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If Yeshua, Then…

written by Asher Intrater
January 28, 2012

Logical philosophy is based upon “If-Then” propositions. Natural science is based on “Cause and Effect” experiments. Spiritual principles work on a similar pattern. If our faith is concentrated on the person of Yeshua, then certain effects will take place.

If we look to Him, we can walk on water (Matthew 14:28-31).
If we glorify Him, the Holy Spirit will be poured out (John 7:39).
If we lift Him up, all men will be drawn (John 12:32).
If we proclaim His name, miraculous signs will occur (Acts 4:29-30).
If we are united with Him in His death, we will live with Him (Romans 6:5).
If we suffer with Him, we will be glorified with Him (Romans 8:17-18).
If we submit to Him, we will receive authority with Him (Philippians 2:5-11).

Asher serves as president of Tikkun Global family of ministries and congregations, dedicated to the dual restoration of Israel and the Church. He is founder of the Revive Israel five-fold ministry team, and oversees both Ahavat Yeshua and Tiferet Yeshua congregations in Israel.

He and his wife Betty share a passion for personal prayer and devotion, local evangelism and discipleship in Hebrew, and unity of the Body of believers worldwide.

Asher was raised in a conservative Jewish home and holds degrees from Harvard University, Baltimore Hebrew College and Messiah Biblical Institute. He has authored numerous books, tracts and articles.


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