Tag Archives: Israel

Here is a ‘firstborn’ mindbender, sure to stretch you!!

Following is a link to a Scripture image and thought from thebarkingfox.com.  Friend Al McCarn has assembled a couple verses that will totally stretch your understanding of YHVH’s plan and purpose…. Picture of the Week 04/21/17 – http://wp.me/p4cMjG-1tC

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What did Moses see in the ‘Burning Bush?’

Originally posted Dec. 12, 2013 The first part of Exodus chapter three details Moses’ encounter with the ‘burning bush.’  I re-read this portion of Scripture the other day as part of a recent topical study when I saw something I … Continue reading

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Jerusalem has become a cup of trembling…. Buckle your seat belt!

It is hard to understate the enormity of recent happenings regarding the fate of Jerusalem.  I am still trying to process it all, but I do think it safe to say that we, mankind, have crossed a threshold into prophetically … Continue reading

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Watch “How well do you REALLY know God’s chosen city?” on YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=gfzjnsTFzoY Make it a PRIORITY to visit Jerusalem in the coming year.  And,to make the trip extra special, I recommend doing it during one of the pilgrim feasts.

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Helping the fire victims in Israel

As I am sure we are all aware, the recent fires in Israel have caused an incredible amount of loss, both in physical property and emotional loss.  By Yah’s grace, there was no loss of life and it does appear … Continue reading

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A day in the Golan…

We’ve been home several days now, but there is still so much to share from our 21 days in Israel.  Maybe tomorrow I can share about davening in the rear galley of a 777 and two incredible conversations on the … Continue reading

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Where’s Wald…, er, Rambo?

I guess you guys can tell, I’ve finally gotten over the writing hold up.  A combination of fatigue and being too full of all the incredible stuff I have been processing that I have not been able to write. Mostly, … Continue reading

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Ephraim and Rimona Frank’s concluding thoughts on the Second B’ney Yosef Congress

Following are thoughts penned by Ephraim and Rimona Frank upon the conclusion of the Second B’ney Yosef Congress.  They are published with permission. Overview of the Second Bney Yosef National Congress The dedication of the First Temple in Jerusalem took … Continue reading

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Traveling home today

The Congress is over and I am still processing the magnitude of the events I have seen and experienced in the last three weeks.  I will be writing a lot once I get my feet back on the ground and … Continue reading

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A report on the Second Bney Yosef National Congress

Israel 2016: Picking Up Where We Left Off – A Report on the Second B’ney Yosef National Congress – http://wp.me/p4cMjG-1g1

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Embraced!!

I really should be packing.  Or, I should be asleep.  We have an early day tomorrow to get in some touring in northern Israel before checking in by mid-afternoon at the hotel for the Congress.  But, I’m processing.  This trip … Continue reading

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“In the Courts of my King!”

Following is a guest post written by my son Jeremiah. This whole trip has been quite the experience. Hi, I’m Jeremiah Rambo, Pete’s second born. I’m 17 years old, and beginning to find my feet in the world that I … Continue reading

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Sabra…  

In Israel, a native born is termed a ‘sabra’ after the tough cacti that grow around the land, due to its tough prickly skin and soft inner core.  The real irony, if I understand this correctly, is that the sabra … Continue reading

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Dancing with Tzemach, Nadav and Dalia

Last erev Shabbat we had the special privilege of having our host join us for dance.  As I related in a post about it, at close friend of his who happens to be a Jewish folk dance instructor was downstairs, … Continue reading

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Shabbat Shalom 

So the sons of Israel shall observe the sabbath, to celebrate the sabbath throughout their generations as a perpetual covenant.’ It is a sign between Me and the sons of Israel forever; for in six days the Lord made heaven … Continue reading

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