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Israel is the adopted children of God. There were those who believed in Christ but as a whole the nation missed the promised Messiah. WHY? They believed they would inherit the kingdom of God through the bloodline of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob plus following the Law of Moses. But Jesus told a Pharisee who was a leader among the Jews – “unless a person is born again he cannot ever see the kingdom of God. (John 3:3).
The problem was not with God, His Word or Law, the problem was with the understanding of God’s Word. Israel became proud of the physical heritage and missed salvation belongs to God only. So, today there are Jews who have received salvation throught faith in Christ Jesus as the Messiah. Like in the past, there are Jews today who believe being born a Jew gives them the right of sonship and access into the kingdom of God…. read more
Jan Markell talks with Dr. David Reagan about his new book, “Israel in Bible Prophecy: Past, Present, and future.” Their conversation centers around how the nations are treating Israel which is what the Bible predicted would happen.
Findings include ivory statue, jars and storage, as well as walls covered in charcoal; Findings confirm Israel’s constant growth during Iron Age, as well as wealth of the city
Israeli archeologists have unearthed findings dating back to Babylonian conquest and destruction of the First Temple in Jerusalem.
Archeologists uncovered several artifacts from charcoal covered rooms in the City of David dating prior to the siege of Jerusalem at the hands of King Nebuchadnezzar over 2,600 years ago.
Archeologists found several jars for storage, as well as charred wood, fish bones, human bones and seeds. Amongst the artifacts found were an Egyptian ivory statue, pottery jars and rosette seal dating to a decade prior to the capture of the Temple by the Babylonians… read more
Underground barrier project to prevent ISIS tunnels into Israel, to take 1.5 year to construct; Project is extension of underground barrier currently being constructed on Gaza border
Israel will build an underground barrier on the border with Egypt to prevent ISIS and terrorist groups from infiltrating Israel through tunnels.
The underground barrier will take a year and a half to construct, the first phase to span a kilometer. The underground barrier will increase to three kilometers total, the project estimated at costing $940 million.
The barrier will enable the IDF to quickly identify tunnel construction from the Sinai Peninsula and will be protected by an additional border fence… read more
Monday evening marked the beginning of the Jewish fast of Tisha B’Av, which commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples.
Thousands of Israelis participated in an annual march around the walls of Jerusalem’s Old City, with a special focus on the Temple Mount.
Though it is Judaism’s holiest site, Jews are still not allowed to pray there due to threats of Muslim violence…. read more
Question who will be sitting in this third temple? Anyone know..
2 Thessalonians 2:3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; 4 Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.
The Catholic Church’s response to recent turmoil over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem confirms that the Church is using Islamic replacement theology, in “direct violation of the Torah”, to “promote heresy” and deny the Jewish and Biblical connection to the Mount, said prominent Christian and Jewish voices in a harsh takedown of anti-Israel Christian vitriol.
“These so-called ‘Heads of Churches in Jerusalem’ are false prophets,” Laurie Cardoza-Moore, an influential Evangelical figure in the global pro-Israel Christian movement, told Breaking Israel News in an exclusive interview. “Their words are in direct violation of the Torah, the prophets, the writings and the New Testament.”
Cardoza-Moore, President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations and special envoy to the United Nations, referred to a declaration made last Wednesday by a group of churches under the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem which placed blame for flaring tensions on the Temple Mount solely on Israel… read more
In the wake of ongoing clashes between the Israeli authorities and the Palestinians, a Bituach Leumi (national insurance, or social security) office in the Wadi Joz neighborhood in East Jerusalem was set ablaze Wednesday night. Trees in front of the office caught fire, causing extensive damage to the building but no injuries. Firefighters were called to the scene and quickly extinguished the fire.
Police are investigating and said they have not ruled out any motive, including nationalistically motivated arson. Palestinian news sources are reporting that the fire was caused by a Molotov cocktail being thrown at the building…. read more
Zechariah 12:2 Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling unto all the people round about, when they shall be in the siege both against Judah and against Jerusalem.
Zechariah 12:3 And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it.
Waqf, PA and Hamas claim victory after removal of cameras, Waqf approves prayer at Temple Mount; Netanyahu warns Al-Jazeera against inciting violence, threatens to expel them from Israel
Israel removed security cameras installed this month at the Temple Mount on Thursday after ongoing protests, some violent, from Muslim worshippers who opposed the increased security.
Following a decision made by Israel’s Security Council Wednesday, Israel began dismantling the cameras on Wednesday night sparking celebration from Muslim worshippers… read more
The government’s brutal actions at the Al-aksa Mosque, changing the status quo by placing metal detectors, will necessarily lead to a third Intifada, that already began today,” Joint List Member of Parliament Taleb Abu Arar, said Friday afternoon. The lawmaker warned of a major Palestinian uprising and accused the police of killing three Palestinians in clashes following weekly prayers in Jerusalem.
“Those who initiated the violence and killed three Palestinians were the Israeli police,” he said.
MK Ahmad Tibi, also from the Joint List party, said that the responsibility to the clashes to those who died is the government and its head, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.<!–more–>