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Shavuot — Jewish Pentecost

Shavuot (pronounced sha-voo-OHT), which Christians know better from the Greek, Pentecost, is one of three pilgrimage festivals in which Jewish men during biblical times were obligated to go to the Temple in Jerusalem.

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Shavuot – Pentecost

(pronounced sha-voo-OHT), which Christians know better from the Greek, Pentecost, is one of three pilgrimage festivals in which Jewish men during biblical times were obligated to go to the Temple in Jerusalem.

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Celebrating Our Common Ground

As the Jewish people celebrate Shavuot — also known as Pentecost — and God’s gift of His Word, Yael also thanks Him for the millions of Christians who both cherish the Bible and stand with the Jewish people.

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Sukkot – A Time of Joy

Listen to this podcast from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's radio program, Holy Land Moments, as he explains how Sukkot is a time of thanksgiving.

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Monday Devotional: Two Become One

God promises that He will bring His people back to Israel, and there, they will be one nation, with one king and one God.

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Two Become One

God promises that He will bring His people back to Israel, and there, they will be one nation, with one king and one God.

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Bringing God’s People Home

God gives us the opportunity to play a role in fulfilling His purposes, and today we are able to help bring His people home.

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God’s Promises

Let us be strengthened and inspired as we watch the fulfillment of God's promises before our very eyes.

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The Lost Tribes

As we witness biblical prophecy being fulfilled and see firsthand God’s mighty work in and through His people, we can be encouraged that the Holy One we worship is faithful to all His promises.

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As Miracles Take Flight

It doesn’t matter what the world might say about babies born in Jerusalem. God has a register of His own.

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Jerusalem, Our Eternal Home

Jerusalem is the only capital the Jews have ever had, and Israel is the only Jewish homeland that will ever be!

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Monday Devotional: No Matter What

Even when it is hard to see, God finds a way into our lives and serves as a sanctuary for us even until the ends of the earth.

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