As 2017 ends, we see things heating up in the Middle East. Kevin Kallsen of Anglican Unscripted and Rev. David Pileggi of Christ Church Jerusalem talk about the building tensions in the region and what we should be praying about going into 2018.
Jonathan Cahn obviously had Matthew 25 in mind when he exhorted the United Nations to hear the cries of Messiah and do something as groups such as ISIS persecute and kill Christians around the world.
As the sun set in Jerusalem, the mood went from mourning to dancing. Israel has their Memorial Day the day before Independence Day to remember the cost of freedom. Today we have a short history in video by Maoz Israel. It starts with the First Zionist Congress in 1897 and goes through all the political and legal declarations of Israel’s statehood.
The sun has set in Jerusalem. It is officially Yom HaShoah, that is Holocaust Remembrance Day. The full name of the day is Yom HaZikaron laShoah ve-laG’vurah, that is Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day.
I want to introduce you to Calev Myers. Myers is the founder of Jerusalem Institute of Justice. In the embedded interview with i24 News, Meyers is questioning why the United States wants to engage Syria now when before the chemical attack that killed 1,400 the United Nations had calculated that more than 100,000 had already died.