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The Destiny Of Israel

A look into the covenant relationship between the Jewish people and God; the exile among the nations and ingathering back into their own land. God has preserved Jacob's offspring, but why and what prophecies are yet to be fulfilled in regard to the Jewish people and Israel?

The Feast Of Tabernacles

The third and final of our Fall Feasts Series, The Feast Of Tabernacles. The most joyous feast in the Jewish calendar; full of significance and prophetic insight for all believers in regard to the Lord coming to tabernacle with man, then and in the coming age!

Fall Feasts Study Resource

We have combined our three Fall Feasts teachings into one convenient study resource, ready to use. You can download it immediately in either PDF or Kindle format.

Can These Bones Live?

In a valley, the prophet Ezekiel saw dry bones, cut off from hope and a future. The bones were the nation of Israel and God promised He would revive them and bring them back to their own land in due time. This has happened in our time and this is why.

Weekly Prayer Bulletin: Aug 05 2016

Points for prayer gathered from events and news over the past week. This week: understanding God's plans for Israel in the Jewish regathering, praying into their return to their Land; ISIS threatens Israel, Anti Israel rhetoric and peace across Israel despite the struggles.

Why Still Care About Israel?

In this updated and urgent book, Sandra Teplinsky shows why many Christians are asking the wrong questions about Israel. With honesty and solid biblical insight, she unravels the mystery and controversy of Israel, showing how it impacts you by taking you into the Lord's passion for all humankind.

The Day Of Atonement

In the second of our Fall Feasts Series, we look at the Day Of Atonement, Yom Kippur. What did this most solemn day mean for Israel and what does it typify for the believer regarding the atoning death of Jesus Christ, the great High Priest?

The Great Jewish Aliyah

Aliyah is a uniquely Jewish concept, the return to the Land of Israel. It began in waves in the 19th Century and continued throughout the 20th Century. What is the significance of this return, for Jewish people and much more, for the nations?

Passover

Spring opens with the remembrance of Israel's exodus out of Egypt, the demonstration of God's power and deliverance for the Jewish people. But it has messianic fulfillment in the sacrificial death of the lamb of God, Yeshua, and the coming redemption.

The Feast Of Trumpets

In the first of our Fall Feasts of Israel series, we study the Feast Of Trumpets, Rosh HaShanah, and understand it historically then to the future fulfillment the Feast surely looks forward to.

Stand In The Gap For Israel

Why pray for Israel? Supremely, the Bible says we should pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Israel faces many enemies and is subjected to gross misrepresentation by many in the world's media. What is our role as believers?

The Feast Of Weeks

Seven weeks after Passover, Shavout, the Feast of Weeks, is celebrated. This marks the giving of the Law at Sinai, reaping the land's firstfruits and looks forward, as all feasts, to deeper fulfillment in the Messianic Age.

The Land Covenant

God made a clear and everlasting covenant to Abraham and his descendants after him in regard to the physical land of Israel; to whom it would belong forever. Contentious yes, but nevertheless an irrevocable promise.