January 19, 2019 | The Common Thread, Part 2


Moses’ Connection to the Promise

We are continuing in our new series The Common Thread, how the promise God made with Abraham in Genesis 12 connects the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation—including the Church today! Last week we learned about the covenant that God made with Himself on behalf of Abraham and all his descendants. The land, the people, and the blessing are all unconditional promises that were activated by the step of faith Abraham took, leaving his country to go to the land God called Him to.

Today we’ll learn how that promise moved forward with a hero from the Bible that many know, Moses. Did you know that Moses was not only chosen to bring the people out of Egypt but also to take them to the Promised Land? But because of one disobedient act, he was not able to lead the people of Israel into the Promised Land. This story is a great reminder to us as believers that God may call you to something but it is up to Him to complete it. There’s a lot to learn in this part of the series!

If you missed the first episode of this series, we encourage you to Listen Now.

Continue to Part 3

2018 Prophecy Conference Highlights

Each year The Friends of Israel holds prophecy conferences in select cities in the United States and Canada. We realize not everyone can join us so we have made available our 2018 Prophecy Conference highlights!

Now available in several formats; DVD, CD, and MP3, enjoy all 15 sessions from the series entitled, The Sign of His Coming—covering what Jesus said from the Mount of Olives in Matthew 24—25, which include His predictions about Jerusalem, the tribulation, and His Second Coming.

This series is an excellent tool for Bible studies, on your own or in a group.


Apples of Gold: We Want to Know More

Zvi was talking to his Arab neighbors. These men admittedly hate their Jewish neighbors and teach their children to kill them—all because they want the land of Israel. Zvi asked them if they knew the conflict between the Arabs and the Jewish people was in the Bible. They were curious as he showed them the Scriptures. Then Zvi’s neighbors realized his Bible he was holding contained the New Testament. Many more questions followed this realisation and Zvi was able to share about his faith in Jesus.

Zvi’s story is available in Elwood McQuaid’s book, “Zvi: The Miraculous Story of Triumph over the Holocaust,” available at our online store.

More stories from Zvi are also available in his book, “The Best of Zvi,” available at our online store.


The Friends of Israel Today and Apples of Gold theme music was composed and performed by Jeremy Strong.

Also heard on this week’s show:

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