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When I was in Bible School back in the 80’s, we used to joke: Was that a prophetic word or a “pathetic”word? It is no longer a joke. The state of the prophetic world is, in a word, pathetic.

In August of last year, I felt compelled to confront a leader in the prophetic movement after he attacked someone bringing credible charges of sexual immortally against Todd Bentley. This leader actually spokes curses of the man. A panel of mature leaders investigated the charges and concluded that Mr. Bentley was unfit for ministry. (Bentley, thanks the panel [depending on which broadcast your watch—earlier it was something like a ‘witch-hunt’, but has no plans to stop ministering.)

And, now, what has transpired since then is one of the most immature, ugly, mafia-style campaigns I have ever seen. Accusations of homosexuality, adultery, lying, and every kind of evil are being leveled from one “prophet” against another. His team of enablers and maybe coconspirators, are threatening people with exposure. I have never seen something so disgusting my life. The world behaves better than this!

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Ron Cantor traces God’s hand throughout history to reveal how the almighty restored the language of Hebrew and the nation of Israel.

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As we continue to discuss the relationship between Jews and Gentiles in the kingdom—establishing that we are equal—we can now look at the unique call on Israel and how the Roman church resented it.

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In our final blog on the subject, we want to talk about the role of the nations. God loves the nations! In fact, I will show you that we maintain our ethnic identity after death.

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There is so much confusion regarding Jews and Gentles in the New Covenant. Are Jewish believers still Jews? Do Gentiles need to keep Torah? Are non-Jews second class believers? Has God rejected Israel? In these three blogs we hope to answer these questions, but more importantly make the case that there is equality in the kingdom, and only once we see that equality can we appreciate our distinctions.

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