When Jesus speaks with the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4, He makes in verse 22 a deep observation in His answer to her: “You Samaritans worship what you do not know; we worship what we do know, for salvation is from the Jews.”
We stand just weeks after celebrating that the Balfour Declaration of 1917 moved from a statement of British intent, to the legal process of affirmation of the Jewish Homeland at the San Remo Conference in April 1920—and its then formal ratification by the League of Nations.
It is a great privilege and responsibility to be a Christian in Albania after many years of Communism. There is a great need to teach churches in Albania the Biblical truth about Israel from the Bible.
With the global sweep of the coronavirus pandemic, our world has suddenly changed. Normal life is no longer normal and probably never will be again. The planet is undergoing violent shakings of illness and death with a massive economic fallout that leaves us all reeling. However, there are positives that have come out of this worldwide wake-up call.
Dr H. V. Evatt (Australia) president of the United Nations welcomed Israel as a UN member May 11, 1949 at 3p.m. Fifty four Governments, including forty-five Members recognised Israel in their vote. Fifty years before Theodore Herzl envisaged the Jewish state. This UN decision was seen as ‘awesome’, ‘significant’ and an acknowledgement of international ‘equality.’