In that day, I will restore David’s fallen sukkah. I will repair it’s broken walls and restore it’s ruins. I will rebuild it as in the days of old.

– Amos 9:11


God’s hook in the jaws of the world

Middle Eastern events are speeding up, both in significance and momentum. Yet even amidst the tumult, there is a quiet place available in God from which flows understanding, discernment, sobriety and peace. Like the men of the tribe of Issachar, “men who understood the times, with knowledge of what Israel

Something is happening here, Mister Jones

At the onset of the youth revolution in 1965, Bob Dylan penned “Ballad of a Thin Man” (© Special Rider Music). The most famous line in that song was “Something is happening here and you don’t know what it is, do you, Mister Jones?” Mr. Zimmerman’s reference may have been

Jews and Arabs: one big happy Abrahamic family?

The past twenty years have seen a rise in Israel-related spiritual focus among enthusiastic believers. Concepts like the “One New Man,” the “Restoration of David’s Tabernacle,” and the “Isaiah 19 Highway” have all come into their own, and are currently in vogue. New concepts are exciting, yet sometimes need gentle

Tampering with Abraham’s Last Will and Testament

Even as Egypt was shaking in the throes of revolution last week, spokesmen for Western powers insisted that the real danger to Middle East peace had nothing to do with the numerous demonstrations raging throughout the Arab world (either targeting military dictatorships or advocating Islamist dictatorships) in Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt,

“You say you want a revolution”

The year was 1968. The thought on everybody’s mind was revolution. The Vietcong’s January Tet Offensive had triggered demonstrations throughout the United States and Britain. In March London’s Grosvenor Square hosted a riot across the street from the American Embassy. Paris was convulsed by general strikes and student riots in

Riots on the Highway to Egypt

 The land of Egypt is going through convulsions. The Middle East’s most populous country and the cultural center of the Arab world is experiencing riots in the streets. Media spin is trying to describe these events as a domino effect due to Tunisia’s recent “jasmine revolution” – when President Zine

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