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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Migdal Arbel: Rising Out of the Ground

In the picture above, I am standing on a balcony in Building 2. In the background you can see Mount Arbel and the Sea of Galilee. I was in Israel in December. I had planned to take a tour and call it a “Hanukkah Tour.” The Bible calls Hanukkah the “Feast of Lights,” a festival which Jesus observed. We normally take two buses, at about forty-five per bus.

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New Year’s Day – Jerusalem, Israel

This blog is for me. Remember, I said the blogs would serve as my journal. So I feel free to express my personal feelings. My emotions are very much mixed today. I miss my family, colleagues, and friends. (We left home the end of November.) But I don’t really want to leave these people and this Land in such an hour as this.

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Stewardship

The Lord used two mountains to drive home to the Jews the difference between blessings and cursings. Through Moses the Lord had differentiated between the two, especially in Deuteronomy 28. Then when Joshua and the people entered the land, they followed instructions given through Moses to plaster, write, and call out upon one mountain the blessings (Mount Gerizim).  On the other they were to write and call out the cursings. (Mount Ebal). (See Deuteronomy 27; Joshua 8:33).

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MIGDAL ARBEL PRAYER AND STUDY CENTER

I didn’t sleep well last night anticipating today.
How would it feel to see, to touch, what has been a “call” for more than twenty years.
I don’t call it a dream. Because I can’t truly say it is my dream.
It is a “call.” Something the Lord called me to do. Something He prepared me for. Step by step. Providing amazing confirmations along the way. Comforting me. Urging me never to quit. And I would even venture to say, giving me “the gift of faith” for it.

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Migdal

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.”

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