My grandson, Jared, and his wife Rebekah (whom I call by her Hebrew name), Rivka, shared this wonderful video with me just now.
Been back from Israel one week tomorrow midnight. I just woke up from an afternoon nap (Even though I’m sleeping nights, I still get a little sleepy in the afternoon.)
I went to the computer to check the Jerusalem Post and I read something that brought back memories-and fortified how different this administration is toward Israel than those of the past, republicans included.
We received this clarion call by Franklin Graham, President of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse, to pray for our President Donald J. Trump on June 2, 2019:
This morning I received a call from Shelli.She said, “Boker Tov, Mom, where you are., but Erev Tov where I am.”She is in Netanya, Israel. And we ended the conversation with, “Shabbat Shalom.”
Shelli and I are just back from The President’s home at Mar-a-Largo.
The election is tomorrow. We had a wonderful time of prayer about that and other things as we walked the ramparts on the walls of Jerusalem. The CUFI Women’s Leadership Tour has been wonderful. But since it was short the days were packed from early morning to late night.So I have not had time to keep regular blogs.What is amazing here is that even with tension on all borders the tourists are here in record numbers. It has to be the Lord.
Since arriving at the Kinneret yesterday I have not been able to keep up with the news. We were in Tel Aviv a few days before we came here. As we watched the news the rockets continued to be fired from Gaza with the IDF continuing to respond. (We will not be anywhere near the border with Gaza.)Of course what to do about this is much talked about in these days nearing election April 9.
When Gary Wood went to Heaven after being killed in a car wreck in 1966 he didn’t want to come back. The Lord sent him back, however, and told him three signs would appear shortly before His Coming. 1. A Spirit of Prayer. 2. A Spirit of Restoration. 3. An Outpouring of Miracles.
Recently, a strong impression from the Lord brought to my mind the only two times in 40 years that I have had a strong mantle, which actually felt like a blanket, drop upon me from over my head.
First, I apologize for telling you I would be blogging from the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C. last week and then not doing it. It was because I found I could not type or send email on my laptop. That’s fixed now. And here are some highlights of what I think was the best NPB I’ve ever attended.
It’s a beautiful day in the Ozarks and especially beautiful to have a day at home to enjoy God’s creation from the place He (and you) have provided for me.
Just back from the best ever KCM Ministers’ Conference! As well they should be as we approach the soon-coming of the Lord. It is humbling that they continue to invite me to be a speaker to this congregation of those serving the Lord.
ver since going to Soviet Russia one January in 1980 to an underground church in an apartment where every window was closed, I have especially loved the celebration of Christmas.
One of the greatest honors of my life is to be associated with Pastor John Hagee and Diana. And tonight I felt so honored to be present when Jews honored him on his 60th year of ministry.
A Tribute to Robert O. Naegele, Jr.
(His earth’s sojourn: 11/23/1939 – 11/7/2018)
A Passionate Believer, A Patriotic American, A Lover of Israel, And a truly dedicated lover of his wife, Ellis, their children and grandchildren, and all his family.
I turned on my computer and checked Fox News. How saddened I was to learn of another shooting. And this time in a place I used to go to so often some 30 years ago. Thousand Oaks, California.
I looked at my cell phone to see the time and as I begin to write it is 4:44 P.M. About half an hour ago a beautiful rainbow appeared. As I look out my mirpeset (balcony) the end that can be seen most clearly seems to sit on the Mountains of Moab. Present-day Jordan.
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