Feast of Tabernacles: The Last Chapter of God’s Story of Redemption

The Feast of Tabernacles, the most joyous feast of all, has commenced! Jews around the world have erected temporary booths, called sukkot, and can be found sharing meals, laughter and fellowship with family and friends in them for this eight-day feast. As Bible-believing Christians, we look to the feasts as God's calendar of events, leading …

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Sukkot: The Most Joyous Days in Israel

Less than a week ago Jews around the world commemorated the most solemn day on the Jewish calendar: Yom Kippur. It is a day of fasting following 10 days of introspection in which observant Jews believe their names being written in the Book of Life are on the line. (See Israel Shuts Down for Yom …

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“I Cannot Look Back”: An Israeli Teenager Meets Messiah!

My friends, God is writing an amazing story...a story of redemption and eternal salvation. But salvation is for the Jew first, then for us Gentiles. As illustrated a couple days ago, the Gospel message is going out, and slowly a harvest of the "first people" (Jews) is coming in. True, most will not recognize their …

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How is Jesus the Messiah being Found in Israel?

Since before the foundations of the world, God has been writing a story! That story is the story of Israel and His chosen people, but He allows us (Gentiles) to enter into His story. The story is one of love and redemption. I'm so glad He invited us into His story of eternal salvation, aren't …

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