Free at Last

When Moses stood in front of Pharaoh and ordered him to “Let my people go,” it was not Moses’ words but the words of God voiced by Moses and Aaron. Pharaoh looked upon Moses with disrespect and used his magicians to imitate the mighty work of the hand of God through Moses. Pharaoh was mocking… Read more »


Trusting with Little

Sometimes we find ourselves trying to protect the little we have, and becoming slaves to it. Yet the Lord can take the little we have and multiply it. He is the God of multiplication. We are commanded to build the Temple (God’s house) and, at the same time, we are each to be an integral… Read more »


An Eye For An Eye

Dear Brothers and Sisters: Recently we received a phone call from the Akko Municipality asking for our ministry to help provide back-to-school supplies for two hundred needy children. That very same day we also received another inspection of our building by the same Akko Municipality regarding property tax. This to me was a contradiction and… Read more »


Bringing Change and Receiving Vision

Recently, before a preaching opportunity, I sought the Lord on what to share and kept hearing: “watchmen, vision, seer.” This brought me to Ezekiel 3:16-27. I began to think about how Ezekiel stood in difficult times before a nation of people different from him, trying to bring change. We too stand in the same place…. Read more »


The Temporary, the Calamity & Eternity

The things of this world are temporary, and yet we take the temporary and try to make it eternal. “He who believes in the Son has everlasting life; and he who does not believe the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God abides on him” (John 3:36). Everlasting life covers this world… Read more »


Directing our Focus in the End Times

I believe that we are living in the End Times and that we will soon be at war. In which direction does the focus of a believer need to be, especially in times of trouble?  Here in Israel we are nearing elections (and covet your prayers for this matter). While watching the news I cannot… Read more »


Boasting in Whom?

Recently I was in Greece spending quiet time with the Lord and with other leaders from Israel. As our bus passed by the city of Corinth, I thought about the congregation of Corinth and what Paul wrote to them. There are many chapters written to the Corinthian church – more than to any other church…. Read more »


Persevere and Achieve

If Paul were living today he would probably have written about the ultra-marathons and long distance trail-running races popular today. Paul spoke about running a victorious race in 1 Corinthians 9:24-27. He encouraged each of us to set our focus on attaining the heavenly crown of victory. This involves not only our deeds but the… Read more »


Drawing Forth Water With Joy

And in that day you will say: “O Lord, I will praise You; Though You were angry with me, Your anger is turned away, and You comfort me. 2 Behold, God is my salvation, I will trust and not be afraid; ‘For Yah, the Lord, is my strength and song; He also has become my salvation.’ ” 3 Therefore with joy you will draw water From… Read more »


One-Ness in God’s Love

I believe that when a person knows he has reached the end of his life, his last words and parting message are the most important and meaningful of all that he has spoken throughout his life. In 2 Timothy 4:1-8 Paul, knowing he was nearing the end of his life, spoke his last words to… Read more »