Thanks to our wonderful donors, one of the oldest homes at the Fellowship-supported Neve Michael, which was in desperate need of repair, was recently renovated! Now the home has more open spaces, which has turned this once dull and cramped home into a bright, welcoming space for the children. Additionally, two new rooms for after-school activities were added.
While we take it for granted that David captured Jerusalem and made it Israel's capital, we need to remember that at the time this was a surprising move. No judge or king had established any capital, let alone one in a place that was difficult to conquer. Why did David choose Jerusalem? Jewish scholars and historians suggest four reasons.
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