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“King of the Jews”

When Yeshua (Jesus) was crucified, Pilate placed a sign above His head, which carried the inscription, “King of the Jews” (John 19:19; Matthew 27:37). This sign was written in three languages (Hebrew, Latin, and Greek) so that all of the world could know....

The King Question

When Yeshua was arrested in the Garden, Simon Peter cut off the ear of the High Priest’s servant. Here is a little Bible quiz: What was the servant’s name?  That’s right – Malchus.  Here is another question: What does his name mean? The Gospels were...

Lion and Lamb (Part 2)

In this part 2, let’s look at how Jerusalem and the future are connected to Yeshua’s identity as Lamb and Lion. If you missed part 1, click HERE! The Messiah had to come and suffer as an innocent sacrifice in order to provide forgiveness and atonement for...

Jerusalem and Eden One

Since John was the last writer of Scriptures, his writings contain a unique view of the whole spectrum of Scriptures from beginning to end. John often spoke in terms of “beginning to end” (John 1:1; I John 1:1; Revelation 1:8, 17).  This “beginning...

Son of Man

Yeshua often referred to Himself as the “Son of Man,” particularly in the gospel of Luke. The word in Hebrew for man is adam–as in the first Adam; and in Aramaic is enash– as in the first Enosh (Gen 4:26). Here are five spiritual implications...