The Jewish-Arab Reality in Israel

This week we have brought our focus back to America, Israel and the Church, knowing the three are inextricably linked.  A strong America begets a strong Jewish state.  God used the church to build America on a strong foundation so we would be in prime position to support Israel.  God’s divine purpose for Israel (as …

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Watching Bible Prophecy Play Out

Ramadan is the Islamic holy month, marked by "fasting, prayer, reflection and community," in commemoration of Muhammad's first revelation. Muslims are to refrain, not only from food and drink from sunrise to sunset, but also from things such as tobacco products, sexual relations and sinful behavior. This year, it commenced on Monday, April 12 this …

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Another Ancient Site Opens in Jerusalem

Ancient Roman Square excavated and now open to the public (Photo credit: Ilanit Chernick) Beneath Damascus Gate in the north wall of the Old City lies an ancient Roman square (or plaza), thought to be where Roman Emperor Hadrian paraded his troops after squashing the Bar Kochba Revolt in 135 AD. The Damascus Gate of …

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Saying Good Bye to Israel

Shalom friends! I left you yesterday at the Garden Tomb, and we'll pick up there today. Perhaps the most significant place of all for Christians, the Garden Tomb is a quiet, peaceful place right in the middle of a bustling, chaotic Arab area, only blocks from the Damascus Gate. In that garden, it is common …

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