One For Israel Staff
Pentecost is also known in Israel as Shavuot, the Feast of Weeks. Pentecost was the event when the Holy Spirit was poured out, and made available to all flesh, as God promised through the prophet Joel.
"As controversial as the 1967 Six-Day War still is with all the subsequent fallout, the sheer number of “coincidences” that happened show that these events have God’s fingerprints all over them."
"I tried to prove their Bible was wrong, but maybe it was time to open my mind."
If you ever come to Israel and find yourself in Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, you will most likely hear the call “Simu lev!” which means, “Pay attention!” at the beginning of some important announcement. But if we were to translate the words more literally into English, they are saying to you, “Put your hearts!”
"Rabbi Daniel Asor explains the reason for hating the New Testament as follows: 'The New Testament is an anti-Semitic book, with plots against the Jews.' So, is the New Testament truly anti-Semitic?"
"When someone rejects the possibility that God supernaturally intervened in the course of history, they actually seal their option of understanding the meaning of life."
The trauma of the Holocaust has profoundly affected generations of Jewish people - but there is no trauma that Yeshua cannot heal! Agree?
"We'd always ask, Dad, where was God in the Holocaust? How is it that after going through the Holocaust you can believe in God?...
"The world marks Holocaust Remembrance Day on 27th January, the date that Auschwitz was liberated. But in Israel, we mark it on 27th day of the Hebrew month of Nisan, fixed in the Jewish calendar. Why are they different?"