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Netanyahu's legacy could very well lead to peace between five or six Gulf States and Israel.
After six years of extensive archaeological excavations led by the Israel Antiquities Authority, a 350-meter-long section of the Pilgrimage Road was unveiled at a festive ceremony in the City of David.
How do these current, and parallel, events relate to the past, and how does that portend for the future?
How the church made a difference after the Rwandan genocide
This is truly unprecedented.
The original church is thought to date as far back as the fourth century AD.
"Everywhere I look, it's prophetic."
But some suspect the announcement may stem from ulterior motives.
"They think that as long as there is no temple, there will be no Antichrist, so they are afraid of the temple."
Most people likely consider artificial intelligence as relatively harmless—maybe "creepy" at worst and, at best, perhaps helpful in medical and technological advances. But how many would connect the dots between AI and the arrival of the Antichrist?
"There's a massive underground church network in China, as most Christians might know. I think it just shows how desperate the government are to crack down on religion in China."
The good news is that the God who delivered Israel in the past, even through great suffering, will do so once again.
The death-grip of secular bullies and brawlers on public education, universities, and academia has marred and scarred the culture like a spiritual cancer.
But there's some major pushback.
Learn more about John Chau from the people who knew him and his sacrifice to follow the Great Commission.
Over and over again, the word "God" is used to simultaneously identify Allah and the God of Christianity. Here is just one example.
"Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein foresaw, like few other Jewish leaders did, the strategic importance to Israel and the Jewish people of forging ties with the global evangelical community."
"'Taking Up Serpents' was written to honor the spirit of this ecstatic, religious universe and the extraordinary people who inhabit it. It was also written to lift the veil a little and serve up some modern-day ecclesiastical redemption."
The new spirituality also invites followers to seek out spirits for aid and communion.