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Sovereignty

Does the Trump Administration Support Israel’s Right to Judea and Samaria?

In an unassuming way, the United States has been taking steps to show the world that Jewish life in Judea and Samaria is normal and right. There is a report this week that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will not only visit the Golan Heights on his visit to Israel next week, but he will...
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In One Accord in One Place

Many Christians are familiar with the feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot as it is more commonly known in Israel. Many of you have probably celebrated a Passover seder before as well, and are appreciative of the beautiful significance that it brought to your faith. Many, however, are not as familiar with the feast of Shavuot....
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Was Independence Worth the Risk?

“The land of Israel was the birthplace of the Jewish people. Here their spiritual, religious and political identity was shaped. Here they first attended statehood, created cultural values of national and universal significance and gave to the world the eternal Book of Books…  Accordingly, we, the members of the People’s Council…hereby declare the establishment of...
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God Gives Hope in Crisis

Worldwide epidemics are scary. Thousands are dead, hundreds more are being infected, and it seems that this could be just the beginning. It’s no wonder many are panicking, hoarding and hunkering down. But what about God? Is He just watching His children suffer? What about peace and hope? Are they lost in the fray of...
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Peace Plan, Rockets, and Elections

This week, two terrorists from the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement approached the Gaza Strip security fence and planted a bomb. IDF forces immediately spotted the terrorists and opened fire, eliminating both.  In retaliation, about 80 rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza in the course of just a few days, with 90% of them being...
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The UN’s Dirty Dozen List

I would like to compare the following two statements:  “A world power publishes a list of Jewish businesses to boycott at the behest of a certain political party.” “An international entity publishes a list of Jewish businesses to boycott at the behest of a liberal movement.” These statements are almost identical. I purposely kept them...
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Israel, a Zionist Occupation State?

I’m sure many of you saw the Twitter video going around this week where iPhone’s Siri called Israel the “Zionist Occupation State”!  I don’t know about you, but I found this very disturbing and here’s why.  Ever since Israel’s founding in 1948, Israel has been plagued by misinformation and lies concerning its right and legitimacy...
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Non-Jews in the New Testament

I am fascinated by the examples in the New Testament of non-Jews as they relate to Yeshua (a Jew) and the Jews who made up the foundation of Christianity.  As we, non-Jews, return to Israel and the Jewish people, we would do well to model our lives after those who loved Israel and the Jewish...
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Hebron – Purchased, Deeded, & Rebuilt

There are four places in Israel where the Bible records the Jewish people purchasing land. The ownership of many locations in Israel is often disputed by the Palestinians and much of the world, but the following four places unquestionably belong to Israel. References in the Bible record these places being bought for money, and in...
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Will Israel Head to Third Elections?

Israel appears to slowly be inching toward elections for the third time in one year as no one in politics is willing to compromise to form a government. Here is an overview of the current status since the second round of elections: Prime Minister Netanyahu, as leader of Likud, tried to form a coalition, but...
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