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The Year of Refreshing in Him

By: Rev. Cheryl Hauer, International Vice-president

On our Gregorian calendars, another new year is upon us, a leap year this time. That means 2024 brings one additional opportunity to enjoy God’s mercies, which are fresh and new every morning. Like other new years, many of us have taken the time to audit our lives a bit, looking back on 2023 and planning for a 2024 with fewer mistakes, more focus, more exercise and fewer pounds—all those good intentions that seem to magically disappear by the end of February.

But this year was different. For millions of Christians around the world, the new year wasn’t as meaningful this time, as we thought less of the 365 days since the last new year and more about the 86 days since the world was forever changed on October 7.

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The War of Language

By: Cheryl Hauer, International Vice President

“The first casualty of war is truth.”

This phrase has echoed throughout the ages and has been attributed to various sources. In regard to the current situation with the enemies of Israel, I would edit it to say, “Truth is conspicuous by its absence.” Unfortunately, the propensity of Palestinian leadership and their supporters to spread disinformation—read, lies—has been business as usual for decades. In keeping with another adage, “A lie told often enough becomes the truth,” by the time the war with Hamas began, the seeds of Israel-hatred were already planted and blooming.

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