Israel My Beloved

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Author by : Kay Arthur
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Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers


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When Israel, My Beloved first released, it immediately captured the #1 spot on the CBA hardcover fiction bestseller list—and stayed on the list for months. Kay Arthur's dramatic, epic-style novel is now available in softcover with a beautiful new cover and a historical timeline that corresponds with the fascinating retelling of Israel's story. History comes alive as Kay begins with the tragic mistakes that led to Israel's captivity by Babylon and takes readers all the way to the modern-day miracles of triumph against all odds. A heartwarming novel filled with adventure and suspense, Israel, My Beloved is an incredible testimony of God's great love and faithfulness even in Israel's darkest hour.

Israel My Beloved By Arthur Kay Author Paperback 2001

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Author by : Kay Arthur
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Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers Mar-15-2001


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Born Muslim Became Christian Beloved Israel My Story Of Letting Go Of Islam Living As A Christian And Loving My Jewish Jesus The Testimony Of Shahe Nahler Volume 2

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Author by : Shahe Nahler
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Publisher by : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform


Description : Shahe Nahler was born in Kabul, Afghanistan. She has an Afghan father and an American mother. She was raised in the Muslim faith in America. Her first book (Volume One) explores her conversion from Islam to Christianity as well as her marriage, divorce, and single parenting. This second book (Volume Two) explores her journey in Christ as she matures and travels to the Nation of Israel. It's an exciting journey filled with humor, insight, biblical teachings, and love.

Kol Dodi Dofek Listen My Beloved Knocks

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Author by : Joseph B. Soloveitchik
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Publisher by : KTAV Publishing House


Description : Rabbi Soloveitchik's unique and widely influential approach to theodicy is that in the face of catastrophe and misfortune, we cannot ask why, since that question is unanswerable. Instead we must ask how we can grow and individuals and as a community. It is not the why? that is important, but the what?

Rav Soloveitchik grapples with the enormity of the Shoah and the miracle of the founding of the State of Israel and what our responses should be to both. He contrasts a life of fate, where one is an object, with the life of destiny, where one is the subject and acts. We ask not about the reason for evil and its purpose, but rather about its rectification and uplifting. How should a person react in a time of distress? What should a person do so as not to rot in his affliction? We can not try to explain the irrational hatred that prevailed in the world between 1935 and 1945, nor should we assign blame within. We must focus instead on what we can learn from that fearsome time. Rav Soloveitchik does not concentrate on theodicy but rather on going forward. He shows that the Covenant of Fate during our suffering in Egypt is completed in the Covenant of Destiny at Sinai. Destiny joined fate to form a unit. A Jew who participates in the suffering of his nation and its fate, but does not join in its destiny, which is expressed in a life of Torah and mitzvot, destroys the essence of Judaism and injures his own uniqueness. By the same token, a Jew who is observant but does not feel the hurt of the nation, and who attempts to distance himself from Jewish fate, desecrates his Jewishness (p.73).

He uses the language of the Song of Songs, Shir HaShirim, to describe the relationship between the Jewish people and our Beloved, Hashem. The response of the nation to kol dodi dofek, My Beloved is knocking (5.2) is tragic hesitation, not arising to answer the door, excuses: I have removed my cloak, how shall I put it on again? I have washed my feet, how shall I soil them? (5.3). By the time the nation awakens from its sloth, My Beloved had turned away, and was gone (5.6). Rav Soloveitchik gives examples of Hashem s knocking at our door : the United Nations resolution recognizing Israel; the miraculous victory on the battlefield when the Arab nations united against Israel and ended up ceding more land to the Jewish nation than had originally been planned; the theological implications of a Jewish government in Israel; Israel as a counterforce to assimilation and Jewish self-hatred, and as a factor in maintaining Jewish identity among the unaffiliated; Israel putting the power of self-defense in Jewish hands; Israel as a refuge for Jews how many lives would have been saved if we had possessed a country of our own in 1939. He shows that we have not answered properly, and how we should respond.

His essay demonstrates the need for sophistication in many fields of knowledge in order to appreciate the workings of Hashem. For example, he analyzes how problematic the events of 1948 were for Christian theology. Christian belief had been predicated on a new covenant superseding the old one between God and the Jews, a new testament that fulfilled the meaning of the old one (that is why Jews say the Hebrew Bible, not the Old Testament ). Christians could handle the Land of Israel being desolate; they believed that promises about Zion and Jerusalem should be interpreted as foreshadowing Christianity and the Christian Church. But the allegorical reading no longer applied when Zion and Jerusalem were flourishing in Jewish hands.

Israel My Beloved A Novel

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My Beloved S Israel

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Author by : Gloria Cavallaro
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Publisher by : Key of David Publications


Description : Deepen your personal relationship with your Bridegroom. Embark on an intimate journey into the heart of our Heavenly Father. Experience relationship with the Holy One of Israel like David describes in his Psalms. Know intimacy with the Bridegroom like Solomon speakes of in his Song of Songs. Join Gloria, a spirit-filled Believer, as she chronicles her visions and dreams and interprets and journals, them in the light of Scriptural reflection. This book will send you deeper into the arms of your Redeemer. It will help you understand just how intimate can be your relationship with your Bridegroom. Gloria approaches her relationship with Messiah Yeshua from the underlying theme of Scripture that the Holy One of Israel wants a people for His own possession. She writes with the understanding that there are two houses of Israel, Ephraim and Judah, and that they truly need to be reunited if they are to be prepared for coming latter-day challenges. This book gives additional proof that the revelation of the two houses is a grass roots move of the Most High, and that the reality of Israel's restoration is being personified by the intimate touch of our Heavenly Father, through His Ruach ha Kodesh (Holy Spirit). This inspiring book will increase the intimacy of your relationship with the Holy One. It will help prepare your heart....

My Beloved Israel

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Author by : Steve Yoder
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Description : In this well-researched book, Yoder discusses the Old and New Testament prophecies about Israel. He sets forth and defends the prophetic view held by the early Christians, the Anabaptists, the Reformers, and in fact all Christians before the 19th century. He describes the persecution of the Jewish people by "Christian" governments and their inhuman treatment by Hitler. He also explains the history of the Zionist movement that led to the creation of the modern state of Israel. He argues that there is only one Israel of God-comprised of both Jews and Gentiles who are children of Abraham through their faith in Christ. 272 pp. Hardback.

Israel My Beloved

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I Am My Beloved S

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Author by : Esther Korson
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Release Date : 1985-10-14
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Description : The book is written by a Jewish woman who came to know Yeshua (Jesus) as the Messiah of the Jewish people in 1975. The book chronicles many adventures in faith and lessons learned in the greatness of Gods love. A journey of obedience led Esther from small town in Connecticut USA to her home for the pas 35 years to her home in Jerusalem Israel. Many adventures are shared including a case before the High Court of Justice in Israel; trips to the former Soviet Union; and many lessons in obedience and Gods faithfulness.

My Beloved S Israel Paperback September 1 2001

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Publisher by : key of david publications; first edition edition (september 1, 2001)


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