Resources relating to Israel, God's plan to save them, Jerusalem, and the Jewish people.

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Posted on November 22, 2016

God has designed us to love stories, and there's one story that He's going to use to thrill our hearts forever. This story, often called the gospel is what the Bible tells us about. However, the story of the gospel does not begin halfway through that book.

The story originated in a garden sanctuary in a land called Eden in ancient days. It continued to be told through a people called Israel, set apart by God to image Him to the rest of the nations. Then, over two thousand years ago, a Jewish child named Yeshua was born in adverse conditions and in the midst...

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 22, 2015

On a seemingly ordinary day in Israel, the angel Gabriel visits Mary and speaks to her about the birth of her son, Jesus. Though the scene is very familiar to many, the connection with the Old Testament is often missed. In this teaching, Josh walks through Gabriel's words to Mary and connects it with God's promise to David in 2 Samuel 7.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 20, 2015

Why does it seem easier to take a restful nap in Times Square during rush hour than it does to pray for more than five minutes? Perhaps it is because the meaning and purpose of prayer is so often divorced from the Biblical story. In this teaching, Josh walks through the Lord's Prayer and Paul's prayer in Ephesians 1, connecting them with the story of redemptive history.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2015

On a seemingly ordinary day in Israel, the angel Gabriel visits Mary and speaks to her about the birth of her son, Jesus. Though the scene is very familiar to many, the connection with the Old Testament is often missed. In this teaching, Josh walks through Gabriel's words to Mary and connects it with God's promise to David in 2 Samuel 7.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 15, 2015

What is "the faith"? What is it that Christians actually believe and what unifies us together? In this talk from the Daniel Training Network annual conference in October 2015, Josh outlines the Gospel as the Apostles of Jesus passed it down to us.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on October 22, 2015

What is "the faith"? What is it that Christians actually believe and what unifies us together? In this talk from the Daniel Training Network annual conference in October 2015, Josh outlines the Gospel as the Apostles of Jesus passed it down to us.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

The sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross finds its roots in the Old Testament's sin-bearing sacrificial system. Jesus became redemption, propitiation, and recompense for those who put their faith in Him. The New Covenant also finds its roots in the "old" covenant made with Israel at Sinai. Though the people of Israel have rejected Jesus, a day is coming when "all Israel will be saved".

This is Session 7, part 3 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love -...

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

The sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross finds its roots in the Old Testament's sin-bearing sacrificial system. Jesus became redemption, propitiation, and recompense for those who put their faith in Him. The New Covenant also finds its roots in the "old" covenant made with Israel at Sinai. Though the people of Israel have rejected Jesus, a day is coming when "all Israel will be saved".

This is Session 7, part 2 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love -...

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

The sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross finds its roots in the Old Testament's sin-bearing sacrificial system. Jesus became redemption, propitiation, and recompense for those who put their faith in Him. The New Covenant also finds its roots in the "old" covenant made with Israel at Sinai. Though the people of Israel have rejected Jesus, a day is coming when "all Israel will be saved".

This is Session 7, part 1 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love -...

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

The sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross finds its roots in the Old Testament's sin-bearing sacrificial system. Jesus became redemption, propitiation, and recompense for those who put their faith in Him. The New Covenant also finds its roots in the "old" covenant made with Israel at Sinai. Though the people of Israel have rejected Jesus, a day is coming when "all Israel will be saved".

This is Session 7 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love - Rediscovering the...

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