Elul: A Time to Turn

Dear friends, the fall feasts of Israel are right around the corner and, in case you don't know, those feasts are: Feast of Trumpets, known in Hebrew as Rosh HaShanah (Israel's civil New Year) Day of Atonement, known in Hebrew as Yom Kippur Feast of Tabernacles, known in Hebrew as Sukkot We studied these feasts …

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Week 8 – Three Great Covenants

Oh how I wish all of you could be in class with us, as the discussion and interaction just simply can't be replicated.  However, for those not able to attend live, pull up a chair to our virtual study table and I'll do all I can to bring you up to speed!  Today, we're moving …

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Celebrating Pentecost

At sundown yesterday, Jews around the world launched commemoration of Shavuot (Feast of Weeks), known to Christians as Pentecost.  It is the fourth of seven major feasts, all of which point to Jesus, the Messiah.  (See Jesus: The Fulfillment of Every Jewish Feast) One for Israel published an article with great insight into Shavuot.  Enjoy! …

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EU “Fills the Gap” Left by America’s Decision to Withhold Funds for the PA

In mid-January, President Trump announced the United States will withhold $65 million in aid to the United Nations Relief and Welfare Agency (UNRWA).  Last Wednesday, the European Union (EU) pledged $52.8 million to the Palestinian relief agency. Among the objectives of the United Nations is to provide humanitarian aid to nations in need.  In fact, …

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