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December 7, 2016
By Mike Evans

If you have studied the Bible, you know the story of Jacob—how he and his mother, Rebekah, deceived his father, Isaac, into giving him the blessing that should have gone to his twin brother Esau. To save his life, he was sent away to live with his mother’s brother, Laban. Soon after his arrival in Haran, Jacob fell deeply in love with Rachel. After pledging to work seven years for her hand in marriage, Jacob was deceived by Laban, who replaced Rachel at the marriage ceremony with her veiled older sister Leah. A devastated and disappointed Jacob promised to work an additional seven years in order to marry Rachel.
December 3, 2016
By Mike Evans

Naaman was a mighty warrior, a commander in the army of the king of Aram (Syria) a country at war with Israel. The Arameans had no knowledge of Jehovah for they were worshippers of Rimmon (Baal)—a wicked, bloodthirsty god of a depraved and vicious people. They were the terrorists of their day—a nation with no regard for the sanctity of human life.
November 29, 2016
By Mike Evans

As work progressed on the Friends of Zion Heritage Center (FOZHC) in Jerusalem, the team involved with the project determined that more space was needed to accommodate tour groups waiting to see the museum. Where that space could be found was a challenge.
November 22, 2016
By Mike Evans

Acts chapter 16 relates the story of the apostle Paul and his missionary traveling companion, Silas. Not long after they arrived, the cast a demon out of a young woman who was a fortune teller. Her owners realized they had lost their effortless income from her soothsaying and wanted revenge. Paul and Silas were dragged into the town square. The two men were dropped on the pavement at the feet of the magistrates and charged falsely. Magistrates and crowd alike were whipped into a frenzy; Paul and Silas were stripped of their outer garments and beaten before being thrown in prison.

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