Dr. Brown Interviews Ron Cantor and then Opens up Some Key Messianic Prophecies

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Messianic Jewish believer Ron Cantor shares his powerful testimony and then examines some of the most important Messianic prophecies on this Jewish outreach Thursday.

 

Hour 1:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Yes, the real Jesus is kosher, Yeshua the Messiah, the One who makes God known, a light to the Nations, and the One given by covenant to the nation of Israel.


Hour 2:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: After Jesus rose from the dead, He did not only say, “Look at me. It’s me”; He also said, “Look at the Bible, the Jewish Bible. It’s written about me in the law of Moses, the prophets, and the Psalms.” That’s how we know that we know that He is the Messiah of Israel.

 

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Meet Ron Cantor!!
Messianic Jewish Communicator Ron Cantor embraced Yeshua as an 18-year-old, drug-using agnostic. He then attended Christ for the Nations and Messiah Biblical Institute where Ron received his degree. Ron served on the pastoral team at Beth Messiah Congregation in Rockville, Maryland, before heading overseas to Ukraine and Hungary where he and his wife Elana trained nationals for Jewish Ministry. Ron then served on the faculty of the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry.Ron also serves with TIKKUN International (Hebrew for Restoration), a Messianic Jewish Apostolic Network of congregations and ministries. TIKKUN is dedicated to seeing the restoration of Israel and the Church. Ron travels throughout the U.S. and abroad sharing passionately on the Jewish Roots of Christianity and God’s broken heart for His ancient people Israel. Ron has been privileged to bring the Jewish Roots message to Brazil, Ukraine, Switzerland, France, Russia, Hungary, Israel, Germany, Argentina and most recently to Uganda and Nigeria.  Read more here.

Messiah’s Mandate

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  1. I wonder how much of the Bible is about Jesus.

    I think the very first verse of it is about him though it might not be readily seen. I say this because later on it says that God created all things by him. (Col 1:16)

    Col 1:13 says that God delivered us from the power of darkness and brought us into his kingdom
    of Christ, and in the verse before this it speaks of an inheritance of the saints in light.

    So now I think of the next few verses of Genesis
    considering that these works of God speak of his coming into this world being born of the Spirit and the flesh, and coming to be as one of us, who were made in the image of God.

    And so I wonder if all the rest of chapter one speaks of a new heaven and earth where all that God made in this one which are given mention here,
    are a pattern or shadow of the one that will follow.

    And I consider that the evenings and the mornings speak of his suffering as well as ours, and how God delivers us by his light. To us that light is Christ. He’s the light God has given us.

    In chapter 3, how about the tree of life? Does that speak of Christ? I believe it does. But it seems that Adam and Eve couldn’t partake of it because of their disobedience and were destined to die without eating it’s fruit by the which they could have lived forever. Sin had separated them from the garden of Eden where they had communed with God.

    And Able’s sacrifices that he brought to God being acceptable, speak of Jesus and the cross.

  2. Dr. Brown.

    I wonder if you have ever read the Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur Machzor of the Ashkenazi tradition? I heard someone say that in the prayer they say between the first set of soundings and the second set of soundings on Rosh Hashanah, they call upon the name of Yeshua the Prince and the Minister of the Face of Hashem? Can you can confirm if this is true?

    I heard the Chief Rabbi of Copenhagen say that if the Christians had not kidnapped the Messiah, Yeshua would be considered to be the one of the greatest, if not the greatest rabbi in the history of Judaism.

  3. Gil,

    No, we moved all of FIRE from Pensacola to NC in 2003, and our school is the only one that has continued, by God’s grace, to this day. We have some sister schools, however, in other parts of the country and the world.

  4. Here’s a messianic prophecy from John:

    John 1:32,33
    And John bare record, saying, I saw the Spirit decend from heaven like a dove, and it abode upon him.
    And I knew him not: but he that sent me to baptize with water, the same said unto me, Upon whom thou shalt see the Spirit descending, and remaining on him, the same is he which baptizeth with the Holy Ghost.

    And there’s another one like it where it speaks of Jesus baptizing with the Holy Spirit and with fire, something I believe happened on that Pentecost day written of in Acts 2. (Matt 3:11)

    I too received the baptism of the holy Spirit and the proof of it was speaking in tongues, for I had heard the gospel, and believed, receiving the words of life that came from Jesus, and those words filled me with his life that is from above.

    Though it was quite a while after I had aready heard the gospel, I still by faith received the evidence of being filled with the Spirit of God and that evidence was speaking in tongues.

    I had heard others do it. They taught me all about it. All my questions were answered so there was no more room for any doubt, and I felt led, drawn, and called of God to do it also. After learning enough about it, I decided to receive it from God and began to pray about it. I was aware of the promises of God as Jesus told of concerning God giving good gifts, the things of the Spirit.

    I prayed earnestly and I decided to speak in tongues as the Spirit of God would give me what to say. He did by his Spirit, and I spoke what was
    within my spiritual ability to receive by way of the new creation (which is Christ in me, the new man) being connected by faith and the Spirit of Christ, to God the Father.

    Now as a son of his, I spoke what was given for me to say, and what he gave me was as I said it, or maybe I should say that it was as quick as anything I know of, and I said it as soon as I decided to say whatever it would be. As God supplied it I spoke it, and it began to flow.

    Now this is a sign that Jesus is the messiah, for it was by faith that I came to God by him and his work at the cross for me.

    No one can speak in tongues without having the leading of the holy Spirit. No one can do it without being filled by God with what to say as they say it. I suppose that’s why it’s a sign.

    One must be born again as Jesus said. (John 3:3-8)

    Now if you believe that the Spirit of God moved upon Mary and that Jesus came forth from God, that he is the light of this world, and that Jesus was born into this world in the flesh, consider that you have received of the Spirit of God concerning that which Jesus was speaking of to Nicodemus.

    Here’s something to consider, Who is the “we” in John 3:11? Could it be the same as those in Gen 1:26? (KJV)

    What I find intersting in this is the fulfillment
    of the prophecies of John the baptist mentioned above which are about Jesus, and these things could not happen if he were not the messiah.

    Also of interest is that a man may speak in tongues faster and longer (without a break) than he can speak in his own native language, for when a man speaks in his own language, he has to decide what to say, though it may come to him as quick as anything else God may give in a tongue, but if he is simply speaking of himself, he still has to think about what to say and then decide to speak it.

    That takes a bit of mental effort. It occupies the mind. It occupies the brain with this work.

    But when a man speaks in tongues, his mind is not occupied with deciding what to say, for that is given to his tongue by the Spirit of God.

    That is why a man may listen to a radio broadcast, or read a book, and be speaking in tongues silently at the same time as long as he doesn’t let the sounds he hears with his mind distract him too much.

    If he is involved in deep mental thought, figuring out a math problem, or listening very attentively to some very detailed information, he will likely stop speaking in tongues in order to consentrate more fully on what’s going on, and then later go back to speaking in tongues.

    Now what’s intersting in this is that people who do not have the Spirit of Christ, they can not speak in tongues, for they have not believed in the birth by the Spirit of God which Jesus spoke of to Nicodemus, something concerning Jesus no doubt.

    So a man who speaks in tongues can out speak by both speed and longevity any unbeliever who does not believe in Jesus as the messiah. All he has to do is speak in tongues, and it is a sign. (I Cor 14:22)

    It’s a sign that Jesus is the messiah, and it is true.

  5. The reason I say a man can speak faster in tongues than a man who speaks by his understanding is that a man who speaks by his understanding will take a pause, and the one who speaks in a tongue can keep on going for the Spirit of God will be there for the man providing all he needs to keep on speaking, for the Spirit of God is faithful, never failing, and it seems to me that speaking in tongues is a gift God gave for us to do, we opperating it by the Spirit that God has freely given us by Jesus Christ.

    One can not speak in tonges faster than he can speak with his understanding, for one can speak only as fast as one can speak, but if we consider that one speaking with his understanding will pause, and if he is speaking in tongues he might continue without a pause, letting it flow as God gives it, then in that sense, it will be faster, for one who continues in something without a break
    will do more of it in a given amount of time than one who will stop sometimes at what he is doing.

    If we give something that isn’t perfect or pure, then that part of it didn’t come from God.

  6. It seems to me that if Jesus prophesied about himself being in his disciples (John 14:17, I Cor 15:45) then that would be a messianic prophecy.

    The spirit of truth was in Jesus who dwelt with the disciples and as Jesus himself would later become a quickening spirit, as I Cor 15:45 says, and according to the mystery of the Apostle Paul in Col 1:27, then it seems that the spirit of truth Jesus spoke of in John 14:17, became known later on (at times) as Christ himself.

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