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

August 2017 Vol 26, No 08
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  Supernatural Moves & Theological Stability
Daniel Juster (Restoration from Zion)

I hope that in the future we will see a partnership of charismatic scholars and revelatory, revivalist, prophetic teachers.
 
  Trouble Ahead
Asher Intrater (Revive Israel)

It is surprising and enlightening how the basic elements of the end times' troubles are repeated and emphasized in Daniel's prophecies ...
 
  Glory, Mercy and the Womb
David Shishkoff (Ohalei Rachamim)

we existed in total dependence in our mothers' wombs ...
 
  Nesher - Eagle Project 2017
Yevgeni Stanukevich (Shavei Tzion)

Through their love we were able to experience the fulfillment of prophecies of unity between Israel and the nations ...
 
  Fanning the Flame ... or Just Getting By? (Ohalei Rachamim)
Eitan Shishkoff

"Nevertheless... you have left your first love."
 
  Supernatural Healings on the Streets of Tel Aviv
Tiferet Yeshua Congregation

She jumped and shouted, "What did you do?!"
 
  "Apostle" in Original Context
Cody Archer (Revive Israel)

His end goal was to make sure that if the king ever visited that new colony, he would immediately feel as though he had never left his capital city.

All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicted, are taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.


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