“For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” —Psalm 139:13-14a


Notable dates & events

November 2nd was the day on which the famous Balfour declaration was made in 1917. However, there are several important facts which people tend to forget today about that important document which led to the establishment of a homeland for the Jewish people. Three things People Forget about the Balfour Declaration.

November 7th was Billy Graham’s birthday. Reverend Graham was one of the world’s most fruitful evangelists, and even came to Israel to preach the Gospel What happened when Billy Graham came to Israel?

November 13th is 50 days after Yom Kippur, which is when Ethiopian Jews celebrate their arrival to the Promised Land. The celebration is called Sigd, which means “worship”. 

November 23rd is Thanksgiving for our friends in the US. There are many similarities between the Thanksgiving celebrations and the Feast of Tabernacles, to the point that some have wondered if the early pilgrims were basing Thanksgiving on that biblical feast. 

November 27th 1947 was the date that the UN partition plan was decided. Just as rumors were abounding that the Bible was a recent work of zionist fiction and that the Jews had no history in the land, the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, and our claim to a historic homeland was verifiably proven. God’s timing is always impeccable!

November 30th In response to the steps towards the restoration of Israel, many Arab nations expelled their Jewish citizens in fury. There were riots, lootings and massacres, causing almost all to flee to the new Jewish state. Over 50% of Israel’s Jews were from Muslim nations, and this is the date chosen to Remember Jews exiled from Arab lands and Iran.

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