Watch Therefore and Be Ready encourages this generation to be aware of prophetic fulfillment, live expectantly, and be ready for Messiah’s return. David and Kirsten Hart present this eight-part series that features teaching from Dov Schwarz, guest analyst Dr. Mark Hitchcock, reports from Israel with Chaim Malespin, Hebrew lessons, and music written by Zola Levitt.
- 1803 “Covenant and Prophecy”
- The foundation of faith is based on covenant. The New Covenant (Jeremiah 31:31) was made with Israel. The gentiles have been grafted into the olive tree.
- 1804 “Birth Pains”
- In Isaiah 66 we see the Last Days labor pains of Israel that bring the Jewish people as a nation to “new birth.” In the birthing room, Yeshua — the Great Physician — attends Israel, whose labor pains shake the entire Earth.
- 1805 “Days of Noah”
- The Days of Noah portend the appearance of Messiah Yeshua in the clouds to gather His people and set up His Kingdom on Earth. Three primary signs of Genesis 6 include global explosions of population, violence, and rampaging evil.
- 1806 “Fig Tree Generation”
- Israel officially “put forth leaves” on May 14, 1948. Studying Father Abraham reveals what Yeshua meant when He told us about the final generation of this Age.
- 1807 “Curse-for-Curse Principle”
- Genesis 12:3 promises both blessing and cursing in the covenant with Abraham and his descendants. Those who esteem you lightly will be obliterated.
- 1808 “The Jewish Wedding”
- In Matthew 25:1–13, Messiah speaks in terms of Jewish wedding customs, including a midnight cry and marriage feast. He advises us to be like the five wise virgins, commanding that we “watch therefore and be ready.”
- 1809 “Refuge in Tribulation”
- These events should remind us of a place that is prepared for the wrath of the Lamb, Messiah Yeshua. Yet even in this message, we see that His hand is outstretched in mercy.
- 1810 “Faithful and Wicked Servants”
- Yeshua repeated the theme of faithful and wicked servants, especially in the signs of His coming in Matthew 24:45–51 and Mark 13:32–37. The faithful servant watches for the Master’s arrival while obeying His commands, but the wicked servant who watches not, becomes ungodly and faces eternal damnation.