It is our desire to have a biblical balance on the issues concerning apostolic and prophetic gifts today. One of the keys to find such a balance is the phrase, "For we know in part and we prophesy in part" (1 Corinthians 13:9) ...
Love is the greatest commandment. As we continue to love, our love grows more mature. In that experience of maturity, we have more patience and humility. The more we know, the more we realize how much we don't know. We give place to the fact that others will know and see things that we do not. This attitude preserves unity and prevents divisiveness ...
The phrase, "we prophesy in part", can be looked at in two ways ...
Daniel Juster: The Anti-Tradition Charismatics
Eitan Shishkoff: Shifting Seasons
Guy Cohen: The True Light
Leon Mazin: Aliyah News
Asher Intrater: Attitudes toward Tribulation
Ron Cantor: Trusting God
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Weekly Torah commentary: Tetzaveh
And you, bring near to you Aharon your brother and his sons with him from among the Children of Israel, to priest for Me