Memorial Day

jerusalem rain

Rain is uncommon in Jerusalem in April.

Author: Cliff Keller

Cliff Keller is an author and blogger who, with his wife, Marcia, made Aliyah to Israel in 2011.

2 thoughts on “Memorial Day”

  1. Cliff I heard a story of a king who challenged his court priest/minister/religious advisor to prove the existence of God, and to do so in a single word. At the end of the allotted time, the king asked if the minister was able to meet the challenge. He replied, “Yes, your highness, I think I can.”
    “What is the word?” asked the king.
    “Israel” replied the minister.
    Today more than ever, I think the existence of Israel is evidence of the accuracy and authority of God’s Word. Never has a people/nation, been so persecuted, destroyed and dispersed like Israel, and yet there she stands, against all odds, as a witness to the faithfulness of God. Where is the empire of Assyria, Persia, Mede, Rome, Greece, Babylonia, today? God is faithful and will accomplish His purpose. What a testimony to the world that Israel still stands!
    Blessings to you


  2. Hey Marcia and Cliff!
    That sure was a great deal of rain! It was so nice to see everyone stop and recognize the ones killed and survivors of the Holocaust on Hahsoah Day.
    Juttah looks so pretty and healthy!
    I love that Scripture yall shared and at the ending. Ezekiel 37:4-12 is very inspiring!
    May God bless and be with each of you.


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