Newsletter  Vol 15, No 12     December 2006

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UNDER THE
SHADOW OF
THE ALMIGHTY
Kehilat
Poriya
While I Rode
The Bus Home


What does Plato's well known analogy on reality have to do with the Church and Messianic Judaism? Plato described life in a cave with its dim lights and shadows as an analogy for those who live in the world of sensory experience and never come to a true understanding of reality or the full light of day. The shadows moving on the walls are mistaken for reality. For Plato, reality was his realm of true intellectual ideas. For me the analogy speaks of the reality of Kingdom life in power over against the dim light and shadows that typifies most of the Western Church.

THE SPIRIT POURED OUT

From the late 1960s through the 1980s there was a great move of God, especially among America's young people. Literally millions were swept into the Kingdom of God. Some of these millions were Jews who are constituents of today's Messianic congregations. This was a thrilling time. Many who came to Yeshua had vibrant testimonies of His revealing Himself. These were supernatural stories. These new believers attended worship services that often lasted for many hours. We attended one meeting that went from 6:30pm to 11:30pm every Sunday evening. True seekers visited and were met by God.

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