The Jews and Jesus

I sometimes see inquiries by Christians who cannot understand why Jews reject Jesus as Messiah, since to them, Jesus fulfilled “all” prophesies. What Christians need to understand is that Jesus did NOT fulfill all messianic prophesies while he was here. So in order to properly witness their faith, Christians need to be able to explain […]

Discover Messiah this Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Mozel Tov! Celebrate your Freedom in Messiah! Moses Nahmanides, a medieval rabbi made this observation about the Holy High Holidays: “Rosh Hashanah is considered to be the day of judgment with mercy and Yom Kippur is a day of mercy with judgment.”  This adequately sums up the spiritual significance of the two Biblical feats. The […]

Are we MISSING our MESSIAH?

Contrary to the popular myth that most Jews abhor Jesus, I would like to bring to your attention various documented commentaries from bold, notable and respected Jewish leaders about their thoughts of Jesus Christ, the Nazzerine. Many of these men, after expressing their personal opinions were persecuted for voicing their brave thoughts. Perhaps that is […]

The Old Testament Messianic prophecies and their New Testament fulfillments

Jesus IS the Messiah. “I pray for the ones who are searching for THE TRUTH.  I pray that you search for the one true God with all your heart, soul and mind.  He is looking to be found.  There are many distractions along the path…the most common pitfall is our own “self”.  Get out of […]

The hidden secret of Tish Be-Av

Tish Be-Av is a day the Jewish community commemorates the tragic loss of the temple. This commemoration is right before the Rosh Hashanah celebration. Most rabbis designate the Saturdays between the two dates as the Sabbaths of Consolation. During this time of grief and reflection of loss; it is traditionally suggested by most rabbis to […]

Who is the Messiah? Old Testament Prophecies And Their New Testament Fulfillments:

Jesus IS the Messiah. Old Testament Prophecies And Their New Testament Fulfillments: “I pray for the ones who are searching for THE TRUTH.  I pray that you search for the one true God with all your heart, soul and mind.  He is looking to be found.  There are many distractions along the path…the most common pitfall is […]

What is Yom Kippur?

Yom Kippur means “the day of Atonement”.  It is essentially the most important holy day of the Jewish year.  It occurs on the tenth day of Tishri (ten days after Rosh Hashanna). Traditionally, most Jewish observers set aside work on this special day, attend a synagogue service and respectfully refrain from food by fasting. This […]