Preaching Salvation to Israel and the Nations

Cain Celebrates Christmas

One of the more famous stories in the Bible is the one of Cain and Able.  It is taught in Sunday schools and most people are at least nominally familiar with it.  The tale of two brothers where they offer their sacrifices but only the younger one’s is accepted.  Cain is upset and God asks him why.  The Lord says in Gen 4:5-7 “So Cain became very angry and his countenance fell. Then the Lord said to Cain, “Why are you angry? And why has your countenance fallen?  If you do well, will not your countenance be lifted up? And

Building Biblical Community

When in 1998 I stopped fighting God and gave my life to Him, the very first thing He told me was that I was going back to my people to share the message with them.  I knew that my destiny was to speak to the Jewish people on God’s behalf about His Messiah.  Then I believe God made me a couple of promises and one of them was that I would see revival amongst the Jewish community in Toronto.  All these years later, we’re still working to see that promise fulfilled.

The Jewish population of Toronto is about 200,000 and

Are You On Solid Food Yet?

When the writer to the Hebrews wanted to speak of Melchizedek, he was prevented from doing so because those in the community were still spiritual babes.  The priesthood of Melchizedek (melech – king, tzedek – righteousness) is a mysterious one as he lived in the time of Abraham, long before Levi, was chosen to be the priestly tribe.  He is claimed to be a type of Messiah in that he was “without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life, but made like the Son of God, he remains a priest perpetually” (Heb 7:3).