Good news vignettes to inspire those who love Israel

Jerusalem’s multi-generational families In an unbroken line since Bible days, Jews have had a direct connection to their land and its capital, Jerusalem. Even during their Dispersion, a remnant remained in the Holy Land. The popular contrary view is that the Jews invaded, from Europe and elsewhere, and stole land from Palestinian Arabs. History tells

The time has come

“Therefore, behold, days are coming, says the LORD, when they shall no more say, ‘The LORD lives, Who brought the Children of Israel up from the land of Egypt,’ but rather, ‘The LORD lives, Who brought up and brought back the seed of the House of Israel from the land of the north and from

Perilous times echo a new age

In the game of chess, the white piece is moved first. Is that racist? Some weeks ago, a radio reporter in Australia tried interviewing John Adams of the Chess Federation. The reporter suggested chess is racist and wanted to know if Adams believed the game rules should be changed. Adams, an economist, refused the interview,

We are all Noah now

Finding parallels between the Bible and life today is the realm of rabbis and ministers, but sometimes even laymen see the obvious: This has been the year when all of us have been isolated like Noah. Of course, we have it somewhat easier. He spent a year adrift at sea. We needn’t deal with sea

Everything is in God’s hands

Whatever turmoil we may face, the counsel of God’s Word is, “all on Me in the day of trouble: I will deliver you and you will glorify Me” (Ps. 50:15). Three actions between God and man are contained in this verse. This year the world has been going through one of the greatest pandemics in

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