At Messiah’s Return

At Messiah’s Return by Christine Egbert   All like sheep have gone astray, All have turned to their own way. None are righteous, no not one. So Yahweh sent his only Son. To the Jew first, as Scripture foretold, through the Prophet Isaiah in the days of old. But Yahweh’s

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Forcing Christ Into Christmas

Forcing Christ Into Christmas by Christine Egbert Like many well-intentioned Christians, I once thought Jesus was the reason for the Christmas season, and every December I’d set out on a mission to put Christ back into Christmas. Now, of course, I realize our Jewish Messiah, Yeshua, was never part of

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Contending For The Faith

Contending For The Faith by Christine Egbert Have you ever fumbled a golden opportunity to explain why you’ve returned to the old paths and are contending for the faith that was once delivered to the saints? Do you ever wish you’d expressed yourself better? I have! And that’s why I

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Tushuvah & The Month of Elul

Teshuvah And the Month of Elul by Christine Egbert Ecclesiastes 3:1 assures us there is a time for every purpose under heaven. The Biblical month of Elul (which we are currently in) is a time for spiritual introspection. Elul begins a 40 day period known as Days of Teshuvah, which

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What’s In A Name?

What’s In A Name? by Christine Egbert In hebraic thought one’s name is one’s destiny. With that in mind, let’s trace (biblically) the name of our Messiah, Yeshua, which is a transliteration (a foreign word or name spelled with the closest corresponding English letters) from His original Hebrew name, spelled with

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Lies Our Fathers Inherited

Lies Our Fathers Inherited by Christine Egbert   “Let us then have nothing in common with the detestable Jewish crowd; for we have received from our Savior a different way.” (Eusebius, Life of Constantine, Vol III Ch. XVIII). Only Constantine, who changed God’s Sabbath to Sunday and outlawed God’s Feast

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