Sandra writes, "July 11, 2017 was an important day in the Hebrew Scriptures and calendar, called “the fast of the fourth month” in Zech. 8:19. On this day, Tammuz 17, in both 586 BC and 70 AD, foreign armies breached the walls of Jerusalem. What are the implications for followers of Yeshua today?"
Sandra writes, "Psalm 122:6 says, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.” The rest of the psalm tells us how."
Sandra writes, "So to fuel an important conversation, we will look at a summary of just some of the facts on the ground indicating President Trump could be setting himself—and the US—on a collision course with Israel. Then we’ll look at how to effectively pray."
Sandra writes, "We thank and praise God for His past, present, and future agricultural and other provision. In that sense, you could say we count our blessings as omer."
Sandra writes, "The holidays seem an appropriate time to clarify a rather controversial and troubling issue among some Christians today, many of whom previously stood steadfastly with Israel."
Sandra writes, "At Passover we recount and personally engage with the bittersweet story of the biblical exodus. We re-live the event, especially through the seder. For a week we eat unleavened bread, as did our ancestors when freed from bondage."
Sandra writes, "The UN did not intend to internationalize Jerusalem permanently. The Partition Plan provided for a city-wide referendum within ten years, allowing local residents to decide the fate of their city. But this referendum never took place. Why?"
Sandra writes, "The story of Esther brims with prophetic meaning and wisdom for today. It contains at least four specific keys to overturning the kingdoms of this world and releasing over them the government of God."
Sandra writes, "Last week’s unjust international resolution at Hanukkah (and Christmas) may forebode a new year of extreme difficulty for Israel and the nations."
Sandra writes, "In a few days Hanukkah and Christmas will both fall on December 25. Jews around the world will usher in the Festival of Lights as Christians celebrate the Light of the World... This Christmas and Hanukkah, why not participate – in integrity – in the move of His Spirit?"
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