Monday March 25: 20 Adar II

Have you ever heard someone say, “I’m going to tell you something that you’ve never heard before.” Or, “I’m going to present something in a way like you’ve never heard it before.” Or, “God has given me revelation and only to me and if you’re going to hear what God is saying right now, then […] »

Sunday February 24: 19 Adar

It was on this day in 1940 that the so-called McDonald-White paper went into effect. This was a document that restricted the sale of “Arab lands” to Jews in the Holy Land and practically voided the Balfour Declaration, a previous document that promoted the establishment of a Jewish homeland. Ironically on this same date on […] »

Monday April 1: 27 Adar II

It was on this day in the year 561 B.C. that king Zedekiah, the last king of Judah, died in a Babylonian prison. On that same day, Yehoachim, the former king of Judah, was released from his Babylonian prison cell, after being held captive for 36 years. Why did God allow the kings of Judah […] »

Saturday March 23: 18 Adar II

This day seems to be one of many firsts when it comes to Jewish-American history. For instance, on this day in 1801, the first Jewish Governor in the United States was sworn in as the Governor of Georgia. This is very interesting when you consider that the South has long been associated with racism and […] »