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He Sat Down!
Sitting down is no special thing. Secretaries sit down. Executives sit down. Students sit down much of the time. People sit down to eat their meals. People sit down to watch television. People sit down to socialize.
The Sad Ones and The Savior
The passengers were seated in the jetliner as it climbed to its cruising altitude. Over the intercom came a calm voice notifying everyone that the plane was fully automated - in fact, there were no cabin attendants and no pilots!
Moses – Confrontation With Pharaoh
For eighty years God had prepared Moses to lead His people Israel. Half of those years Moses had lived in the Egyptian palace; the other half in Midian, tending sheep. Much time had been spent at Mount Horeb, the mountain of God.
Christ’s Atonement and Animal Sacrifices In Israel
How does the atoning work of the Lord Jesus Christ relate to the animal sacrifices which God gave to Israel through Moses? What did the blood of these animals accomplish during the days of the Old Covenant theocracy?
The Good Shepherd of Israel
As shepherd of a flock, I am called upon to comfort and to encourage people who hurt. Although there are times when I don't know what to say, I know that even though this frail shepherd fails...
The Kingdom of God Concept In The Scriptures
The last five articles have surveyed the history of millennial views within organized Christendom. They demonstrated the fact that Premillennialism was the original view of the Church.
Jude called himself "the servant of Jesus Christ, and brother of James" (v. 1). The name Jude is derived from Judah and pronounced Judas in Greek; it was a very common name in the first century.
Security in An Age Of Apostasy
Lina Sandell Berg was no stranger to affliction. At the tender age of twelve, she lay stricken with a paralysis that confined her to bed. Although physicians had all but given up on her...
Joel of Jerusalem Apr/May 1987
What a wonderful feeling it is to be one of the Chosen People of God and to live in the Promised Land which He has given to us as His people.
Daily News from Israel
News Digest — 6/5/23
One of the terrorists who murdered Israeli civilian Malachi Rosenfeld was given two life sentences by an IDF military court on Sunday (4th), the IDF’s Spokesperson’s Unit...
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...