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..."
Pentecost is also known in Israel as Shavuot, the Feast of Weeks. Pentecost was the event when the Holy Spirit was poured out, and made available to all flesh, as God promised through the prophet Joel.
Stefan writes, "So, you want to support Israel and be part of her economic success, but you don’t live in Israel, don't travel there too often and are not sure about the investment possibilities you have. So how can you accomplish this?"
Sandra writes, "Psalm 122:6 says, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.” The rest of the psalm tells us how."
Dustin writes, "Seven weeks, or approximately 50 days, after the Feast of Unleavened Bread, God’s people are commanded to celebrate the Shavuot or the “Feast of Weeks.” This feast is now upon us this week. But what is there to celebrate?"
David writes, "The Land is not going to disappear as long as the earth is here. But what about the Jewish people? The prophet Jeremiah recorded this promise from God, which ISIS may want to take as a bit of military advice."
K.J. writes, "So this week when we are in school and someone quotes the beloved words, "The Temple Mount is in our hands," I will have to swallow the lump in my throat and thank God for bringing us home to our city, to our inheritance, whole and free once again."
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."
Aaron writes, "If you forget everything else you read here, remember this one thing. If you spend more time talking about how you’re “not Christian” than you do talking about how the Lord died to redeem you from your sins, then you’re doing it wrong."
Rev David Pileggi looks at the particular context of God’s relationship with the Jewish people. He is the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and of Israel. Jesus is the Lion of the Tribe of Judah.