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If my people, who are called by my Name, humble themselves and pray (Part One)

The text, for those who have trouble with a rather individual cursive, reads as follows: Scandal after Scandal. No institution safe....

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Happy New Year! L'shanah tovah tikatev(i) v'taihatem(i)

The Head of the Year, the Feast of Trumpets - maybe even, some time,some year, when Christ will call the Church to Himself.

Till then enjoy this video and look at these links from last year:

The IDF choir. Great voices,great soldiers, but fatigues? Get a grip. If you are singing for the King, dress like it!




  1. Thanks for posting this, Ian. It is very moving. Personally, I think the presence of the army fatigues adds to its appeal - the citizen-soldiers ready at a moment's notice to defend the Promised Land redeemed yet taking time out to praise HaShem.
    I stumbled today across an antipodean site you may not be aware of but which you might like: http://israel.co.nz/

  2. I guess that it is a matter of perspective. I'm too used to a very casual attitude that lacks respect. You are putting it in the context of a war-zone - but the war-zone does do formality sometimes. "You pays your money and you takes your choice".