A view of Jesus as Yeshua in verse, titled "Expanding Jesus to Yeshua," by Ronald Ginther, founder and editor of the Emmaus Walk Messianic School of the Bible:
This saddest picture of a broken-hearted Christ that ever could be. It is based on the fact that Jerusalem in the 1st century rejected the Lord as the Messiah and crucified him. The world has since rejected Jesus as Savior and Lord as well, so there can be no pointing fingers at the Jews! The world has followed this up right to the present hour with intense persecution and massacres of Christians, and certain Christian state church bodies have been swinging their swords against Christian churches too.
This portrayal of a real incident, the grieving of Christ over a rejecting Jerusalem and its people, is exactly how Christ grieves today over this rejecting world and its people. Nothing has changed! Nothing! Christianity is listed as the largest religion on earth, with over two billion adherents. Really? if that were so, then the world would be utterly transformed! But do they believe in a church for salvation or Christ alone and his blood sacrifice for their sins? The mere figure given in the media is questionable, as Christ said few would accept him as Savior, and he asked, rhetorically, would he find faith on his return?
We will give you the Preface by Dr. Hull, then the Table of Contents. Haven't yet determined if the book is Public Domain, as there is a book offered on Amazon for sale. My copy is probably a first edition my dad bought in 1930s as he worked briefly in a book shop in Sioux Falls and had access to books there. My copy will never be for sale as it is a treasure to me, with his name stamped on the inside. I have seen for years how valuable a work it is, and it has yet to be really appreciated, so for that reason I am keen to bring it out here if possible. I will try to contact the family, which is given in a genealogy and history on-line, for permission to republish at least some chapters. I have the book so I can at least republish the Preface and Table of Contents now. That will at least alert you all to go and see if you can get the book from Amazon. I am not sure they can supply sufficient copies, but if enough people seek to purchase it, perhaps the family, if it is still active in this way, can get it republished in paperback and hard cover copies. An e-book would be good too.--Ed.
He reads me when we meet;
Today he reads me in my home.
Tomorrow in the street.
He may be relative or friend,
He may be strange to me;
He may not even know my name,
Yet, he is reading ME.
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You are lonely or fearful, Read Psalm 23
You are in sorrow, Read John 14:1-6
You are grateful, Read Psalm 103
Others fail you [and others WILL fail you, friend!], Read Psalm 27
God seems far away, Read Psalm 139
You need courage, Read Joshua 1
You are discouraged, Read Isaiah 40
You are in danger, Read Psalm 91
You have sinned, Read Psalm 51
You have failed, Read Psalm 38
God has rescued you, Read Psalm 34
You want to praise God, Read Psalm 100
You want to be like Jesus, Read John 15
Responsibility overwhelms, Read Matt. 11:28-30
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Sister Minnie has no doubt gone on to her tremendous reward in heaven, as I knew her back in the early eighties, and though still going strong, she was an elderly lady. I shall look forward to seeing her once again in heaven! I only regret I did not stay on and trust God to supply my needs there, so I could have assisted her in any way I could.
Don't stick your head in the sand any longer, Christian! While helping yourself to a second big bowl of Tom and Jerry's ice cream ambrosia, please reflect that their company, sold or unsold, Unilever's or not, has taken the stance not to sell in the "Occupied Territories" because they object to Israel's presence in those areas that the Bible declares the Lord God of Israel bequeathed forever to his Chosen People the Jews (read, Israelites). This is the devious anti-Christ spirit at work, deceiving two Jewish ice cream magnates, brothers Tom and Jerry, and out to slam Israel and defame Israel for "occupying" what God gave Israel in his everlasting covenant with his people.
I do believe anti-semitism is an evil spirit, and it is not political so much as a spiritual sickness brought on Satan himself, and so it cannot be argued away, it can only be defeated by the Word of God and prayed away, as it is a demonic oppression upon a person.
"Revival with George Fox," Part IV, Voice of Triumph, Fe. 1982
AT A TIME"--BGEA
"I would not give one moment of heaven for all the joy and riches of the world, even if it lasted for thousands and thousands of years."--Martin Luther
"All heaviness of mind and melancholy come of the devil; especially these thoughts, that God is not gracious unto him; that God will have no mercy upon him, etc. Whosoever thou art, possessed with such heavy thoughts, know for certain that they are a work of the devil. God sent His Son into the world, not to affright, but to comfort."--Martin Luther
"The First Commandment You must not have other gods. That is, I must be your only God. Question: What does this saying mean? How should we understand it? What does it mean to have a god? What is God? Answer: To have a god means this: You expect to receive all good things from it and turn to it in every time of trouble. Yes, to have a god means to trust and to believe in Him with your whole heart. I have often said that only the trust and faith of the heart can make God or an idol. If your faith and trust are true, you have the true God, too. On the other hand, where trust is false, is evil, there you will not have the true God either. Faith and God live together. I tell you, whatever you set your heart on and rely on is really your god." -- This text was translated for Project Wittenberg by Rev. Robert E. Smith and is in the public domain. You may freely distribute, copy or print this text. Please direct any comments or suggestions to: Rev. Robert E. Smith Walther Library Concordia Theological Seminary E-mail: email@example.com Surface Mail: 6600 N. Clinton St., Ft. Wayne, IN 46825 USA Phone: (260) 481-2123 Fax: (260) 481-2126
A few Biblical reminders for some spiritual maladies, which are true for the entire year, not just for April, May, and June:
April 7--For Fretfulness, Heb. 12:3. "Consider Him that endured such contradiction of sinners against Himself". [this is an excellent verse for the current U.S. Presidency of Joe Biden and all its woes of ungodliness--Ed.]
April 21, For Broken-heartedness, Psalm 55: 22, "Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain thee."
April 28, For Weariness, Psalm 37: 7. "Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for Him".
May 5, For Weakness, Eph. 6:10. "Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might".
May 12, For Solitariness, Heb. 13: 5/6. "I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee".
May 19, For Fearfulness, Isa. 41: 10. "Fear thou not, for I am with thee".
May 26, For Faithlessness, Luke 12:30. "Your Father knoweth that ye have need of these things".
June 2, For Forgetfulness, Psalm 103: 2. "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits".
June 9, For Worldliness, 1. John 2: 15/17. "Love not the world...the world passeth away, but he that doeth the will of God abide for ever".
June 16, For Drowsiness, Mark 13: 35. "Watch...for ye know not when the Master of the house cometh".
June 23, For Hopelessness, Psalm 42: 5 & 11. "Why art thou cast down, O my soul?...Hope thou in God".