Author: Albert McCarn

Hebrew Nation Morning Show – The Remnant Road, 1/15/18

What’s the Big Deal About the Two Houses of Israel? It used to be that the world was divided into two categories of people: Jews and Gentiles. “Israel” meant the Jewish people; everyone else was something other than Israelite. Then paradigms started shifting, and now there’s a new understanding taking shape about who, along with the Jewish people, can be considered Hebrew and part of Israel. That’s the paradigm shift Pete Rambo and Al McCarn address in their forthcoming book, Ten Parts in the King: The Prophesied Reconciliation of God’s Two Witnesses. They introduce the book like this: Ten...

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Hebrew Nation Morning Show – The Remnant Road, 1/8/18

How to Make Things Happen This first walk down The Remnant Road for 2018 is memorable! Al, Barry, and Hanoch start the show with discussion of recent developments in the world and in Israel’s restoration. That sets the stage for our second hour, when we look into the world of intercessory prayer. What is the best thing to do when there is a need – pray about it, or try to fix the problem? The answer is “Yes!” There are several reasons to pray, such as asking God for discernment, telling Him what we think and feel, interceding on...

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Hebrew Nation Morning Show – The Remnant Road, 12/25/17

In Search of Willing hands As we bid farewell to 2017, let’s consider what we might expect in 2018. The world has suffered much shaking in every imaginable way. The political order is shifting, as is the economic, religious, social, and demographic status quo that has defined our world for about a hundred years. Even as the end of World War I redrew the global order in 1918, a similar confluence of circumstances portends something new for the community of nations and the people of the earth. But is all that as important as it seems? In the process...

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Hebrew Nation Morning Show – The Remnant Road, 12/18/17

Much Ado About Christmas What are we supposed to think about Christmas? On one hand, it is not one of Feasts of the Lord which He established as an appointed time for His people to celebrate. But then, it is the time when Christians all over the world celebrate the coming of Messiah Yeshua. It matters little to the vast majority of Christians that Yeshua (Jesus) was not born in December, nor that non-biblical (even pagan?) elements have become integral parts of the season’s traditions. In fact, Christmas has become something of a litmus test for those who claim...

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Hebrew Nation Morning Show – The Remnant Road, 12/11/17

Hanukkah, Jerusalem, and Redemption Hanukkah is about a lot more than menorahs and dreidels. Yes, it’s the Festival of Lights, but it’s also known as the Feast of Dedication. There is one mention of this feast in the Gospels: At that time the Feast of the Dedication took place at Jerusalem; it was winter, and Jesus was walking in the temple in the portico of Solomon.” (John 10:22-23) Some say that this is proof Yeshua observed the feast. Whether that is true or not, what we do know is that Hanukkah was observed in Yeshua’s day even though it’s...

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