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The Prayer of Hezekiah

By: Rev. Peter Fast, International CEO

When the Assyrian King Sargon II destroyed the northern kingdom of Israel in 722 BC, the southern kingdom of Judah must have been terrified. To hear the reports of chained captives led away to distant lands, the cities burning and the ground littered with corpses must have been horrifying. Moreover, it wasn’t long before flocks of strangers—captives from other conquered nations in line with a common Assyrian practice to resettle vanquished populations—flooded into the deserted lands to replace the Israelites that once lived there (2 Kings 17:24), bringing their foreign gods with them. The future Samaritans had arrived!

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To Israel with Love

Janet Aslin, BFP Staff Writer

Judaism is rich with examples of giving and the act itself is taught from a very early age. In a blog entry entitled “What is the Jewish Tradition of Giving?” author Jacquelyn DeGroot defines the motivation for giving in this way: “To sustain the Jewish people, to enhance the Jewish life and to strengthen the Jewish community for today and the future.”

Maimonides, also known as the Rambam, was a Jewish scholar in the Middle Ages who developed eight levels of giving. The highest level is “to support a fellow Jew by endowing him with a gift or loan…in order to strengthen his hand so that he will not need to be dependent upon others.”

There are many examples of gifts that have been made to the citizens and State of Israel. I have chosen to highlight just four of these gifts that I believe serve to support and strengthen their recipients.

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