David writes, "The Creator of the Universe, the God of Israel, has appointed as His eternal address on Earth, this tiny piece of real estate. It is the very epicentre of the age old conflict between the Jews and the Muslims, and the problem is not going to go away before the Messiah returns."
David writes, "Last week in the USA, the Uniting Church of Christ announced officially that they will boycott Israel... One has to ask the following questions - what Bible do they read, and which god are they really serving? How can they be serving the God of the Bible?"
David writes, "There is a new 'sound' being heard in Israel. It reverberates throughout the land every day and it is steadily increasing."
David writes, "Whether we realise it or not, we are all involved in the war between YHVH and Lucifer, for our souls and for the souls of our children and grandchildren."
David writes, "The Western world has been steadily sliding into the abyss since the end of the Six Day War in 1967 and it is now accelerating exponentially. I have written all of the above to say this..."
David writes, "By the time you are reading this comment, President Trump will be on his way back to the White House. Once he is back at his desk in the Oval Office he will have some serious decisions to consider."
David writes, "Forty days later, just before Yeshua returned to Heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father, He instructed His disciple to remain in Jerusalem until they were filled with the Holy Spirit."
David writes, "Ever since I began to read the Bible after my transformation from atheist to Messianic Believer 30 years ago, I have based my faith on the fact that YHVH, the God of Israel, is a covenant making, covenant keeping God."
David writes, "As the winds of war increasingly grow stronger, let us all play our part in hastening the day that Yeshua returns (2 Peter 3:12) to Jerusalem to judge the nations and to establish true peace..."
David writes, "As the Jewish people prepare to celebrate the Passover on Monday night, and Christians around the world prepare to celebrate Easter the following week, the gap between the two events, which in many ways celebrate the same thing, highlights the distance that the Church has drifted from her Biblical roots."