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Shabbat is almost here and we wanted to get this out to you before it begins. A few weeks ago, two Israelis made a video (that has now been viewed tens of thousands of times) about the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR). Unfortunately, in this video there are many inconsistencies, false assertions and bad information. One of the individuals is associated with a group called NAR WATCH ISRAEL. This group condemns virtually every Israeli charismatic ministry as being part of the “deceptive” NAR. We felt that a response was needed.

What I learned, from watching the video that my Israeli brothers produced, is that there is a very clear litmus test to know if your pastor is part of the NAR. In my video segment, I go through 10 of these. Not only do I not believe any of these 10 doctrines—I don’t know anyone who does. Check it out!

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Since when did believing for: revival in the end times, the restoration of the church and Eph. 4:11 ministry make you a heretic? And what is this crazy NAR?

Since I was in Bible college in in 1985, I have been a “restorationist.” —the belief that God is in the process of restoring His body to New Testament likeness and as a dual restorationist, that God is restoring Israel. (only a braindead theologian could deny God’s restoration of Israel at this point!) This was before Tikkun was birthed and before I met Dan Juster, Asher Intrater or Eitan Shishkoff. It was, however, what attracted me to them. When I heard there was a group of men who rejected the royal pastor model (where one leader has all the power), believed in team ministry based on the Ephesians 4:11 model, and embraced accountability in a Messianic Jewish context, I knew these were people with whom I could build.

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Macron loses his temper at Israel police at church, while in Israel to honor liberation of Auschwitz.  Israeli security detail accidentally followed him into the church, which french territory. Lighten Pal, that are just trying to protect you! The Time of Israel is reporting:

“French President Emmanuel Macron’s verbal altercation with Israeli police may have been caused by the Israeli officers posted to his security detail accidentally following him into the Church of St. Anne in the Old City of Jerusalem, which is reportedly French territory where Israeli police do not have jurisdiction.

“There’s no clear confirmation yet from Macron’s office as to the cause of his ire.”

This happened not long after Macron had a great visit with President Reuven Rivlin, saying to the Israeli leader, “We decided to talk about the issue of anti-Zionism as anti-Semitism in a direct and clear way. Anti-Zionism is not different from anti-Semitism,” according to Rivlin’s office.

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Most believers have no issue with the idea that the Jewish people were the chosen people of the one true God in the Old Covenant. But what about today? What about the Jewish people who have embraced Jesus? Are they part of what Paul calls the “irrevocable call” in Romans 11:29? And, if so, what does that mean?

As leaders, in Israel, we have been discussing this issue.

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