December-February 1987/1988

Little Is Much When God Is In It!

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Little Is Much When God Is In It!

There is great and comforting truth in the statement, "Little is much when God is in it." How could we think it to be otherwise if the Sovereign of the universe has taken up our cause?

Moses and The Messiah

There were three administrative offices given by the Lord God to Israel to rule over and guide them - the king, the priest and the prophet. The king ruled over Israel for God; the priest represented the people before God;

Defending The Righteousness Of God Romans 9:6-13

If you have trouble understanding some of the Apostle Paul’s teachings, you are not alone. Even his apostolic colleague, Peter, admitted that some of Paul's writings contain truths which are hard to understand (2 Pet. 3:16).

Unmasking The Apostate

The winds of apostasy are raging worldwide. Such news is not new or startling, for the Bible predicted that in the last days apostates would flood into the church with their heretical teachings.

Moses – Rejecting God’s Direction

God gave leadership to assist Moses as he led the children of Israel through the wilderness. There were men who judged in personal affairs and elders who directed in civil and a few religious affairs.

The Grace Administration of God’s Moral Absolutes

The previous article presented biblical evidence for two major conclusions. First, the Mosaic Law is an indivisible unit; therefore, if a person places himself under the moral aspect of the Mosaic Law,

Was It Worth It?

We had maintained a continued vigil in the coronary care unit as Lilyan's life hung by a thread, but she rallied (for which we fervently prayed) when her beloved daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren arrived from up North.

Joel of Jerusalem Dec/Jan 1987/1988

In the days preceding Christmas, many people in Israel ask believers, “How can God have a birthday?" The concept of the birth of Jesus is very hard for the Jewish people to accept.

Daily News from Israel

News Digest — 8/5/22

Prime Minister Yair Lapid said on Thursday (4th) that Israel would not hesitate to take action against terrorists who threaten civilians, as the IDF bolstered its...

News Digest — 8/4/22

With tensions high in southern Israel, IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi toured the Gaza Division on Thursday morning (4th) and approved offensive plans should there be...

News Digest — 8/3/22

The IDF has called up a limited number of reservists to deploy along the Gaza Strip as the military continued to close the roads in the area for the second day in a row on Wednesday (3rd) over...

News Digest — 8/2/22

The Israeli military on Tuesday (2nd) said its forces in the south were on increased alert after the arrest of a senior Islamic Jihad operative on Monday (1st). Train service in...

News Digest — 8/1/22

The Palestinian Authority increased its monthly payments to the terrorists responsible for the deadly attack at Hebrew University in 2002, Palestinian Media Watch found. The 14.29% raise...

News Digest — 7/29/22

Education Minister Yifat Shasha-Biton on Thursday (28th) revoked the operating licenses of six schools in eastern Jerusalem, after serious incitement was found in...

News Digest — 7/28/22

An Israeli delegation headed to Russia on Wednesday (27th) on Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s orders in hopes of halting a Russian order to shutter the operations of the...

Jewish Agency-Russia Dispute Prompts Israeli Visit

Russia is seeking to halt the Jewish Agency’s operations in its country, claiming the non-profit organization that...

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