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Here are 10 keys that I have learned from studying Jewish history, Rabbinic thought, and current events here in Israel ...

What was perhaps the first modern prophetic key regarding Israel in the end times, came to Eliezer Ben-Yehuda in the late 1870s. He had a vision. He felt God tell him, "You will go back and restore the language of the prophets in the land of the prophets." He accepted that calling, and today is known as the father of the Modern Hebrew language. He moved his family to Israel in 1881, and his son was the first person to speak Hebrew as his mother tongue since ancient times ...

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Asher Intrater: Lord of Forgiveness
Revive Israel: Recap - Joint Day of Trumpets Celebration

Weekly Torah commentary: Toldot
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