The Jewish Key to Strengthening Your Connection With Holy Spirit

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Shawn Akers

Rabbi Curt Landry is convinced that when believers begin to understand and embrace their Jewish roots, not only will they gain a better revelation of who they are in Christ, but they will draw closer to the Holy Spirit.

When Christians discover their roots in Judaism, he says, it will empower them to walk in the revelation of their true identity. And this, in turn, will make a huge impact on the kingdom.

“By better understanding the covenants and the ways and the nature of God—the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob—Christians will find their true self and become separated from their counterfeit identity,” Landry told Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of “Greenelines” on the Charisma Podcast Network.

“Culturally, when you understand your Jewish heritage, it changes the whole narrative when you read Scripture, like with the woman who had the issue of blood. She sees this rabbi, Yeshua, walking down the street, and she goes and touches the hem of his garment. When she did that, she knew that she was laying hold of the key of David. That’s how strong her faith was.

“When Christians understand who they are through their Jewish roots, they can become more secure and more powerful in their walk with Christ and in their connection with the Holy Spirit. When that fullness comes, you will really begin to see your faith grow.”

For more of Curt Landry’s ministry and how you can embrace your Jewish roots, listen to this podcast.

To learn more about Judaism and God’s plan for Israel, click this link to receive Charisma’s e-book, God’s Plan for Israel, for just $.99.

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