December/January 1993/1994

Jesus is Better...

Features

Jesus Is Better Than the Prophets

Something within human beings compels them to look for something new—a better way, better quality, better fashion. “Build a better mousetrap,” youngsters of another generation were told...

Jesus Is Better Than the Angels

When writing to his Jewish readers of the apostolic age, the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews wanted to demonstrate the superiority of the divine revelation that gave birth to Christianity over the divine...

Jesus Is Better Than Moses

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to read your newspaper at night without the convenience of a light bulb? Hard to imagine, isn’t it? Yet this luxury is only 100 years old.

Jesus Is Better Than the Old Testament High Priest and Sacrificial System

To understand the Book of Hebrews, we must have some understanding of the Levitical system—its orders, law, administration, and sacrifices. This article considers only two areas of that Levitical system, the high priest...

Jesus Is Better Than Melchizedek

“Now consider how great this man was ... ” Such was the high opinion of the inspired penman regarding Melchizedek in Hebrews 7:4. The greatness of this unique individual is matched only by the mystery...

Spirit-Led Service Galatians 6:1–10

“Through every believer has the Holy Spirit, the Holy Spirit does not have every believer,” wrote A. W. Tozer. Many Christians find it easy to talk about being Spirit-filled but show little evidence of it...


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Who’s at the Controls?

Dramatic events played out in areas of the world far removed from one another often appear and are, in fact, unrelated. Occasionally, however, a cohesive dimension developing on a larger scale reflects the fact that...

Israel in the News Dec/Jan 1993/1994

“I appeal to everyone to tone down the public debate ... and not to say that following one course of action will lead to a holocaust, while following another will not,” President Ezer Weizman said...

Shabbat

Holidays are commemorative days used by most people to participate in recreational activities, to travel, or just to relax. Conversely, holy days are special days set aside for worship.

Zvi Dec/Jan 1993/1994

My watch stopped running recently and had to be repaired. I took it to a watchmaker in the Ultra-Orthodox section of Jerusalem because they are very good at this trade.

Daily News from Israel

Is Hamas’s Time Running Out?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared on Tuesday that Israel would not agree to a ceasefire with Hamas...

News Digest — 2/21/24

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the Zikim military base...

Israel at War: Week 19

With so much happening in Israel currently, here's four significant stories from today’s news feed for your information...

News Digest — 2/20/24

Hungary has twice blocked a European Union consensus statement against the IDF’s impending military operation against...

News Digest — 2/16/24

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Commented on Thursday night (15th) on reports that the US administration, along with several Arab countries, are advancing...

News Digest — 2/15/24

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant on Wednesday night (14th) spoke with...

Hezbollah’s Rocket Kills 1, Wounds 8 in Northern Israel

Hezbollah terrorists launched a rocket from Lebanon into a building in the northern Israeli city of Safed today...

News Digest — 2/14/24

Rocket sirens sounded across Israel on Wednesday morning (14th) as Hezbollah ramped up...

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