Thirty Days in the Land with Jesus: A Holy Land Devotional by Charles H. Dyer

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Follow in the footsteps of Jesusebq5st through the land of Israel with this wonderful devotional by Charles H. Dyer…

“See that single, rounded hill off in the distance? That’s Mount Tabor, the hill where Deborah and Barak routed the forces of Sisera. And the ridge directly in front of us is the Nazareth Ridge. Jesus’ hometown of Nazareth is located on top.”

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit the holy sites of Israel? To walk where Jesus once walked, and to see the very places where He performed the miracles we read about in the Bible?

Thirty Days In The Land With Jesus is a 30 day devotional that digs deeply into the Word of God by exploring the places and people we read about in the New Testament. The locations in the scriptures will come alive to you as never before as Dyer vividly describes the sights, sounds, and smells of some of the most significant areas in Israel in the days of Jesus. Offering wonderful insight into the traditions and culture of those days, you will gain a deeper understanding of the significance of the miracles and works of Jesus Christ during his ministry in the land.
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Review of Artifice: Humanities Deception from Time Immemorial by A. I. Jacob

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Lets be honest with one another, we live in a world of good and evil. Whether you’re an atheist, agnostic, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu or Jew – there are good and evil people in all sects of humanity.

Why is it we can invent vaccines that can cure various diseases, but others use those same viruses to create biological weapons to kill and destroy other human kind?

Why is it we can create things like dynamite and explosive charges to move mountains to build wonderful highways so we can travel great distances, yet use those same explosive devices to build missiles and various weapons of war to kill and destroy one another?

Why can mankind build beautiful cities, buildings, parks, musical compositions, art, poetry and wondrous inventions to help us enjoy life and aid us in our day to day chores – yet the majority of the human race lives in squalor and our cities are filled with crime, drugs and every conceivable evil under the sun? Continue reading “Review of Artifice: Humanities Deception from Time Immemorial by A. I. Jacob”