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“No one, when he has lit a lamp, covers it with a vessel or puts it under a bed, but sets it on a lampstand, that those who enter may see the light.

Luke 8:16



What is conversion?

How Muslims can be Christian?

How Muslims can be sure that they are converted to believe in God Jesus?

The answer to this question is: time will show it.

We preach to Gospel to quite a few people. But we wonder if  these people actually converted?

What is the answer to that?

Those who made profession of faith in God Jesus will be tested by time.

Time will tell if they truly are converts.

Let’s read today the well-known parable told us by Jesus. He utilized this illustration to show us reaction to the words of God and the Gospel Message.

Let’s read it first and I will offer you my commentary below. Briefly: you determine what kind of soil your heart will be!  Not God!  It is your CHOICE to listen to God and apply His words daily or to ignore God by ignoring His words.


Luke 8 (New King James Version)

Luke 8

Many Women Minister to Jesus
1 Now it came to pass, afterward, that He went through every city and village, preaching and bringing the glad tidings of the kingdom of God. And the twelve were with Him, 2 and certain women who had been healed of evil spirits and infirmities—Mary called Magdalene, out of whom had come seven demons, 3 and Joanna the wife of Chuza, Herod’s steward, and Susanna, and many others who provided for Him from their substance.
The Parable of the Sower
4 And when a great multitude had gathered, and they had come to Him from every city, He spoke by a parable: 5 “A sower went out to sow his seed. And as he sowed, some fell by the wayside; and it was trampled down, and the birds of the air devoured it. 6 Some fell on rock; and as soon as it sprang up, it withered away because it lacked moisture. 7 And some fell among thorns, and the thorns sprang up with it and choked it. 8 But others fell on good ground, sprang up, and yielded a crop a hundredfold.” When He had said these things He cried, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear!”
The Purpose of Parables

9 Then His disciples asked Him, saying, “What does this parable mean?”
10 And He said, “To you it has been given to know the mysteries of the kingdom of God, but to the rest it is given in parables, that

‘ Seeing they may not see,
And hearing they may not understand.’

The Parable of the Sower Explained
11 “Now the parable is this: The seed is the word of God. 12 Those by the wayside are the ones who hear; then the devil comes and takes away the word out of their hearts, lest they should believe and be saved. 13 But the ones on the rock are those who, when they hear, receive the word with joy; and these have no root, who believe for a while and in time of temptation fall away. 14 Now the ones that fell among thorns are those who, when they have heard, go out and are choked with cares, riches, and pleasures of life, and bring no fruit to maturity. 15 But the ones that fell on the good ground are those who, having heard the word with a noble and good heart, keep it and bear fruit with patience.
The Parable of the Revealed Light
16 “No one, when he has lit a lamp, covers it with a vessel or puts it under a bed, but sets it on a lampstand, that those who enter may see the light. 17 For nothing is secret that will not be revealed, nor anything hidden that will not be known and come to light. 18 Therefore take heed how you hear. For whoever has, to him more will be given; and whoever does not have, even what he seems to have will be taken from him.”
Jesus’ Mother and Brothers Come to Him

19 Then His mother and brothers came to Him, and could not approach Him because of the crowd. 20 And it was told Him by some, who said, “Your mother and Your brothers are standing outside, desiring to see You.”
21 But He answered and said to them, “My mother and My brothers are these who hear the word of God and do it.”

Wind and Wave Obey Jesus
22 Now it happened, on a certain day, that He got into a boat with His disciples. And He said to them, “Let us cross over to the other side of the lake.” And they launched out. 23 But as they sailed He fell asleep. And a windstorm came down on the lake, and they were filling with water, and were in jeopardy. 24 And they came to Him and awoke Him, saying, “Master, Master, we are perishing!”

Then He arose and rebuked the wind and the raging of the water. And they ceased, and there was a calm. 25 But He said to them, “Where is your faith?”
And they were afraid, and marveled, saying to one another, “Who can this be? For He commands even the winds and water, and they obey Him!”

A Demon-Possessed Man Healed
26 Then they sailed to the country of the Gadarenes, which is opposite Galilee. 27 And when He stepped out on the land, there met Him a certain man from the city who had demons for a long time. And he wore no clothes, nor did he live in a house but in the tombs. 28 When he saw Jesus, he cried out, fell down before Him, and with a loud voice said, “What have I to do with You, Jesus, Son of the Most High God? I beg You, do not torment me!” 29 For He had commanded the unclean spirit to come out of the man. For it had often seized him, and he was kept under guard, bound with chains and shackles; and he broke the bonds and was driven by the demon into the wilderness.

30 Jesus asked him, saying, “What is your name?”
And he said, “Legion,” because many demons had entered him. 31 And they begged Him that He would not command them to go out into the abyss.

32 Now a herd of many swine was feeding there on the mountain. So they begged Him that He would permit them to enter them. And He permitted them. 33 Then the demons went out of the man and entered the swine, and the herd ran violently down the steep place into the lake and drowned.
34 When those who fed them saw what had happened, they fled and told it in the city and in the country. 35 Then they went out to see what had happened, and came to Jesus, and found the man from whom the demons had departed, sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothed and in his right mind. And they were afraid. 36 They also who had seen it told them by what means he who had been demon-possessed was healed. 37 Then the whole multitude of the surrounding region of the Gadarenes asked Him to depart from them, for they were seized with great fear. And He got into the boat and returned.

38 Now the man from whom the demons had departed begged Him that he might be with Him. But Jesus sent him away, saying, 39 “Return to your own house, and tell what great things God has done for you.” And he went his way and proclaimed throughout the whole city what great things Jesus had done for him.

A Girl Restored to Life and a Woman Healed
40 So it was, when Jesus returned, that the multitude welcomed Him, for they were all waiting for Him. 41 And behold, there came a man named Jairus, and he was a ruler of the synagogue. And he fell down at Jesus’ feet and begged Him to come to his house, 42 for he had an only daughter about twelve years of age, and she was dying.
But as He went, the multitudes thronged Him. 43 Now a woman, having a flow of blood for twelve years, who had spent all her livelihood on physicians and could not be healed by any, 44 came from behind and touched the border of His garment. And immediately her flow of blood stopped.

45 And Jesus said, “Who touched Me?”
When all denied it, Peter and those with him said, “Master, the multitudes throng and press You, and You say, ‘Who touched Me?’”

46 But Jesus said, “Somebody touched Me, for I perceived power going out from Me.” 47 Now when the woman saw that she was not hidden, she came trembling; and falling down before Him, she declared to Him in the presence of all the people the reason she had touched Him and how she was healed immediately.
48 And He said to her, “Daughter, be of good cheer; your faith has made you well. Go in peace.”

49 While He was still speaking, someone came from the ruler of the synagogue’s house, saying to him, “Your daughter is dead. Do not trouble the Teacher.”

50 But when Jesus heard it, He answered him, saying, “Do not be afraid; only believe, and she will be made well.” 51 When He came into the house, He permitted no one to go in except Peter, James, and John, and the father and mother of the girl. 52 Now all wept and mourned for her; but He said, “Do not weep; she is not dead, but sleeping.” 53 And they ridiculed Him, knowing that she was dead.
54 But He put them all outside, took her by the hand and called, saying, “Little girl, arise.” 55 Then her spirit returned, and she arose immediately. And He commanded that she be given something to eat. 56 And her parents were astonished, but He charged them to tell no one what had happened.

It’s entirely up to you if your heart HEART will be receptive to the calls of God. Open your heart and DAILY study the Bible to listen to what your FATHER is saying. His LOVE toward you is teaching you about His Personality and His Kingdom to prepare you to enter there. Here on the earth we have been refined from pollutions and alloys like gold to be in the New and Eternal Kingdom of our God as His adopted sons.

So, Jesus told us about reaction to the words of God in this parable. Which of these four people are YOU?

The first group of people: They have no interest in the words of God. You invite them to believe in God and they say – no. They cast you out. They are antagonistic. They give you a hard time. They are just completely indifferent. Words of God do not penetrate their hardened heart. And at the end they will perish because they will not be able to survive without God…without the Source of Life that is God Himself.

The second group of people: They receive the word of God –Jesus. It seams that these people have a dramatic conversion. They were so excited and passionate and they could not stop talking about their new Faith in Jesus. You even can see immediate changes in their life. They are on emotional high and in the sate of euphoria. Soon these people will abandon their faith and God. They will go away. Because God is not a proper foundation for them. Their commitment was built on the emotional moment and they have NEVER had a rooting to support it.

The third group of people: They changed their life but they do not want to follow the Lord because other things become more important. Not always bad things that bring us down. It is been said  that more have been killed by food than by poison. They cannt find time for God and daily Bible study because of their busy schedule. Gradually the physical becomes more important than spiritual. Things on earth are more important than treasure in Heaven.

The fourth group of people: These people would continue in faith STEADFASTLY…in fellowship with God and Christians! It means that they commit their hearts with passion, commission, dedication. They KEEP the words of God and DAILY meditate on them. They support other Christians and encourage them. They change their communities and families by BRINGING them to the Light of the God. They are HONEST and SINCERE in their commitment of heart.

Sometimes, it is required to use explosives to clean and prepare the soil and ground. The Holy Spirit is doing it by showing us our sins we are committing and persuading us to abandon our sins. He is CALLING us to believe in God Jesus. He is using ‘explosives’ to open up area and to lay the FOUNDATION for the building and to erect the building from the ruins of your life destroyed by your sins. You will be a BUILDING to worship God in your heart on the earth. You will be a TEMPLE of God.

But YOU determine which soil your heart will be.  You determine it. Not God!

Clean your soil by confessing your sins to God RIGHT now! Prepare your heart! Remove boulders (sins), weeds (rebellion against God), disobedience to His Holy words, perpetual sins that have strongholds on your life.

We need to come closer to God DAILY with DESIRE to APPLY His HOLY words to be HOLY as He is HOLY bearing forth spiritual FRUIT. We need to be aggressive listeners not passive ones

Attention with intention!

If you do not have a hunger for the word of God that would indicate that you are not strong spiritually.

As a new born babe you need to listen to God DAILY because His Words will sustain your spiritual life and it will help to maintain the contact with God though your prayers.

The TEST of the time and your spiritual fruit will show who you are: the son of God or prodigal swine or dog returning to your dirty sins or spew again and again…

Change your life! TURN from your sins to God and ALLOW God Jesus to forgive all your sins. God sees through you and He sees your heart.

If persecution will NOT make you STRONGER in faith then HOW can you be called the son of God? If persecution makes you indifferent and week then who is your Father?

Is He not a King?

Is He not a Supreme Being created the universe?

He is the ALMIGHTY God.

Be like Him..like He is! Be HOLY as He is HOLY. Turn your world upside down for the sake of your FATHER. Let’s impact our countries, states, families, Ummah.

Let’s be WORTHY to be His sons.

Let’s endure everything and even the death, hardship to be GOOD soldiers of God, His officers, His commanders who are following the Chief Commander- the God Jesus!

Do not build your FAITH on emotions but on the WORD of God and His unconditional and infinite LOVE toward us!

Let’s allow God to help us to bring FRUIT.

But it is OUR DECISION to die without God in eternal separation from Him or to exist eternally with Father through our SINCERE and GENUINE FAITH in God Jesus.

Arabs and Muslims,


Brothers, Islam and the Bible call Jesus as Kalimat-Ullah- WORD of Allah!

Will you reject God by rejecting His SON?

Look if you will reject Son, it means you dont believe in His Father Allah. It means you are AGAINST Allah.

Islam came later after prophecies of Allah already existed that His Son Jesus will save the world from sins. So, what is Islam? ONE of religions. Look brother, there are millions religions and all they worship millions of gods which are called by God of Ibrahim as IDOLS.

Way for people worshiping idols is hell. Islam is among them. Why? Because Islam makes God of our father Ibrahim a LIAR by claiming that there is NO Son of God. Islam is closing eyes of Muslims to the words of Allah. Which man on the earth is able to BEAR INIQUITIES of the world? Sins of people? How SERVANT can JUSTIFY many people? It is impossible for a man. But only for God! We worship perfect God. He DIED instead on us. His name is the most perfect – Jesus….Isa Ibn Allah…Isa Allah…Issa Al Massih. And He is God of our father Ibrahim. Turn from sins to HIM and LIVE eternally as son of God!

Be saved right NOW

How to LIVE with God Jesus?

2 Corinthians 7:1 Having therefore these promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, PERFECTING HOLINESS IN THE FEAR OF GOD.

Hebrews 12:28 Wherefore we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved, let us have grace, whereby we may SERVE GOD ACCEPTABLY WITH REVERENCE AND GODLY FEAR

Fellowship with God
means YOU Arabs and Muslims
can be called sons of God.
You can be forgiven of ALL your sins!
You can be
adopted by God
THROUGH your Faith
in His Son Jesus.

Can you call Jesus the Son of God? Is He God in your life? Have you given Him absolute control of your life and future? If not, do is right NOW!

Pray now to the LORD and accept His forgiveness of all your sins through FAITH in His Son – God Jesus Christ!

Pray God right now And be saved!

God is bringing Judgement. Return of the Lord Jesus and His Judgement day should make difference in our behavior. Live your best in purity. Be excited about meeting with the Lord. You should anxiously await with joiful anticipation of the Lord’s return. If your hearts is filled with anticipation, excitement and joy, it indicates that you are walking with the Lord. If you are NOT sure and confident that if you would die today you would go to Heaven, it means you need to get right with God. If you never said- YES- to Jesus, do it today! If you have fallen away from the Lord, come back to Him today.

We will close with prayers: Father, we believe that Jesus is coming again. We believe we need to be ready. And Lord I am praying about any person who is reading my message and if they dont have confidence that they are ready for Your return, help them to come to You today and get right with You now. Amen.

First, recognise brother, that you are sinner. Be sorry for your sin. And ask God to forgive you right now. The way as we do that TROUGH PRAYER. That’s how we communicate with God. I’d like to lead you in prayer. If you want Christ to forgive your sins. If you want to know that when you will die you will go to Heaven then pray this prayer with me right now:

God, I know I am a sinner. And I am sorry for what I have done. And I turn from my sin now and ask You to forgive me. Thank You that Your Son Jesus Christ died on the cross and shed His blood for me. Be my Savior and my Lord. And be my friend. I want to follow You from this day forward. Fill me with Your Spirit. And help me to be Your disciple. Thank You for accepting me. Thank You for forgiving me. Thank You that I am now YOURS. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.

If you sincerely asked God to forgive you then WELCOME to the family of God. Now you are adopted by God. Now you bacame His son and His inheritance. His angels have written your name in the Book of Life. And you have the BRIGHT FUTURE.

God Jesus said:

“I tell you the truth, whoever hears my word

and believes him

who sent me has eternal life and will not be condemned;

he has crossed over from death to life. John 5:24

Walk with God and live eternally Arab nation! Amen.

Rev. 4:8 “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come.

Brothers, God Jesus is COMING BACK to us to the earth. Be prepared to LIVE with Him and not to die without Him! Repent and make your ways straight. To make your ways straight, then, please the Lord in all you do by BELIEVING in His Son Jesus Christ.

Turn away from a life of sin to a life of righteousness (Rom. 12:21).

This is the way of peace (Luke 1:79).

It is also the way to prosperity, blessings, answered prayer, joy and every good thing (Prov. 13:21; 1 John 3:22; Heb. 13:21).

If you prayed this simple prayer above or if you need more information or still have questions about who Jesus is or if you want to believe in God Jesus then please email me and contact me (contacts are below) because we should be together. God called us as believers in Him or CHURCH.


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Sin …Yours, Mine and Ours 

Steven was raised in an Orthodox Jewish home. He went to Hebrew school, had his bar mitzvah and observed the holidays. Yet when he turned 15, his parents began to experiment with a more liberal Jewish lifestyle. Perhaps it was an act of rebellion against her own mother, but Steven’s mother began making pork chops, a food previously forbidden from the family menu and alien to their palates. At the same time, and seemingly unrelated at first, his father bought a smoke alarm. In case of fire, they would be ready! But as it happened, whenever the mother made pork chops, the alarm would start to blast. Its piercing warning would upset the otherwise peaceful household. Sometimes there was even smoke accompanying the alarm. Steven’s father quipped that maybe God was trying to tell them something—namely that they shouldn’t eat pork. The rest of the family shrugged off the remark as a joke and the culinary experiments continued. Still, whenever pork was cooked, the alarm sounded. Eventually, Steven’s father took the obvious solution. He got rid of the smoke alarm!

Of course, removing the alarm didn’t solve the problem. In fact, it heightened the potential for danger. They had merely disarmed the warning in an effort to deny the problem.

That is the way many of us choose to deal with the problem of sin. We might refuse to acknowledge there is such a thing as sin—and we especially deny our own sins.

The very word “sin” often makes us uncomfortable. Maybe because we like to think of ourselves as “modern, rational, twentieth-century people” who have no need for such “archaic” concepts. Or maybe we don’t like to acknowledge the problem of sin because we are not certain there is a solution. If we hear sounds that indicate we’re erring, many of us would rather not heed the warning.

One warning sign is the shofar blast on Rosh Hashanah, calling our people to repentance. Too often we choose to weaken the significance of this liturgical alarm. We avoid the unpleasant aspects of its meaning, often treating sin and repentance as some sort of ancient side issue. By redefining, reorienting and revising the revealed message we make it more agreeable to ourselves.

Origin of Sin

The Hebrew Scriptures often refer to sin, yet do not explain or define it. Presumably the Bible reader already knows that there is a difference between right and wrong. God did provide a set of dos and don’ts (murder, for example, is a don’t). But the sin problem goes much deeper than merely obeying or disobeying the rules.

God is continually showing us through the Scriptures that we have a choice: we can go his way or our way. Loving God means choosing his way. The other direction includes endless opportunities to serve self.

Ultimately, sin is linked with the disposition of the heart—a disposition to go our own way rather than God’s way. Pharaoh exemplifies the hardened heart that rejects and rebels against the living God. The heart is often described as being in need of repair or replacement due to damage caused by sin. The prophets used the term “uncircumcised hearts” to describe people who were not obedient to God. The prophet Jeremiah records God as saying,

The heart is more deceitful than all else and is desperately sick; who can understand it? (Jeremiah 17:9)

It is difficult to deny the truth of this pronouncement. Few people would argue against the existence of sin. But the question of how and why sin entered the world often takes center stage in “Jewish-Christian” debate. Jewish scholars are quick to point out major differences in the Jewish and Christian views of sin’s origin. Christian teaching states that when Adam and Eve sinned, all the human race was infected with a sin nature. Traditional Jewish thought not only disagrees with this view, but often cites the rejection of that doctrine as characteristic of Jewish belief:

No more abhorrent doctrine than original depravity has ever been conceived. It is completely alien to jewish thought and to the Bible, even though Christians use the Garden parable to give it divine sanction.1

However, many would be surprised to discover that the concept of “original sin” is found in ancient Jewish documents. Samuel Cohon, former professor of theology and liturgy at Hebrew Union College, explained the changing nature of jewish views of sin in the early centuries:

About the time of the beginning of Christianity three main conceptions of sin struggled for recognition in Judaism. The first regarded corruption of the race as hereditary. The second vaguely asserted as connection between Adam’s sin and his posterity’s liability to punishment, without defining the exact nature of the connection. The third view considered all sin as the fruit of man’s own action.2

As the early followers of Jesus continued holding to a traditional view of sin as linked to Adam, the rabbinical authorities put more emphasis on sin as exclusively the result of our own actions. Perhaps it is because followers of Jesus regarded sin as universal contamination that the rabbis disclaimed and spoke strongly against it. Today, Christians still teach that sinful actions stem from a sin nature. The rabbis seem to teach that the condition of sin is subsequent to an act of sin. The Bible seems to indicate that we commit sin because we are sinners.

Cohon continued to describe rabbinical views of sin in the following centuries saying that they,

have the character of random, informal and private opinions without any dogmatic import whatever.3

The most common of these opinions is that of the yetzer ha tov and the yetzer ha ra (the good inclination and the evil inclination). This concept states that we have the potential for both good and evil and that it is up to us to choose. However, this view is often expressed more as a tip of the hat to Jewish folklore than as a true problem in need of a solution. Like the “evil eye,” it is part of our tradition, not part of our present reality.

Many views of sin that are espoused by the jewish community today often parallel non-Jewish thought, whether inspired by psychology or the many variations of New Age religion or philosophy. The former seeks to shift blame while the latter denies the problem. (In New Age thought we are all part of God, rather than the biblical view of a Creator separate from his creation.)

Reality of Sin

The nature of good and evil has been discussed and debated since the dawn of philosophy. In our time the notion of evil is often explained away or relabeled. Allan Bloom, in his book, The Closing of the American Mind, recognized this tendency among modern American university students. When asked who they thought was evil, their only response was Adolph Hitler. Bloom remarked,

They have no idea of evil; they doubt its existence. Hitler is just another abstraction, and item to fill up an empty category. Although they live in a world in which the most terrible deeds are being performed and they see brutal crime in the streets, they turn aside. Perhaps they believe that evil deeds are performed by persons who, if they got the proper therapy, would not do them again—that there are no evil deeds, not evil people. There is no inferno in this comedy.4

It is easy to recognize sins of the very sinful; murderers, rapists and child molesters immediately come to mind. These acts remain distant from us, usually foreign to our own experiences. The evening news presents us with radical examples of sin, causing us to wonder how and why such evil still exists “in this day and age.” But what does “this age” have to do with anything? Our age of advanced technology has not found a way to deal with the age-old problems of the human heart. Bigotry, hatred and greed still abound.

The political process also offers us a unique glimpse into the human condition. No candidate ever comes through the mudslinging sessions without ending up all muddy. Even the best are less than spotless. Dirt is always disclosed to reveal the “true identity” of the opponent. It then becomes our choice of the lesser of two evils. Does the political process create their problems, or does it merely spotlight the imperfections? What is it that gets “brought out” anyhow? Where does it come from, and why do we spend so much time denying it, covering it up or accusing others of having more of it than we do?

A few decades ago the bestseller I’m OK, You’re OK helped change our thinking about the nature of our own humanness. Our imperfections were dismissed because they were seen as “only human.” But that is the very problem that should not have been dismissed. Psychologists today have begun to acknowledge this. “Twelve-Step” programs and other self-help groups abound. Surely, we are not all okay—we have seen the enemy and it is us.

What about the people who do not commit the “big” sins, who are not in the political or social spotlight and who do not even come from “dysfunctional” families? In the eyes of the larger community they are okay, perhaps even righteous. But the most dangerous sins are the ones that are unseen by others, the ones that fester in our hearts, for which we remain unrepentant.

All “okay, nice and righteous” people fall into this category. It may involve the choices made to protect our egos even at the expense of others. Or it may involve our desire to have our own needs met on demand as if we deserve something in this life. It might also come about as we defame or judge others, as if we ourselves are in a position to judge. Some of us might take credit for good deeds or talents given by God as though we deserve glory and God doesn’t. And what about the “little white lies,” as well as the not-so-little ones? Which person does not decide that his or her way of following God (or not following God) is acceptable or good enough in their own sight? All of these are subtle ways of saying to God, “My will, not your will, be done!”

We all experience and understand that sin is a problem whether or not we deny it, relabel it, or disagree on its point of origin. This is a reality we all must face. God sent the Hebrew prophets to hold a mirror that shows us as we are, as well as how we act. God’s message was and is, “I’m OK, you’re not!”

Consequences of Sin

A sign in the dentist’s office read, “You don’t have to floss all of your teeth, only the ones you want to keep.” That dentist knew how to communicate. He proclaimed the problem, the consequences and the solution all at once! Such was the message of the prophets of old. They proclaimed a startling message in hopes that we would face our problem and respond rightly.

The consequences of our sin are both immediate and eternal. God declared through the prophet Isaiah:

But your iniquities have made a separation between you and your God, and your sins have hidden His face from you, so that He does not hear. (Isaiah 59:2)

Separation and alienation from God hinder our communication with him. It is like shouting across the ocean to a friend on the next continent. Sincerity and vocal magnitude are inadequate. In such a case, perhaps a telephone is needed to bridge the gap—not just any telephone, but one that will have no static on the line. In the same way, our sins are the static that keeps us disconnected—separated—from God.

Modern Jewish views on the eternal consequences of sin vary. Many believe that all Jewish people—by virtue of birthright—have a place in the world to come. Others are convinced that only our time here on earth is relevant, and that we are responsible for creating our own heaven and hell now. Still others see the whole notion of judgment as archaic, having no relevance in modern society.

Maimonides’ “Thirteen Principles” does not mention sin specifically, but it does comment on the results of our disobedience to God. The eleventh principle states:

I believe with perfect faith that God rewards those who fulfill the commandments of the Torah, and punish those who transgress them.

Solution to Sin

In the Chumash, the solution to sin is clearly spelled out in the regulations regarding Yom Kippur. First, the High Priest slaughtered a bull for his own atonement. Then re interceded, making atonement on behalf of the children of Israel. One goat was killed as a substitute for them. Its life was given in place of their sin-tainted lives. Later, a second goat, called the azazel (scapegoat), was chased into the wilderness to symbolize our sins being put far away from us.

A Jewish commentary on the sacrificial system explains its importance:

The sacrifice substituted for an individual human life or for the lives of the members of the community in situations where God could have exacted the life of the offender, or of anyone else, for that matter. Indeed, all who stood in God’s immediate presence risked becoming the object of divine wrath. But substitution could avert the danger, with sacrificial blood being especially instrumental because it was the symbol of life.5

The observance of Yom Kippur was given by God as a solution to a problem. In 70 C.E., the Jerusalem Temple was destroyed by the Romans, thus ending the era of substutionary atonement.

Rabbi Johanan ben Zakkai and his colleagues devised another plan for the Day of Atonement at that time. They states that in the absence of the Temple, fasting and prayer would become the means of atonement. Our people have followed that plan for centuries, even to this day, yet the inner renewal the day was to bring eludes us. We ignore, redefine and even feel embbarassed about the issue of sin.

There are modern theories of t’shuvah (repentance) but they are offered only to those who choose to be religious, as if it is a choice of lifestyle rather than a problem that is pressing and immediate before God. The message to the less religious community seems to be, “just do the best you can and make the right choices.”

Unfortunately, our propensity to call wrong choices and actions “right” causes most of our problems in the first place! We have come a long way from the detailed, precise regulations of the Temple’s sacrificial system. Rabbi Johanan ben Zakkai and his colleagues did their best to provide an alternative in the ansence of the Temple. But they did not take into account that inherent in the sacrificial system was the belief that someone else would not do for us what we could not do for ourselves.

Only a few decades before the Temple’s destruction, another Jewish man named Yochannon offered a different solution to the sin problem. One day he saw Y’shua (Jesus) by the Jordan River. Pointing him out to the crowd he declared, “Behold the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.”

If the substitutionary solution of Jesus seems foreign, perhaps it is because we have lost sight of the reality and seriousness if the issue of sin. But God’s character has not changed, nor have we evolved beyond the same old problems that our forefathers knew. And God has not left us without an operator to remove our static and make the connection:

For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Messiah Y’shua our Lord. (Romans 6:23)

Our Roots: A Question of Jewish Allegiance

On occasion I have been told by some of my fellow Jews that my open profession of faith in Jesus of Nazareth as Israel’s Messiah marks me as a traitor to my people. Once I accompanied a friend who also believes in Jesus to the office of a prominent rabbi in our city. It was the rabbi’s contention that our faith in Jesus amounted to a desertion of our people and a renunciation of our spiritual heritage. In the minds of most Jews and quite a few non-Jews, for a Jew to profess faith in Messiah involves a repudiation of Jewish allegiance.

This is a matter with which I have honestly struggled. I was brought up in a fairly observant home. While we were not the most intense observers of rabbinic regulation, neither were we casual. Like many others, I took my Jewishness and the practice of Judaism somewhat for granted in my youth. But as I grew into late adolescence and began pondering some of the deeper questions of life, I started to consider how the fact that I am Jewish relates to the meaning and purpose of life.

Something Missing

The precepts of the Synagogue seemed beautiful. Who could find fault with the injunction to love God with one’s whole heart and one’s neighbor as one’s self? But something seemed to be missing. This wonderful God, about whom I had been taught since childhood, seemed so unreal and far off. For a time I had even doubted His existence, but I had struggled through that problem and had come to regard the existence of God as something of a logical necessity.

The keeping of religious precepts and regulations failed to bring any sense of relationship with God. This did not seem to correspond with the experience of our Fathers as recorded in the Scriptures. They seemed to have something of a personal relationship with God. Also, in my most honest moments I had to confess that I could not find the power within to love my neighbor as myself, even if I wanted to love him.

Concern and Crisis

This pattern of religion without a sense of the living presence of God seemed to be reflected in the experience of my family and my friends. None of them appeared to be troubled about it. My concern about these matters and their apparent lack of concern troubled me. Was i being overly serious and conscientious? I did not feel like a fanatic. I did not pursue these questions night and day. Occasionally, i was prompted to think about them and to ponder deeply, but I was not totally preoccupied with such concerns.

There seemed to be no answers. Then came a time of profound crisis for me and my family. I felt as never before my spiritual emptiness. At this time Jesus was presented to me as the one who brought God near and made Him real. When He had been presented to my family before, we considered a belief in Jesus to be in conflict with being Jewish, so we rejected the appeal to consider His claims. Now, in the face of crisis, the supreme concern was how to get in touch with the true and living God.

How could we have a vital life-giving faith that would bring us strength and hope when the bottom seemed to have dropped out of our lives? We faced suffering and death. The question of Jewishness was still there, but it now began to take a place within the larger consideration of our relationship with God.

In The Stream of Jewish Life

Besides this sense of need and the desire to get in touch with God, another factor made me willing to investigate the claims of Jesus. The only way that I can express it is that He seemed to come to me in the stream of Jewish life. Some of those who witnessed to me about Jesus were Jews. Their faith in Him did not seem to lessen the intensity of their Jewish allegiance. To the contrary, they seemed more concerned about the meaning of Jewishness and the mission of the Jewish people than most of those with whom I rubbed shoulders. They regarded their faith in Jesus as a completion and fulfillment, rather than a denial of the Jewish spiritual heritage.

Gentile believers in Jesus who shared their witness with us told us that they had received all their spiritual blessings through Israel. They regarded themselves as partakers of the spiritual heritage of the Jews.

These people pointed me to a source of help no one else had advised. I had questioned rabbis, Hebrew school teachers, parents and friends. None had suggested I might find answers to my questions in the Sacred Scriptures. I was aware of the problem of conflicting interpretations. However, I tried to approach the Scriptures with an open mind. I assumed that they had a message apart from the numerous traditions and interpretations. I discovered what I never dreamed existed in those pages.

One of the most impressive elements of the biblical message is its frank portrayal of man’s sinfulness before a holy God. Even the holiest men in the Bible felt their sinfulness in the presence of God. Sin is neither glossed over nor sensationalized. It is held up for what it is in the sight of God.

The portrait of the Messiah in the Old Testament seemed to fit the figure of Jesus of Nazareth. Before I began to study the New Testament, I knew enough about the life of Jesus to recognize the amazing similarities. To think that God would identify with mankind in this way! I found it hard to believe it was something contrived. It seemed to level us all beneath the hand of God and to deflate every form of human pride and arrogance.

The Ultimate Allegiance

In the midst of my searching, a Jewish young woman who believed in Jesus challenged me with a question. “Would you really like to know whether or not Jesus is the Messiah?” “Yes, I would,” I answered. “Why don’t you ask God?” she replied. At this point, I think I was faced with the question of my ultimate allegiance.

Was I willing to seek God on His own terms? Could I set aside my prejudices and preconceptions and believe that the Almighty could show me the truth if I were willing to receive it and follow it wherever it would lead me? I later discovered that the Scriptures encourage this kind of wholehearted, totally abandoned seeking of God. In the Prophecy of Jeremiah, God declares to Israel, “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” (Jeremiah 29:13)

As I sketch my experience, I am aware that it differs from that of others. I am also aware that we Jews tend to dismiss Jesus or resist His messianic claims because so much that bears His name seems alien to us and contrary to our best interest. We are very sensitive to the experience of Jewish suffering at the hands of so-called Christians. This history of suffering tends to fortify our allegiance to Jewish identity and to harden our resistance to Christianity and to Jesus.

Another Side to the Questions

However true this may be, (and I would not be one to deny or dismiss it,) my own experience helped me see another side to the question of Jewish allegiance and Jesus. My basic personal concern revolved around the question of my relationship with God. A deep crisis emphasized a spiritual void which religious observance did not fill. How could I get in touch with God? This question became paramount. But what did this have to do with being Jewish? For the first time, some questions occurred to me. Do we Jews exist as a separate people for some other reason than just to be different is our existence as a separate people intended to point to some greater reality?

Quite honestly, my sense of a need for a personal relationship with God, and not my concern for the meaning of Jewishness, was the controlling factor in my spiritual search. But this search afforded an amazing discovery. The desire to know God led me to those who pointed me to the Scripture and to Jesus. And faith in Jesus brought me into a vital relationship with the God of Israel. In the light of this relationship, I discovered that Jesus is inextricably linked to the greater reality to which the existence of the Jewish people points.

I also discovered that in embracing Jesus I had not rejected my Jewishness. I had rather discovered its larger and deeper meaning. I see that the faith of Israel, as understood in the light of the Sacred Scriptures and the ministry of Jesus, finds its climax, not in a religious tradition, but in a Person in whom the God of Israel has uniquely manifested Himself. God did this, not only for the blessing of Israel, but for the redemption of all mankind. He had promised that in Abraham and his seed, all the nations of the earth would be blessed (Genesis 12:3). In Messiah Jesus, the blessings of the sons of Abraham and the God of Abraham spilled over to the Gentiles.

I Couldn’t Dismiss Jesus

Events led me to realize that being Jewish was not a justifiable reason for dismissing Jesus. It would have been easy to allow a bland acceptance of religious tradition to decide the case for me. But the harsh realities of life unsettled this bland acceptance.

When it became a matter of sincerely seeking the God of Israel and facing the claim that the Scriptures bear His revelation, how could I avoid a sincere search of their message? It also became clear that Jesus had appealed to the same source as proof of His messianic claims. Considerations of Jesus in my search seemed necessary and unavoidable.

I found myself no longer reacting only to the anti-Jewish activities of the Christians. I now sought to discover just where this Jew of Nazareth who left such a mark on mankind fitted into the scriptural revelation of the plan of God.

In retrospect I see something else. Though we are enjoined to search for God with our whole heart, it isn’t because God is lost somewhere out there and we must find Him, but because it is we who are lost, and God is seeking us. Jewish theologian Abraham Heschel was so impressed with the idea of God seeking man that he made it the title of his book on the philosophy of Judaism.

The prophetic admonition is really a divine encouragement to respond to God’s seeking of us in our lostness. God demonstrated the depths of His love and the length of His determination when He identified Himself with us, not in pomp and glory, but in weakness, suffering and sacrifice. He did this through the Messiah, who said, “I came to seek and to save that which was lost.” In responding to His search, I have been found, and I have embraced in Messiah the allegiance of a true Jew.


A Demon Flees by God’s Power

May 18, 2010

Just like Laila, many people are delivered from demon possession after GFA-supported pastors pray for them in Jesus’ name.

Pastor Parakram Nayar came closer to Laila, the young girl before him. She and her parents came to his church for deliverance, but the girl seemed frightened.

“What’s your name?” the Gospel for Asia-supported pastor asked the girl.

“Manga,” she replied in a voice everyone knew was not hers.

An evil spirit had taken Laila captive.

Parakram and the believers of his church gathered together to pray for her. The pastor fervently rebuked the evil spirit, commanding it to leave the young girl in Jesus’ mighty name.

Immediately, the demon left Laila, and she collapsed to the ground.

She woke up later weakened from the attack but completely delivered from Satan’s clutches.

Before coming to Parakram’s church, Laila’s family had visited many temples to find a cure for their troubled daughter. They offered poojas, a form of worship that requires prayers, offerings and sacrifices, to their gods and goddesses and even went to witch doctors for help, but their hope was quickly dwindling as nothing seemed to work.

Laila continued to act unnaturally, biting people who were near her and bursting out in fits of vicious rage. Fearful of the young girl’s outrageous behavior, people would beat her to try to calm her down.

It was only when Pastor Parakram prayed for Laila in Jesus’ name that she was freed from the demonic oppression that disturbed her family and their entire community. Laila has since then given her life to serve Jesus Christ. Her testimony of deliverance is a blessing to many.

Two Tales of Redemption

April 30, 2010

Many sick and hurting people seek a missionary’s prayers when all other hope has failed them.

Both Govind and Akil worship the Lord with joy today. But before each of these men came to Christ, they had been at the lowest points of their lives.

Striving to Please an Idol
Govind faithfully worshiped the god of his family. He even built a temple to this deity, which drew large crowds on religious holidays. His financial situation was becoming more and more comfortable. But his affluence failed him when polio attacked his daughter.

Govind spent what was to him an almost unimaginable amount of money for his daughter’s treatment. The once wealthy family had to turn to manual labor jobs to try to keep funding her treatment. Still, her condition remained the same. Govind had reached the end of what he could do for his daughter.

Akil’s situation also sprung from dependence on silent gods. When sudden paralysis overcame him, Akil discovered that someone had done witchcraft against him. His relatives abandoned him because of this. And the prayers and devotion to Akil’s deities brought him no relief.

Finding the True God
In their time of desperation, both of these men met Gospel for Asia-supported missionaries. In each case, the pastors listened to their problems and then joined with believers in their churches to fast and pray. Soon, both Govind and Akil saw miracles.

Govind’s daughter was healed from the polio, and his whole family received Christ.

The Lord healed Akil as well, taking away the curse of witchcraft, and he and his wife began to follow the Lord. Akil began sharing his testimony with as many people as he could.

Govind and Akil both request prayer that they will grow in their faith, have opportunities to share the great works the Lord did for them and that their stories will draw more people to trust in Christ.

GFA Missionary Released from Jail

January 22, 2009

GFA Missionary Yashpal Bhuta Masih, pictured with his family, was released from jail, but still faces charges of violating his state’s anti-conversion law.

Gospel for Asia missionary Yashpal Bhuta Masih is out of jail and facing a trial on charges that he tried to force people to convert to Christianity. Yashpal was released after spending all day in a Madhya Pradesh, India, jail on January 5. He has since been reassigned to a different area of the state.

Yashpal was arrested after three people from the village falsely accused him of offering them education, money and jobs in exchange for converting to Christianity. Although Yashpal did not do any of these things, the police were forced to investigate because Madhya Pradesh is one of the Indian states with an anti-conversion law. The statute, called a “freedom of religion” law, does not allow conversions that are the result of “force, fraud or allurement.”

The laws, which are on the books in several Indian states, also require people to register their intent to change their religion 30 days in advance.

Those who share the Gospel in India are often accused of violating anti-conversion laws. This is an ongoing problem, especially for GFA missionaries, even though they do not force anyone to follow Christ, nor promise them anything in exchange for salvation. In most cases, those who do choose to follow Christ know that their life will become more difficult—not better—as they face persecution for their new faith.

Yashpal was leading three small fellowships with a total of 56 new Christians when he was arrested. Most of the people in these congregations are descendants of a tribal group that strongly adheres to a traditional religion whose followers worship idols. Yashpal had a special burden for the people because his own father was a priest in their religion.

When Yashpal was a child, his father taught him how to conduct the rituals and offer sacrifices to the idols. Yashpal gave his life to Chirst when he was an adult and later chose to serve the Lord full time.

A well-known anti-Christian extremist group in this area constantly harassed Yashpal when he worked there. The group was successful in shutting down a church construction project when it was only halfway complete.

In spite of the opposition, Yashpal continued to share the Good News. In addition to the 56 new Christians, he led a Sunday School for 20 children and regularly visited house to house, praying and handing out tracts.

Even though he is now serving in a different town, he will have to stand trial in the same city in Madhya Pradesh where the arrest occurred.

Yashpal and the GFA leaders are asking Christians to pray for justice to be done in this case, that the Lord will grant Yashpal the strength to endure this trial.


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Is the WAY to God in Islam?
Are you forgiven by God in Islam? Are you SURE that Allah forgave you ALL your sins? Or may be you are just going to hell by following Islam?!
Who is God of our father Ibrahim? God is LOVE

Why do we look for God in Islam and in the Bible?

Are you seeking spiritual guidance and direction in your life?

Do you have serious questions about spiritual teaching and issues? About salvation, Islam and the Bible?

This free study I am offering to you provides Bible answers! God in the Bible offers the true answers to questions such as:

Does God really exist? What is the purpose and meaning of life? What is the origin of the human race? Can we receive eternal life after death? How can we be forgiven of our sins and receive the favor and blessings of God? Is God in Islam the same God of our father Ibrahim/Abraham?

We urge you to consider why the Bible is the best source of spiritual guidance and direction. Words of God found in the Gospel of Christ (Injil), can answer your questions about LIFE and the meaning of life. The teaching of Jesus can lead you to a fulfilling spiritual life and true Hope for eternal life. Please study this free lesson showing why this is so and be actively involved in discussions with us! ASK any questions and God will give you ANSWERS..may be from us too!


All people everywhere at some time in their lives recognize that they have spiritual needs. They need guidance and direction to find hope for eternity and answers to the questions of life. That’s why we devote daily our time to provide you answers to your questions. We offer you opportunity to be actively engaged in studying of the Holy Scripture. Let’s do it together. Because if God is NOT in Islam then you will JUST join millions of Arabs and Muslims in the hell fire. Study the Holy Scripture and we will FIND the TRUTH together!

People alone cannot provide this spiritual guidance

Many learned men do not even attempt to provide answers for the meaning and purpose of life and other serious spiritual questions. If they do try, they cannot prove their answers are right or wrong, and they often contradict one another. Many Muslims have just countless number of MISCONCEPTIONS about God and His Bible. We are going to change your mind by SHOWING you what is the WILL of God toward you and your life. Let’s consider Qur’an and the Bible and God will DEFINITELLY talk to your hearts about Himself.

Jeremiah 10:23 The way of man is not in himself; It is not in man who walks to direct his own steps.

You need to find and study a source of spiritual direction and guidance from someone who really knows the answers. [Isaiah 55:8,9] That’s why LET’S be ACTIVELLY engaged in our DIALOG. All people everywhere at some time in their lives recognize that they have spiritual needs. They need guidance and direction to find hope for eternity and answers to the questions of life. That’s why we devote daily our time to provide you answers to your questions. We offer you opportunity to be actively engaged in studying of the Holy Scripture. Let’s do it together. Because if God is NOT in Islam then you will JUST join millions of Arabs and Muslims in the hell fire. Study the Holy Scripture and we will FIND the TRUTH together!

People alone cannot provide this spiritual guidance

Many learned men do not even attempt to provide answers for the meaning and purpose of life and other serious spiritual questions. If they do try, they cannot prove their answers are right or wrong, and they often contradict one another. Many Muslims have just countless number of MISCONCEPTIONS about God and His Bible. We are going to change your mind by SHOWING you what is the WILL of God toward you and your life. Let’s consider Qur’an and the Bible and God will DEFINITELLY talk to your hearts about Himself.

Jeremiah 10:23 The way of man is not in himself; It is not in man who walks to direct his own steps.

You need to find and study a source of spiritual direction and guidance from someone who really knows the answers. [Isaiah 55:8,9] That’s why LET’S be ACTIVELLY engaged in our DIALOG.

God in the Bible claims that it teaches the true answers to these questions

Psalms 119:105 Your word is a LAMP to my feet and a LIGHT to my path.

John 17:17 Your word is Truth. 2 Timothy 3:16,17

All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.

Bible teaching affirms that belief in God Jesus Christ will give us required spiritual direction you need to show you the meaning and purpose of life. It claims that you can FIND these answers in God’s word if you will diligently study the Scriptures because God is INTERESTED to REVEAL His plans He has toward you!

The purpose of this free study is to urge you to consider Bible teaching – the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Gospel is the Good News that God Jesus was resurrected to resurrect us for the ETERNAL LIFE with Him in His Kingdom of Heaven) – as the answer to your need TO FIND God and LIVE eternally with Him.

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Praise God

8-11-2010 I praise God for the life He has given to me, especially these past 3 years! I’ve come to know more about God, his love, his Mercy, His Grace, his healing power! That, it is not enough to just believe in God, then deny His Power! That would be like, believing it is a good thing to stop at stop signs but continuing to run them, never being obedient to them, one day, there will be a collision!


O lord how blessed am I
how you send us your children
How blessed am I that you send us Mike

how honest he is
how the devil try to deter him

and he is turning to you Lord every time
Shine You Light onto truth Lord
when light is shon,darkness is no more
shine your light on your words so we All understand them

it is Good to ask questions
how ells will we know is we don’t ask
if things are not right,then the Lord will show us the answer

Fill our hearts with The Holy Spirit Lord
Fill us with Him that will Guide us

Be strong in The Holy Spirit Mike
You are on the right Path

Love You Brother


Hospital prayer

Dear Lord,

Just wanted to say thank you to you, and to all of my doctors and nurses who are taking care of me while I am in the hospital.Last night was a very close call for me and I am glad you pulled me back through Lord..so scary!! Please help me to continue to get better soon. Thank you for hearing my prayers. Amen

Just focus on Jesus

Dear Jesus, Precious Savior,
life is
walkin a tightrope
stretching for miles
it’s so difficult to: take a step
afraid of mistakes, fear of falling
and it’s so far down.
gotta remember
I am held by You, I am safe
the rope i walk is but a rope
Great Big Great Big Great Big Very Big GOD
so I can do this
this thing called life
I’ve come a long way
can’t stop now
why would i want to?
it isn’t for nothing
because You’re up to
You have a plan
plans to prosper me & not to harm
not to harm not to harm;
You keep telling me that
finally I believe it
these steps – they arent so bad
after all
as I focus on You, not sometimes but
these steps become a delight
You put a spring in my step
Your Living Water
becomes in me a well of water springing up
You are the Potter
and I am Your clay
and I love You
I glorify You with songs of thanksgiving
You walk with me
my Prince of Peace
In the Name of Jesus The Good Shepherd Who Watches After His Sheep, Amen


Praise God that He made men and women different. Men are exciting, unique, strange, and wonderful! Please help us to value our uniqueness and give God the Glory.

Jesus said:

I Am Coming Quickly

He who testifies to these things says,

Surely I am coming quickly.

Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus!

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be

with you all.Amen.

Revelation 22:20-21

God Jesus

is our SUPPORT

and He is SAVING Arabs and Muslims

everyday because He does not sleep.

He is BRINGING Salvation to every ONE…who wants it..


and you will reign with Him.

If you want it.

You will save Arabs and God will hold your hand so tight

that NO ONE will STEAL you from God’s hands

neither hell nor devil neither fallen angels nor evil

people neither terrorists nor DEATH


Because you will be

adopted SON of God.

Save them all who will read this message, LORD Jesus. PLEASE.

Amen. Amen

Ya Subhan Isa Allah!

Subhana Rabbi yal A’ala!

Be saved my Arab nation!

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  1. I recently wrote a song about the Prodigal Son. This is my testimony of God’s amazing grace in my life. If you have a sec here it is. Thanks for listening

    Comment by muzacmercer — August 14, 2010 @ 3:38 pm | Reply

  2. Brother, I have never heard a better song than yours. Let’s download them to our web sites. How to do it?


    Comment by arabkingdom — August 15, 2010 @ 12:29 pm | Reply

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