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Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel

February 2014 Vol 23, No 2
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  Daniel Juster: Mutual Blessing Though God intends for marriage to be a relationship of the most profound mutual blessing, our first year was very difficult. We were both self-centered ... Adam and Eve are obviously in a relationship of interdependence for mutual blessing. Children are born through the blessing of love and sexuality, a very special kind of mutual interdependence.

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  Tents of Mercy: In Due Time I heard a voice calling my name at 5 in the morning. Since I was just outside my house, I assumed it was my wife, but when I came inside, she was sound asleep ... as I was trying to arrange some blankets, my weak wrist broke again and I cried out in pain. Then the strangest thing happened ...
  Avi and Hannah: Ethiopian Birthday Bash ... we have come upon an idea which is culinarily and spiritually inspired. Each cultural group takes a turn preparing their native cuisine to serve to the rest of the community.
  Shavei Tzion: Nina's Heart for the Hungry We believe that ministry is a natural part of family life in which everyone serves each other and the Lord. God calls us, as individuals, as families and as a congregation, to be a testimony to the world around us.
  Asher Intrater: Lech Lecha - Go you Abraham's journey to Canaan is the beginning of the restoration of the original dominion mandate.

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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