Monthly Archives: December 2015

Sometimes God Says, “No”

“So Abraham said to God, “If only Ishmael might live before you!” But God said, “On the contrary, Sarah your wife will bear you a son and you must name him Isaac. So I will confirm My covenant with him … Continue reading

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Moving Backwards

A backsliding heart partakes of its ways, and a good man is rewarded for his. Proverbs 14:14 We seldom talk about “Moving Backwards” now, but it’s still in the Bible.  “Return, backsliding children! I will heal your backsliding.” “Yes, we … Continue reading

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The Jabok River

The Jabok River By: Rami  Rachamim (Our Guide in Israel!) This week’s Torah Portion (“Vayshlach” – “And Jacob sent” – Gen. 32:3-36:43), contains one of the most important stories in Scriptures – Jacob’s experience at the Jabok Pass (Gen. 32:22-32). … Continue reading

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The Judge of All the Earth

After these things, I heard something like the loud voice of a great multitude in heaven, shouting: “Halleluyah! Salvation and glory and power belong to our God.  For His judgments are true and just. Revelation 19:1-2a Abraham asked the question … Continue reading

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Meeting Messiah

But the Lord said to him, “Go, for he (Saul) is a choice instrument to carry My name before nations and kings and Bnei-Yisrael. Acts 9:15 When someone meets Messiah later in life, their eyes are certainly opened to “the … Continue reading

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