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The Attitude of Gratitude

Compiled by Christine Darg Jerusalem Channel According to the Hebrew for Christians website, gratitude is essential to the life of faith. We read in the Torah: “You shall bless the LORD your [...]

The Torah Portion Is Always in the News

By Christine Darg Jerusalem Channel As I often point out, the worldwide Torah portion in the synagogues corresponds to current events, and no less so this week. In this week's [...]

Intercesssors for Israel Friday Prayer Points

Praise: The annual Torah reading cycle restarts this Shabbat with the foundational verse for all of God's revelation – Genesis 1:1 – exactly where we would expect a foundation to be. In the [...]

Israel’s Top 50 Christian Allies 2022 

      In honor of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), the Israel Allies Foundation announces its 3rd annual list of Israel’s Top 50 Christian Allies Christian leaders who were selected [...]

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The Feast of Tabernacles and End-Time Prophecy

By Christine Darg Jerusalem Channel Despite a world filled with anxieties and uncertainties, during the wonderful Feast of Tabernacles God's instructions are to rejoice and not to come before him [...]

Yom Kippur: The Last Call to Repent Before a Long Trumpet Blast!

“Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.” (2 Corinthians 6:2) By Christine Darg Jerusalem Channel This is the most solemn day on the Jewish calendar: [...]

TRUMPETS: The Feast with Many Prophetic Names!

By Christine Darg Jerusalem Channel I believe the next MAJOR PROPHETIC event will be the Rapture of the Church because in God’s economy things happen in order as outlined on [...]

The Elimination of Free Will?

By Christine Darg Jerusalem Channel      What is free will?      In Christianity everyone is regarded as having a free choice to follow his or her conscience.    [...]

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