Job, Part 5: The Epiphany

During the reign of Herod the Great, a royal caravan came from foreign lands east of Palestine. Sages, with an entourage of soldiers and slaves. Gentiles like Job, bringing precious gifts for an infant king of the Jews--a king greater than Herod, greater even than Solomon. When the expedition arrived in Jerusalem, they said that… Continue reading Job, Part 5: The Epiphany

Beautiful Beulah

"He led me to the gate, the gate looking east, and behold, the glory of the God of Israel was coming from the east."--Ezekiel 43:1-2 TLV My favorite place in Jerusalem (thus far) is the eastern gate, known as the Golden Gate or The Gate of Mercy--seen in this picture I took from the Garden… Continue reading Beautiful Beulah

Chief Cornerstone & The Thirteenth Apostle

He was crossing King David Street, in Jerusalem, near the hip vicinity of Mamilla Mall. I noticed his distinctly Native American features and limber stride even before I saw the long hair dangling down his back, swinging behind him like a pendulum as he disappeared into a sweaty throng of pedestrians. His head was high.… Continue reading Chief Cornerstone & The Thirteenth Apostle