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Moran writes, "This feast of remembrance, which God instructed Moses and the children of Israel to keep thousands of years ago, is a generational bond between the Jewish people over the millennia."
Pastor Chad from King of Kings Community Jerusalem gives a teaching, "Pointing to the End," on March 29, 2020.
Eric writes, "It is amazing how a change of circumstances can reveal what is in our hearts. If people all over the world only had to adjust to living with social distancing and having their interactions with friends and family members largely through digital means, it would have been a huge change."
Hosted by a Messianic, Jewish, Israeli, Torah teacher (Hannah Nesher) this online Passover event will be packed full of inspiring insight, helpful instruction and biblical truth.
Shani writes, "All of us in Israel are used to the constant threat of rocket fire and bus bombings; aggressive people who don’t like the fact we exist is a way of life. But I have to stop myself and remember — just because we’re used to it, doesn’t make religious persecution right. And left to fester, it could easily get worse."
Tuvia writes, The deadly corona plague pandemic is spreading around the globe, targeting all human beings without distinction. In order to keep us safe, most governments have issued quarantine rules and banned large assemblies of people. This means that all religious assemblies are currently put on hold. Churches, synagogues and mosques."
Lilian writes, "My approach to life is “Be pro-active!” as much as you can. During the "Days of Corona" I would humbly suggest to think about 2 things: What if? What after?"
"The people of Israel are confined to their homes, waiting for the plague to pass… reminiscent of the very first Passover three and a half thousand years ago."
Miriam writes, "I still did not grasp as many did not, the magnitude of what really was going on. I was going to do my tour and that was the end of the story as far as I was concerned. I began to have a rude awakening. Yet God gave me such grace."
Can an Israeli Messianic believer have a voice in today’s world of independent rock music? Adam Lee Rosenfeld, a father of eight living in Jerusalem, believes so.