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The Great Mitzvah Fulfilled in Messiah

By John David Pitcher Jr., MD In Judaism, a mitzvah refers to commandments commanded by God. The Great Mitzvah, or Mitzvah Rabbah, is the duty of Pidyon Shvuhim, literally, “redemption of captives.” It is first described in the Torah in Genesis 14:4b-17 in the account of Abram rescuing his nephew Lot from being taken captive by […]

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The Barren Mountain has Children!

By John David Pitcher Jr., MD As far as I can tell, a previously uncovered nugget of gold is within one of Paul’s quotes from Isaiah. You may recall that Peter recorded that some of Paul’s teachings were hard to understand (2 Peter 3:16). This one has to do with two well-known mountains, but I’ll […]

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Latest Edition of Exploits Magazine

CLICK HERE to browse our latest Exploits Magazine. Topics include reports on: ~Our New Year Watchmen and Women on the Walls Intercessory Convocation in Jerusalem ~The People the Book in the nation of Georgia ~The Israeli rabbi who plans to exonerate Jesus.

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You’re Accepted Because Messiah Was Rejected

By John David Pitcher Jr., MD In the Hebrew Scriptures, there are nine verses where “Inverted Nuns” (pronounced “noons”) are used as annotations. There is no consensus in either Jewish or Christian commentaries regarding the explanation of their purpose. Two “Inverted Nuns” occur before and after Numbers 10:35-36, “Moses’ Cry of Grace” that occurs between […]

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Cultural Context of Zechariah 12: 2-3

And What it Means to Our World Today—Right Now! By Dr. Richard Booker (This is Part 2 of 6 articles at via www.rbooker.com) “Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of drunkenness to all the surrounding peoples, when they lay siege against Judah and Jerusalem. And it shall happen in that day that I will […]

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