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Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel

November 2011 Vol 20, No 11
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  Daniel Juster: I believe that the United States was divinely called to fulfill two great purposes: To demonstrate human rights and to spread human rights throughout the world. To be a key missionary center to spread the Gospel to the nations.
  Eitan Shishkoff: What does this compelling story of an entire nation uniting behind one young man and his family say to us? It speaks of our inter-connectedness. It shouts that we are not alone, not separate. It says that even though our life seems small and powerless, each member of a community represents the whole and carries the value of the entire people.
  Leora Mazurovsky: The word for congregation in Hebrew is "kehilah," literally "community." These little people who join us each week as we worship and learn together, make up more than a third of our congregation. The manner in which we involve them in our meetings and the teachings that they receive in the Shabbat classes is an integral part of shaping their lives into maturing believers.
  Asher Intrater: The first sin started in the beginning with a lie and a deception. The first liar was Satan, and all further lies proceeded from him. As we grow near the end times, those lies and deceptions will reach their fullness.
  Asher Intrater & Avichai Orel: Yad Hashmonah is the world's only Messianic kibbutz. Because it is a community, it has the unique opportunity to become a witness to the entire nation of Israel.

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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