The book of Psalms is quoted over 100 times in the New Testament, and the one quoted the most is Psalm 110. Jesus quoted this prophetic psalm to stump the Pharisees, and the writer of Hebrews devoted an entire chapter to one of its verses.
The Hebrew word Hallelujah means “Praise the Lord” and appears numerous times throughout the Psalms…When Jesus entered Jerusalem on what is now known as Palm Sunday, the crowd met Him with cries of “Hosanna” and “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord,” right out of Psalm 118.
In biblical times (and still today), it was such a joy and privilege to go to Jerusalem that it was done with singing. A special series of psalms were sung during these pilgrimages to the Holy City and are called the Psalms of Ascent…
The spiritual and political significance of the Temple Mount has made it the most controversial piece of real estate in the world…Any disturbance of the status quo can bring the entire Middle East to the brink of war.
After a lifetime of Christmas pageants and nativity scenes, we have grown numb to the amazing story of the birth of Jesus…a closer, grownups’ look at the Christmas story, reveals so much more than meets the eye.
When we think of Germany under the Nazi regime, we have images of a military police state in which the people were coerced to acquiescence… However, Hitler also had a stunningly effective propaganda strategy…
Why do hundreds of millions of Christians around the world stand with Israel? There is not one answer. The truth of the matter is that the bond between Christians and Israel is as multifaceted as it is strong.
The American-Israeli relationship is one of the strongest friendships between any two nations on Earth. Built on a foundation of shared interests and values, the relationship benefits both nations immensely.
When asked why a person supports Israel, most Christians respond with Genesis 12:3, the biblical verse where God tells Abraham that He would bless those who blessed him and would curse those who cursed Him.