"We know that God is watching over His word to perform it and every person who joins themselves to Israel and to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is blessed."
“You will never need to ask for money, for I will take care of you.” This was the Lord’s promise to Amira, a believing, Arab, widow from east Jerusalem.
"When the Lord delivered the Children of Israel from Egypt, His desire was to bring them to a place of rest. The condition of their hearts prevented them from entering into that place of rest, and even God’s commands turned into a burden."
"One of the many benefits of studying in the business course is the connections made between believers. God knows how to bring people together to expand His kingdom and the business course is just one of the ways this is accomplished."
This year, several of the congregations whom CBN Israel has partnered with in serving Holocaust Survivors throughout Israel, hosted local events in honor of this “Day of Victory.”
"Do you ever have those, 'God, where are you?' moments? I have. And most likely, I will experience one again."
"When a cucumber seed is planted in the soil, what does one expect to come up from the ground? A tomato? Of course not! It is logical to expect to receive the correct return from what was planted."
"Guard your time with God. For when you no longer hold your positions and status’, when lives pass away and seasons change, your relationship with Him will still stand and you will not be ashamed because He will be the One who held first place in your life."
"Twice a year, the staff of CBN Israel host gatherings for single mothers throughout Israel to celebrate the first of the spring and fall holidays, Passover and Rosh Hashana... Though everyone’s stomachs were full, hearts remained hungry to be fed the word God had given to staff members, Arik and Veronica, specifically for these women."
"When I read the story, God reminded me that many times we are not very different from them in the spiritual, we stay captive in the desert because of our bad attitude and our unforgiveness."