October/November 1988

The Messiah of the Common People

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Editorial

For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us who are saved it is the power of God. For it is written, I will destroy the wisdom of the wise...

The Messiah of The Common People

Today many people are confused by the differing sects and denominations of Christendom. The Jewish community today is also divided into various groups -Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist, etc.

Moses: Preparations for the Promised Land

It had been such a long time since the children of Israel left Egypt; memories of the plagues that led to that dramatic exodus had faded. Although the significance of Passover night was still a reality to them...

The New Covenant: What Was Wrong With The Old One?

Two of the first things my daughter learned in school were the names of the books of the Bible and that the Bible is divided into the Old Testament and the New Testament.

The Cessation of Revelational Gifts

The previous article on spiritual gifts dealt with several significant factors. First, it presented three lines of evidence to the effect that God intended the revelational and sign gifts which He gave to the early Church to be temporary.

The Unbelief Of Israel Romans 9:30-10:1

One of the questions I am often asked is, "Why did the Jewish people of Christ's day reject Him?" Many Christians are puzzled over the fact that, while Israel knew the Old Testament messianic prophecies...

Joel of Jerusalem Oct/Nov 1988

When I was employed as a construction worker, I had many Arab friends, and they often came to my home to visit. Since the recent problems in Israel have developed, however, they don't come to see me anymore.

Daily News from Israel

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The Answer is No!

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A massive gun battle broke out in the Palestinian Authority-administered city of Jenin Thursday morning (26th), after Israeli security forces entered the city as part of...

Too Few People Know What Happened in the Holocaust

As each year passes, knowledge of the atrocities of the Holocaust continues to decline in society. That worrying trend was...

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an unannounced trip to Jordan on Tuesday (24th) to meet with King Abdullah II. The two leaders discussed...

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The United States and Israel on Monday (23rd) launched what one US official described as the allies’ most significant joint military exercise to date, involving thousands of...

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu removed Shas Party chairman Arye Deri from his position as Interior and Health Minister on Sunday (22nd), in accordance with...

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