What’s ahead for the Jewish New Year, 5781? Troy Brewer shares his prophetic insights.
Get your digital copy of Numbers That Preach by Troy Brewer: https://bit.ly/35Sa8o3 It’s what numbers mean to God that counts! You are not random. Your Bible, your history books, and even your newspaper headlines are full of God shouting a powerful message of hope and healing. The same Author who designed 24,900 miles around the planet, also calculated 24 hours around your clock, and predetermined 24 elders around the throne. But unless you know what God is consistently speaking through the number 24, you miss the message.
In fact, you don’t even know there is a message. Numbers That Preach is a fascinating look at the otherwise hidden sermons God is declaring through His mathematical lingo. For more than 20 years, author Troy Brewer has studied Biblical texts and and found them saturated with facts, figures and statistics that show powerful meanings in the numbers around us. They declare that God is and His purposes are about you!
Troy Brewer is the founding and senior pastor of OpenDoor Church in Burleson, Texas. He is known for his relevant and authentic teachings, amazing insights, and studies on the wonders of God including astronomy, numbers, typology, and times and seasons. He has a radical love for Jesus and a passion for serving people beyond the norm.
It is time to act, for that which we have been anticipating and waiting for so long is now upon us.
Yes, the Lord God Almighty, the One seated on His heavenly throne, had His Hebrew prophets speak centuries ago to His people of this time.
So, what is happening that you and me need to be so observant of?
The nation of Israel was rebirth in 1948.
The city of Jerusalem was united in 1967.
The Holy Spirit has been poured out on the nations, as signs and wonders reveal His power and glory in our time.
The One New Man is coming together, as Jews and Gentiles, believers in Jesus Christ, Yeshua HaMashiach, unite.
And Jews from around the world are returning to the promised land, Israel, making Aliyah. Prophesied through Jeremiah, Isaiah, Ezekiel, and more…they are coming home by the thousands as it is becoming a priority for them, prompt by the Lord God of Israel Himself.
Yes, it is time. It is time to act.
Ahava and shalom,
Steve Martin, Founder/President Love For His People ministry
This book is dedicated to my friends, Jews and Gentiles, who are actively involved in helping Jews make aliyah, returning to Israel during this prophetic, historic time we live in.
Men and women such as Dean Bye, Return Ministries in Ontario, Canada; Chaim Malespin, Aliyah Return Center in the Galilee, Israel; Nissim and Hadassah Lerner, His Lighthouse, Inc. near Jerusalem, Israel; Richard and Carolyn Hyde, Heart of G_d Ministry in the Galilee of Israel; and Rabbi Kokeb Gedamu, of Congregation Amud HaEsh in Jerusalem.
Together, with our ministry so named Love For His People at its foundational year in 2010, we are uniting with so many more ministries and organizations to be a part of what our Lord is doing in the nations.
To these I dedicate this book.
Steve Martin, Founder/President, Love For His People, Inc. Charlotte, North Carolina, USA Aug. 15, 2020
Therefore, the focus of conservative activists such as Ralph Reed is on court appointments in the Senate and working with the administration on executive action such as the Department of Health and Human Services’ latest conscience protection. The Faith and Freedom Coalition has a full team of lobbyists in Washington who work on these issues every day. Reed told me he and others are meanwhile building infrastructure and getting ready for 2020. “I want to turn out the biggest Christian vote in U.S. history in 2020,” he said.
What Will You Do on Election Day? Part 1 (Ep. 77)7 Minutes – September 8th 2020The U.S. presidential election on Nov. 3 will impact Christians for generations to come. We also must fight government corruption and more. Listen to learn more about why the Christian vote matters in 2020 and how groups with radical tactics are trying to turn the election in their favor.Listen Now
What Will You Do on Election Day? Part 2 (Ep. 78)11 Minutes – September 8th 2020Host Stephen Strang continues his discussion on why the Christian vote matters in 2020. In part 2, hear more on the tactics being used to flip states to Democrat control and about what socialism really is.Listen Now
The attacks that have left Christians in a defensive mode are only getting worse. Even respected thinker and author David Horowitz warns that the rising attacks on Christians and their beliefs threaten all Americans—including Jews such as himself. His book Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America should be required reading for anyone wanting to understand objectively what is going on in our mixed-up culture.
First, he lays down how radicalism began in the 1960s as activists started implementing Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. Horowitz explains that was when Democrats started showing their hatred for their political opponents, a departure from traditional American dissent. They began dehumanizing and delegitimizing anyone—including Bible-believing Christians—who disagreed with their left-wing, socialist agenda. Horowitz wrote:
“Stigmatizing one’s opponent is a classic radical tactic. It is the 13th rule of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it.” Attack your opponents personally and cut them off from any possibility of sympathy. That is why radicals paint their political opponents as homophobes, xenophobes and Islamophobes. They’re not just good-but-misguided people whose religious convictions have led them to a contrasting viewpoint. They are bad people possessed by irrational fears of ‘the others’ because they are different.”
These dehumanizing terms became cultural norms by the 1990s when political correctness came on the scene—and it applied to everything, not just politics. Today political correctness has gotten so out of control it borders on the ridiculous. For instance, as I write this, Berkeley, California, has just banned the use of gender-specific words such as “manhole” and “manpower” from its municipal code and requires the terms to be replaced with “maintenance hole” and “human effort.” And I recently heard on the radio that in San Francisco, the homeless must now be called “urban campers.” I couldn’t confirm that later, so maybe someone made it up. But it shows how ridiculous things have become.
Fighting for Common Sense
When I interviewed him for this book, conservative radio talk show host Dennis Prager shared a sentiment about political correctness similar to Horowitz’s. “The Left are Orwell’s friends,” he said. “They won’t say ‘illegal immigrant’—you can’t even use the title ‘illegal alien.’ Rather, it’s ‘undocumented immigrant.’ They might as well call bank robberies ‘undocumented withdrawals.'”
Donald Trump might not be the first politician to claim to stand up to political correctness, but he definitely took the fight to a whole new level. He wasn’t an ideological conservative as much as he was just a street fighter for common sense. Trump’s only ideology seems to be patriotism, as Horowitz points out.
During his campaign this was manifest in his concern about not only the state of the country but also the short shrift America had been given in global trade deals, the trillions wasted in foreign wars for which there was no gain and what Horowitz calls the “porous state of its borders and the precarious condition of its security. [Indeed] his campaign themes made his patriotism clear: “Make America prosperous again, make America safe again, make America strong again, make America great again.”
He goes on to say that the “haters on the left, in the Democratic Party and the media generally, have twisted Trump’s patriotism and condemned it as jingoistic and bigoted bravado.” They’ve done the same by extension to his supporters, many of whom are evangelical Christians. I’ve observed that even though Jewish people often don’t understand the evangelical subculture, Horowitz is a clear thinker who accurately wrote: “Anyone sympathetic to the unapologetic patriotism of religious people could understand why they were solidly for Trump, despite his flaws.”
Horowitz wraps up his book by explaining that Trump seemed to empathize with this community of Christians under attack because he seemed to understand that the same attacks imperiled America’s social contract. And Bible-believing Christians in turn continue to support Trump through thick and thin going into the 2020 election because they know that with his election in 2016, what Horowitz calls “the long night of weak Republican leadership and inadequate defense of the Republic was over.”
We Can’t Get Complacent
Since Trump’s election the crazy extremes of the Left make you wonder if it is shooting itself in the head. And if it is, in a way, that’s a good thing. It’s like the maxim that paraphrases Napoleon: “Never interfere with an enemy while he’s in the process of destroying himself.” But if the Left is destroying itself with no vision other than socialism or opposition to Trump, our side must still never become complacent.
“We can’t be like a head football coach who gets up in the locker room before the big game and tells the team, ‘Hey, don’t worry. We’re going to win by four touchdowns,'” Reed opined. “No, you should tell them that this game may easily be decided by a field goal with a second left on the clock. Play like that. Play like every single snap could determine the difference between victory and defeat. I don’t want anybody going into 2020 thinking we’ve got it in the bag. I think that was one of the big mistakes Hillary Clinton and the Democrats made in 2016. They were overconfident. They underestimated their opposition, and they paid for it.”
The Democrats will definitely bring their A game to the 2020 election, and as I discuss in the next chapter, that’s why Christians need to be aware of all the reasons Trump could lose.