A legendary Israeli storyteller describes three clergymen on a visit to Mount Zion in 1965. When they asked the Jewish curator why the Jews claim Jerusalem as their capital, he replied with a story. When Moses appointed Aaron as High Priest, a man named Korach objected. It was only once Aaron's staff blossomed that the people accepted him as the High Priest, as the blossoming rod symbolized life and vitality. The curator then pointed and said: "In the old Arab section of the city there is desolation, yet here in new Jerusalem, everywhere you look you see life, growth, and vitality. Jerusalem belongs to those who make it bud and blossom, to those who make it live and grow.” The heat of Summer is upon us and that means planting trees in Israel is now more important than ever!
With the United Nation’s cultural body (UNESCO) once again passing a series of anti-Israel resolutions that deny the country’s biblical and historical claims to Jerusalem, Harry H. Moskoff, investigative archaeologist, author, and Temple Ark expert, believes that one of the strongest ways to support Israel is through searching, and even finding the Ark along with the holy Temple vessels, as to whose true location he claims to have a unique theory.
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In preparation for Jerusalem Day (Wednesday, May 24), many rabbis and public figures have been calling upon the people of Israel to ascend the Temple Mount as an expression of love and solidarity with the holy city of Jerusalem. Yesterday, Miri Regev, Israel's current Minister of Culture released this video appeal to ascend the Temple Mount on Jerusalem Day.
Rabbi Asi Spiegel, takes us to Adir Winery's vineyard in the Upper Galilee. He explains how the Land of Israel itself is connected to the Jewish People. Only when the Jews are Home does the Land go through a metamorphosis from a desert wasteland infested with malaria to an Oasis of Plenty.
Roman glass jewelry is a type of jewelry that incorporates both beauty and history. Unlike pottery and stone, glass is not a material commonly associated with ancient societies, but in fact it was highly popular and widely produced in the Roman Empire. These stunning pieces of Roman glass were excavated during archaeological digs across Israel. By wearing these beautiful earrings, you are reviving 2,000 years of Jewish History!
I love God with all my heart. He has given me a heart for Israel and all His people. He has blessed me to connect with Israel 365. I am truly grateful for all that He does and is going to do. My heart has been extremely burdened for the babies and children of Israel. My burden is right from heaven. Having survived my own trauma, I pray that He would hold each one of these babies close to His heart and comfort them. Blessings to you and all you do. --Kerry L Mischka