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Kehilat HaCarmel (Carmel Congregation) is a Messianic congregation located in Haifa on Mount Carmel, Israel.
Carolyn writes, "I heard a loud thump and even the ground shook from the impact when something fell on the land. I quickly recognized that the sound of the thump was David’s fallen tabernacle."
Hebrew worship song "A Pure Heart" performed at "Praises Of Israel" worship concert in Jerusalem, 2019.
Moran writes, "We have something great to look forward to! In the meantime, let us not grow weary, but keep our eyes focused on what God has called us to — to build His Kingdom."
Joseph writes, "Just building the Sukkah, a temporary, shabby, insecure structure that allows the rain and the wind to come in as well as the cold and heat, and that nothing in the Sukkah has any permanent value, reminds us that this is also true of our lives which have no permanence."
Joshua writes, "Why did a heated discussion on Jewish identity and Israeli citizenship erupt on the Knesset floor in light of the proposal? What can the Messianic Jewish community in Israel and abroad learn from this?"
Eric writes, "While Sukkot is by design a celebration, it is also by design a time of reflection. As I sat around the fire this weekend, I thought about three different groups of people."
Tuvia writes, "Pandemics like COVID-19 have a lot in common with the holiday of Sukkot. Sure, pandemics don’t exactly make us rejoice, but they fulfill the same purpose as Sukkot does – to remove us from our false sense of security."
Richard writes, "Amazingly, our Lord Yeshua, the God of all Creation, has hidden the full revelation of His earthly identity until now, just before the End Times begin."
Chava writes, "Herzog’s noble intentions and prediction of massive Aliyah, within the next three to five years, may be seriously hampered by the present problematic immigration policies of the Ministry of Interior."