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  • Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted.

  • Our hearts were pounding as we slipped over the side of a shallow grotto at the edge of the Abraham's House complex. Having finished leading our 2019 B.A.S.E. Tour of Israel, Bob Cornuke wanted me to see a previously undocumented tomb in the upper Silwan area of the Mount of Olives.

  • Last month’s article On Acceptance received by far the greatest number of email responses for which its author is grateful.2 A sample (with minor edits) of these emails follows:...

  • As each new year arrives, I take a strategic look ahead and consider what challenges the upcoming twelve months hold. I do not rely on proprietary intelligence or any “thus sayeth the Lord” insight. Rather from a daily commitment during the previous year to being a son of Issachar, I strive to gain an “understanding of the times” and “knowledge of what ought to be done.”

  • “Freely you have received, freely give.” Many of you will read this article between the American holiday of Thanksgiving and the worldwide holiday of Christmas, both days of being thankful and generous.

  • We frequently quote St. Augustine’s observation, “In the Old Testament the New Testament is concealed; in the New Testament the Old Testament is revealed.”

  • The word “fascism” is ubiquitous in today’s headlines and rhetoric. On August 25, 2022, media outlets reported on a speech by American President Joe Biden.

  • Deception by diversion has always been a tactic used successfully by military commanders. From the Trojan Horse employed by the Greeks in the 13th Century BC to the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, tactical diversion has been a useful tool to gain an advantage on the battlefield.

  • In 1 Samuel 28, we find a bizarre chapter in the history of Israel. Israel’s King Saul has been long preoccupied with the pursuit of his rival David and has neglected the growing Philistine threat to Israel.

  • I write this article from the 11th floor of the King Solomon Hotel in Jerusalem during the final days of the K-House/B.A.S.E. Tour of Israel.

  • In this session, I am going to explore the impact of redefinition as it is revealed through objectification.

  • The avalanche of advances in the current biotech revolution is both exciting and frightening.

  • When a parent approaches me about tutoring a child struggling in mathematics, I often hear something like, “I know how to do it. I just cannot seem to explain it.”

  • The foundation for the Sanhedrin can be found in the Council of the seventy elders established by Moses, “So the LORD said to Moses: “Gather to Me seventy men of the elders of Israel, whom you know to be the elders of the people and officers over them; bring them to the tabernacle of meeting, that they may stand there with you.”

  • Whether disillusioned by the self-imposed blinders and myopia of contemporary “science,” or frustrated by the moral bankruptcy of unbridled materialism, increasing numbers of desperate people are now seeking “answers” outside the realm of natural phenomena and are pursuing the supernatural.

  • Language is the chief medium by which we communicate ideas, opinions, and emotions. The foundation of honest communication is a trust that the words that are being used are clear and concise.

  • In this session, we will expose what happens when deception comes through indoctrination.

  • The spring of 2022 brought several above-the-fold news stories about social media and corporate policy. Many of these stories continue to develop and the following provides a few key moments to establish a record for each reader of this article to consider...

  • Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.

  • In the March issue of “Personal Update,” we published my article “Digital Dictators,” which gave a summary of the direction we believe the world is heading regarding the personal rating systems which could soon be consolidated into a centralized database that would allow the elite to monitor and control the masses.