Understanding Tisha B’Av

The saddest day on the Jewish calendar will commence tonight at sundown and extend through sundown tomorrow.  Jews around the world will commemorate Tisha B'av (the ninth of the Hebrew month, Av) by fasting and refraining from any sort of pleasure or enjoyment. But what exactly are they commemorating?  The destruction of both the first …

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“Most Significant 600 Meters in Israel” Now Open

Arched entryway, as in Jesus' day At the southwest corner of Temple Mount, one can see remains of an arched entryway at the top of a long flight of stairs which once served as the entrance for Jewish pilgrims making their journey to the Temple in Jerusalem for the annual feasts. Remains of the archway …

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Jewish Feast Season is Upon Us!

Hi friends! We're stepping into the high holidays celebrated by Jewish people around the world. In Jesus' day, Jews went "up to Jerusalem" three times a year to celebrate the great feasts, and today, some Jews continue the tradition by making trips to Israel for the great Biblical holidays: Passover (Pesach), Pentecost (Shavu'ot) and Feast …

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Standing on the Golan Heights

There are two key areas in Israel in which the world clamors: Temple Mount in Jerusalem and the Golan Heights above the Galilee area. Why? Because of Temple Mount's spiritual significance and the Golan Height's military significance. Both play major parts in end time events. The northern invaders of Gog and Magog will almost assuredly …

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