"The battle for Jerusalem is not just the subtitle of CBN’s recent docudrama about the recapturing of the Old City by the Jewish people. It is a spiritual wrestling match about who is truly God."
"God desires your healing, but the exhortation here is that making our “paths” straight is our responsibility and has a direct influence on our healing."
Today, Reuben is the head of the rehabilitation center that lifted him out of his struggles, was trained by CBN Israel in helping others become financially free, and is looking to start an independent business in the carpentry industry.
"But this 'fruitfulness' is linked to God’s blessing resulting in the creation of something new. Our actions partner with God’s creative power to bring about something that brings joy and satisfaction."
For the past five years, CBN Israel has been partnering with Israel Firstfruits for the purpose of developing believing business entrepreneurs for the market place in Israel. God has given His people Israel a mandate to be a light and and a blessing to the nations.
"Living in this world is a war of emotions. The physical world around us seems to constantly throw things in front of us causing inner emotional turbulence. We lose our emotional balance and end up losing our peace."
"It is our duty to act on behalf of those who are helpless and suffering and who lack an advocate. As our CBN Israel staff listened to Aster’s story they sought the Lord for wisdom and favor and began the process of providing assistance."
"I sometimes wonder how the Galilean Jews responded when they first heard these words from Yeshua. These Jews who lived under the heavy oppression of Roman tyranny that perpetuated their poverty and suffering, I have to assume that they didn’t feel particularly blessed."
"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.