One For Israel Staff
"There are so many religions in the world and each one of them claims that it is the true religion, while all others rest are mistaken. This fact causes many to doubt the very existence of God."
"I was in 3rd grade and I said to myself, everyone's just doing this to please the teacher. No one is really doing it for God."
Eitan and Moti answering an atheist objection.
"The Israeli flag is flown proudly all around the country, and is a symbol of triumph and joy to many. If you love Israel, it is likely dear to you too. The meaning and symbolism behind the flag is important to know about for all who love Israel, as it tells the story of God and his people."
"As time went on, Britain’s involvement would not always be so positive, but the story of how this particular moment came about is one of breathtaking wonder."
"I was very protective of my Jewishness even though I didn't know God."
"Islam. Religion of peace. Or religion of war?"
In a conversation I once had with an Orthodox Jewish guy, he told me I had been brainwashed because, “Jesus couldn’t possibly be the Messiah!” So I asked him: “How do you know? Who told you?”
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.