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Happy Chanukah – Keep Fighting…

The word chanukah (חֲנֻכָּה) means “dedication,” a word that shares the same root as the Hebrew the word chinukh (חִנּוּךְ), meaning “education.” Just as the Maccabees fought and died for the sake of Torah truth, so we must wage war within ourselves and break the stronghold of apathy and indifference that the present world system engenders (Rom. 12:2; Eph. 6:11-18). We must take time to educate ourselves by studying the Torah and New Testament, for by so doing we will be rededicated to the service of the truth and enabled to resist assimilation into the corrupt world. “Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world…” (1 John 2:15).

During this time of year — and especially during this dark hour of history near the prophesied “end of days” — it is imperative to remember that we are in the midst of the great “war of the ages,” where people’s souls and destinies are at stake… This world is likened to the “Valley of Decision,” the corridor to the world to come… We cannot afford to be indifferent to the darkness that continues to blind the eyes of so many people. We must take a stand for God’s truth and be fully equipped to give an account for the hope we have in Yeshua. Ultimately the “cleansing of the Temple” is a matter of the heart….

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