Please click hereÂ for a Polish teaching of "Abraham's Journey" by James Jacob Prasch.
Please click here for a Polish sermon of "House of David/House of Saul" by James Jacob Prasch.
These assertions are franklyÂ silly. Whether they relate to Walid's newfound role as an apologist for Roman Catholicism (therefore wanting to discount Rome as villainous) we do not know, but we are reminded that Walid's claim that the mark of the beast is not 666 but an Arabic inscription is an implausible notion is missed by every Greek and Arabic scholar who has his thesis linguistically.
Please click here for a Japanese translation of "Japanese Buddhism" by Scott Noble.
- What does Paul mean by praying in the Spirit? Eph 6:18 mentions it. Jude mentions it V.20
- Is Praying in the Spirit related to a prayer language 1 Cor 14:14? "For if I pray in a tongue (other language) my spirit prays but my mind is unfruitful".
- If it is related to prayer language, and it is a gift of the Spirit, can all believers pray in the Spirit or in a prayer language?
Recently I was put into the unnerving position of travelling in an aircraft that after a long flight across the Pacific was then put into a further holding pattern over the Sea of Japan. A torrential rainstorm was covering Tokyo and so the pilot shrewdly placed us once more out over the ocean, whilst things developed at the ground level. It being Typhoon season in the Far East was prompting this necessary and wise precaution. In fact as I found out later, a severe tropical storm had pounded the coast a few days before our arrival and a typhoon actually struck Japan"s shores soon after our departure from the mission trip.
by James Jacob PraschÂ
One of the most common questions we get asked about is things concerning women and the role of women in the church. We want to look at this question both from a Christian perspective and from aÂ Jewish perspective. We want to understand it on more than one dimension, so we'll be looking at some 'daughters of Zion'. I have to begin with a few things that most people already know. Let's look first of all at 1 Corinthians.
by Steven Boot
July 9, 2013
The purpose in writing this article is share some teaching about one of the most profound andÂ yet misunderstood prophets of the bible; Jonah. It is my belief that his experiences with God and the message that he gives to the nations, will again be repeated within the end times church and Israel.Â The name Jonah in Hebrew means "Dove", he symbolizes the ministry of the Holy Spirit declaring reconciliation between God and the world. Â Just as "the dove" returns to Noah in the ark from the waters and as it descended upon Jesus during his river baptism; so "Jonah," brings a salvation message over the backdrop of immersion in the waters.
A Japanese translation of "Daughters of Zion"Â€Â is now available from the Online Sermons page.