Arthur Schwartzmann

Arthur Schwartzmann
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Arthur Schwartzmann grew up in Israel. He spent four and half years in the service, operating the Iron Dome. It was during that time that he became a Believer, after reading the New Testament. He has completed a degree in Practical Engineering and in 2015, he published his first book. Arthur Schwartzmann grew up in Israel. He spent four and half years in the service, operating the Iron Dome. It was during that time that he became a Believer, after reading the New Testament. He has completed a degree in Practical Engineering and in 2015, he published his first book.

The Josiah Effect

Arthur writes, "Just as King Josiah rediscovered the commandments of God, so have many Believers in Israel, America and around the world. The commandments are good and holy and are to be kept by all Believers. We shouldn’t forget, however, to put the Law of God in context of the times we are living in."

Practice love, Brethren

Arthur writes, "God is called many things in the Holy Scriptures; He is called merciful, He is called good, He is called compassionate and wise. King David goes so far as to say that God’s splendor is so great that our words and utterances can’t do justice to His name."

Meditating on Scripture

Arthur writes, "When a man is physically thirsty, he can be satisfied with a drink; but what about thirst of a different nature? When a man is spiritually thirsty where does he go?"

Reading the Bible from cover to cover – Thoughts and recommendations

Arthur writes, "However you choose to read through your Bible this year, remember to treat God’s Word with reverence. Don’t treat your time alone with Him as a chore."

From a Neo-Nazi to a Lover of Israel – Dawn’s story

Arthur writes, "I've come to share with you, what I see as a credible testimony of an incredible, sound minded woman and her amazing, life-changing encounter with God."