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Here is the next generation of worshipers and intercessors willing to press into God for His will to be done in the Middle East. These are young men and women willing to share in one another’s culture. Jews dancing to Arabic music. Arabs singing in Hebrew.
Sunday was the 28th of Iyar on the Jewish calendar, the 45th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem — Yom Yerushalayim, Jerusalem Day. So many — but mostly “national religious” teenagers — filled the streets of Jerusalem to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the restoration of all of Jerusalem into Jewish control.
We interrupt this blog for a photo public service announcement (PSA). I was on day three of a four day conference I was documenting. We’d just come down from the Mount of Olives, and I was cooling off before dinner. I was also getting my photo gear ready for the evening session. So I take [...]
Paul tell us that Yeshua is our Passover lamb sacrificed for us. Even when doing the modern, Rabbinical Jewish seder, one sees Messiah all over it. But in the Samaritan Passover we get the closest to seeing what an observant Jew would have practiced and seen through the Temple periods. When Paul says Jesus is our Passover, when John the Baptist introduces his cousin as “the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!”, this is what they were visualizing.
This weekend, the moon was the closest to the earth during it’s fullest phase, giving us a “super moon.” While in North America the full moon was Saturday night, in Jerusalem it was at its fullest on Sunday night. Next time I’ve got to get higher so I can get the moon lower on the [...]
The sun has set in Jerusalem. Independence Day is over (though I heard fireworks in the distance not long ago).
I joined the crowds last night and rejoiced with Israel for 64 years of independence, 64 years of having a homeland once again. God is not a man that He should lie. He has his reasons for tarrying. Israel waited and waited for their own country, and in 1948 the LORD finally restored it to them.
God is faithful to perform that which He has promised, even if it seems like we’ve been waiting so long.
This post is the third installment of the Biblical Fall Feasts by Koinoia House (a ministry of Chuck Missler). (Read about Rosh HaShanah/Feast of Trumpets and Yom Kippur.) The Feast of Tabernacles is the only of the seven feasts that the Bible mentions will be celebrated in the Millennial Kingdom and it concerns the nations. [...]
This year the Day of Atonement fell on shabbat. So businesses closed in the early afternoon, as usual. The buses stopped running. I had a worship watch at Succat Hallel at 8 p.m. I left my apartment at 7 expecting the the streets to be empty, like most shabbats. Instead, I found the streets alive [...]
Greetings. Something a bit more low key, today. It is Friday night (well, will be early Saturday morning by the time I’m done tapping this out). So the city is quiet, families are in their homes having shared a meal, kicking back, maybe reading the Word. A couple of weeks ago, I shared a shabbat [...]