Messianic Perspectives

Seven Things God Cannot Do

by Dr. Gary Hedrick

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CJFM Tours: Rob Styler & Friends Israel Tour

April 28 - May 10, 2023

Follow us to Israel! See Israel from a Messianic perspective as you travel to Jerusalem, Masada, the Valley of Megiddo, and Galilee to mention a few.

 
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Messianic Jewish Home Calendar

2022-2023 | 5782-5784

Our subject for this year’s calendar takes you on a Jewish cultural tour of Los Angeles, California. You will see breathtaking views of Jewish landmarks across this city’s Jewish community—the largest outside of Israel and New York. In addition to these fascinating photographs, the calendar also includes an interesting and informative article by CJFM Scholar-in-Residence, Dr. Tim Sigler, who examines the origins of the Jewish community in LA and their continued impact on the world today. We trust you’ll enjoy the calendar very much.

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Messianic Perspectives Broadcast

The Spring Feasts of the Lord

Gary explains that the feasts mentioned in Leviticus 23 are not only significant in themselves, but they collectively form an exciting outline of God’s plan leading up to His second coming. The series covers Pesach (Passover) and Shabbat (the Sabbath), Hag HaMatzot (Feast of the Unleavened Bread), Yom HaBikkurim (Day of Firstfruits), and Hag Shavu’ot (Feast of Weeks).

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From the Blog

If God forbids human sacrifice in the Old Testament, how does the sacrifice of Jesus make sense?

By Eric Chabot, CJFM Midwest Representative  

There is no doubt that Christians affirm the central claim that Jesus is a sacrifice for the sins of humanity. In the New Testament, Jesus seen as a Passover sacrifice (e.g, Jn. 19:14;1 Cor. 5:7-8); an unblemished sacrifice (1 Pet.1:19; 2 Cor. 5:21; Heb. 7: 26-28; 9:14; 1 ...

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