I don’t know about you, but I struggle far more than anyone knows with feeling like a failure. All the pep talks in the world won’t cheer me up when I hit a slump. In fact, the only thing that lifts my spirit is meditating upon a precious jewel of scripture. “Then I saw a […]
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Author: Dvora Elisheva
It is Christmas Eve. I think this is the most unChristmassy feeling Christmas I’ve experienced in a long time. The problem isn’t the lack of decorations, though they aren’t how I measure Christmas. The issue definitely isn’t the lack of Christmas songs. Last night, friends came over and we spent the evening singing old favorites, […]
If you do not believe in Yeshua as the Messiah, this post is not directed to you. It is a reflection of my struggle for a right heart in this current war being fought in Israel. My struggle is with my heart. What should my attitude be toward this war, toward Gaza, toward the Palestinians, toward Hamas, and toward the pride I see here in Israel as our leaders call for the decimation of Hamas in Gaza? How should my faith in Yeshua direct my thoughts, my prayers, and my words and actions?
This morning, I woke up and checked my emails. To my surprise, an email from a friend in the US shared with me a headline about Israel being at war. I opened my Internet news station and was shocked to learn that a massive assault had just begun against southern Israel. By mid-morning, parts of […]
A few thoughts about how thinking about Sukkot has encouraged me to keep my eyes on our wonderful and great God. He has always been faithful and He always will be!