Faith Becomes Sight!

Astonished! Pleasantly shocked! Downright flabbergasted! I cannot even begin to describe my emotions as we drove up and saw the BIG, HIGH buildings that are growing to be the Migdal Arbel Prayer and Study Center!

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Four Hostages Rescued!

Just two days ago, we stood at the site where they were taken. Hundreds were murdered, kidnapped, tortured and raped in unimaginable deeds performed by undoubtedly demon-possessed terrorists.

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Jerusalem Day

We began the day with Matan Kahane, member of the Knesset and a war hero. He shared current situations and did not want us to record.

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The Garden and the Tomb

One of my favorite spots to teach the Lord’s prophesies in Matthew 24 and Luke 21 is from the Mount of Olives at the Garden of Gethsemane.This video is rather long, but I think the teaching came out rather clearly.

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Planting in Israel

Neot Kiddumim is a 600 acre place where they grow all the plants of the Bible.
And it played a key role in my starting to bring people to Israel.

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Jerusalem Temple Tunnels & The Old City

Pastor Lynne Hammond, Heather Bergstrom, Shelli, Lynn and Isaac Brim and I took a taxi to the Western Wall Plaza. We wanted to pray at the Wall.I scurried over to see if we were in time for tour in English of what lies below ground. And we were.

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Shalom From JERUSALEM!!!

Shelli and I are here now for The Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast, a three-day affair with lovers of Israel gathering from around the world, including many national leaders, to stand with Israel. Israeli leaders will welcome them. And we will pray together for Jerusalem and Israel in the plan of God.

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Judgment: An Interview with Hannah Brim

Just finished doing an interview with Hannah Brim for her Facebook Live broadcast.
Our subject:  Judgment. We talked about what happened here at the Salt Sea to make it the deepest place on earth.
Then we moved to the helicopter crash that killed the President and Foreign Minister of Iran just this past Sunday, May 19, 2024.

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Remembrance Day Ends, Independence Day Begins

Yesterday we went to the shopping area of Ein Bokek. As we sat at a table outside the mini-market we heard a clean-cut young man about 17 or 18 years old ask a question of an Israeli woman in English. We took up a conversation with him. He is from Vancouver B.C. and in this Land with a Jewish youth group. We talked a while and explained  who we are—Zionist Christians and what that means, etc. 

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