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


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,

Revival of the Hitler spirit

The prophet Daniel had no idea what forces would be unleashed when he interceded to God about the return of the Jewish people to the land of Israel. Major spiritual warfare exploded, with the Archangel Michael and Gabriel wrestling with demonic forces known as the “princes of Persia and Greece”

The peace process and the Prince of Peace

Christmas cheer fills the homes and shopping malls of the Western world, and the words of the angelic chorus echo softly in the background – “Peace on earth to those with whom He is pleased” (Luke 2:14). The year 2011 is nearly upon us. As the world stumbles further into

The politically correct blasphemy of Replacement Theology

PC, or political correctness, is a modern term referring to the shaping of one’s speech according to a certain political dogma. Though some would champion PC as a means to minimize offense in regard to race, gender, occupation, culture, disability and age-related issues, others believe that PC involves suppressing free

True and False Reconciliation

Certain buzz words are guaranteed to tug at people’s hearts – words like ‘motherhood’ and ‘patriotism.’ Who could possibly stand against motherhood, or betray one’s true and native land? Obviously – only a villain! The word ‘reconciliation’ has a similar strong pull. Who could conceivably be opposed to reconciliation? Only

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