Message—What is Your Hope? Part 1
What’s your hope as a believer in Jesus? If you ask several different believers, you might receive several different answers; and they’re not all wrong. Spending eternity in heaven? That’s right. Forgiveness of sins? That’s right, too. But as Chris will explain; those aren’t the answers that he looks for. All Christians share a common hope, rooted in scripture, which dates back to the early church – the resurrection of the dead. The resurrection backs up everything Jesus did to prove He was the Messiah. The resurrection was His vindication. The resurrection is our hope.
AskFOI— What is the cause for the most recent anti-semitism in Europe? (@12:35)
Anti-Semitism is on the rise in Europe. What is the cause of this increasing swell of hatred? We’ll take a look at the recent influx of Muslims immigrating from Northern Africa and the Middle East to countries like Germany, France, and places that you may not expect like England. Further examination of some alarming statistics will add clarity and understanding to the current state of affairs in Europe for the Jewish people.
Listen to this segment @ 12:35.
This captivating film is a new look at Israel and its rapid population growth to over 7,000,000 people-atypical for a developed country. God made a covenant with Abraham promising to make his descendants into a great nation. Israel, My Home is a preview of what could be the fulfillment of that covenant.
Apples of Gold–”You have never seen the light” (@18:45)
Journey back to when Zvi Kalisher worked at Mount Scopus near the University of Jerusalem. An Orthodox student, dismayed at the lack of knowledge his fellow students possess about Passover, looks to Zvi, the only other Jew he can find at the moment, for help in distributing informational booklets so that they may know. Zvi, however, is more concerned that this young man and his fellow students come to know Jesus the Messiah.
The Friends of Israel Today and Apples of Gold theme music was composed and performed by Jeremy Strong.
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