The Story of Israel as Told in the Book of Ruth

By Sarah L, Staff Writer for Hope for Israel The holiday of Shavuot, the culmination of the period known as the Counting of the Omer, is here! This is the holiday at which Israel received … Read More

The Case for Jerusalem

By Sarah L., Staff Writer for Hope for Israel Jerusalem has been a hotspot of international controversy for thousands of years; in modern times, much of the controversial dialogue takes place surrounding the Israeli holiday … Read More

Counting the Omer

By Sarah L. The Counting of the Omer, or Sfirat haOmer in Hebrew, is a 49-day period which begins on the second night of the festival of Passover, celebrated beginning on the 14th of Nissan, … Read More

Israel’s Independence Day: Celebrating the Fulfillment of Prophecy

By Moran Rosenblit with Sarah L. This week, Israel is preparing to celebrate its 75th birthday! However, despite the miracle of Israel’s independence and existence, I continue to cross paths with those who believe that … Read More

Why Aren’t Passover and Resurrection Sunday Celebrated Together?

By Sarah L. The second weekend in April, both Christians and Jews around the world celebrated holidays of incredible significance. Although today Passover and Resurrection Sunday (commonly known in many circles as Easter), don’t always … Read More

The Connection Between “Grace” and “Abuse” in the Story of Passover

Conceptually, there is often an implicit division of God’s personality into the pre-Yeshua God of Law and the post-Yeshua God of Grace. In reading the story of Pesach (Passover), of God’s miraculous rescue of His … Read More

Heroines of Hanukkah

By Hope for Israel Staff Writer December 2022 Hannukah , often called the Festival of Lights, is a story of national courage and redemption, and generally centers around Matityahu the High Priest, and his five sons, … Read More

Simchat Torah: Celebrating God’s Word

October 2022 (תשפ״ג) By Moran Rosenblit This coming week, the Jewish people around the world will celebrate Simchat Torah, which literally means “Rejoicing of the Torah”. It is a celebration marking the conclusion of the … Read More

Sukkot: The Prophetic Regathering

Sukkot 5783 (2022) By: Moran Rosenblit On Sunday Oct 9th at sundown, we will begin the celebration of Sukkot which is also known as the Feast of Tabernacles. In Zechariah 14:16, we read something very … Read More

Yom Kippur: Atonement for a People

By: Moran Rosenblit We are in a season of some very special appointed times, which God appointed for the children of Israel. Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is the most solemn day on the Hebrew … Read More