Issues 06:10 Yeshua and Israel

Yeshua and Israel

The Jewish religion is not static, fixed in ancient times. New rulings of rabbinical interpretation of the law meet the modern milieu and even a new Jewish holiday can find its way onto the calendar. The fifth day of the month of Iyyar marks the anniversary of the day in 5708 when the modern state […]

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The Man Who Walked

(Genesis 22:6-8) The man who walked with fire in his hand Rose early, that his work might soon be done. He took a knife, he took his only son To a high mountain in a barren land. As at first light the climber takes his stand To spy a route (where men say there is […]

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He Makes Me Lie Down in Green Pastures
Author: Don Baker

Green pastures don’t just happen.” If ever you’ve walked over the rolling hills of Israel, you’ve noted that the ground is rocky, barren and brown. Lack of rain between May and October means that vegetation is either withered in the heat or non-existent. In the shepherds’ fields near Bethlehem where David grazed his flock, the […]

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Friends

Rebecca and Miriam were the closest of friends from the time they were little girls. In fact, they were like sisters. The close bond was not even challenged when Rebecca married Mordkhe, son of Yitzak the Baker. Said Miriam to Rebecca, Though we are not related by blood, our bond is stronger than that of […]

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