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Let us Support the Holocaust Survivors

The word Holocaust in Hebrew is Shoah and it means catastrophe. It can be hard for us today to imagine living in a world where systematic state-sponsored annihilation happened as a world stood-by and watched. This persecution and genocide against the Jews was so great and pre-meditated that it began in stages overtime in a … Continue reading Let us Support the Holocaust Survivors

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Israel and Palestine

Most people when they see or hear the name “Palestine” today they think of Palestinians. This was not so a few decades ago. Today in all forms of media, this propaganda is an outright refusal to acknowledge Israel. This has grown out of Arab nation sand has been accepted through a lack-of-understanding by viewers and … Continue reading Israel and Palestine

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The Force of Compassion

Ever wondered how you can touch the world? Ever wanted to do more and thought it impossible due to your own life situation? The Love of God has made a way since the beginning of time hidden within the power that lies within a seed. Jesus speaks of a widow who gave an offering of … Continue reading The Force of Compassion

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Biblical Reason To Love Israel

The name Israel is found more than 2,500 times in Biblical scripture. It appears as “Yisra’el” which means “God Prevails” and once it appears as “El ‘elohey Yisra’el” which means “the mighty God of Israel.” All occurrences of Israel refer to a name whether it is a man or referring to a nation of people … Continue reading Biblical Reason To Love Israel

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Portrait of a Holocaust Survivor

Rivka shares her story. “I was a little girl in a small village near Tarnopol Poland. One day the Germans were out on the road and they were asking everyone if they were going to the right direction. My Father stood there without hesitation and answered them in German, “Go straight, then turn to the … Continue reading Portrait of a Holocaust Survivor

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