Holy Travel: Spurgeon, important discoveries in ancient city of David

Charles H. Spurgeon and the restoration of IsraelCharles Spurgeon is one of history’s most influential orators and theologians. Though he died 56 years before the birth of the modern state of Israel, the return of the Jews to the land of their covenant was something he foretold many times in his sermons Stuffed TomatoesThe word…

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175 Nations, 7 Continents, 1 Prayer

As the Bible said it would, Jerusalem has become a cup of controversy on the global stage today (Zech. 12:2-3). RIGHT NOW… there are increasing threats from many nations against God’s covenant city, there are escalating tensions surrounding the inhabitants of the land of Israel, and there are ever-increasing global repercussions for all mankind because…

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PM lobbies world envoys against Palestinian statehood bid

BY HERB KEINON, JPOST— Israel is prepared to make concessions, but the Palestinians have shown no indication of a willingness on their own for compromise, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Monday to a group of 18 ambassadors to Washington from Asian, European, African and Latin American countries who don’t usually vote for Israel at the UN.…

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2,000 Year Old Sword, Menorah 'Sketch' Found

BY GIL RONEN, ARUTZ 7— Exciting finds, including an intact Roman era sword and a stone “sketch” engraving of the Menorah, have been discovered in archeological digs near the Temple Mount recently, and the Antiquities Authority is making them known for Tisha B’Av – the anniversary of the Temple’s destruction. The Authority has been digging…

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Palestinians planning new wave of violence, warns Israeli FM

BY ISRAEL TODAY— Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Sunday warned that the Palestinian Authority is planning to unleash a new wave of violence against Israel in conjunction with its bid for UN recognition of a Palestinian state at the UN in September. The Palestinian leadership “is planning violence and bloodshed on a scale that…

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More than a quarter-million take to the streets in ‘Israeli summer’ protest

BY SHEERA FRENKEL, JEWISHWORLDREVIEW— More than a quarter-million Israelis marched Saturday evening against the high cost of housing, though many Israelis said it was a general protest over the struggle to make ends meet. “Every month was the same. We would work and cut coupons and hold off on anything frivolous. Still, we would end…

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