Howard writes, "Thank-you for your prayers connected with the events here in Beer Sheva for the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC Beer Sheva Charge and victory. The city has never had a day like this before!"
Reaffirming the decree for Israel’s restoration: Reviving the Balfour Declaration of November 2, 1917
Sandra writes, "This week marks the anniversaries of two historic, global level declarations that released Kingdom of God transformation in the earth."
David Schmidt spoke on Lloyd George's 1917 Cabinet and why Britain issued the Balfour Declaration. The last of our historical lecture series 100 Years Ago:...
Ron writes, "Recently, it was announced that Hamas and the Palestinian Authority are back together…again! They’ve buried the (blood-stained) hatchet. But can this really work?"
"After the passing of a hundred years, most have forgotten that it was not a unilateral act of the UK. There was no UN at that time, or even League of Nations, but in the wake of the Turks finally losing their grip on the countries in the Levant..."
Jonathan Kaplan, vice provost of the Rothberg School at Hebrew University, spoke on how events from the Balfour Declaration to the British Mandate affected the Holy Land.
"For such a small country, Israel seems to be everywhere. Which begs the question: What’s the big deal?"
Aaron writes, "Traditionally, Israel has argued that Western countries should support it because it is “the only true democracy in the Middle East.” That used to garner a lot of sympathy in Western countries, but it’s becoming less and less relevant for several reasons."
Howard writes, "This October 31 marks the 100th anniversary of the heroic victorious charge of the Australian Light Horse Brigade of between 500-800 horsemen against the entrenched Ottoman Turkish forces in Beer Sheva... Our congregation, Yeshua’s Inheritance, has been actively involved in this whole matter concerning the ANZAC since 2001."
Elhanan writes, "This is a phenomenon little dreamed of for two millennia, as Jerusalem lay mourning in her ruins, and waiting. Few dreamed that the Jewish people would ever actually return and rebuild the ancient ruined cities, and prevail against overwhelming enemies."