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A Date With Destiny
The time had arrived. The event for which He was born was about to occur. His hour had come (Jn, 12:23; 13:1). The donkey was secured — He mounted it — He reached the crest of the Mount of Olives...
Follow the Leader
The one who first suggested that "a man only has to do two things in life — pay income taxes and die," no doubt spoke in jest. But, he underscored the certainty of paying taxes by placing it beside...
Caiaphas: Inner Portrait of Israel’s High Priest
The City of Gold, Jerusalem, had not fully lifted herself from slumber. Some industrious shopkeepers were just beginning to set up their wares in the bazaar. The pungent odor from the fishmonger's booth seeped heavily into the dawn.
“Show us a sign…”
The persistent cry of the leadership of Israel in response to Jesus’ message was for a sign which would confirm His claim of messiahship. Their demand was consistent with the prevailing view that Israel’s promised...
A Quiet Sunday Evening In Jerusalem
A warm gentle breeze is blowing in from the sea; spring has arrived once more. Dusk, too, has come, and while darkness takes its grip on the city, the birds roost for the night. All is quiet.
The Stigma of The Cross
For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness;...But we preach Christ crucified, unto the Jews a stumbling block, and unto the Gentiles foolishness (1 Cor. 1:18,23).
The High Priest Covenant of The Savior
The streets of Jerusalem were deserted. A quiet hush had fallen over the city which on other days was bustling with activity. Families had gathered in their homes to commemorate the Passover.
Messiah’s Resurrection Foretold in The Old Testament
The Old Testament declares the bodily resurrection of Christ. This doctrine is normally understood because of New Testament teaching. What is not commonly understood is that the Old Testament substantiates this same truth.
Before Abraham Was I Am
The Sadducees were cocky and confident as they approached Jesus on that momentous day. They had engineered a question based on the unimpeachable footing of Mosaic law and a superstructure of irrefutable logic.
Joel of Jerusalem Apr/May 1981
We often say that no ill is without its good, but until the good news comes we must usually go through many troubles. Even the worst people have some good in them, and I would like to tell you about one such person.
Daily News from Israel
News Digest — 6/2/23
The Security Cabinet is set to meet this week to discuss a potential multi-front conflict including Iran and Hezbollah, amid concerns of Tehran’s progress toward...
In 1948, with the War of Independence under way Israel needed nearly every kind of weaponry, ammunition, and manpower to face the five Arab armies...
News Digest — 6/1/23
Hungary will be the first EU member state to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, Foreign Minister Eli Cohen announced during a visit to Budapest Wednesday (5/30). “Hungary supports...
News Digest — 5/31/23
Meir Tamari, who was killed Tuesday afternoon (5/30) in a shooting attack was a relative of terror-victim Esther Horgan, who was murdered in December 2020. Horgan had...
News Digest — 5/30/23
Israel’s President Isaac Herzog and his wife Michal on Tuesday morning (30th) arrived for a state visit to Baku, Azerbaijan at the invitation of the country’s...
News Digest — 5/26/23
An attempted terror attack was thwarted in the Jewish settlement of Teneh Omarim, close to Hebron, on Friday morning (26th). Shortly before 10 am, a terrorist...
News Digest — 5/25/23
Israeli security forces arrested early Thursday morning (25th) a Palestinian terrorist fugitive involved in a September 2022 shooting and firebombing attack on...
How Israel and Hamas Treat Spies
Hamas charged three Palestinians in Gaza with collaborating with Israel and sentenced them to death and gave a fourth man a life sentence with hard labor on Tuesday (23rd)...