Amitai: A Soldier’s Story and a Recurring Dream
Author: Shlomy A

There were 14 generations from our ancestor Abraham to King David; 14 generations from David to the Babylonian exile and 14 generations from the exile to the coming of our Messiah Yeshua. For Amitai, an Israeli soldier who recently became a believer in Yeshua, the number 14 is also significant, for Amitai’s family has not…

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A Cactus Who Lost His Spikes
Author: Shlomy A

My name is Shlomy. I am a sabra (in Hebrew tsabar”), a native-born Israeli. Sabra is also the name of the Israeli cactus. I was once very much like that prickly cactus. I was born into a Jewish family and as a boy I loved all of the traditions. But when I was 13, I…

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Celebrating Sukkot in Israel
October 1, 2001
Author: Shlomy A

Sukkot is one of the most significant Jewish holidays, especially in Israel. Sukkot reminds us of how the Lord brought us out of Egypt and provided everything we needed when we had nothing but His presence to live on. It also points to the bountiful provision that He promised us once we entered the Land….

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Meet Our Missionary Trainees
November 1, 1999
Topics: thanksgiving
Author: Shlomy A

My name is Shlomy. They call me a Sabra (in Hebrew Tsabar”) which means I am a native-born Israeli. Sabra is also the name of the Israeli cactus. I was once like that thorny cactus. I was born into a traditional Jewish family and as a boy I loved it. But when I was 13,…

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