Ron talks about how we love to be served, using an example from his own life that taught him a lesson he never forgot. We are called to serve—to be humble and to lower ourselves before others.
Ron writes, "I recently met with a missionary to Europe who told me of one evangelist from a Muslim background who goes into refugee camps every day. Because of the danger, he asks the Lord to lead him to those refugees who are ready."
Ron writes, "And, as I am typing, they are in the ninth inning at 8:19 AM, Sunday morning (Israel time) and are about to defeat baseball powerhouse, Cuba. This is nothing short of a miracle…well, just short of a miracle. After all, we are talking baseball, not Red Sea partitions."
One of Ron’s favorite verses that we hear him repeat on Out of Zion is Ezekiel 36:24, where it speaks of the return of...
Ron writes, "German Chancellor Angela Merkel has proclaimed that Islam is not the cause of terror. Since when did heads of state become scholars on Islam?"
Ron writes, "For the past eight years the United States, under the leadership of President Obama, has distanced itself from its historic friendship with democratic Israel. President Trump’s new UN Ambassador wasted no time and making it clear that the United States was back on the side of the Jewish nation."
Many believers do not know that Pentecost is not a Christian Holiday but a Jewish Feast day. God purposely poured out his spirit on Jerusalem that day, knowing that Jews would be there from all over the world. 3,000 Jewish men plus women and children came to Jesus that day.
Ron writes, "God said to Abraham that His seed would be a blessing to the world (Gen. 12:3). This has come true—even towards our enemies."
Ron writes, "Dear Mr. Bennett, I see on Twitter that you have turned down a trip to come visit my country, Israel... What changed your mind was this article in the Times of Israel, so you say..."
Ron writes, "We work in ministry teams where each one has a unique gifting. This is called synergy. The idea is very biblical and it means that the sum of the parts working together is greater than the sum if they worked independently."