February/March 1994

Let Us Return, Rise Up, and Build!

Features

The Faithful Remnant

Among the material possessions Maxine and I hold dear is an old oak dining room table. It was the object of a rescue effort launched years ago when we discovered the table...

Nehemiah: Facing the Opposition

Whenever the Lord calls a person to serve Him, opposition usually follows. Sometimes it comes in a very subtle manner, and at other times it comes through strong, open resistance. Unbelievers and believers alike can...

Nehemiah the Leader Feb/Mar 1994

Being a leader is an unenviable calling. It appears glamorous and glorious, but it is more often lonely and thankless. The best training for a would-be leader is to observe closely the model...

The Gates Of Jerusalem in Nehemiah’s Day

When the Jewish people returned to their homeland after the Babylonian Captivity, Jerusalem lay in ruins. The Temple, the city walls, and the gates had been destroyed as a result of the three invasions...

Nehemiah: The Reading of the Law and Revival

The Jews who were living in their homeland during the 440s BC (93 years after the Babylonian Captivity had ended) had a great heart for God. Perhaps all the opposition, affliction, and reproach they had...

Paul’s Personal Postscript Galatians 6:11–18

VANCE HAVNER once said, “Contending for the faith is not easy. It is not pleasant business. It has many perils. It is a thankless job, and it is highly unpopular in an age of moral...


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Israel’s Babylon Experience

Only a remnant of Judah came back to the land in these returns, while a significant number, probably the majority of the population, remained in the East. At the time of Esther...

Death and Mourning

Chai is the Hebrew word for life. Jewish people frequently wear gold charms depicting this Hebrew character on chains around their necks, emphasizing the fact that life is Judaism’s most precious and cherished commodity.

Israel in the News Feb/Mar 1994

In an October 16 speech, Libyan ruler Muammar Qaddafi called on Arabs to “liquidate Israel” in the same way that “the Westerners liquidate Muslims in Bosnia-Herzegovina.” In his remarks ...

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Reading the Handwriting on the Wall

A pop philosopher once said, “If you want to know how things really are, read the graffiti.” Strange as it may seem, there is some biblical basis for such a statement.

Zvi Feb/Mar 1994

It goes without saying that, as is true in America and many other countries, many people here in Israel are far away from God. In spite of this, there seems to be something inside...

Daily News from Israel

News Digest — 4/12/24

Israel is preparing for a direct attack from Iran on southern or northern Israel as soon as the next...

News Digest — 4/11/24

Indonesia, the country with the largest Muslim population in the world, is on the way to...

Biden Condemns Netanyahu’s Gaza Policy

U.S. President Joe Biden recently called for six to eight weeks of peace between Israel and Hamas to deliver food and medicine to Gaza...

Israel at War: Week 26

What does the removal of troops mean in the Gaza War? Israel Chief of Staff Lt. General Herzi Halevi explains what it does not mean...

News Digest — 4/10/24

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Tuesday (9th) with new IDF...

News Digest — 4/9/24

IAF fighter jets eliminated the chair of Hamas’ Emergency Bureau in the Central Camps in...

News Digest — 4/8/24

IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi marked six months since the beginning of the war in Gaza and addressed the IDF withdrawal from...

News Digest — 4/5/24

Israeli police deployed in large numbers throughout Jerusalem’s Old City for the final Friday (5th) of Ramadan, with large numbers of...

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