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Nathan Williams looks at Isaiah 43 to explore the privilege of seeing prophecy come to pass.

Bridges For Peace: Christians supporting Israel and building relationships

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Why Prophecy?

By Rev. Cheryl L. Hauer, Vice President

Have you ever noticed how quickly an outspoken, faith-filled believer can become a mumbling skeptic at the mere mention of certain topics? One such topic almost certain to get that reaction from time to time is Bible prophecy. Many in the Church today feel the topic has little relevance to our modern lives, even though the writers of the Bible gave the subject an inordinate amount of attention. According to the Encyclopedia of Biblical Prophecy, there are 1,239 prophecies in the Tanakh (OT) and 578 in the Writings of the Apostles (NT) for a total of 1,817 prophetic messages expressed in 8,351 verses. That means prophecy constitutes nearly one-third of the Bible’s 31,124 verses. Since the Bible is our guidebook for life, God obviously intended for prophecy to influence us in some way. But how? And why? Is prophecy still relevant? If so, why is it seemingly so unimportant to countless Christians around the world?  Continue reading…

Anti-Semitism: The Chilling New Normal

By Cheryl Hauer, Vice President

Historian Paul Johnson has said, “What strikes the historian surveying anti-Semitism worldwide over more than two millennia is its fundamental irrationality. It seems to make no sense, any more than malaria or meningitis make sense.” It goes by many names: bigotry, discrimination, prejudice, intolerance. Most often, it falls in that broad category of “racism,” which has been defined as prejudice, discrimination or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior. Historically, victims of racism have often been poor, those who as a collective were unable to defend themselves against oppressors. Such hatred has insidiously infected populations all over the globe, resulting in persecution and death to countless individuals whose crime was that of being different.  Continue reading… 

 

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To our Jewish friends at Chabad of Poway Synagogue in California, around the United States, and around the world…

Jeremiah 23:9  My heart within me is broken, all my bones shake. (JPS)

We are broken-hearted with you. There are no adequate words. You do not stand alone. Bible-believing Christians and Bridges for Peace friends in specific, know that this evil has touched the apple of God’s eye.  We grieve with you, we stand with you, and we tell all that you are not alone.

Psalm 147:3,6  Who healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds. The LORD upholdeth the humble; He bringeth the wicked down to the ground. (JPS)

We grieve with you, we stand with you, and we tell all that you are not alone.