Miriam Abramov

Miriam Abramov
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Miriam Abramov is Israeli and resides in Israel. She has published and written 2 books, "Shalom At Last" (co-authored with her husband Shlomy) and also her biography titled "Married to Israel". She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Israel College of the Bible and pursued an M.A. degree in Jewish Missions. She sponsors tours in Hebrew for Israelis to teach about the Bible. She co-leads a fellowship with her husband and teaches on Israel’s feasts internationally. She is recognized with International Journalism status and enjoys writing free-lance about Israel from an informed citizen’s perspective on a variety of subjects connected to the Holy Land. Miriam Abramov is Israeli and resides in Israel. She has published and written 2 books, "Shalom At Last" (co-authored with her husband Shlomy) and also her biography titled "Married to Israel". She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Israel College of the Bible and pursued an M.A. degree in Jewish Missions. She sponsors tours in Hebrew for Israelis to teach about the Bible. She co-leads a fellowship with her husband and teaches on Israel’s feasts internationally. She is recognized with International Journalism status and enjoys writing free-lance about Israel from an informed citizen’s perspective on a variety of subjects connected to the Holy Land.

Crown Him as King: A biblical comparison of servant promise in Donald Trump

Miriam writes,"Maybe Mr. Trump has seen God is with Israel. He went out of his way to mention Israel in his speech tonight."

All Lives Matter – How the Dallas Tragedy Parallels Hate in Israel

Miriam writes, "Watching the news I could not tell the difference between Israel and Dallas, Texas in that sense. Police are being blamed, whites are being blamed, just because they are such. In Israel, we are so used to that kind of blame."

The Voice of the (Chosen) People Has Spoken

Miriam writes, "In response to the hundreds of protesters last week in Rishon LeZion, the people have spoken. There is a huge backlash happening now in heated disagreement over the actions of the Ultra-Orthodox in this city."

The Not So Holy Land

Miriam writes, "This week in Israel many nice things are taking place. Conferences, competition in sports events and more. We even have a not so nice thing this week here as well- The Annual Gay Pride Parade in Tel Aviv, which flaunts sinful behavior."

Follow the Money Trail

Miriam writes, "It seems that God is honoring His Passover by cleansing the government of Israel of leaven... This past week saw one of our nation’s top leaders in hot water."

The Modern Harlot Leader?

Miriam makes a call for purity of heart and writes, "I implore you by the mercies of God that we cleanse our hearts. We must love one another, love. I think you get my point. May the LORD direct us and not our flesh, greed and impure hearts on all matters."

Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are

Miriam writes, "The Tel Aviv terrorist who struck down ten people and murdered two plus the cab driver (Arab) who drove him there is now gone and many of us in this area sigh relief...Here are some thoughts from this past week as we walked this road together wondering where could he be hiding?"

Israeli Pastors and Leaders Gather at The Joshua Fund’s Annual Retreat

For three days in November, 2015 - Jewish and Arab Israelis serving in ministries throughout the Land joined together in Netanya, Israel for a vital time of encouragement.

Je Suis Maamin, I am a Believer in Yeshua

Miriam shares some initial reflections on the terrorist attacks in Paris that occurred on Friday night, November 13, 2015.

God Won’t Let You Die Today: The Ground on Which You Stand is Holy.

Miriam shares about leading a group of Christian tourists through Rishon leZion. Watch them praising God on the street where the terrorist attack would occur.

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