Here’s what is coming up on The Remnant Road on Hebrew Nation Radio for Monday, May 29:
Donald Trump has just completed his first overseas journey as President of the United States. He started in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he was awarded the Order of King Abdul Aziz, concluded a $110 billion arms deal, addressed the Arab Summit, and joined King Salman and President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt in opening the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology. Then he went directly to Israel, where he visited the Western Wall (the first sitting president to do so), met with President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and conferred with President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority. From Israel, Mr. Trump flew to Rome to meet with Pope Francis, then to Brussels for meetings with European Union and NATO leaders, and finally back to Italy for the G7 Summit in Sicily.
The Remnant Road, with co-hosts Al McCarn and Daniel Holdings, is the Monday edition of the Hebrew Nation Morning Show. You can listen live at 11:00–1:00 EST, 8:00-10:00 PST at http://hebrewnationonline.com/, and on podcast at any time.
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How big is the Torah Awakening? It’s big enough to motivate the CEO of the world’s largest Christian website to write a book about it.
The book is The Restitution of All Things: Israel, Christians, and the End of the Age, by Joseph Farah, Chairman, and CEO of World Net Daily. The description of Farah’s work says:
The Restitution of All Things is a primer on the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith that will forever give you a new appreciation of the work Jesus did on the cross, and will answer these provocative questions:
– What does the Bible clearly teach about the ultimate solution to the Middle East conflict?
– Is the story of the New Testament really grace vs law? Or has grace always been around and is the law forever?
– What is the ultimate destination of redeemed mankind – heaven or earth?
– Why is there so much focus in the prophecy world on events leading up to the return of Jesus and so little about what follows?
– What is the central conflict Jesus has in the gospels and what was the great error of the Pharisees?
– Is it possible today’s believers in Jesus could be making the same error as the Pharisees of His time?
– Have Christians replaced Israel as the people of promise?
In promoting the book, WND recently published the report of an interview Paul Maguire conducted with Farah on GodTV two years ago in which he outlines many of the ideas presented in the new work. Enjoy reading the article, which is reposted below, and then consider not only looking at Farah’s book, but at the questions he asks.
Published in World Net Daily, January 29, 2017
When the Jewish people finally received their Messiah, the vast majority did not recognize Him.
When He returns, will Christians make the same mistake?
That’s the fear WND founder Joseph Farah expressed in an interview with Paul McGuire on “Apocalypse and the End Times” on GodTV. It was part of a wide-ranging conversation about how the last days will be far different than what many believers expect.
“Who is Jesus and how is he going to come back?” Farah asked. “You know, a lot of people missed Jesus the first time He came. Most of the Jews did not recognize Him as their Messiah. They had a misunderstanding of how the Messiah was going to come. And they were going a lot by man’s teaching rather than going back to the Scriptures. And I wonder, when Jesus does come back, if many people in the church are going to miss Him too.”
Millions of Americans prayed for a miracle. A miracle happened. Now keep praying.
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It is election time in the United States and Americans are realizing that our political system has produced a dismal choice of candidates to lead this nation. “The lesser of two evils” is the apt description of the decision voters will face on election day – provided they decide to vote, that is. Perhaps the greater question, however, is how we got to such a place. What has happened to American society that we must deliver the nation’s fate into the hands of leaders whose character is at best questionable?
This is the backdrop for a series of what may be called prophetic political discussions on Hebrew Nation Radio’s The Remnant Road. The guests on these programs present slightly different views on the topic, but their conclusions are strikingly similar. Philip Haney, a retired Federal law enforcement officer, approaches the subject as an insider who did his best to alert the government about Islamist infiltration, only to suffer bureaucratic backlash. Michael Payne comes from the perspective of a Spirit-filled freelance journalist who has observed the creeping apostasy of the organized church in America. Douglas J. Hagmann contributes his experience as an investigator who has gained an understanding of the hidden forces shaping the fate of America and the world.
The conclusions these men reach should come as no surprise to those who are paying attention. The United States, and the world in general, has come to a point of great moral decay largely because the people of God have ceased to hold fast to YHVH’s standards of righteousness. Judgment looms, which is why this current election cycle in America is the most important in the nation’s history.