Some years ago I was talking with someone, let's call her Jane Doe for now, about a certain matter (I actually forget now what it was), and in response to her strained use of a certain scripture, I said "Jane, you really need to look at that verse in its proper context".
"What do you mean by that? What's context?" Jane replied.
I began to explain, but before I had chance to progress beyond a few sentences she interrupted me with "Oh, I don't need all that, I have the Holy Spirit!"
by Michael Nissim (Translated from Hebrew by Annie Nissim)
Dr. Michael Rudolph is a senior member of Tikkun Ministries. He is an elder in a Tikkun congregation and has served as a congregational elder together with Asher Intrater. He is part of the Tikkun America Executive Team, a Tikkun regional council leader and is considered an emissary of Tikkun. He also established and managed a theological college for Tikkun.1
by Michael Nissim
Dr. Daniel Juster does not believe one must believe in Jesus Christ in order to be saved.
In the chapter entitled "Salvation and Jews who do not know Yeshua" (from his book "Jewish Roots"), he makes, among others, the following arguments: . . .
Part One: Levels of Authority
What kind of authority is being claimed by our local NAR “apostles” of Tikkun and Revive here in Israel? Rabbi Glenn Blank, a member of “Senior Apostle” Dan Juster’s Tikkun America Executive Team spells it out for us. One would expect him, if anyone, to accurately understand what level of authority his own apostolic leaders are admitting to claiming. . . .
Take this picture with its captions. The idea of these two not being associated with each other is absurd isn't it? History shows us that these two wicked men were allies, supported each other and made common cause during WW2. Along with Japan these two entered into in a formal alliance called the Tripartite Pact. This photograph, taken in context of the other historical evidence, reveals that there was indeed a very real "guilt by association" between these two. . . .
Many Israeli believers are completely unaware of the unbiblical nature of the Spiritual Warfare practices that are so rampant amongst charismatic congregations and ministries, particularly those imitating IHOP. Sadly, bad doctrine among Israeli and Israel-supporting believers also leaves them very open to being gulled by anything with an Israel or Jewish label on it, like this example from David Silver's Out of Zion Ministries, claiming to be a “revelation of the Spirit”. . .
I have noticed recently a number of references by the adherents ( here and here) of our local trio of false apostles to the early 20th preacher John G. Lake. Lake is often hailed as a great hero of the faith, especially by the prosperity prophets and televangelist money preachers like Kenneth Copeland. However the minions of our pseudo-apostles are not the only ones advocating Lake's ministry and teachings. There is a complete network of "healing rooms" established in this country under the auspices of NAR-apostle Cal Pierce (of the Bethel Redding Zoo run by NAR-apostle Bill Johnson), who want to recover Lake's legacy and impart it to the Body here. Click here for an information sheet on Lake and the Healing Rooms movement and you will see why any Bible-respecting believer should stay far far away from this.
Imagine visiting the doctor because of what appears to be a minor ailment only to discover that you have a malignant cancer consuming your body, and which has already reached an advanced stage. You would not greet such news with apathy and say ‘it’s not my problem.’ You might be astonished that you were not aware of the disease and its progress earlier, but once the doctor tells you what the signs were, it becomes clear that symptoms were actually present early on, yet went unrecognised.