What is happening on the reservations and in the hearts of First Nations people across this continent? The people the world has known as American Indians have always been deeply spiritual. Many of them have cultural memories and prophecies that prepared them for the gospel of redemption brought by Christians over the centuries. Sadly, that same Christian message of freedom in Jesus Christ (Yeshua the Messiah) was accompanied by a less-than-charitable perception among European Americans that native ways were unredeemable and had to be eradicated. The results were predictable, and tragic – and have hindered the progress of American Natives toward their own redemptive destiny in the Kingdom plans of the Creator.
See what God is doing today in the hearts of First Nations people. A new documentary reveals this in a dramatic way. Here is the trailer for Awakened: The Spiritual Destiny of the First Americans –
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The first day of the Bney Yosef (Sons of Joseph) National Congress has concluded with great promise. The delegates gathered at Ariel, Israel, among the hills of Samaria, are united in the understanding that the time has come at last for the Lord God to fulfill His promises to restore all of Israel in preparation for Messiah’s coming to establish His throne in Jerusalem.
It was my honor and privilege to present the first address to the Congress. This presentation on Israelite identity met with a positive reception from the assembly. I share it here as a glimpse into the matters we are deliberating.
Foundations of Northern Israelite (Ephraimite) National Identity
Albert Jackson McCarn
presented at the First Bney Yosef National Congress
May 26, 2015
By this time I hope that all of us have had our first “moment” here in the Land. You who have enjoyed such an experience know what I mean: it is that instant when you know you are home at last. On Shavuot I had the honor of being present when such a moment came upon one of our brethren at the Kotel (Western Wall) in Jerusalem. Another brother shared his moment at the Har Bracha (Mount Gerizim, the Mount of Blessing; Deuteronomy 11:29, 27:12-13; Joshua 8:33) yesterday. My moment came last week at Caesarea. Allow me to share it with you.