Israel Unveiled: Magdala, Part 1

A must watch teaching for all Christians, but especially women.

Behold Israel

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Israel Unveiled: A journey through 11 different sites in the land of the Bible with Amir Tsarfati.

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About E.J.

My name is Ellen “E.J.” Lefavour. I am a Christian artist and writer living in Gloucester, MA, where I have been living since God led me here in September of 2010. I am a painter, photographer and writer who, by the grace of God, has lived and worked as an artist for over 25 years, allowing me to separate myself from the World and walk in faith, to a large degree. I pray you are blessed, built up in your faith and Christian walk, and become an interactive participant in God's Morning. We're here as Christ's body, supporting and building each other up in all righteousness, in His name.
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2 Responses to Israel Unveiled: Magdala, Part 1

  1. Logical conclusions for those who are of replacement theology position as they cannot see that the comments regarding the great tribulation is Gods way of bringing the jewish nation to recognize their messiah Zechariah 12:10 “And I will pour out on the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit of grace and supplication. They will look on me, the one they have pierced, and they will mourn for him as one mourns for an only child, and grieve bitterly for him as one grieves for a firstborn son.”
    only one of many verses in the Bible referring to the nation of Israel.

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    • E.J. says:

      The great tribulation is God’s final attempt to bring all of mankind to recognize their messiah, not the Jewish nation alone. He is calling all to repent, to turn to Him and be redeemed by the atoning blood of Jesus. It is God’s desire that all look on Him who they have pierced (we all are sinners, and we all caused Him to be crucified who believe He died for us), to mourn and grieve our sinful natures and turn to Him so that we might live. God does not wish that any should perish, Jew or Gentile.

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