In the third chapter of Acts, the apostle Peter declared that we would see “the restoration of all things” before the return of Yeshua (Jesus) to earth. (See Acts 3:19-21.)
Of course, much has already been restored in Israel since the rebirth of the nation in 1948. But this week brought news of a small, delightful addition to Israel’s miraculous story of restoration.
With some generous help from El Al Airlines a flock of rare “Jacob Sheep” will be making a journey from rural western Canada to a new home in the Golan Heights in Israel. These special sheep got their name because, unlike most sheep which are all white, they carry the markings of “spots and speckles” that characterized the sheep the patriarch Jacob raised while serving his father-in-law, Laban. (See Genesis 30.)
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