God is summoning Christians from among the nations — from the United States, Canada, South America, and around the world — to help bring His people back to Israel.
When Jews return to Israel, they are returning to their spiritual center, to a land promised to them since the time of Abraham.
Faith is putting belief into action by making decisions, taking risks, and doing what God has laid on our hearts to do.
These are the days of which the Bible speaks, the days that people have anticipated for thousands of years.
Today, we are witnesses to the ongoing aliyah —or immigration to Israel — of Jews from around the world who are choosing to return to their biblical and historical home.
The holiday of Sigd commemorates the struggles all who resettle went through to arrive in the Holy Land.
The psalms of ascent can also be seen as a metaphor for our own spiritual journey.
As we count our blessings, remember that God has given you a spiritual heritage that is shared by Jews and Christians alike.
We are all called, Christians and Jews alike, to respond in whatever way we can when we see a need.