February 13, 2016 | #1607—Efraim Inbar Interview

This week on The Friends of Israel Today, our host and Bible teacher Chris Katulka interviews Efraim Inbar, Professor in Political Studies at Bar-Ilan University and Director of its renowned Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies. He’ll discuss Israel’s unique relationships with their neighbors in the Middle East. Where is it in the Bible where the Holy Spirit leaves the temple in Jerusalem? We’ll answer that in our Ask FOI segment. As always, we’ll wrap up our program with Apples of Gold, a dramatic retelling from the life of Holocaust survivor Zvi Kalisher.

February 6, 2016 | #1605—Israel My Glory: In Depth-Jan/Feb

This week’s program is the first of its kind, as we begin a new feature called “Israel My Glory In Depth.” Every two months we’ll focus on the current issue of Israel My Glory magazine. The theme of the current issue happens to be Romans chapters 9 through 11. This portion of scripture is one of the most detailed, thorough New Testament arguments that makes a case for Israel.

January 23, 2016 | #1604—The Jesus Prophecies, Part 1

In this week’s program, Chris Katulka starts a series called the Jesus Prophecies. Together, we’ll take a look at the prophetic words of Jesus from His earthly ministry. These prophecies are pushing us to His Second Coming, that glorious moment in human history when Jesus Christ will return. But before that great moment occurs, the world will experience an indescribable pain called the Tribulation.

(Image: Pieter de Grebber, God Inviting Christ to Sit on the Throne at His Right Hand, 1645. )

January 16, 2016 | #1603—Psalm 110, Part 3

This week, Chris Katulka shares the third and final part of his series on Psalm 110. This great prophetic chapter in the Psalms paints a picture of who Jesus is and casts a vision forward of what Jesus will do. So far, you’ve heard that Jesus is both a King and a Warrior, but there’s another title that shows up when looking at this Psalm. He is also given the title of priest. Listen and hear why this title is more unusual than the others you have heard about so far.

(Image: Pieter de Grebber, God Inviting Christ to Sit on the Throne at His Right Hand, 1645. )

January 9, 2016 | #1602—Psalm 110, Part 2

We continue our series on Psalm 110, where we’ve been looking at the various roles of Jesus. Last week, Chris looked at the Kingship of Jesus and today he will take a look at the day coming when Jesus will physically rule the earth. Kingship often leads to an abuse of power, but Jesus will be a different kind of king. He will rule in truth with justice and righteousness. He’ll be a king we can trust and one that we’ll all want to follow.