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If I Forget Thee O Jerusalem (Psalms 137)
A majority of tourists and locals have a good idea what they want to see when they go to Jerusalem’s Old City. Most of them don’t think twice about the fact that it is divided into sections or “quarters”. Today’s … Continue reading
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“Love your neighbor as yourself.” (Leviticus 19:18).
Israelis don’t have much of a reputation as big money donors, but one thing they are well known for giving, is their time. Voluntary work is a large part of people’s lives here. In fact it is considered such an … Continue reading
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