Tag Archives: exile

They call mine a “Jewish soul”…

On board ElAl music plays softly on my headset, a lilting melancholy tune as we taxi. Thoughts of the Judean hills and views of Tiberius flit through my mind and my eyes are suddenly moist with tears. I’m surrounded by … Continue reading

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A prayer journey…

Recall that a couple weeks ago I posted a reblog about Greater Israel, the HUGE territory prophesied to be given to the sons of Israel. Well, today, I joined about 45 mostly non-Jews who understand the volume of prophesies regarding … Continue reading

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When History and Prophecy Come Together

What would it have been like to be at the signing of the Declaration of Independence?  Or at the First Zionist Congress, or the first meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, or at any great event that changed history? … Continue reading

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Updates on Progress with B’ney Yosef

Much is happening across North America with B’ney Yosef and initiatives that spilled out of the First B’ney Yosef National Congress that took place in May 2015 in Ariel, Israel.  Friend and fellow laborer, Al McCarn, has written an interesting … Continue reading

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