Archives For Isaiah 2

Someone recently asked me if Romans 11:29, which teaches that God’s gift and call to Israel is “irrevocable”, can be applied to ministers who fall into sin. Are they still called?

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Israel has expanded its attacks against Iranian targets, this time reportedly reaching as far as Iraq, according to the Arabic-language Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper which quoted Western diplomatic sources.

Air Force jets have struck twice in 10 days, the report said on Tuesday.

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At least one member of “the squad” is at it again bashing Israel this week. 

After voting against a bill that opposes boycotts of Israel, U.S. Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-Michigan) accused the Israeli government, under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, of human rights violations.

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A Saudi blogger who is in Israel as a guest of the Foreign Ministry, was attacked by Arabs in the Old City when he tried to visit the Temple Mount to pray at al-Aqsa mosque.

A crowd of Arabs cursed, spat on Mahmoud Saud, threw plastic chairs at him and jeered, “go to a synagogue” while he was walking through the Muslim holy site. Video clips showed Saud peacefully walking on the Temple Mount while men and even young boys spit at him and shouted words such as “traitor,” “animal” and “normalizer.”

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Newly inducted baseball Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera — a popular and universally admired athlete — was the subject of a smear piece criticizing his support of Israel, his faith and conservative politics. The piece was so volatile, you would think he was an Al Qaeda sympathizer (like Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who refuses to condemn the group) or said something positive about the Holocaust (like Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, who said that thinking about the Holocaust brings “calming feeling”).

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