Israel Archive

A powerful message of repentance and restoration by Rico Cortes in Tel Dan, Israel. In these last days, may we all repent for our transgressions and the sins of our forefathers and return to the perfect and unchanging Word of YHWH…

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Who is Israel according to Scripture, and what is Israel’s relationship to “the church”? In this short teaching by 119 Ministries, you will learn the answers to these questions… and what you discover may come as quite a surprise. For a much more in-depth study on this topic, be sure to watch “The Lost Sheep“.

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As non-Jewish believers in Yeshua Messiah, what is our true identity? Are there two groups of covenant people as we’ve been taught in the church — Israel and a completely separate “gentile church”? If this is true and the Torah is only for Jews, what is truly expected of those who are not “Jewish”? Why does Scripture speak of “two houses” of Israel, and what is so significant about them? These are fundamental issues that must be addressed in every believer’s life, and the understanding that an individual comes to in this one area will have an absolutely enormous impact on how they interpret Scripture and ultimately walk out their faith. In this excellent teaching by 119 Ministries, you’ll discover the answers that Scripture provides […]

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Coming into the true understanding of who we are as believers is absolutely critical to one’s faith. If we are confused even the slightest about our true identity, it will dramatically alter how we read and interpret the vast majority of Scripture. Most have been raised with the belief that they are part of the “gentile church”, but the fact of the matter is, the “New Covenant” described in Jeremiah 31 and Hebrews 8 is only between YHWH and Israel. In Ephesians 2, Paul does a wonderful job of explaining that we who were born gentiles (heathens, out of covenant) become grafted in to Israel through the blood of Yeshua Messiah — becoming fellow citizens of Israel and no different whatsoever from the native born. […]

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