"Towards the end of Jesus’ ministry, His rejection by the spiritual leadership of the nation was evident. To illustrate what was happening, Jesus spoke a parable of the 'Wicked Vinedressers.'"
"The place of “comforter” is not always an easy place to be. There is suffering all around us, and we all experience suffering by living in a broken world."
"Every year, during Passover, we remember that God stepped into the history of an obscure family of slaves, and performed mighty acts in order to deliver them from their bondage."
"We are approaching the Feast of Passover when all of Israel will recall to mind their ancestors exit from Egypt. This was a historical event that took place, but there is a deeper meaning inside the story which we all can relate to."
"In biblical times, ashes were associated with mourning. They were an external symbol of death, destruction and tragedies resembling the agony a person was going through. One example from the book of Esther was when the decree of Haman to destroy the Jews went out."
Last week, the staff of CBN Israel were invited to speak to a group of mothers who have all declined abortion with the help of Be’ad Chaim.
"When the Lord opens your eyes to a temptation from the enemy through His word, by His Spirit or in some other way, like Jesus did, resist it with the truth and run in the way of righteousness."
"Throughout this time, I have come across many difficult stories, but I can honestly say that I have never seen even one of these righteous ones abandoned or forsaken by God in their time of trouble."
"When Aneta returned home, she knew the truth. Today, she shares with everyone she meets that God is alive and it was He that healed her."
"Monuments of victory are easy to set up and even something we like to maintain. But there were also memorials that reminded the people of their failures."