Author: Clifford Denton

  • Developing the Theme of Family through the Torah Portions. Number Thirty-Four.

    Dr Clifford Denton. B’Midbar: Numbers 1:1-4:20. 8th June 2024/2 Sivan. Take a census of all the congregation of the children of Israel, by their families, by their fathers’ houses, according to the number of names, every male individually. (Numbers 1:2) Picture by Helen McNeill From time-to-time God instructed Moses to take a census. This was more […]

  • Torah portion from Jerusalem.

    7th June 2024. By Joseph Shulam. We are starting the Torah reading this Shabbat with the Book of Numbers. The names of the books of the Bible are very different in the Hebrew Bible than in the translations to other languages. Usually, the Hebrew names are taken from the Book’s first words. Genesis is Bereshit, […]

  • WOMEN OF VALOUR.

    Three Christian ladies who loved and served the Jewish people. by Charles Gardner. Sometimes I think we afford far too much attention to the heroic efforts of men in the long history of the church. So I am delighted to focus on three Gentile women whose love for the Jewish people made a significant impact […]

  • Israel’s war is our war.

    It’s time to turn the tide of this worldwide spiritual battle. by Charles Gardner. As we approach the 80th anniversary of D-Day – a military invasion that saved the free world – we are reminded how the Jewish state is currently performing a similar task on our behalf. The Nazi spirit is still alive, not […]

  • Developing the Theme of Family through the Torah Portions. Number Thirty-Three.

    Dr Clifford Denton. B’chukotai: Leviticus 26:3-27:34. 1st June 2024/24 Iyyar. If you walk in My statutes and keep My commandments, and perform them, then I will give you rain in its season, the land shall yield its produce, and the trees of the field shall yield their fruit. (Leviticus 26:3-4) Picture by Helen McNeill Chapter 26 […]

  • B’har/B’chukotai from Netivjah.

    by Yehuda Bachana. With this double Torah portion we conclude the book of Leviticus. Leviticus starts with the description of different offerings and sacrifices. Then it continues with the order of the priestly service in the sanctuary. Later, in the land of Israel during the rule of the kings, this sacrificial system shifted to the […]

  • Developing the Theme of Family through the Torah Portions. Number Thirty-Two.

    Dr Clifford Denton. B’har: Leviticus 25:1-26:2. 25th May 2024/17 Iyyar. Then you shall cause the trumpet of the Jubilee to sound on the tenth day of the seventh month; on the Day of Atonement, you shall make the trumpet to sound throughout all your land. (Leviticus 25:9) Picture by Helen McNeill             What an awesome pattern for the life […]

  • Insanity of the nations.

    Isn’t it time politicians sought wisdom from above? by Charles Gardner. As I awoke this morning, bleary-eyed, to an alarming end-time scenario, I once more found myself exclaiming with rising exasperation: “The world’s gone mad!” The news that Spain has recognised a Palestinian state looked like a signal for re-igniting the Spanish Inquisition that brought […]

  • Blood libel re-enacted.

    Ancient weapon wielded as raging protests continue. by Charles Gardner. As raging anti-Israel protests continue to be tolerated on London’s streets, there are growing signs that God is breaking through. Reports tell of smoke bombs and calls for “intifada revolution” by pro-Palestinian marchers at the weekend, and I notice that Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron has […]

  • Iranian olive branch.

    Enemy of Israel turns friend through Yeshua. by Charles Gardner. Photograph: Charles Gardner Where terrified Israelis had only weeks earlier come under a hail of rockets from Iran, a young Iranian man brought a message of love, hope and reconciliation to the streets of Tel Aviv. Unashamed and unabashed, Rami declared how his life had […]