Who would have a problem watching and working for the fulfillment of biblical prophecy? More people than you may imagine, actually – especially when the prophecies in question concern the Jewish people reclaiming the Promised Land of Israel. That’s what we discuss in this third part of our conversation with Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz of Israel365 News. Eliyahu has written about this in his autobiographical novel, The Master of Return and the Eleventh Light. As you may expect, secular media and governments have an issue with Jewish reclamation of Judea and Samaria, and of Jewish access to the Temple Mount. You may be surprised, though, at who joins them in their objections, and who are the greatest targets of their opposition. 

Ultimately, the issue is whether people are willing to believe what God says. If they believe Him, then they will do as He says. In other words, obeying the commandments of the Lord is the proof of our faith. So which commandments are we to obey? Is anything optional? Barry Phillips and David Jones look into those questions in their midrash, “Each, Every, or All?” As Solomon Lopez and Will Spires share in their music, it’s really a heart matter.

The Master of Return and Eliyahu’s other books are available at Root Source at the following links:

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  1. The idea of believers living in the millennium and learning to obey Torah is foreign to what many of us have learned in Christianity. Mostly we have been taught that we will receive a new body and live in Nirvana. Could it be that Yeshua will continue to present us with challenges?
    I loved all of tonight’s broadcast. Eliyahu is such an interesting man. I especially enjoyed his perspective on Jews living in the diaspora and having zero interest in making aliyah.
    Thanks to all of you for making this program possible.

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