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  • April is the month which includes, this year, the first three of the seven Feasts of Moses. The seven feasts instituted in the Torah are not only historically commemorative, they also have a prophetic role.

  • We have frequently discussed the impending disaster which will inevitably come home to roost from our Federal debt, continually made ever worse by the annual federal deficits (be sure to distinguish between the two!). But there are other aspects on the global horizon of which we must be aware.

  • Israel will celebrate her Independence Day on the Fourth of Iyar, which is May 4th on our calendar (May 1995). (The modern state of Israel was born on May 14, 1948 on our calendar, but it was the Fourth of Iyar on hers.) The celebrations this year, however, are likely to be a bit muted with an atmosphere of "sell-out," which has resulted from the so-called "Peace Negotiations."

  • The Bible instructs us not to be ignorant of Satan's devices and it predicts that, as the Second Coming of Christ draws near, the world will be drawn into a One World Government, ultimately to be taken over by a Coming World Leader. The forces setting the stage for this final climactic chapter may have proceeded farther than most people realize.

  • We continue to receive mail concerning various schemes that attempt to establish the date for the Rapture of the Church or the Second Coming of Christ.

  • In earlier articles, we discussed the nature of time and the fallacy of linear and absolute time concepts. We now know that time is a physical property and varies with respect to mass, acceleration, and gravity.

  • The numerical structure of the Bible has been studied closely, being the subject of numerous volumes in the past.1 But none are more provocative than the works of Dr. Ivan Panin.

  • The mystery of the "missing mass" of the universe, one of the most fundamental riddles of modern astronomy and physics, continues to elude scientists as the new Hubble Space Telescope images have ruled out the simplest proposed explanation of "dark matter"--the unseen material whose gravitational influence on stars and galaxies can be measured.

  • This is the final article in a series on what it means to love God practically. In our previous articles we covered the first two parts of the Inner Court Ritual--steps I believe God has laid out for us in Scripture to help us love Him the way He desires. In review, these steps are:

  • Many of us who have enjoyed the creative writings of Michael Crichton over the years were also intrigued by his book (or the blockbuster movie) Jurassic Park, which explored the feasibility of cloning prehistoric animals from the DNA captured, in this case, by a prehistoric mosquito encapsulated in amber. Provocative entertainment, indeed!

  • In Part One we began a series of articles on loving God. This time, we are concentrating on "practically" what it means to love Him. Do we love God daily by simply having deep emotional affection for Him?

  • My early zeal for studying the Scripture was dampened many years ago as I encountered what is often called "textual criticism." I was surprised to learn that it was naive and unlearned to regard the Book of Isaiah as actually written by the prophet Isaiah, as was commonly thought.

  • The latest discoveries in quantum physics and astrophysics provide remarkable evidence of God's ongoing involvement in the creation of time, space, and matter. The latest insights of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity reveal that time itself is a created physical property as one of four dimensions of our universe.

  • In Part One we began a series on what it means to love God in our every day lives. In other words, what are the day-to-day steps in laying down our wills and our lives to God and loving Him as He desires.

  • David Needham, author of the book Birthright, states, "...the big task is not the finding of the truth, but the living of it!" I agree with him completely. What good are God's principles if they don't work in our hearts and change our lives?

  • The search to decipher DNA and the development of drugs which could address the causes of diseases such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, and heart disease is accelerating.

  • On May 16-17 (the 6th of Sivan) Israel will celebrate Hag Ha Shavuot, the Feast of Weeks, or Pentecost.(May 1994)

  • In Israel the winter rains were late this year (April 1994) so the land was lush and green with wild flowers abounding. Along the roadsides, there were continual clumps of small bushes with bright yellow flowers that, like almost everything else in Israel, carried some Biblical insights for us.

  • He is the King of the Jews  He is the King of Israel But He’s also  King of all the Ages;