The Prime Minister of Israel hosts a ‘Royal Tour’ of his homeland along with his wife and son. Affectionately known as “BeBe” he condenses the amazing 5,000 years of history in his fun and whimsical way. The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drives a boat across the Red Sea whose shores are shared by Egypt, Turkey, Israel and Jordan. The PM is a lifelong athlete who rides a bike through the streets of Jerusalem. Joyfully he and his wife ride the rapids on the Jordan River as he points out on a map the “Med” the “Dead” and the “Red” bodies of water. Israel is the Holy City for Judaism, Christians and Islamists. Indeed, Israel is the most contested piece of real estate on planet earth. Israel has been attacked 52 times and completely destroyed twice. King Nebekenezer toppled Solomon’s Temple in 606 BC. King Zerubbabel rebuilt the Jewish Temple and in 70 AD the Romans demolished the temple not leaving one stone upon another. Israel is the crossroads of history, religion, technology and HOPE for the world. The diversity of immigrants in Israel has inspired exciting methods which they share with the world. Israel has turned curses into blessings, over and over again through the centuries. Their unrelenting persistence is a beacon of hope to the world. They risk failure to win and they do because they NEVER GIVE UP! This documentary gives all the glory to God for His promise to bless His people. The technology for IPADS and IPHONES and many more were born in Israel!
On May 14, 2018 The USA officially recognized Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel on the same day that the NEW USA Embassy opened in Jerusalem. May 14th is also the 70th anniversary of Israel’s Declaration of Independence. It is also one day before what Palestinians call Nakba Day, or the Day of Catastrophe, where Palestinians commemorate lands they either fled or were evicted from after the creation of the state of Israel. It’s also just before the start of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month. Pastor Robert Jeffress from the First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, is a member of the unofficial evangelical advisory council at the White House who was chosen to pray a blessing over the new US Embassy in Jerusalem. For many evangelical Christians — including those who have Trump’s ear — moving the embassy to Jerusalem isn’t just about temporal political goals. Rather, the embassy move is one that will yield cosmic, and catastrophic, results. Evangelicals who subscribe to the American tradition of premillennial dispensationalist theology, Trump’s decision to move the embassy to Jerusalem is a necessary step in bringing apocalypse. Dispensationalists believe that God has divided human history into “dispensations”periods that illuminate different aspects of God’s plan for humanity. For example, the period between the Ten Commandments and the crucifixion of Jesus is understood as the period of “THE LAW”; the period since is the period of “GRACE.” Ultimately, the final, hoped-for period of human history will be the “millennial kingdom”: a 1,000-year period in which Christ will rule on earth in Jerusalem, after which God’s last judgment will occur. What happens in the Middle East is significant as it points to the certainty of the millennial kingdom and the second coming of Jesus Christ. For many evangelicals, a prophetic precondition must occur before Jesus will return. Orthodox Jews, His chosen people must declare “Jesus as Messiah” to become what we know as Messianic Jews. Some beleivers, adopt what is known as Christian Zionism, a belief that war in the Middle East is, fundamentally, part of God’s plan. But how much influence do these attitudes have on foreign policy? Johnnie Moore, a member of Trump’s evangelical advisory council, denied reports that theological attitudes played a significant role in Trump’s decision to move the embassy. “This was geopolitical opinion, more than theology,” Moore told reporters shortly after Trump’s decision to move the embassy was announced. Vice President Pence has given talks with Christian Zionist ideas to sympathetic organizations like Christians United for Israel. Bannon, the ex-Trump adviser who was still working in the White House at the time Trump initially announced his decision to move the embassy, also is an outspoken Christian Zionist. Hoyle Israel Tour 2018