Four thousand years ago our ancestors left the bondage of Egypt. After the long night of abject servitude they were finally free - almost. The road to becoming a free people in their own land was to be circuitous and fraught with danger; it was a road that would test their faith and resolve over and over.
Praise God!! The test results came in (Sunday, March 25th) and Dr. Constantini told us know that the growth was benign!!! The doctor did also indicate that the tumor was atypical, meaning that it was slightly different in the sense that it will need more follow up than he initially expected.
Two weeks ago, it was discovered that our daughter Netaley (almost one year old) has quite a large brain tumor that required surgery Please pray for her healing. All are welcome to join our Facebook group: Prayer for Netaley who want to pray for Netaley and get updates on her journey to recovery.
Proverbs 11:25 The generous soul will be made rich, and he who waters will also be watered himself.
Have you ever met a generous person you didn’t like? Generous souls are attractive.
This may be the most important thing I have written in light of the growing number of anti-Israel theologians on the rise. This paper is a rebuttal to Dr. Stephen Sizer's (pictured...he is the one of the right) paper, Jerusalem: The City of God in Biblical Tradition, that he gave at the Int'l Conference on Jerusalem in Qatar, before a multi-religious group. In his paper, Dr. Sizer seems to suggest that Jerusalem belongs to Judaism, Christianity and Islam. A rebuttal was demanded...
The Jerusalem Institute of Justice (JIJ) has stepped up their campaign in advancing civil rights and religious freedom in the State of Israel, working hard to tackle cases dealing with religious discrimination and inequality of Messianic Jews, Christians and other religious minorities.
While many outside factors can and do contribute to building a child’s self-esteem, the most important has to be the parent. After all, children learn their first lessons about self-esteem from their parents.
Is the President a Muslim, is he a Christian or is he something else altogether. A careful search reveals what seems to be the truth. While no one can say what is in another man's heart, we can look at a tree and investigate the fruit.
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We are excited to report that Dugit is hosting more and more outreach events. We recently held another art exhibition, displaying the artwork of Avital a Messianic Jew from Ashdod. Her daughter, Shai, entertained those in attendance with worship music while they viewed the paintings and enjoyed the free cappuccino. During the exhibition, a middle-aged non-believing man, Yosef, came in and happily accepted the free coffee. However, he soon became hostile and began cursing us. He has hardened his heart to the Gospel of Messiah. Pray with us that the scales will fall from Yosef’s eyes; that the Lord will reveal Himself to Yosef and that he may become zealous for the Lord of Lords, Yeshua the Messiah.
As Messianic Jews and supporters of Israel who attended the “Christ at the Checkpoint” conference we were warmly welcomed. We participated in a personal capacity, clearly stating we did not claim to represent any other individuals, groups or organisations. We gave presentations on God’s continuing purposes for the Jewish people and the land of Israel, assured by His covenant promises to our forefathers; the need for reconciliation to develop a deeper fellowship and partnership in the Gospel with our Arab brothers and sisters; and the building of a Messianic Jewish theology and practice of reconciliation and peace-making.
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