Did you miss the B’ney Yosef North America Summit in Mesa, Arizona? Maybe you would appreciate this sample of the proceedings:
This is the wildest rendition of the Parable of the Prodigal Son you will ever see. Dr. Iglahliq Suuqiina of Indigenous Messengers International, Hanoch Young of Kol Yehuda, and Mikell Clayton of Joined to Hashem collaborated to tell the parable in a moving way, and in the process created one of the greatest comedy routines ever presented at a Hebrew Roots conference!
There is much more to share about the Summit, which is why video and audio recordings of the gathering will be available soon! BYNA is accepting preorders for DVDs, CDs, and digital downloads. Just fill out this form:
There is no doubt that God works in big, dramatic ways. The problem for most of us is that we are so inclined to expect Him to do so that we miss the miracles happening right in front of us. For example, consider this prophecy we read about in Jeremiah:
“Therefore behold, the days are coming,” says the Lord, “that it shall no more be said, ‘The Lord lives who brought up the children of Israel from the land of Egypt,’ but, ‘The Lord lives who brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north and from all the lands where He had driven them.’ For I will bring them back into their land which I gave to their fathers.” (Jeremiah 16:14-15 NKJV)
This is the Second Exodus. It is so important that YHVH had Jeremiah record it twice (see Jeremiah 23:7-8). In fact, this restoration of the entire nation of Israel is the largest single prophetic topic in all of Scripture. Yeshua’s disciples asked Him about it just before He left them (Acts 1:6). The reason they asked was that He had accomplished so many other Messianic prophecies, but since He had not restored the Kingdom to Israel, and so they wanted to know when He would do so.
By the way, that is also a question our Jewish brethren have – if Yeshua of Nazareth really is Messiah, why is Israel not completely regathered from the nations with a son of David ruling over them from Zion? It’s a valid question. Those of us from the Christian side of the house are satisfied with the answer that Messiah comes twice: first as the Suffering Servant (Messiah son of Joseph), and then as the Conquering King (Messiah son of David). Our Jewish brethren are not satisfied with that answer, which is why the greatest test before us all in this day is whether we can still get along on terms of mutual acceptance and respect in the expectation that God Himself will reveal the full answer to all of us in His timing.
As for the Second Exodus, we are prone to expect that it will unfold in ways similar to the First Exodus. You know: the prophet and his brother confront the mighty dictator, supernatural judgments rain down from heaven, the seas split, and the people are delivered. That sort of thing.
But what if the Second Exodus happens differently? What if it’s not so dramatic? Would we still recognize it as a miracle? Would we praise God because He had done something even greater than the Exodus from Egypt?
Hanoch Young has been reaching out to Ephraim for over two decades – long before most of us who identify as Ephraimites even knew what that meant! Why does he do it? That’s something we will ask when he joins us on the Remnant Road!
Hanoch is back in the United States on another speaking tour, this time with a stirring presentation called, “For Such a Time as This”. He will share with us some of his insights from this message, as well as his observations on the continuing awakening of the House of Joseph/Ephraim. Listen, be inspired, and then meet Hanoch in person when he comes to a location near you!
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