Abba has come to be a term of endearment of the word Father such as Daddy, Papa, or Dear Father. It is a more intimate expression of the word! “We have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father” (Romans 8:15). To call God “Father” is to acknowledge that we have been born into the family of God, that we are joint heirs with Christ, and that we are going to be with Him forever. Let us not forget He is still the sovereign and Holy Lord and the significance of the word “Father” is one of a reverent and respectful address of God, our Father. “But now, O Lord, You are our Father, We are the clay, and You our potter; And all of us are the work of Your hand.” (Isaiah 64:8)
Every time I listen to Rabbi’s teachings, my heart softens and tears run down my cheeks.
I have been blessed by supporting your ministry, “pressed down and overflowing”.
Monday was the first day that Karina has not felt pain in her hip, that was the day your ministry prayed for her.
I was very impacted by your Live Broadcast via the Internet.
PRAISE GOD the MRI showed no signs of any growth! Thank you so much for your prayers.
I am so happy that I have found Jesus again!
Rabbi cares so much about people all over the world, the love is overwhelming.
I have told everyone who will listen that God spoke to me through you.
Thank you for your love, your faithfulness and the words of grace that you speak!
Now I can truly see myself as a child of Abraham.