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14 Aviv – Behold The Lamb!

Today is the fourteenth day of Aviv, the preparation day for the Passover and it was on this day that two prominent events with similar themes are believed to have happened. First, it’s believed to be the day that Cain and Abel brought their sacrificial gifts as...

2 Aviv – Replace Our Stony Hearts

It was on this day in 1492 that King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain signed a decree expelling all Jews from Spain giving them about five months to leave the country. This expulsion culminated on August 2nd of that same year which was, on the Hebrew calendar,...

1 Aviv – Purpose Over Pedigree

Today is the first day of the month Aviv and, according to Exodus 12, this is the first day of the biblical new year. “Now the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying, ‘This month shall be your beginning of months; it shall be the first month of the...

Ministry Update April 5, 2019

Greetings friends. Once again, I hope that everyone is doing well and that you and your family are healthy and happy. Shabbat Celebration Our next Shabbat celebration will be tomorrow, April 6, at 2:00 PM in Cleveland, TN. Brandon and Melody will be back with us,...

29 Adar II – What Would You Do With A Power Drill?

Over the years I have met many believers who I would classify as being zealots, which is not necessarily a bad thing. We all need to possess zeal but what is that? Webster’s defines it as “a passion for a cause” or “a strong eagerness in favor of a person or a cause.”...

28 Adar II – From A Distance

Traveling these days can be quite a hassle, particularly flying. You have the hassle of enduring long lines just to check in, and then deal with the same long lines to get through security. Then there’s the boarding process and all the bumping and shoving, and evading...

26 Adar II – The Battle Is The Lord’s

It was on this day in 1948 that Operation Nachshon, Haggadah’s first large-scale offensive began. This was a military operation designed to break the Arab siege of Jerusalem by opening the road that ran between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Furthermore, it was intended to...

25 Adar II – He’s Already Prepared A Place

It was on this day in 1891 that a petition was sent to President Benjamin Harrison that requested the aid of the U.S. government in the reestablishment of a sovereign Jewish state in the Holy Land. This petition was initiated by Reverend William E. Blackstone, and...

24 Adar II – Focus On The Man In The Mirror

It was on this day in 1856 that the Jews of White Russia were forbidden to wear distinctive clothing that would set them apart from the rest of the populace. Throughout time, Jews have worn traditional clothing that, not only identified them as being Jewish, but also...

23 Adar II – His Eye Is On The Sparrow

I recall a morning when I was sitting outside, having my morning coffee and reading the news. Eventually, I became interested in some small wrens who busily gathering twigs and paper to build their nests. As I was observing this, a few squirrels scurrying around and...

22 Adar II – The Cedars of Lebanon

It was on this day in 1949 that Israel and Lebanon signed an armistice agreement, ceasing hostilities between them. These two very small countries have played a very large role in the history of the world, and in particular, biblical history. Israel, of course, needs...

A Word From Bill: The Child Isn’t Dead, Yet!

  There is a story in the Bible involving King David that has always fascinated me. The man “after God’s own heart” committed adultery and then arranged for a loyal servant, Uriah the Hittite, to be killed in an effort to cover up his sin. When the prophet,...

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