Jerusalem, O Jerusalem...
Arriving Israel on 11/6/2016, I've never felt so close to a land in my life although it's my first time in Israel. I felt home. The land of my Older Brother, Y'shua Hamashiach and spiritual forefathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
Emek Rafaim (the valley of Rafaim) was once a battlefield in David's time; this is where we camp. There is nothing more exciting than walking in the city of Jerusalem, thinking if the paths were once walked on by the spiritual forefathers.
"Let's climb the mountain of the Lord." - The very thought I received as I was walking toward the city of David. The difference between the rest of the world and Jerusalem is, spirituality is tangible and seen at every street corner in Jerusalem, and materialism is popularized at every corner especially in the western world.
Jerusalem, O Jerusalem you have shown me the heart of the Father God, He longs to dwell among you but many time you reject Him until you say "Barut haba b'shem Adonai. Blessed is He who comes in the name of Y'shua."
The spirit of offense is an invisible wall of self-righteousness, which births out of unbelief and distrust. - Jack