Yael’s Holy Land Reflections
This Independence Day, we celebrate the U.S.-Israel relationship because we share values, beliefs, dreams, desires, and a mutual respect for one another.
With tens of thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors alone and in need of help, we will never stop searching and caring for these forgotten Jews who mean the world to us.
I was blessed to have a father like Rabbi Eckstein, and I pray that I can follow his example as an effective leader, humble servant of God, and loving parent. But this Father’s Day I will also give thanks for our heavenly Father, who loves us with an everlasting love for all of eternity.
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.
On Jerusalem Day, we give thanks to God for the miraculous reunification of His Holy City. But every morning we still pray for the full restoration of Jerusalem with the Third Temple and God’s presence in our midst.
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