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God, who spoke to Moses on Mount Sinai is God of Christians and Jews. Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are our spiritual Patriarchs. Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel are our prophets. Christians serve Jesus Christ, the one and only Son of Father God, and a Jew who is the divine Messiah of Israel spoken of by the ancient prophets.

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Questions about Jewish Roots

According to the book of Genesis, the races all came from Noah. The human race started with Adam and Eve and grew evil very quickly.

We are called upon to honor Mary, for the Scriptures teach that all generations will call her blessed. But there is nothing in the Bible to indicate...

To this nation was given the revelation of God, His nature, His laws, and His history. Israel was entrusted with the Bible, and because of these...

Devotions about Jewish Roots

Our willingness to trust and obey God accomplishes His purposes in others' lives as well as our own.

We all like to think we can remember whatever it is we are supposed to remember without having to write it down. If we are honest with ourselves, we...

Articles on Jewish Roots

Hanukkah is worth celebrating because it teaches us about the God of Israel, the God of peace, and the God of power.

Michael Little, the Principal Representative for CBN to Israel, shares about the responsibility Christians have toward Israel and God’s heart for...

The people of ancient Beersheba dug their well centuries after Abraham’s time. But as we peer down 210 feet to the now-dry bottom of a well outside...

The gates of Hazor open wide, embracing us with a dignity neither destruction nor time can ruin. As I step between them, I imagine the number of...

Matthew. Mark. Luke. John. The four gospel writers. But did you know that there is a fifth gospel? Father Bargil Pixner (1921 – 2002), a...

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