Nov 25, 2022
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob all encountered famine in the Promised Land. It was a difficult land that required faith to enter and faith to remain. It was also a land set aside for a specific people and only when they took possession of it would it flourish. The good news is the Jewish people are back in their land and the desert is blooming, the vineyards are becoming world renown, and an abundance of food is being sold abroad. The Land and people are united again!
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No More Famine in the Land (Out of Zion Episode #153)
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