Will Israel Ever Be Free?

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Every year around this time, Jewish people around the world celebrate Purim—a holiday commemorating the time when Persian King Ahasuerus (traditionally identified as Xerxes I), extended to the scattered descendants of Judah’s captivity the right to defend themselves against their enemies. It was a momentous day, when a mighty world ruler—hardly a Jew himself—intervened against one of his own advisor’s schemes, and prevented persecution of the beleaguered Jewish minority living in his kingdom.

Every year around this time, Jewish people around the world celebrate Purim—a holiday commemorating the time when Persian King Ahasuerus (traditionally identified as Xerxes I), extended to the scattered descendants of Judah’s captivity the right to defend themselves against their enemies. It was a momentous day, when a mighty world ruler—hardly a Jew himself—intervened against one of his own advisor’s schemes, and prevented persecution of the beleaguered Jewish minority living in his kingdom.

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Questions and Answers

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What does “Good Friday” reveal about Christ’s death and resurrection?


What does “Good Friday” reveal about Christ’s death and resurrection?

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A Warning For You!

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It really is time to “wake up!” Are many of us becoming “asleep at the switch?” A common attitude of millions of human beings is to “go along to get along.” It is often easier to go along with the public mood or situation than to stand against it and take criticism or even persecution. So most people succumb to the “take it easy and go along” approach. Our religious and political leaders often tell us that “all is well.” But, my friends, all is not well!


It really is time to “wake up!” Are many of us becoming “asleep at the switch?” A common attitude of millions of human beings is to “go along to get along.” It is often easier to go along with the public mood or situation than to stand against it and take criticism or even persecution. So most people succumb to the “take it easy and go along” approach. Our religious and political leaders often tell us that “all is well.” But, my friends, all is not well!

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The Wonder of Life in the Womb

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When a mother gently places her hands upon her growing belly, contemplating the new child developing within, she is truly touching one of the great wonders of life. The creation of new human life is, indeed, a miracle. And more than a miracle—it is a miracle meant to point us further to the purpose of human life, itself!


When a mother gently places her hands upon her growing belly, contemplating the new child developing within, she is truly touching one of the great wonders of life. The creation of new human life is, indeed, a miracle. And more than a miracle—it is a miracle meant to point us further to the purpose of human life, itself!

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