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En-Gedi: Springs in the desert

Reuven writes, "No doubt, if you visit the En-Gedi oasis today, hike its rocky paths and dip in its cool pools, these scriptures, as well as many other precious words of God, will gain greater meaning and significance, impacting your life as you walk on with the Lord."

Wife of Israeli citizen denied citizenship due to faith in Jesus

Last week, the Ministry of Interior invited the Stutz family to come and finally receive the Israeli identification documentation for his wife. Excited, the Stutz family went to the Ministry of Interior, only to find out that once again, their request had been rejected, and no reason was given.

Sukkot reflects longing to tabernacle with God

Sukkot (see Leviticus 23:34-43) is a festive, family holiday. Many Israelis erect a temporary booth (sukka) where they eat their meals and sometimes even sleep in them. It's traditional to invite friends and family to share a meal in the sukka.

The Israeli Ministry of Interior – playing with matters of life and death

The Ministry of Interior is playing a dangerous game, both morally and legally. The Law of Return categorically states that individuals who have one Jewish parent or grandparent are eligible for citizenship.
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At Jerusalem’s Alliance Cemetery, Meir Aharoni works each day beside friends

If you have visited the Alliance Church International Cemetery on Emek Refaim Street in Jerusalem’s German Colony in the last fifteen years, you were probably greeted by Meir Aharoni, its hospitable volunteer caretaker who also conducts informal tours and provides insight and information to visitors while he works “among his friends.”

A day to atone

Reuven writes, "The nation of Israel is about to enter the most solemn day on its annual calendar, the Day of Atonement, and we wanted to share that special sense with our friends from the nations."

With return of Syrian regime, IDF ends humanitarian mission to Syria

After several years of being a “good neighbor” the Israeli army has announced that it is ending its humanitarian mission of supplying food and other goods to Syria during its civil war.

Haredi Jews bully Jewish believers until law steps in

Since 2011, Israel Pochtar, congregational leader in Ashdod, has become accustomed to the hundreds of ultra-orthodox Jews who would systematically harass, bully, shame and threaten the 300 believers who would attend Shabbat services in their hometown.

Israel advocate, father killed in terror attack

A 17-year-old Palestinian from a town near Hebron stabbed Fuld in the back then fled. Fuld chased his assailant and opened fire before succumbing to his wounds. The attacker was taken to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.

Why American Jews are tuning out on their faith

Cookie writes, "A recent Jerusalem Post article entitled, “The Faith Crisis of American Jewry” (9/12/18) caught my eye, citing the devastating rate of intermarriage, lack of synagogue attendance and even a considerable amount of those who have no belief in God."

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Tabernacling with God at the Feast of Sukkot

"The Fall Feasts symbolize the last trumpet that will sound as the Messiah returns, Yom Kippur points to the final judgement, and Sukkot is the final feast where God and man can at last move in together, like a newly-wed couple who have been longing for complete union."

Israeli journalist impressed by Messianic Jews

Chava writes, "Haven’t 2,000 years of persecution taught us anything? It is the whole reason that the State of Israel was created. It’s high time to welcome all Jews of every stripe to this wonderful, democratic and free country."

The seventh shofar and the rapture (Part 2)

Daniel writes, "The First Tabernacles of the Millennial Age would fit as the celebration of the Bride of the Messiah being joined to the Messiah, or the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. So, the shofar blast of Yom Kippur..."

Bitter or sweet

Simcha writes, "I think for many of us, we don’t really think about being fruitful as we go about our busy lives. This evaluation comes more as a result of hindsight."

Commentary on Parashat Ha’azinu (Listen)

D’VARIM (DEUTERONOMY) 32:1–52 Our weekly portion opens with the word, “הַאֲזִ֥ינוּ” “Ha’azinu” (listen or give ear to). This is a word that I believe we...

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Looking over from Mount Nebo

Orna writes, "Stunning! This was our first impression when we looked from Mount Nebo in the direction of Israel and started recalling the stories that took place in that region."

A light in the darkness

Katherine Snyder talks about the work of Anchor Of Hope and the role God plays in counselling.

An Orthodox Israeli woman follows Yeshua

Noa proclaimed that she was dedicating her life to the Messiah of Israel, Yeshua. She thanked God for her new salvation and went into the water. It was a powerful and holy moment, and there was a strong presence of the Holy Spirit at the time of her immersion.

This Sukkot, Vision for Israel to highlight local believers

The VFI celebration of Sukkot will take place at The Pavilion, an auditorium in the Clal Building in downtown Jerusalem, from Sept. 25 to 27. An emphasis this year will be placed on the Body of Messiah in Israel.

Adoption – Foundation of a blessed life

Reuven writes, "Adoption was Israel’s first experience as a new nation. The people now belonged to someone: a great and awesome someone – the creator Himself. The Apostle Paul recognized this foundational position when he wept for the people of Israel thousands of years later crying out..."