© 6 May 2016 Revive Israel Ministries
Romans Eleven Explained
In this message Asher Intrater teaches that in order to see the
fullness of God's plan for Israel, you must first look at the remnant of Jewish
believers in Yeshua. The same can be said about God's plan for the nations.
But the climax will come when both believers in Israel and the nations are
joined together. This fullness will bring Yeshua back and fill the earth with
peace and prosperity. Discover your calling in God's redemptive plan.
The Story of Youval Yanay
In this video Youval Yanay, the CEO of Revive Israel, shares about his upbringing in Tel Aviv and how he as a 5th generation Israeli Jew came to faith in Yeshua the Messiah. To watch in English, click HERE!
We are looking forward to the next major biblical holiday – Shavuot (Pentecost). The outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2 was the first instalment of God's promise to pour out His Spirit on all flesh (Acts 2:17). We gather every year at Shavuot to worship and pray through the night believing for the complete fulfilment of this Shavuot prophecy.
We invite you to join us this year in person or through our live web-stream. The event begins June 11, 2016 at 10pm (Israel time) and continues for 8 hours.
To watch a video interview with Asher Intrater about the vision of Shavuot, click HERE!
For the live web-stream, please go to reviveisrael.org at the time of the event.
Testimony: Salvation in my Family
By Rachel and Gilad (Beit Netanel)
My niece, who is loved by so many, owns a very successful dress boutique in Rishon Lezion. Recently I told her how wonderful it is to see her succeeding. I saw her face fall and she said, “Rachel, I have everything that I ever wanted and I feel nothing—only emptiness and a void in my heart.” I looked in her eyes and said, "You are just like I was. I was successful in TV, in designing clothes and was as successful as I could want, but it did not fill me. Everyone loved me but it brought me no joy."
I told her how I discovered Yeshua and how my life changed completely. Having eternal salvation is the only thing that can bring us joy. Everything else in life is temporary but Yeshua is forever. He filled the empty place in my heart. She grabbed my arm and said, “It is time! I want to hear more! Can you come on Monday?” I told her that of course I would come but in the meantime she must take a notebook and write down all of her questions. Then I will come and teach her all that I know.
She called me every day to remind me to come on Monday. She said that she must change her life. After her call, I put down the phone and shouted for joy! I have shared with her for fifteen years and she was never interested, and now all of a sudden she really wants to hear!
Monday came and she had a million questions. I stayed until 2am teaching and answering as much as I could. She phoned the next morning to say that she was completely filled with excitement, energy and unspeakable joy! She didn’t know what was happening to her.
During our next meeting while we sat and studied the prophecies about Yeshua, she told me about a dream she had where Yeshua said to her, “Come after me.” When I asked her if she was ready to receive Yeshua, she said, “Yes!” She prayed and asked for forgiveness for all of her sins and to receive Yeshua. She shouted with joy and then told me she was going to raise her family to be believers.
Kalah - Bride
By Asher Intrater
We as the group of people on earth who believe in Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel and Savior of the world, are referred to as His bride. The Hebrew word here is Kalah - כלה . Kalah particularly refers to a bride betrothed before the wedding. In this way we are betrothed now by covenant but have not yet consumed the marriage.
Kalah also is the affectionate term for the wife after marriage, as a husband still refers to his wife as "my bride."
There is a sense of bridal intimacy and pleasure as during the "honeymoon" period. The root of the word Kalah is found in Jeremiah 2:2 as God saying He remembers our bridal intimacy when the people of Israel followed Him in the first stages of love in the desert.
In Hebrew the word Kalah also means daughter in law. So each of my sons' wives is his Kalah - bride but she is also a Kalah to me and Betty as our daughter in law. Some call this a "daughter in love."
So the identity of the Kalah is twofold. The first is to the husband and the second is to the son's father.
In this way we all have a twofold identity as well. We are a beloved Kalah to Yeshua and we are also a beloved Kalah to our heavenly Father.