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Message from the Founder – March 2017

Dear Lovers of Israel, Greetings from Jerusalem, the eternal undivided City of God. I am so proud and excited to write to you today launching our first newsletter today to thousands of members of LoveIsrael by email, including 500,000 followers of LoveIsrael Ministry around the world. God established LOVEISRAEL through me, his servant, with His … Continue reading Message from the Founder – March 2017

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The LORD God will Bless

The LORD will send a blessing on your barns and on everything you put your hand to. The LORD your God will bless you in the land He is giving you.” (Deuteronomy 28:9) The LORD has been mindful of us; He will bless us; He will bless the house of Israel; He will bless the … Continue reading The LORD God will Bless

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Abrahamic Covenant

Eternal Abrahamic Covenant – LoveIsrael

Abraham’s first act of obedience led the way to his eternal Covenant when he obeyed God when He said to him, “Get yourself out of your country, away from your kinsmen and away from your father’s house, and go to the land that I will show you. I will make of you a great nation, … Continue reading Eternal Abrahamic Covenant – LoveIsrael

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LoveIsrael: The Negev a place to Trust in the LORD

The first mention of the Negev in the Bible is in Genesis 12:9 as God calls Abraham away from his country, his relatives and his father’s house. “Then Abram journeyed on, continuing toward the Negev (the South country of Judah).” An ancient road in the Negev named “Way of the Patriarchs” was a road traveled by Abraham, Isaac and … Continue reading LoveIsrael: The Negev a place to Trust in the LORD

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Caesarea Aqueducts

The next time rain clouds gather consider all the various cycles that perpetuate the flow of water that is a requirement to sustain life. Water is vitally important for growth therefore the need to bring water from its source to where people live has been a central problem for civilization from the beginning. Caesarea was … Continue reading Caesarea Aqueducts

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The Future that Changes the Past – Parashat Beshalach Final Blog

The Future that Changes the Past

Parashat Beshalach This Shabbat when we read Parashat Beshalach is also termed “Shabbat Shira” for “Shirat Hayam” (The Song of the Sea) which we festively read on Shabbat morning in the synagogue. When and why was Shirat Hayam said? Six days after Am Yisrael was liberated from Egypt, it reached a dead end. The desert … Continue reading The Future that Changes the Past

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