Although I am not a big football (soccer) fan, and don’t even know all the rules, the championship of the 2015/16 season has been a cause of celebration in the whole city of Beer Sheva for the last three days since its decisive victory in the final game of the season. Many people throughout the country rejoiced as HaPoel Beer Sheva won its first premier league championship in 40 years, and in its first year in her new stadium. Last night, … Continue reading
Prayer might be the only thing many believers can do; and prayer might be the only thing on which many believers across the denominational streams agree. Therefore, even here, the enemy comes in to bring inaction or disunity!
Let’s pray now together the prayer, commonly known as the “Lord’s Prayer”, but which is better described as the prayer pattern which Jesus taught His disciples and brothers to pray. Yeshua’s prayer in John 17 is definitely the Lord’s prayer! (Even now … Continue reading
Here is an interesting article with some statistics comparing Israel in 2016 with those at her establishment in 1948, 68 years ago: http://www.israelhayom.com/site/newsletter_article.php?id=33619
The period between Passover and Shavuot/Pentecost is full of significant commemorative days here. Last week was Holocaust Remembrance Day; this week we have Memorial Day and the Day of Independence (68th). Of course, Ascension Day was remembered last week by those who remembered! By Messiah’s ascension to glory at the right hand of the Father, we who believe in the Lord can receive the Holy Spirit, who was given only after that event. And Yeshua ever lives now to intercede for … Continue reading