Elhanan writes, "As Israeli followers of Messiah here, we all do our best to promote peace with our Arab neighbors, having friendly contact with them almost daily. Some of us take part in groups that meet together with Palestinians to forge friendly ties and understanding. But these churches who wish to punish us all here in Israel, are thoroughly counter-productive."
Elhanan writes, "But like Saul the Pharisee, it was not by power or by might that he was transformed to become the apostle of the Messiah, but a direct divine encounter..."
Elhanan writes, "A fog of confusion and electronic misinformation has covered the earth, and one must wield a very sharp sword to cut through that blinding fog to get to the truth."
Elhanan writes, "Wonderful Wonder Woman is Snow White on steroids, the amazing Amazon Diana played by our own gal, Gal Gadot in all her stunning beauty, richly endowed with every feminine attribute..."
Elhanan writes, "A devout friend who has since left this world told me not long before he died that he took no pleasure from anything in this world... Was he correct in his conclusion?"
Elhanan writes, "As I write these words a report comes of yet another fatal Islamic Jihadi terrorist attack in London... the Brits seem asleep to what is happening to them, along with slumbering Europe and the West."
Elhanan writes, "The phenomenon of the utterance in tongues arose first at Mount Sinai at Shavuot, seven weeks after the exodus from Egypt. There the Ten Words were given by the Creator in a voice heard by the entire nation of Israel..."
Elhanan writes, "Fifty years ago at this time the City of David, of Solomon and Hezekiah, of Isaiah and Jeremiah and Paul and Peter and Jesus was delivered back into the hands of the Jewish people after a two thousand year hiatus."
Elhanan writes, "Do I say one thing and do another, making myself a hypocrite by definition? Do I profess faith in the Messiah, and by my actions deny that faith?"
Elhanan writes, "The making of war is a relatively easy state to fall into, like a child who is capable of knocking down everything in the den, whereas the task of taking the mess and making of it peace is far more challenging."