Just a Thought

Creation vs Invention

God created all things from nothing, which is often called ex-nihilo, a Latin phrase literally meaning out of nothing. In the beginning, before anything existed, God created all things by the power of His Word. He said “Let there be…,” and there was, and it was good. In fact, everything he created was very good […]


Do we have any debt to the Jews?

It is always refreshing to read about Jewish missions by other Christians and particularly those of the Reformed persuasion. Unfortunately, nowadays they are rare. In Table Talk magazine’s November 2014 issue, published by Ligonier Ministries and R.C. Sproul, the devotion for Nov 17 was titled – “Our Debt to the Jews.” The verses cited were […]


One of Yom Kippur’s Prayers

  The Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur in Hebrew, is considered the holiest day of the year for Jewish people, even for the secular. In Israel, it is a unique day when all vehicles halt for about 26 hours. Adults walk on freeways and highways, and children ride bikes, scooters, tricycles and other fun means […]

Current affairs

The Holocaust Memorial Day

  This year is the 70th anniversary of Allied Forces conquering the German Nazi forces. It is in many ways the conquest of good over evil, and shouting “enough is enough.” More than six million Jews were murdered in horrible acts of the total depravity of man, in the most inhuman treatment of young, old […]

Just a Thought

His Faithfulness

  After some consideration and prayer, I have decided to jump into the deep water of blogging. There are many reasons, but suffice it to say that there is a need to raise yet another voice from Israel by a Jewish believer from a reformed perspective. Much is happening in the land of Israel, and […]