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January 27, 2016
Each year on January 27th, the world takes time to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust, which claimed the lives of approximately six million Jews and an additional five million non-Jewish victims...
January 26, 2016
The title deed to the Holy City belongs to God. It all began in Jerusalem on Mount Zion, and it will end there. Jerusalem is the only city for which God commands us to pray and commands a blessing on those who do so...
January 21, 2016
When you stand in defense of Israel, you are joining a long line of heroes who have done their part to defend God's Chosen People.

Today, many people harshly criticize Christian Zionists for supporting Israel, but in truth, Christian Zionists are simply men and women who believe the Bible...
January 18, 2016
I believe in miracles because I believe in God! Jesus transformed a boy's little lunch into a feast for "five thousand men, besides women and children" (Matthew 14:21). And I love the details that the Apostle John adds:
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