Paul Wilbur Live Recordings – A Review

I love to put on a live worship album and just let it play through. Paul Wilbur’s early concert recordings are among my favorites. These were some of the first Messianic CD’s I ever listened to, and I still enjoy them very much today. Shalom Jerusalem (1995) was recorded live in Jerusalem around the time of … Read more

What About Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving turkey with trimmings

  It is thrilling to discover the Biblical Holy Days and begin celebrating them. At the same time, many who study the Feasts of the Lord also come to the realization that some of the other days they have observed in the past may not really be pleasing to God. A growing number of Christians, … Read more

The Greater Exodus by Monte Judah – A Review

The Greater Exodus Monte W. Judah Talmidim Publishing, 2013 Paperback, 202 Pages I’ve listened to Monte Judah for several years, and heard him over and over again make reference to the “Greater Exodus.”  Hearing him speak, it becomes obvious that this future event following the start of the Great Tribulation is something he expects in … Read more

The Sons of Korah

Buried in one of the census listings in the book of Numbers, in with all the names so difficult to pronounce that we usually just skim over them, is one short but remarkable sentence: But the sons of Korah did not die (Numbers 26:11). What is it that makes this so significant? We have to turn … Read more

What is the Hebrew Roots Movement?

When looking at the “Hebrew Roots Movement” you will find a wide range of perspectives. As with any religious movement, it has its devotees and it has its detractors. The Hebrew Roots Movement, though, seems to have evoked a greater level of passion among both supporters and critics than we have seen in some time … Read more


Playing outside before dinner
Still wearing her Sunday best
She gathers up foliage
Held tightly to her chest

Is Hanukkah Biblical?


The next “feast” is Hanukkah, the Feast of Dedication. But is Hanukkah Biblical? Should a Messianic believer, especially someone who isn’t Jewish, celebrate it?

Review of the ESV with Apocrypha

I recommend the English Standard Version Bible with Apocrypha as a great resource for Messianic readers who want the additional historical books found in the Apocrypha.