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Rejoice, Yerushalayim (Jerusalem)…

December 19, 2012 by  
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Tweet Sometimes, nothing more than the Word of Adonai is needed to bolster our confidence that the day is coming when Israel will indeed rejoice. Much ado is being made over Jerusalem, and it has become a burdensome stone-Zechariah 12:3. Nations are in an uproar and seeking to divided God’s Holy City. But hear the more »

To Celebrate…or Not

December 13, 2012 by  
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Tweet Christmas means many different things to many different people. It’s a emotional issue over whether or not to celebrate it and how to go about it, if one does. Can I just say there are deeper issues at stake? Like: The attitude of ones heart… do you judge someone else on the basis of more »

No Room…

December 12, 2012 by  
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Tweet A Short Story to convey the true meaning of this Season. If we are going to commemorate it as the birth of Jesus, (I personally believe He was conceived during the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah, and born in the fall during the Jewish Fall Festivals) then shouldn’t we at least keep Him central in more »


November 12, 2012 by  
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Tweet (A view of modern day Yerushalayim) A late autumn sun shone through the dark clouds hanging over Yerushalayim. Rain had come to the land of Y’hudah, softening the hard packed dirt. People were out and about, taking care of life’s demands, unaware that the very Author of Life was in their midst. Through the more »

Yom Kippur…Forgiveness

September 25, 2012 by  
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Tweet   Tonight, at sundown, (Tishri 9 or September 25, 2012) Israelis will humble themselves before God in prayer, fasting and abstaining from any kind of work or personal pleasure. All forms of entertainment shut down, restaurants and businesses close. It is the highest Holy Day of Israel, Yom Kippur, and the nation of Israel more »

Isaiah 17 and 19…Current Events

Tweet Are you paying attention to the headlines about the latest developments in the Middle East? You don’t need a newspaper, or the internet, you can read about them in the Bible! Isaiah 17 begins: “The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.” more »

Israel~Taking Back Her God-Given Land

Tweet Things are heating up in the Mid-East as Syria moves its scud launchers close to Israeli and Turkish borders. This is a key strategy that could result in fulfilling the Isaiah 17:1-3 prophecy about Damascus, the capital of Syria. From the Complete Jewish Bible: This is a prophecy about Dammesek: “Dammesek will soon stop more »

Yom Ha’atzmaut, Isra’el!

Tweet Happy 64th Birthday! We are the same age.  We are both blessed by God.  And He will remember His promises to us… to keep us, to guard us from our enemies, to love and cherish and bring us to a good end. Israel has lost nearly 23, 000 citizens and soldiers through these years more »

Morning Anew

April 6, 2012 by  
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Tweet   I awoke from tear-stained dreams of grief and despair, to the dim light of dawn. Deep vermillion seeped into the indigo of the receding night sky and highlighted the waves of clouds overhead. A shiver ran through me as the red sun emerged and sent rays of light across the undersides of the more »

Persia, Iran and Purim Today…

Tweet In Israel this week, beginning the evening of March 7th, Jews will celebrate the festival of Purim with mardi gras-like pageantry and sumptuous meals. But there is more to Purim than just festivals and food. There is also fasting, praying and tzaddaka, doing good deeds, especially to the poor. The moral of the story more »

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