Exploiting Lent to attack Israel

By Mark Tooley, www.weeklystandard.com For most Christians, Lent is a season of penitence and devotion in remembrance of the events leading to Christ’s crucifixion. For Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP), Lent is an organizing tool for rallying U.S. Christians against Israel. CMEP is releasing a series of Lenten devotionals, culminating with the current Holy…

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Iran's Palestinian Uprising

by Jonathan Schanzer, The Daily Caller Hundreds of Palestinian youths wrapped in checkered headscarves held demonstrations in the West Bank last week. Some erupted in violence. Last weekend, no less than three Palestinian factions clamored to take responsibility for killing two Israeli soldiers. The week before that, the Israeli army reported “a violent riot by…

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Faith Lessons: Hill of Precipitation

by Daniel McCabe Rejection of Jesus Mark 6:6, “And He marveled because of their unbelief.” Looking down upon the ancient battlegrounds of the Plain of Esdraelon directly to its south, the small village of Nazareth has witnessed in its history the clash of countless dueling armies, including those of Sisera, Gideon, Saul, Solomon, Jehu, Jezebel…

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How the Resurrection Broke Eden’s Curse

By J. Lee Grady, Charisma Sin began in a garden. Thousands of years later, Jesus Christ stood in another garden and announced His ultimate victory. The Easter story has many amazing scenes: Jesus’ last Passover meal with His disciples, His arrest and brutal scourging, His crucifixion between two criminals, and the dramatic darkness that fell…

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Passover and the Bride Price

By Jim Barfield and Jared Sturgill The bible tells us that there are seven feasts and festivals that God gave to mankind.  You can find the listing of these festivals in Leviticus chapter twenty-three.  The festivals are as follows: Passover, Unleavened bread, Pentecost, Feast of trumpets, Day of atonement, Feast of tabernacles, and the Sabbath. …

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