A Tikkun International® report
by Tents of Mercy, Revive Israel & Restoration from Zion

November 2017 Vol 26, No 11
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  Alignment
Asher Intrater (Revive Israel)

If there were an Olympic competition for complaining and arguing, no doubt we in Israel would win the gold. In an embarrassing way, it is part of our culture and identity that no one wants to cooperate with anyone.
 
  Are We Making Progress?
Daniel Juster (Restoration from Zion)

The Bible teaches that every person is created in the image of God and is therefore deserving of individual respect and honor.
 
  Sound of the Shofar: Past, Future, Present
Eitan Shishkoff (Ohalei Rachamim)

This distinct, eerie sound signals God's arrival on earth, and the timing for all those with a heart for God to meet with Him.
 
  A Report
Leon Mazin (Return to Zion)

We have always been a bit conservative, but recently, during congregational prayers, we heard many prophecies and a lot of expressed desires "to start doing what the Lord shows us to do."
 
  Bethlehem's Secret
Sarah Singerman and Malek Gavris (Revive Israel)

... both the bread from heaven and the word that became flesh.
 
  Sukkot - Hosting the Nations
Jonathan Moore (Revive Israel)

It was an amazing privilege to host the nations and see an expression of prophecy fulfilled.

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