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Tidlig morra blues

Jeg hater å stå opp om morgenen når den begynner kl.03. 50 og jeg vet at de neste timene skal tilbringes på Qalandiya kontrollpost. Jeg er sikker på at alle involverte parter; soldater, passerende og observatører, skulle ønske at dette stedet ikke fantes. 543 more words

EAPPI

In My Mind I Call You Home

So here’s a really interesting thing about Israel–you can feel the difference between standing in the sun and standing in the shade. Not in the regular sit-in-the-shade-because-it’s-cooler way, in the way that if I was totally and completely blind and I was walking down the street, I could tell you down to the centimeter if I was walking in the sun, in partial shade, or in total shade, because there is literally an immediate ten degree (F) difference. 958 more words

A Judgment Seat Reference in Nehemiah?

I’m throwing something out there. Biblical commentators have some trouble with Nehemiah 3:7, which falls within that passage describing who worked on rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem in Nehemiah’s day: 457 more words

Biblical Hebrew

A Countdown Pilgrimage

In 2007, I watched Mikey Lear winning games of Countdown on TV. This was about half a year after I had been on the show myself. 1,142 more words

WHY THE US FLAG IS UNDER PERSECUTION

WHY THE US FLAG IS UNDER PERSECUTION.

I DON’T UNDERSTAND THIS. ..I WAS RAISED ALL MY LIFE TO HONOR & UPHOLD IT…I served in the U.S. 1,404 more words

L. A. Marzulli on Hagman & Hagman! Tonight!

L.A. Marzulli on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report

Hagmann and Hagmann Report

We will be discussing Watchers 8 and Further Evidence!

L. A. Marzulli

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Banality of Upheaval

I walk through the desert and soak it all in. The sun, obviously: I’m shivering slightly from swimming through flash-flood pools that collected after last week’s rain in Jerusalem, we swim across the gevim and try to warm up when sunbeams make it into the narrow valley. 1,087 more words