The Apple of God’s Eye

Streams of Blessing is our outreach project that encompasses and covers a large number of Jewish people from all walks of life, all ages, and in many different situations. We never run out of situations to face that are heartrending, sad, and in some cases tragic. People in all nations face poverty, sickness, and disease; however, when God’s Chosen People suffer and there is no one to help them, God goes searching for those who will.

He searches for comforters, helpers and those willing to pray. (more…)

“Jerusalem 50th Jubilee” CFI Conference

One of the May conference’s most informative messages was given by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger. He spoke about the past and the present Israel-US relations. Lisa Miara, founder of the Springs of Hope Foundation, brought her personal experiences about assisting women and child slaves of ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

Dr. Mordecai Kedar, an Israeli Scholar of Arabic Literature in the Bar Ilan University, spoke about the reasons why Islam has set eyes on Jerusalem, instead of Mecca or Medina, which are Islam’s first holy sites. Pastor Steven Khoury from Holy Land Missions shared trials and challenges of Israel’s Christian population.

IDF Commanders shared about defending unified Jerusalem and all Israel. Ma’aleh Adumin’s Mayor Benny Kashriel spoke about his city’s role in guarding the road to Jerusalem. General Uzi Dayan recalled the miracles of the Six-Day War and the events of the reunification of Jerusalem. Sharon Sanders shared how Israel is preparing for Her King. Pastor Rick Ridings from Succat Hallel reminded Christians to stand in the gap until the end. (more…)

Israel’s decisive victory in six days of June 1967

The establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 was a bitter setback for the neighboring Arab countries who wanted the entire region ruled by the Islamic faith. Having the Jewish nation in the Middle East was seen as Islam’s failure. For years before the 1967 Six-Day War, tension had been building up between Israel and the neighboring countries. (more…)