“I want to tell you something," our Israeli friend suddenly interrupted us. "When I was in South America, someone asked me if I had ever read the New Testament. I told them, ‘No, I have not, but I am willing to read it. Just give me a copy.’ I then took it home and began to read it. Never have I been so disappointed in what I read!” she exclaimed and proceeded to explain.
Rabin folded the words of the song and put it in his left shirt pocket. He thanked the mayor of Tel Aviv for arranging the peace demonstration and told him this had been one of the happiest nights of his life. A few minutes later, that paper would be pierced by a bullet hole and saturated with blood. Ari and Shira's story continues as it intertwines with dramatic moments in Israel's history.
As Maoz enters its 46th year of existence, we continue the vision not just to see all Israel barely make it into the Kingdom of Heaven, but for the Body of believers in Israel to thrive and become the light to the nations they were always called to be.