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by Tents of Mercy, Revive Israel & Restoration from Zion

July 2017 Vol 26, No 07
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  A Dream About Affections of This World
Asher Intrater

As we say "no" to the affections of this world, our heart is free and pure to follow after the Lord.
  End the Occupation
Daniel Juster

...wouldn't it be nice to hear a more even-handed UN demand to the Palestinian Authority to stop its own role in perpetuating the occupation status quo?
  In the Desert
Moshe Morrison

...there must be a personal encounter with God over all else, one that removes distractions and obstructions.
  Step Out of the Boat
Yevgeni Stanukevich

Yeshua is out there, calling us to follow His voice out onto the waters of trust.
  Renewed Idealism
Eitan Shishkoff

The next stage of history will hand us the opportunity. The approaching time of conflict and confusion is our cue.
  Aggressive Fruit of the Spirit
Asher Intrater

The opposite of aggressiveness is not passivity, but a focused effort to go in exactly the reverse direction from the lusts and selfishness of human society.
  Son of the Commandment: A Testimony
Motti Cohen

His wife had been praying for him for 15 years. God has answered ...
  Evangelism to IDF Soldiers
Rachel Natenal

They were amazed and said, "What? This is in our Tanakh?"

All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicted, are taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

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