Building up Mashiach’s Team.
The Land of Israel
"Is this your First time or your Second time?"
“What we have shifted away from in our Belief, How do we Build up what we call Mashiach’s Team?
We may even have a dispute on who "Mashiach" (Messiah) is, because the Jews do not really know yet, we are like waiting for him to appear. And that will be the Big question when he comes, “Is this your First time or your Second time?”
Why does one of us have to be wrong and one of us has to be right?
Maybe . . . God’s ways are beyond our way, his thoughts are beyond our thoughts . . . as we are trying to convince each other on the issue that divides us . . . let’s put that aside for just a minute, and now let’s leave theology alone . . . the Messianic Movement has an “Ideology”. . . what is an ideology? It is not a theology. It’s what we believe in . . . it’s what we work towards . . . it’s what we want to train our children towards.
And the language that we have come up with is "Biblical Zionism". What is Biblical Zionism? We believe in the God of Israel. We believe that the Land of Israel was given to the Nation of Israel as a covenant by God. We believe in the Restoration of the Land of Israel.
We believe that it is not a Jewish movement, but it is God’s movement. And all those that want to be a part of that movement are invited to stand shoulder to shoulder with us; that the State of Israel today is the manifestation of Biblical Prophecy, envisioned by the prophets given over to by God. Now that is a movement!
That has nothing to do now with a theological difference between us. That’s the meeting ground where Jews and non-Jews can stand together, in a new movement, of Biblical Return to Israel. That people live a Torah inspired life. That we believe that the Torah’s not been done away with. We do not like the word, “Old Testament”, that does not seem right. God’s ways are always his ways. Shabbat has always been Shabbat. It’s in the 10 Commandments; it was never really shifted to Sunday, according to his will. So, imagine that, there is a movement that can, theology aside, ideology though, we have the same ideology. And let’s unite on that. And then when the theology comes into play, when Mashiach comes, it will not matter . . .” Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel
Align Your Destiny with The Land of Israel
Teaching Archives from the Hills of Judea
Where in Israel is this farm?
The Arugot Farm
In the majestic heights where Judea’s mountains meet her desert, overlooking breathtaking views of the Dead Sea and the awe inspiring cliffs of the Arugot valley, The Arugot Farm is an encounter with the Judean frontier.
Founded by four environmentally conscious pioneering Israeli families who literally paved the roads to these previously inaccessible mountains, the Arugot Farms is becoming a sought after destination for both Israelis and tourists seeking to experience Israel’s magnificent natural beauty, encounter a renaissance of organic natural living, and walk through the rich history of Judea, from King David to the Maccabbees – to Rabbi Akiva and Bar Kochba.
Located in the heart of the biblical “Wilderness of Zif” where King David composed many of the Psalms and hid from King Saul, the Arugot Farms, in just a few years, has been transformed from a barren desolate wilderness to a Garden of Eden-like oasis, unlike anything in The Land.
From afar, the Arugot Farms appear on the horizon like an ancient Judean kingdom. At its center is a castle-like retreat center rising from the dust. Nearby, a house of prayer stands, unparalleled in its mystical beauty.
A short walk away one can find an ancient cave, untouched for millennia, three enchanting organic vineyards, over five thousand blossoming fruit trees, an innovative ecological pool, a flock of sheep, and intoxicating views of the Dead Sea, Massada, Jerusalem, and the Judean Desert.
A visit to the Arugot Farms is a uniquely life changing experience which provides illuminating context to the history, holiness, and glory of Judea for anyone seeking to connect to the destiny of Israel in the deepest way imaginable.
Who are these Rabbis?
Ari Abramowitz & Jeremy Gimpel
A two-man team of soldier and commander in the Israeli Army, Rabbis Ari Abramowitz & Jeremy Gimpel are the founder of The Land of Israel.com & the hosts of Israel Inspired radio and TV.
Ari & Jeremy are internationally acclaimed media personalities who have been fighting side-by-side to share the truth about Israel with the world for over a decade. With among the country’s largest social media followings, they are Jewish educators and advocates for Israel both domestically and internationally. They created and hosted the popular TV show ‘Tuesday Night Live in Jerusalem’ and have produced mini-documentaries that have been seen by millions around the world.
Israel Inspired delivers an entertaining, uplifting comprehensive understanding of modern day Israel through the prism of Jewish history and Biblical wisdom. Connect the dots between current events in the Middle East and Biblical destiny. Ari & Jeremy invite you to join them on their personal journey of discovery and self-realization through serving Israel in the army, on the airwaves and on the road around the world. Are you Israel Inspired?
How does this Ministry know Jeremy and Ari?
I met these two charismatic rabbis, Jeremy Gimpel and Ari Abramowitz, back in 2008, while working with CFOIC (Christian Friends of Israeli Communities) in the Land of Israel, and on several national speaking tours that individually and together they spoke to both Christian and Jewish audiences on the topic of “Our Biblical Responsibility to Stand with Israel”, not long before they had begun their popular TV show ‘Tuesday Night Live in Jerusalem’.
I had already had a very high regard for our Jewish brothers and sisters, but was blown away by these two God Fearing rabbis and IDF soldiers, who were a triple threat; who had a passion for their Heavenly Father, had a passion for the Torah, and had a passion for Shinning the Light to the Nations, with an emphasis on “the Nations”, desiring All to know God and to be known by God.
Though I lost contact with them in 2010, I have followed their mission and ministry through “The Land of Israel Network”, and have shared their moving story and stories throughout the years to others, to give others a True glimpse of the Heart of our Jewish brothers and sisters, and the Promise of God’s faithful Restoration, Redemption, and Light to the entire Family of God, which for most Christians, has been lost, but through the lives of these two Rabbis, may find the good way, may walk in it, and may find rest in their souls (Jeremiah 6:16).