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Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel

June 2011 Vol 20, No 6
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  Daniel Juster: The Palestinian strategy is to declare a state and then have the nations recognize it, in spite of having no peace agreement with Israel.
  Eitan Shishkoff: Where am I headed? What am I living for? Is there any possibility of "cheating death" by the way we live? The Scriptures provide a hopeful, arresting and practical answer. "Set me as a seal upon your heart ... for love is as strong as death." (Song of Songs 8:6) One phenomenon in all human experience rivals death, and indeed overcomes it. That is love.
  Moshe Morrison: Then it happened, as if King David stepped out of the even more distant past and spoke to David personally. Shimon was quoting from the psalms but David knew it was the king's voice. "I wrote those words," he seemed to say, "but they're not about me. I'm not the one who was raised up and freed from the suffering of death. It's not me that death could not hold."
  Betty Intrater: Tal recently wrote, "I would like to request to all those who are friends, brothers and sisters in the Lord, supporters of Adi's and my dream and our vision, to please with all sincerity, 'go before the throne of the Almighty' and request mercy and clarity on our behalf concerning what we should do to proceed forward."

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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