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Commonwealth Theology Essentials:
Easily the most important advance in Judeo-Christian relations in 100 years, Commonwealth Theology cuts across denominational divisions to reveal God’s plan for the Church and the Jews. The clash of mainline Christian views is, in itself, proof that something has gone wrong. The surprising solution that will unite God’s people has been right there in God’s Word all along.

CALLED to a Holy PILGRIMAGE: The Gathering and Salvation of the House of Jacob is a searing vision of the gathering of Jacob’s Household in accordance with the promises of the Hebrew prophets of the Bible, who saw and proclaimed as certain the regathering of the children of Israel to the Land of promise in the end times. This vision reveals that the regathering of the House of Jacob is unto salvation and in stages. The first stage is in unbelief (Aliyah)—followed by a nationwide progressive return to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in expectation of the coming of Messiah (Zech. 9:9-10). This pilgrimage has been oriented toward a heavenly promise, that is why it is sacred. Between the promise and the fulfillment lies a life journey of transition to its culmination; and, a reminder that God is faithful to fulfill His promises as this Age concludes. Along the path to their journey’s end, YHVH, their Creator, has always been mindful of their lot . . . the destiny and the place He has prepared for the children of Israel, while looking forward to the consummation of their encounter with their familial relative, their brother Joseph—a type of Messiah—at the time of His unveiling. What a sight it shall be! But there is surprisingly more to this reunion, as the House of Jacob’s final days are marked by another family reunion: their fellow brethren—the Elect from among the Nations (aka, the Gentiles). At last, the longstanding rift between the two separate houses of Jacob-Israel (viz. Judah and Ephraim) are about to come to an end! Through these pages you will come to appreciate citizenship in the obscure but awesome reality of the Commonwealth of Israel while being challenged to prophetically engage, by defending the rights of the House of Jacob to their homeland, and by discovering your part in this great regathering at the end of days.

The Denver Declaration: With Bible References - Paperback

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The Denver Declaration is a concise yet dynamic statement on Commonwealth of Israel Theology (Commonwealth Theology). This Summer 2019 edition includes 150 supporting scriptural references. 
-- Live link to sign the Declaration at the end of the book --
Excerpt- Introduction to the Denver Declaration:
During the course of 2017-2019 a number of believers in Messiah – Jesus – realized from their doctrinal backgrounds that the major theological paradigms now prevalent primarily within evangelical circles were either inherited from Roman Catholicism and Reformational Churches and/or from more modern forms of systematic theology, primarily those with premillennarian/dispensational emphasis. Coupled with these older bodies of doctrinal emphases were eschatologies which emphasized the “disinheritance” of Israel (aka, the Jews) expressed in the corpus of what is considered Replacement/Rejection theology wherein “Israel” is solely the New Israel of God—i.e., the Church; whereas in Dispensational thinking the Ekklesia/Congregation/Church is wholly disconnected from the tribe of Judah (i.e., the Jews) wherein God’s plan for both the Church and “Israel” are utterly disconnected, the one from the other. Neither theological extremity sufficed this band of brethren concerning their relationship with what they saw written in the “prophetic Scriptures” (Rom. 16:26) – for they saw in the prayer of Jesus in John 17 “that they all may be one” through the work of the cross would not only open up the floodgates of universal redemption but would as well, break down the “middle wall of separation” – making of the two (Jew and Gentile) ONE NEW MAN – SO MAKING PEACE.

One in Messiah: Perspectives on Commonwealth Theology Presented at the Denver Convocation 2019 Paperback

The Commonwealth of Israel Foundation receives 100% of the book's proceeds.

ONE IN MESSIAH is a compendium of 12 authors out of nearly 20 participants who collaborated at the third annual One in Messiah Convocation. The first such gathering took place in Denver in the summer of 2017; the second took place in Sacramento, California in March 2018 and now this third gathering, again, in Denver, summer of 2019. However, this time, the primary sponsors of the event—the Way Congregation of Wheat Ridge, Colorado--a messianic congregation; One Body Life, of Northern California—a ministry to the general Body of Christ; and the Commonwealth Foundation, whose primary focus centers on “Commonwealth of Israel Theology” – have “teamed up” as a display for the “faith of the gospel” in keeping with Philippians 1:27: “Only let your conduct be worthy of the gospel of Christ . . . that you stand fast in one spirit, with one mind striving together (“teaming up”) for the faith of the gospel.

”It would appear by the titles of chapters written by these twelve authors, that a disparate set of themes appears to the casual eye; however, this is not so. There is, most definitely, a wide variety of perspective—but they all share something profoundly unique: They all celebrate our Oneness we have in Messiah! Each is coming “at it” in their own unique way—but we all arrive at the “unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a Perfect Man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of our Messiah” (Eph. 4:13).We are all firm believers in the “United Kingdom of David” – i.e., the “Tabernacle of David” which was revealed to the Lord’s Ekklesia at the Council in Jerusalem in Acts 15. The Ten Tribes of the Northern Kingdom (the Kingdom of Israel), split off from the Two Tribes of the Southern Kingdom at the “breach of Jeroboam.” But now, those “from among the Nations [aka, “the Gentiles”) were reunited as the United Kingdom of David through the Gospel of Peace wherein not only was their redemption for all but the “middle wall of separation” between Jew (Judah) and Greek (the Nations) was broken down by His Cross—the Two were made One!

Not only is this in history past, the “early rain” but it is likewise, the “latter rain” – which shall be greater than the former! We see the Valley of Dry Bones in Ezekiel 37 representing the WHOLE HOUSE OF ISRAEL—Judah (Israel 2 Southern Tribes), and Ephraim (i.e., Israel’s 10 Northern Tribes scattered among the nations). We are literally coming together in a final end-time revival, awakening. The hatred and animosity is OVER! The United Kingdom of David is our stand – our prophetic destiny.Ezekiel 37 not only tells us that the Almighty is raising up from this Valley of Dry Bones a MIGHTY ARMY in whom His Holy Breath shall breathe LIFE into them all—but they, as well, constitute the Stick of Judah (the Southern Kingdom) and the Stick of Joseph, which is the Stick of Ephraim (the Northern Kingdom) “and make them one stick, and they will be one in My hand . . . Then they shall be My people, and I will be their God . . . David My servant shall be king over them, and they shall all have one shepherd . . . and My servant David shall be their prince forever” (Ezek. 37:15-28, excerpts). This, we affirm, is the answer to our Lord’s prayer in John 17—“that they all may be one” (John 17:21). 

The editors sought to align the chapters of this compendium in some order that could be followed—it wasn’t easy—you’ll have to be the judge on that one. But, and oddly enough—and we certainly didn’t plan it this way—we wound up with twelve authors (not that we wanted to highlight the twelve tribes)—it just turned out that way. - Excerpts from the Preface.One in Messiah, the book, is offered by the Commonwealth of Israel Foundation non-profit organization which will receive 100% of the book's proceeds. For information about the Foundation's purpose, beliefs, and goals visit or .org. 

This edition also includes the Denver Declaration 2019 as crafted June 2019.

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