“Opinion is the medium between knowledge and ignorance.” – Plato
Ramaphosa said last year that his State of the National Address is about seeing hope where there is despair and pointing out solutions to the crises. The ANC is convinced that they are the best political solution for the country. However, when we judge the tree by the fruits it bears, not by the fruit it talks about, the true state of the nation paints a dark picture of a government that has failed us miserably.
Explore the rich historical, religious, and cultural tapestry binding the Jewish people to the land of Israel. From biblical promises in Genesis to modern geopolitical realities, the enduring connection is evident. Recent challenges, marked by baseless claims and antisemitism, contrast sharply with the well-documented evidence supporting the legitimacy of the Jewish presence. Discover the profound narrative that weaves through millennia, shaping a compelling story of identity, faith, and resilience.
Exploring Consecration & Divine Health, this sermon delves into God’s unchanging word and the Sickness-Free Covenant. Isaiah 55:11 and Malachi 3:6 affirm God’s eternal word and its oneness with Him. Jesus, the “Pattern Son” in Hebrews 12:2, exemplifies divine health, urging believers to claim its benefits and mature spiritually. Sonship consciousness transforms believers, and the early Church showcases divine health. Embrace the sickness-free covenant through unchanging faith in God’s word and sonship consciousness—a legacy for every believer.
Explore the historical truth of Jesus of Nazareth, recognizing him as the King of the Jews rather than the King of the Palestinians. Uncover the significance of preserving accurate narratives, addressing misconceptions, and understanding the complexities surrounding Jesus’ identity. Delve into the historical context, dispelling myths that aim to redefine his legacy. Embrace an informed perspective on Jesus, navigating through nuanced historical realities.
A number of people are astonished to hear people such as Melanie Phillips (British journalist and commentor) argue that Israel is not in “occupation” of “Palestinian land” and that the Jews alone are entitled in law to this territory. Their astonishment is not surprising, since these facts are never referred to in mainstream discourse. Yet Israel is entitled to this land—all of it—many times over in law, as well as according to history, truth, and morality. In this article, I will outline two reasons why the term “occupied Palestinian territories” is nonsense by delving into the historical geopolitical perspective.
Labelling Israel as an apartheid state has become a rallying cry for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (B.D.S.) movement, wielding the comparison to South African apartheid as a powerful weapon in its arsenal. In this blog, we unravel the complexities surrounding this accusation, dissecting Israel’s political, social, and legal systems to reveal stark differences from the historical injustices of apartheid-era South Africa.
Introduction Being human means having baggage. We all develop emotional triggers, regardless of the severity of our past traumas. We can either ignore them and harm each other, or we can acknowledge that we all require help. Whether you opt for marriage counselling or...
In the world of relationships, it’s easy to get swept away by the enchanting allure of an idealized partnership. However, this perfect image, often known as idealistic distortion, can have a profound impact on the longevity and vitality of a relationship.
Unlock Lasting Joy and Enduring Love: Why We Incorporate Prepare/Enrich Assessments into Longevity Coaching
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