Promised Land

Entering the Promised Land

The first glimpse of the Promised Land that the Israelites had from the east side of the Jordan River must have elicited a range of emotions. After 40 years of wandering in the desert, eating some unknown substance called “what is it?” (mannah), they must have been extremely relieved to be entering the land of milk and honey they had been told about.

Finding Hope in the Faithfulness of God

The Youngest Yet The Oldest

This year in May Israel marked her 65th birthday.  As we celebrated the birthday of America’s most valued friend and ally in the Middle East, we also reflected upon the miracle of Israel’s birth.  This 65th birthday makes it among the youngest nations on earth, but also one of the oldest.

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