Category Archives: Heart attitude to Israel

“He being dead still speaks” – A perspective on the eschatological teaching of Art Katz

The Book of Hebrews describes Abel as a righteous man whose sacrifices were approved of by God (Hebrews 11:4). Though he was murdered by his own brother Cain (who was the first child born on this planet), Abel’s righteous testimony speaks volumes – even after his death. As the blossoming revival known as the Messianic […]

Booster rocket theology

It’s a high calling to intercede for Zion’s sake, to “not be silent” concerning the welfare and destiny of Jerusalem.  Most people who intercede for the coming restoration of the Jewish people know that Israel’s place in God’s heart and in biblical strategy has not been usurped or replaced by the primarily Gentile body of […]


In the classic film “The Princess Bride”, Cambridge-trained actor Peter Cook plays the Impressive Clergyman, presiding at the almost official wedding of Prince Humperdinck and Buttercup.  His famous lines are known and loved by many moviegoers: “Ma-wij! Ma-wij is wot bwings us togevah today! Ma-wij – that bwessed awangement, that dweam wifin a dweam …”  […]

Breaking Hitler’s Bow

Economic upheaval in Europe, riots in North Africa and Damascus (the jewel of the Islamic world), Palestinian attempts to establish a fait accompli at the UN (prior to dividing up the land of Israel) – we live in interesting times. The recent public exposure by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) of Iran’s secretive drive […]

The world has entered into the time of dividing up the Land of Israel

Our last newsletter (sent out in early August) sought to clarify the real strategic, democratic and biblical issues surrounding the Israeli government’s evacuation and retreat from Gaza and Northern Samaria. The goal was to correct misinformation about events in Israel, and to present more accurate information from an Israeli, Hebrew and Messianic perspective about facts […]

Satanic strategies and anti-Semitism

World events are speeding up. So much is happening so quickly. Our heads spin with the constant flow of news. Who can keep up with it all? The race to keep up with the present produces stress and this stress will not disappear simply by gathering or sorting facts. As a matter of fact, it’s […]

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