We interrupt the amazing, struck-a-nerve Blood Moons season discussion we are having here and all over the Internet (see some links here, here, and here) for an important, elephant-in-the-room message.

Someone just emailed me with the simple question:

Do you teach anything from the New Testament? I don’t see anything about Jesus on your web site.

Here is my answer:

Thank you for writing.
Our website is pushing the envelope for two faith communities.
For Jews, (I am one myself) we are “coming out” and explicitly teaching Torah to Christians who are interested in learning from us. We are talking about from a Jewish perspective, contemporary Orthodox Jewish, so understandably Jesus is not highlighted for the most part.
For Christians, that willingness and interest to study from non-Christian Jews is also, understandably, a courageous step.
If this is not for you, no problem, we understand that it is not for everybody.
If it is, welcome!

What do you think? Please join in in the comments below!

-Gidon

58 thoughts on “Where is Jesus on Root Source?”

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    I do not like to refer to Yeshua as the Elephant in the room but I cannot think of another analogy.
    I got a nasty shock from a Jewish man when i mentioned that from my reading of the Tenach that G-d was not pleased with His people, by and large.
    He blew!
    He accused me of a stealth approach to trying to convert him!
    Ouch!

    What do you think?
    Jeff.

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      Jeff, thanks for writing.
      I agree, it doesn’t sound very good, but that’s the phrase..

      I think the Jewish gentleman that got upset by your quoting or paraphrasing the lessons of the Bible to him was perhaps not used to hearing this kind of thing.
      Jewish wisdom teaches “Just as it is a commandment to say that which will be heard, it is a commandment to refrain from saying that which will not be heard.

      The accusation of “stealth proselytizing” is the ultimate bogeyman for apprehensive Jews. There are Christian organizations in Israel that have been active for over 30 years, without a single case of attempting to convert a Jew (not to mention a success), but are still thought of as “the converters.”

      As a Christian Zionist ;-), I think you are familiar with this phenomenon, am I wrong?

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      I usually refer to Jesus as Messiah..this way since all of us believe the Messiah is coming soon..we can all agree…!

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    Well said! We all have to try to follow the path where we believe He leads us. If one believes he or she is in possession of the only Truth, that person will surely miss those things that don’t conform to his way of thinking. Obviously, we wouldn’t hold the opinions that we do, if we didn’t believe them. But, our minds must be open to the opinions of others, at least to the point that we can evaluate them and either choose to integrate them into our beliefs or discard them, as we are lead by Him. Without that discourse, we become nothing but unthinking and dogmatic parrots of an opinion that may, or may not, be correct. In time, we will all know the ultimate truth and whether we were right or wrong. When that time comes, our opinions may well seal our future. It would be better if we could at least defend our thinking and know that we came to our beliefs through rational thought, contemplation and prayer.

    Blessings,
    Cliff

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    Jill Robertson

    Shalom Gidon,
    Toda raba. You have thousands of years of history as your foundation. Bless you, as a Jew, for reaching out to Christians, to bring a deeper insight, and help understanding of their Jewish roots of faith, to respect and love their Jewish friends. Without the patriachs and prophets of the Old Covenant [Old Testament] there would be nothing for Christians to hang their faith in God onto. Thankyou and God bless you.
    Jill from New Zealand.

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      Jill, if we had a contest to describe Christian gratitude towards Jews in 75 words or less, you would have won it with this comment:-)
      Please continue to be in touch!

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    Richard Almasy

    Greetings,
    It is amazing to me that God is one from the beginning to the end, the bible is one continuous book from the OT into the NT with the same God. Now I see him more clearly tied to science and history, the one God threaded into the entire bible, surely there is no room for doubt of his love for us.I will be using these videos in our group study, in which we have discussed the blood moons. Thanks for all your time and your gift of love to us who are seeking to become more intimate with our creator. Thanks again, Richard

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    Thanx, Gidon
    I guess that it is a bit of a shock to have it intimated to you that Ha Shem is not happy with you, when all along you have been thinking that He is!

    I have read the Sedraot (= Parashot) for many years and I am convinced that the Almighty is speaking to you week by week – especially via the Haftarah

    I hear Him saying to you in the galut (Diaspora), via Yirmeyahu 16.16, that He wants you all back in Israel.
    Paraphrasing this verse says that He has been trying to “fish” you back from the nations where he had scattered you.
    As He is not getting the response that He requires, He is now sending for “hunters”, to chase you back!
    Scary!

    But, as He says in Yesha’yahu 43.4 (near this week’s Haftarah, Vayikra)
    “Because I regard you (Jewish people) as valued and honoured
    and because I LOVE YOU”
    So, even in disclined He loves you.
    In fact, it is because He loves you that He discines you – any good father does
    Jeff.

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      Jeff, if you are speaking to me personally, then you are bursting into an open door:-)
      I merited to be exposed to the idea of practical ingathering of the exiles at an early age, and moved to Israel when I was 14.
      The verses you mention are but two of the hundreds in the Bible beckoning Jews to return.
      I am familiar with the metaphors of “fishers and hunters” and see that it is a popular one in Christian contemporary commentary.
      I am not digging too deeply just now (I am on deadline for tomorrow’s Blood Moon eclipse event) but I think that specific verse might be a reprimanding one, referring to the contemporary exile of Jeremiah’s age.

      Thanks again!

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    Baruch Hashem! I think this is wonderful what you are doing, I am a gentile who seeks to practice Judaism in the way I believe Yeshua practiced Judaism. That being said, I support you all the way, thank you for your support towards Christians, in spreading the Torah to gentiles and the wisdom of the Jewish people… it is much needed. More and more gentiles are seeing the Torah as the righteous standard by which to live and the pure wisdom of Hashem and are seeking to observe it and do it, serving the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, out of love and joy for Him and supporting and showing love to the Jewish people and their covenant relationship with Hashem.

    Bless you and bless you again, my brother!

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    Margaret Makewell

    In Christianity we have a saying:
    The New is in the Old concealed:
    The Old is in the New revealed.
    Speaking about the old and new Covenants – or testaments as they are better known.
    The Ruach HaKodesh is perfectly capable of revealing whatever He desires to Christians and Jews alike.
    It’s easy for either one of us to think we know it all, but none of us do and we can learn so much from one another without trying to convert one another.
    I have learned not to push my beliefs onto Jews but to answer their questions if they ask..
    Our New Covenant teaches us that ALL Israel will be saved ; so that takes away the concerns that we have about their eternal destination. Prayer is so much more powerful than badgering someone who already loves God. My personal opinion is that it can do more harm than good.
    Being able to have dialogue with one another is so valuable.
    I don’t keep the Sabbath, I don’t keep kosher and I don’t even celebrate the Jewish feasts, even though I believe that Christians probably should because of the types and shadows that we see in the Fall feasts: but that doesn’t mean I am not interested in them and can’t learn anything from them. I actually find them fascinating. What’s more I don’t find Jews trying to convert me.
    That is why I find organisations such as Root-Source and CUFI and Bridges for Peace so valuable.
    The more we understand our roots, the more we realise how wonderful and marvellous our Creator is.
    None of that means that I love Messiah any less, in fact the more I learn the more I love him and the more I am assured of his love for me.
    Thank you Bob and Gidon for Root-Source.

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      Margaret, I am glad you found your way here:-) It looks like this is the place for you!
      Please tell your friends about Root Source, and keep those comments and questions coming!

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    Gidon:
    I admire your courage and outreach. In medieval times, many Christian scholars learned Rashi and studied it extensively. They also learned and studied many other Jewish texts, kabbalah, commentaries, Talmud, many in the original Hebrew or Aramaic. That scholarship had been lost lately but has now been reborn , thanks to your outreach. Kol hakovod.
    The recent Popes have also seen to re-establish their roots and connections to their Jewish “older brothers”. If only that respect and appreciation had been there in olden times, how many Jews would have escaped the Crusaders” swords! How much more scholarship would have been created. How much stronger our alliance with our Christian brethren would be today!
    Chazak V’amatz.
    respectfully,
    Moshe

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    I am not offended that Jesus is not being taught here. The website says it is to help Christians understand our Jewish roots for goodness sake! I was raised in a religion that did not teach much about the Jewish connection and am so excited about this site. What a marvel that two gentlemen got together to share this information with me.Thank you.
    Your site came recommended by a woman whose ministry has been involved with Israel for many years and with whom I am a partner. I trust her judgement and while listening to the Blood Moon videos am learning things that I’ve never heard before that are making me realize the importance of the United States of America. We are a nation blessed by the Lord and have much responsibility to do what He asks of us. I do pray for the peace of Jerusalem and of Israel along with my country’s. May we all continue our journey with the LORD and walk in love one toward another,

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    Thank you so much for your website. I just learned of it as I read about the blood moons a few days ago. I think it is wonderful to be able to learn from you about the Jewish teachings. I have been reading the weekly Torah portions for a few years and trying to learn what I can when I can. My family and I have been having Passover in my home for several years. It is Messianic I hope you don’t mind. I feel very blessed to learn about my Father through Jewish eyes. I just finished listening to part 4 on blood moons and liked what was said. Thank you again for sharing your teachings. Nancy

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    A Christian does not exist without the Jew. I am fortunate to have learned early that there is no possible understanding of my Bible without a foundation in Judaism. My church has relationship with several synagogues and I have many Jewish friends. I try to convert no one. That is the work of the Ruach Elohim. I am commanded in the word to bless Israel and I do all I can to that end. My study as a Christian have become so much clearer as I understand the time it was written in, where it was written, the ones who wrote it,and its application brought forward to this day. May Jerusalem know peace this day.

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    Thank you for this wonderful website and your teachings. This is so valuable and necessary especially in our world today. I am a 67 year old woman who learned I am Jewish by birth when I was 60 years old. My husband learned he’s Jewish by birth when he was in his 50’s. Our only child, a son, has been learning Hebrew and studying Torah diligently for about 6 year’s now. He wants to move to Israel. It is a real miracle for us to find out that we are all Jewish. I was raised Lutheran. My husband was raised Baptist, but had a Jewish Uncle by marriage, that made sure he had Torah teachings and was bar mitzvah as a youngster. His Aunt found out they were Jewish from her Mother when she was 18, but kept it from my husband’s mother. His Mother found out from her Mother when she was dying. I became a born-again Christian in 1974 and thru various churches that embraced and taught God’s truth about Israel and his love for the Jewish people first then all of mankind I quickly have always wanted to grow and learn what the deeper meaning of His written words really mean. It is thru the learning of the Hebrew language that I learn of God’s richness and love, peace and joy that the spoken and written word of God brings to all of us. May God bless you 1,000-fold for this teaching site that is bringing the Old Testament to life with it’s root source. God answered my prayer when I told Him (Father, I wish I was Jewish) then HE gave me the hidden gift in my family tree, when my Mother told me that we were Jewish. It had been disclosed to her when she was in her 50’s when my dad was stationed in Germany from her relatives. Hallelujah!!! Since people seem to want to know more about their ancestry maybe they too will find out they have Jewish ancestry and God will direct them to your website where they can learn about their root source – because they didn’t get to grow up with the beautiful richness and fullness of the times and seasons, festivities and living being Jewish. That’s why you’re doing this marvelous work uniting Jews and Christians to their roots in our one true Living GOD. God bless you forever, I’m praying for you and this site. Joan

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      Well, Joan, what a story!

      I have found that many Christians yearn to discover they are Jewish or have some connection in their family tree providing a hint that they are, however tenuous.

      Thank you for your encouragement and blessings about the mission of Root Source – as we Jews say. from your mouth to God’s ears:-)

      I would say, though, that our site is not only for Christians who have Jewish ancestry or who yearn for it, we believe that Jewish wisdom is enriching for all Christians, and are humbled to be a resource for them.

      Thank you for your prayers!

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    I am so pleased to find your website! Since I was a girl in school, my relationship with the Lord has been the most important thing in my life, even though no one else in my family was very religious. Over the past year, the Lord has been opening my eyes about so many things. I have realized that there is so much error in so many Christian churches, based on not really understanding the world and culture that Jesus was born into, and how first century Jews would have understood the things He said. I’ve grown to feel the need to understand things from that perspective, to return to the foundation of truth that is Judaism. AND THEN… several years of geneological research culminated in the discovery last year of my own Hebrew roots. I’ve actually recently considered and explored the possibility that the Lord was leading me to convert to Judaism. But I understand that requires denying my previous faith, and I can’t deny Jesus. I wonder if I am one of those that He is calling home, as scripture says will happen. If I had the financial resources, I would be in Israel today, and devote my full time efforts to scripture study. I am discovering also how many other people are now feeling the need to learn from the Jewish Rabbis, as well as people discovering their own Hebrew roots. It’s not just me, and it can’t be coincidence.

    Finding your website is an answer to prayer, and so I know who has called you to do it.

    Thank you for this.

    Peggy

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      Peggy, your story is so special!

      This phenomenon, of Christians recognizing “so much error” in their churches, is a theme that I see people talking about over and over. It is impressive that people are able to throw out the bathwater without throwing out the baby, so to speak.

      Judaism does not encourage conversion to Judaism, and you are to be commended to recognize that boundary between Christian faith and Judaism, namely, belief in Jesus. There are stories of people who keep their faith in Jesus, but try and sometimes succeed in converting, clearly misleading the rabbis involved with their conversion.

      What scripture are you referring to that “He is calling home [those people]?” Because clearly you are one of those non-Jews fulfilling the prophecy of Zechariah 8:23: This is what the LORD Almighty says: “In those days ten people from all languages and nations will take firm hold of one Jew by the hem of his robe and say, ‘Let us go with you, because we have heard that God is with you.'”

      You do not need to come to Israel full to study full time! It is not all or nothing. You can study here in root Source! https://root-source.com/amember/signup

      And regarding coincidence, see this: https://root-source.com/blog/coincidence-i-think-not/ 🙂

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        If you put a space after the link and before the smiley face on the last link (coincidence), it should go to the page intended, otherwise I get an ‘oops’. Beautiful teaching, thank you.

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    is there any connection with the fact of Israel being in bondage for 430 yrs
    and from Columbus ( 1492 ) to 1922 when the British mandate began on
    Sept 11 430 yrs later?

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      That is an interesting idea. I’ve looked at some things like this a lot, but less than 5 times did anything like a real gold nugget turn up. Who know, maybe you found something. See if you can find other instances of that number coming up in history and look for a pattern.

      Next I’ll just throw some random facts out, to possibly seed other ideas for you.

      We have Ezekiel’s 390 years for Ephraim, the 430 from Abraham’s call to the Torah, and we have 490 years from entering the land to the temple (except the trick on that the years in Judges when they were not in ‘control’ of the land, those years don’t count in the 490, because otherwise you end up with way more than 490). We also have 70 years for Judah in exile, and 40 years for Judah in Ezekiel. All of those numbers can be checked to see if they repeat in history.

      Oh, and in lesson 5 I mention the number 65.

      Oh, one more thing, I used to read God’s word to Abraham about 400 years of slavery as being 400 years in Egypt. The math doesn’t work though — it can only be 210 – 215 years in Egypt. Jews say 210, but I’m also thinking 215 can work.

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    Peace to you Gidon,

    My journey of learning from the Bible can be described as first, personal encounter with my saving faith with the Messiah. I use that word- Messiah to emphasize the journey of understanding for I have only the most basic of understanding vis a vis my religious background.
    Second, general overview of the story of the bible along with imbibing the desire to please G-d by learning to obey Him in all areas of my life.
    Third, deepening understanding of the bible as He puts in my mind questions whose answers can only be understood by going back to its foundation. Now I realize why I have been always in love with Israel and its people for by His unfailing love to you, I can see what kind of love He has for me. I thank you for bridging that gap.
    Perhaps one more help for more understanding between us is a focus on the Love of our Creator as displayed through the nation of Israel. One of His promises to you is that in time the whole nations shall be filled with the knowledge of Him.

    Thank you again and bless you and your work even more.

    Jules

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    Margaret Makewell

    That’s fascinating stuff you are talking about here Bob.
    I don’t believe anything is in the Bible just by chance; especially in Hebrew.
    I’m not really adept at that sort of thing myself but have read and heard of others doing studies on both words and numbers in the Old Testament.
    God is so amazing that none of that is surprising really and no doubt we will all be amazed when He finally unpacks it all.
    The answers to all our questions were probably there all the time.

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    I have been studying on strictly Orthodox Jewish sites for some time now and the misunderstanding of Christian teaching and the occasional anti-Christian sentiment and statements, although understandable, can be irritating and wearying. As much as I love and respect, at the very least, Orthodox Jews, it pains me that there is so much anger and bitterness between our various communities. May HaShem bless you and all who work for proper understanding and respect between us. May HaShem bless these and all similar labors of love and obedience to help the light of His Torah shine to the whole world and so bless the world with the Abrahamic blessing and bear much fruit!

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      Thank you Antonio, for holding on is spite of wearying and irritating statements, and for your support and encouragement of our work!
      May God bless you, too.
      Shalom!
      Gidon

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        You are most welcome Gidon and Shalom to you as well, especially as we are approaching the High Feast of Passover.

        One of the most precious things that my father has given and instilled in me is a deep and heartfelt love of Israel and the Chosen People of HaShem. My heart breaks for the evil and violence that is brought to bear on the people who live in the Holy Land. There is no just reason to hurt and kill the innocents that bear the image and likeness of the Creator and this includes the innocent among the Palestinians that are also made to suffer and used as helpless pawn by those who claim to be their people and that claim to support and help them.

        I know that true Shalom cannot come to Israel and the world until the Messiah come and set up again the long awaited Kingdom of perfect and eternal Light and Shalom. I pray that day will come soon so all the sons of Light and Love can worship and live together in abundant Shalom and the sons of darkness are cast out to gnash their teeth and rue the day that they sold themselves to evil.

        May HaShem always bless all of His People and especially Israel. May HaShem be blessed and may His Kingdom come!

        Have a blessed Passover and may the remainder of our time in the wilderness be short and sweet.

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          As I reread this, I see and want to clarify that I meant to highlight Israel as the pinnacle and summit of HaShem’s People as they are the Apple of His Eye. I do not mean to imply that Israel is to be blessed in addition to HaShem’s People. If anything it is the followers of Yeshua who have been graciously grafted into the holy olive tree of Israel, and are a wild branch that only has life and holiness thanks to the tree that HaShem planted for the works of blessing and saving the world.

          Shalom

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    I love the land of Israel and her people. I have deep desire to visit Israel some day. I have studied some Hebrew and really glean from all I have read of Roots. I am forever grateful that I do serve a risen Lord and cling to the verse “Now I see through a glass darkly, but then face to face we shall know as we are known.”

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    Margaret Makewell

    Hi Gidon
    If you are talking about Seth’s course, I signed up for it a couple of month’s ago and I am enjoying his style of teaching.
    I actually learned modern Hebrew with eteacher at Hebrew Online for several years – each course lasts about 9 months and I think I did it for about 5 years all up. Unfortunately I had to give it away for health reasons about 5 years ago, which was unfortunate because it was all just coming together for me: so for about 4 years I was not able to study it at all and of course have forgotten heaps.
    As my original interest was in Biblical Hebrew anyway, when I saw Seth’s course it was just what I wanted to help refresh my memory.
    Biblical Hebrew is different anyway, but not so different that its not doing exactly what I wanted from it and is probably the reason that I found out about Root Source.
    I listen to a Christian Preacher from Singapore quite often too – his research into Hebrew and Greek words is impressive and the way that he links prophecies in the Tanakh with B’rit Hadasha is amazing. He has a rabbi friend in Israel that he studies with. I mention that because I was able to listen to him whilst I wasn’t able to study so that to me was the Lord’s provision and I enjoyed it immensely.
    So also your recommendation was also from the Lord because if I hadn’t already known about it, I certainly would have been interested.
    Thanks for all the work you have put into Root Source – its a wonderful idea.

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    Dear Gideon, It is so reassuring to me that many Jewish people seem to be no longer fearful and suspicious of Christian people. It is such a big change since the Crusaders and the Holocaust. True, these atrocities were done by people who espoused to be Christian, but did not live a Christian life. We see many people who call themselves Christian; yet they exhibit antisemitism. I believe these people are deceiving themselves. They refuse to be obedient when G_d said to the Hebrews, “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you.” Like a defiant, spoiled child, they want G_d’s blessings, but refuse to be obedient to earn them.
    I believe that the New Testament is commentary on the First Testament, showing how the prophesies were fulfilled. I believe G_d when he said that He blinded the Hebrew people for a time for the sake of the nations. My Bible says that Jesus will not come again until the Jewish people, as one people, shout, “Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord.” (Psa 118:26, Matt 37-39) If the Jewish people had understood and received Jesus in the first century, we who call ourselves Christian would not have had time to accept Him as the Lamb of G_d who died for our sins. As it is, millions of us have been grafted into the Hebrews, God’s chosen people. I believe that the Bible speaks of two appearances of the Messiah: one as the son of Joseph, coming lowly riding on a donkey, and one as the son of David, coming as a conqueror riding on a stallion.
    I like the joking comments of some Jewish people who are beginning to understand that we are really talking about the same Messiah. When they see Him, they will ask, “Have you been here before?” and “Is this your first visit or your second visit?” May G_d richly bless all His people.

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    Dear Gideon, It is so reassuring to me that many Jewish people seem to be no longer fearful and suspicious of Christian people. It is such a big change since the Crusaders and the Holocaust. True, these atrocities were done by people who espoused to be Christian, but did not live a Christian life. We see many people who call themselves Christian; yet they exhibit antisemitism. I believe these people are deceiving themselves. They refuse to be obedient when G_d said to the Hebrews, “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you.” Like a defiant, spoiled child, they want G_d’s blessings, but refuse to be obedient to earn them.
    I believe that the New Testament is commentary on the First Testament, showing how the prophesies were fulfilled. I believe G_d when he said that He blinded the Hebrew people for a time for the sake of the nations. My Bible says that Jesus will not come again until the Jewish people, as one people, shout, “Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord.” (Psa 118:26, Matt 23:37-39) If the Jewish people had understood and received Jesus in the first century, we who call ourselves Christian would not have had time to accept Him as the Lamb of G_d who died for our sins. As it is, millions of us have been grafted into the Hebrews, God’s chosen people. I believe that the Bible speaks of two appearances of the Messiah: one as the son of Joseph, coming lowly riding on a donkey, and one as the son of David, coming as a conqueror riding on a stallion.
    I like the joking comments of some Jewish people who are beginning to understand that we are really talking about the same Messiah. When they see Him, they will ask, “Have you been here before?” and “Is this your first visit or your second visit?” May G_d richly bless all His people.

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    Thank you Eunice, I see that you are really “into” this!:-)
    However, I would not use the word “many” to describe the amount of Jews who are opening up to relationships with Christians. We are still in a significant minority.

    But thanks to sensitive people like you, we are getting there!

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    As a long time student of major world religions I am delighted to have a chance to learn about this subject in this fashion.

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    ADONAI in me my hope of glory! As religion throughout ages confessed that love is the basis for formation of mankind, it is important that we appreciate ourselves through love and ensure to accept one another irrespective of one religious background. Almighty continually be with you for the good works (repairing the world), the character of spiritual transformation you are exhibiting means that Almighty is helping you to tailoring the broken edges. Shalom aleikhem

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    Shalom Gideon,
    I am very excited to discover your site.
    I love the Jewish people, have recently discovered my own Jewish identity and I love the God of Israel, I grew up as a Sabbath keeping Seventh Day Adventist since my childhood but am going deeper now on a God led journey and quest for answers.
    Thank you for reaching out and sharing your insights that Christians are hungry for. Please continue, don’t give up, there is a newly identified hunger in ‘Christendom’ for Jewish or Hebrew roots understandings and insights. I believe it is a movement of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, how else can one explain how isolated Christians are hearing the same message from Him.
    And now there is a bridge being built across the great divide.
    Back in 2008 I was introduced to Judaism through a Jewish woman who asked me to teach her and the rabbi’s that were guiding her about Yeshua…
    This Jewish woman and I went on the most amazing journey together as we both learned, I felt like I was learning more than she was from me, and I think that this journey you are taking people can’t help but be mutually fulfilling for you too! We had so much joy in that journey a journey of completion and fulfilment for all of us.
    Thank you for reaching out and shalom,
    Jannene

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    May G_d bless you and give you the wisdom to reach the gentiles, we need teaching from G_d’s chosen more than we realise. I just wish that more Jews felt the need to do so and more Christians the need to learn more from you. You have a blessing on your life and I pray for guidance and the insight that you may need through this journey that you have started. SheElohim yevarach otha

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    I am enjoying the blood moon lessons so far and will be checking out your website in a bit. I am a Christian. I have always been interested in the “backstory” (Jewish festivals, customs, etc) that truly expound on the Biblical stories stories that I love. Always felt that if I knew about this or that the. I would have a fuller picture. My great grandfather’s parents were Jewish –(Levishon’s) I found that out as a teen and cherished that link to my heritage. Now in my mid-forty’s I recently came across a pic of an old man named Jacob Levishon’s in an old family Bible.. I have a desire to honor that side of my family. And felt it a shame that I was not taught the Jewish ways! But I believe that God is allowing me the opportunity to learn them now. Thanks

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