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7 results for 'jerusalem'

She Takes Pleasure In The Rock

By Credo, published on Feb 5, 2014

I have likened the daughter of Zion to a comely and delicate woman. (Jeremiah 6:2 KJV)

But Jerusalem which is above is free, which is the mother of us all. (Galatians 4:26 KJV


I am broken; Yet I love you with all my wounded heart.

I am singed, charred, and burned in the fires of our tribulation.

And yet my ashes, that were scattered, yearns for salvation.

My calling is persistent, excited, and impatient, I am impelled to desperate measures.

I am no longer that old wounded man, that transverse the back alley's of this cruel... (more)

Tags: israel, jerusalem, peace, salvation, redemption, shalom, olive branch

The Falling Teeth

By ranfuchs, published on Jun 2, 2012

With its main entrance in Israel, and its far wall in Jordan, the dilapidated old people's home, originally a luxurious mansion, towered over the neighborhood of Mamila. With falling walls and alleyways blocked by piles of debris, it was not the neighborhood of choice.

On summer days, when snipers would hide from the punishing sun and not attempt to shoot the occasional passers-by, the old people would open the metal shutters that protected their large window, and sunbath. It was on one of these days that Mathilda, suffering from a cough attack, had dropped her teeth to the ground below.... (more)

Tags: jerusalem

My First Weapons Lesson

By ranfuchs, published on Mar 6, 2012

... As more defenders were killed or injured, we runners found ourselves taking on new roles. Judith, the medic took charge of our training. She was one of the oldest defenders – maybe in her mid twenties – and everyone obeyed her. She taught us how to administer a tourniquet, and scolded us when we giggled in mouth-to-mouth resuscitation lessons. I could see that she was hiding a smile, and I was not afraid of her. I wanted to be just like her. It was then that I vowed to become a nurse.

In our weapon lessons, Judith gave each of us a pile of empty magazines and ordered us to scrub... (more)

Tags: israel, jerusalem, war of independence

War and Friendship

By ranfuchs, published on Feb 3, 2012


The defenders used my knowledge of the city to pass massages between the posts. I became a runner. We can’t see the posts from here, but they were nothing more than ordinary apartments: bedrooms, kitchens and living rooms. As the British often hunted for weapons and underground members, we kept the rooms inconspicuous, just like in any other poverty stricken room with piles of mattresses and blankets, washing bowls and dirty dishes.

The Quarter was under siege, and as we were always hungry, I took it upon myself to find food. I met with Salwa, my best friend, in our secret... (more)

Tags: israel, jerusalem, war of independence

Peace Talk Overture: Hamas Kills Four Israeli Civilians

By Dan Ehrlich, published on Aug 31, 2010

... can rightfully claim to be Palestinian, being the location of the ancient Philistine nation. For those who don’t know Palestine means Land of the Philistines, an Indo-European people, much like the Phoenicians and an equally dead civilization, but also equally non-Semitic.When Rome destroyed Jerusalem it re-named Judea and Samara Palestine to erase any ties the Jews might have to their land. Since no other independent nation was ever established there the timeless Arabs just kept that name going…it’s almost like Americans continuing to call our native people Indians. It remains to be... (more)

Tags: israel, jerusalem, jordan, gaza, hamas, palestine, arab nations, egypt

Daily Word for Sun 12/20/2009

By Pastor Jeff, published on Dec 21, 2009

... of my notebook into a mud puddle on the way to school." Solomon tells us that the sluggard or lazy man always has an excuse. Solomon's example is that there is a lion outside and it might eat the sluggard. Indeed there were lions roaming Israel at the time of Solomon, but not in the streets of Jerusalem! Note that the sluggard is afraid he will be killed in the streets, not in the forest! It seems that lazy people have no lack of imagination when they need an excuse, and the more outrageous the better! The real question is "why does a sluggard need an excuse?" Why doesn't he just say, "I... (more)

Tags: christianity, israel, jerusalem, bible, jjl ministries, pastor jeff lilley, religion and spirituality, christ, devotional

Jerusalem moves towards electric transportation

By TonyBerkman, published on Oct 26, 2009

October 22, 2009, Jerusalem, Israel - Better Place Israel, headed by Israeli Moshe Kaplinski, signed an agreement with Israel's capital city of Jerusalem that plans for the installation of an electric vehicle charging infrastructure throughout the municipality. The new initiative, to take place over the next 18 months, will develop and test a newly developed infrastructure of charging stations and battery swapping facilities. The charging stations will be located on major streets in Jerusalem and some public properties including a park, a parking lot and a museum.

To-date 20... (more)

Tags: israel, jerusalem, green, electric cars

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