Mark Huey of Outreach Israel Ministries delivers the following message, “Spiritual Pride: A Messianic Dilemma,” as we are each starkly reminded of the significant problem of self-righteousness that pervades much of the Messianic community.
Are Christian people who do not keep Torah hopelessly lost? I notice that your ministry freely, and sometimes liberally, quotes Christian Bible scholars. There are a great number of people in the Hebrew Roots movement who think that they have a corner on the “truth,” and that everyone else is in error.
I am a non-Jewish Messianic Believer, and have been told that my calling as a “Messianic Gentile” is to go back to a church, and not become Torah observant. I am told that I must follow “Paul’s rule,” and that seeking to live more like Yeshua and His Apostles would violate both it and my distinct “calling,” and likely nullify God’s special calling on the Jewish people. I should instead simply help Christians in church, not too interested in their Hebrew Roots, be more favorable to Israel and Jewish issues. Can you please help me?
In examining some Messianic Jewish teaching materials, they explained to me that the Commonwealth of Israel is made up of both the Jewish people and the Church, sort of like the British Commonwealth. They have actually said that as a non-Jewish Believer, I am really not a part of Israel, only the Commonwealth. Does this viewpoint have any legitimacy?
Mark Huey of Outreach Israel Ministries delivers the following message, “Forgiveness: Confession and Repentance,” as the steadfast requirement for God’s people to forgive must be considered—as we evaluate our spiritual effectiveness for His Kingdom.
Mark Huey of Outreach Israel Ministries delivers the following message, “Peaceful Proclamations,” as we consider the great responsibility we all have to be ministers of the gospel in a hurting world.