MIGHTY MEN of ISRAEL
First, let us lay a foundation from Scripture. I Chronicles 11:26 and 41, “Also the valiant men of the armies were…41, “Uriah the Hittite…” URIAH the Hittite is listed among the mighty men of David...
The Borders of Israel?
compiled and edited by Garry Way
Malachi 1:4, “Whereas Edom said, We are impoverished, but we will return and build the desolate places; thus saith the LORD of hosts, They shall build, but I will throw down; and they shall call them, The border of wickedness, and, The people against whom the LORD hath indignation for ever.”
Please notice the phrase, “…The border of wickedness.” Most of the communities are located on the borders of Israel which we know are Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, and Gaza. It is indisputable that each of these border countries would like to see Israel removed from the face of the earth, thus “The border of wickedness.”
DOTTED ALONG THE BORDERS OF ISRAEL ARE AROUND
known as either a kibbutz or moshav
It is said that if you turned out all the lights in Israel and then turned on just the lights of these communities, you would see an outline of the borders of Israel.
Presently THE URIAH PROJECT is concentrating on helping the communities southwestern Israel near the border with Gaza. However, we are open to helping any and all communities in Israel that could use our help. We have met people in kibbutzim and moshavim all over Israel.
These communities, which began in the early 20th century, were traditionally based on agriculture. Today, farming has been partly replaced by industry and high-tech. For example one kibbutz has a very successful military plastics industry.
These “kibbutzim” and “moshavim” are basically self-sustaining communities using farming and/or manufacturing as the means of existence. One kibbutz where we have visited makes office supplies such as clipboards and three-ring binders. Another kibbutz makes solar panels for swimming pool heaters. Most of the time the products are shipped all over the world. And, of course, there is the agriculture communities where we have tasted tomatoes, carrots, avocados, dates, and many other delicacies.
Visits to Israel