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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • The Season Of The Bikoreem
    Wednesday, September 11, 2019
    2000 years ago on the Day of Pentecost, the Spirit fell on a gathering of Jewish believers in a very specific season. The Bible says Israel is like a fig tree. The fig tree puts forth early figs and late figs. The early figs are called the bikoreem – or the first fruits. When do the bikoreem begin to blossom? They blossom in June – the time of the Feast of Pentecost! So it was during the actual blossoming of the early figs – those first fruits of the fig tree – that the first fruits of Israel – or Israel’s early figs – started to blossom on the day of Pentecost! What does that tell us? Well, if a fig tree has early figs, it will also have late figs. And Israel will have late figs too. The revelation is the children of Israel are due for another revival, another blossoming, and another outpouring of the Holy Spirit. It’s still to come. So pray for the Jewish people and for that day. For when they blossom a second time, it will mean the redemption of the world.
    From Message #1354 - Message to the Fig Tree
    Today's Mission
    Today, pray for the salvation of the Jewish people, pray for their second blossoming. For when it happens, Messiah will come!
    Scripture: Luke 21:29
    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn