Ten Tribes Studies.
1. Hebron Pics
Photos from the Ten Tribes Meeting at Hebron 2012
Map: Major Sites involved: Jerusalem, Hebron, Arad
4 Photos taken by Ovadiah at Kol HaTor (KHT)
Meeting at Bust Station, Jerusalem
Arriving at Hebron
Preparing to Speak
Speaking. From left to right: Yair Davidiy, John Carrington Richards, Rabbi Avraham Feld
2. Tim Murray: At least there's movement!
Thanks so much for sending these remarks and impressions from the Hebron
meeting. I rejoice that it happened, and I pray its effect will spread.
It's wonderful to hear from like-minded souls around the world!
Norway... China... who knew?!
Like the delegates and yourself, I am watching for the joining of
Ezekiel's Two Sticks. But I suspect they may be a lot closer than we
realize. For example, Judah is waking up and its Land (the former waste
places) is inhabited again. But the return to the Land is yet to be
matched (among the general Jewish populace) by the return of the heart
toward the God of Israel. So far so good: but I wonder if the other
stick is making a reciprocal, and immensely significant, move toward
Judah, as well. The 10T are waking up, too, in this sense: the tidal
wave of support emanating from the evangelical Christian world may truly
be the heart-beat of spiritual return in the wide-spread House of
Joseph-- though they haven't returned physically to the Land yet. Or to
their identity. But that will come in due time.
At least there's movement on the part of both the Houses. So I think
there is room for both hope and ongoing faith. We do need a Herzl, and
as others have pointed out, we need repentance. But as Steve Mathe
observed, we need prayer even more-- that is we need to be faithful in
prayer ourselves. The God who heard Israel's groans at the Exodus will
hear us now: the final plan cannot be de-railed. "Though it tarry, wait
for it: it will surely come!"
3. Robery Bury: Norway and Attitudes to Israel.
Re: Brit-Am Now no. 1928: Ten Tribes Studies.
#9. Affirmation of Israelite Origin from Norway
1500 9/4/2012 The Evangelical Christians of Southern Norway are very pro Israel. I have been to these meetings in Mandal and Lindesnes, but I agree with Ole Haakon. The media of TV and newspapers have been very anti-Israel.