Monday, March 28, 2022

Larry & Bess Herzekow come to Charlotte, NC from Israel


Larry & Bess Herzekow come to Charlotte, NC from Israel

March 26, 2022

Larry & Bess Herzekow of Har Adar (near Jerusalem, Israel) come to Charlotte and share their message of House of Compassion ministry.

March 26, 2022 – Saturday afternoon (4 videos). Prophetic words, witnessing to Jews, travel to Israel

Videos filmed and shared by Steve Martin – to give appreciation to and love for those we support, through Love For His People, Inc.

Wednesday, March 23, 2022




March 23, 2022

ElijahStreams 267K subscribers

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Steve Shultz interviews Charlie Shamp — LIVE RIGHT HERE — on March 22, at 11AM Pacific Time. Charlie will be discussing exposures happening in the foundation, and prophetic words for Brazil, Taiwan, and praying for Russia and Ukraine.

Monday, March 21, 2022

The Chosen – 5 Controversial Chosen Moments (Dallas Reacts)


The Chosen – 5 Controversial Chosen Moments (Dallas Reacts)

March 21, 2022

The Chosen 1.56M subscribers

Do we believe Jesus rejects worship, acts like a rock star, isn’t fully God, and that there are things he can’t do? And do we really think the greatest prophet ever is “creepy” or disrespectful? If you’ve heard any of these from a friend, or been concerned yourself, we have the answers. Whoa! Episode 5 was controversial (Director reacts) Our Bible consultants discuss our most controversial moment

Chapters 00:00 – Intro 01:33 – Jesus jokes about his deity. 03:06 – Jesus resists Nicodemus’s worship. 05:42 – How we treat John the Baptist. 10:24 – Jesus rehearses his sermon. 11:35 – Jesus is a rock star?

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Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Who Was St. Patrick and the History Behind Saint Patrick’s Day | Drive Thru History Special


Who Was St. Patrick and the History Behind Saint Patrick’s Day | Drive Thru History Special

March 15, 2022

Drive Thru History
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Drive Thru History: Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today, Host Dave Stotts travels to Ireland to visit some of the historic landmarks of St. Patrick’s life. You’ll see where Patrick lived as a slave in his childhood, his many churches, and many other iconic landmarks as you learn the history behind Saint Patrick’s Day and the man who it’s named after! Watch full episodes of Drive Thru History with Dave Stotts on TBN On Demand:

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Monday, March 14, 2022

Discovery on Jerusalem Pilgrimage Road Proves It Was Built by the Man Who Crucified Jesus


Discovery on Jerusalem Pilgrimage Road Proves It Was Built by the Man Who Crucified Jesus

03-14-2022 CBN News Jerusalem Julie Stahl


The Roman governor who was responsible for condemning Jesus of Nazareth to death by crucifixion also ordered the construction of a street for pilgrims to follow to the Jewish Temple more than 2,000 years ago. 

National Geographic reports that historians previously thought it was the Roman-appointed King Herod the Great who approved most of the large construction projects that remade ancient Jerusalem into a major pilgrimage and tourist center. But a recent analysis of more than 100 coins found beneath the stepped street point to the start and completion of the effort under Pontius Pilate, who ruled for about a decade starting in A.D. 26 or 27.

Coins discovered in the past few years beneath the paving stones date to around A.D. 31. The most common Jerusalem coins from the first century were minted after 40, “so not having them beneath the street means the street was built before their appearance, in other words only in the time of Pilate,” Donald Ariel, a coin expert with the Israel Antiquities Authority, told the magazine. Related

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The road took 10 years for the Romans to build. When it was completed, it ran more than a third of a mile long and measured 26 feet wide. More than 10,000 tons of limestone were used in its construction. 

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The Jerusalem road, which has been uncovered by archaeologists, was traveled by Jewish pilgrims obeying the biblical commandment to travel to Jerusalem three times a year for a Temple sacrifice – at Passover, Shavuot  (Pentecost), and Succoth (Feast of Tabernacles).

“The places and events and peoples that make Jerusalem, Jerusalem for Christians, for Jews, it all happened here. It happened here in the City of David,” said Zeev Orenstein, Director of International Affairs at the City of David Foundation

“This is where the beating heart of Jerusalem is.  We’re talking about the Pool of Siloam, we’re talking about Mt. Moriah, the Temple Mount. We’re talking about the City of David.  The Pilgrimage Road links them all together,” Orenstein told CBN News.

For Jews in ancient days, their pilgrimage began at the Pool of Siloam, a giant mikveh, or ritual bath.  The size of two Olympic swimming pools, they would purify themselves here before going up to the Temple to offer their sacrifices.

“The historian Josephus says, 2,000 years ago, on the pilgrimage festivals, there would have been more than 2 million people going up on pilgrimage. That’s a lot of people that need to bathe,” Orenstein explained.

The pool is also where Jesus healed the blind man as recounted in the book of John.  Its location was hidden by a road until fifteen years ago when a sewage leak led to excavations, the discovery of the pool and much more.

“The archaeologists when they find the pool of Siloam, they understand that that’s the pool and they know where the Temple stood on the Temple Mount 2,000 years ago, the same Temple Mount as today,” Orenstein said.

Orenstein said then archaeologists wondered how the pilgrims traveled from the pool to the Temple Mount.

“So the archaeologists widen the excavation,” he explained and that is now what they’re calling the ancient Pilgrimage Road.

The stones are that Jesus would have walked on, on his way up to the Temple.  The significance of the excavation of the Pilgrimage Road is that for the first time in 2,000 years, visitors will be able to walk all the way from the Pool of Siloam up to the Western Wall.

“The word in the Bible, the Hebrew word is Aliyah b’regel, oleh regel.  Now what we understand that to mean is that it’s a spiritual ascent, going up to Jerusalem, going up to the Temple. It’s a very holy place,” Orenstein explained.  “But, when you’re in the place where the Bible happened, the words of the Bible come to life,” he said pointing out that the road actually goes uphill. 

And it was more than that.

“This would have been a Times Square.  We would have had on both sides of the road, keep in mind the road is about three, four or five times wider than what we see.  You would have had shops, stalls along both sides of the road. This is the center of Jerusalem from a spiritual perspective, from a communal perspective, also from a commerce perspective,” he said.

“Now, one of the major issues of Jerusalem is that it’s a living city. All the archaeological layers are built on top of one another and the modern quarters and everything (is) built on top of the archaeological layers,” said IAA Excavation Manager Ari Levy.

Although the ancient road was out in the open 2,000 years ago, it’s currently underground, beneath the Jerusalem Arab neighborhood of Silwan. So walking on the road is like being in a tunnel.  Levy says uncovering the road is a major engineering feat.

“We have a modern neighborhood just above our heads and we don’t want it to collapse,” Levy told CBN News.  “After each meter that we take out, each meter of soil, we (put in) an arch-like construction.  This supports the entire weight of what we have above us.”

Along the route, you can see many places where the road remains intact and others where it’s destroyed given its violent history.

“We know that the Romans they destroyed Jerusalem and if you were to find everything intact it wouldn’t seem like much of destruction,” Orenstein said.

Among the discovered treasures are small coins minted during the Great (Jewish) Revolt before the Romans destroyed the Temple and Jerusalem in 70 AD.

Scholars often wonder why the Jews made worthless coins instead of weapons. Orenstein has an answer.

“The Jews of Jerusalem understood that the Romans were likely going to destroy the city. But they also believed that one day in the future, descendants would return and find these coins and they would know what their ancestors lived and died for – for a free Jerusalem. 

“And here we are nearly 2,000 years later, standing along the very same Pilgrimage Road here in the City of David in Jerusalem – the capital of the Jewish State of Israel,” he said.

Half of the Pilgrimage Road will open soon to the public and within a few years, all the way from the Pool of Siloam to the Western Wall.   That will give visitors a firsthand experience of what it was like to worship God in the time of Jesus.

*This story was first published in 2019. 

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