The story behind the state of Israel’s rebirth after 2,000 years

by Leah Rosenberg

Israel’s rebirth is a story of unbelievable miracles and perseverance. May 14, 1948 was a day that changed all of history!

Israel’s Rebirth

After 2,000 years, the Jewish people regained control of their homeland. What the world sometimes misunderstands is the eternal connection between Israel and the Jewish people. They think that 1948 was the first time that a Jewish homeland existed and that Israel has no previous history. But that is just false. God gave the land of Israel to the Jews thousands of years ago. And that is why May 14, 1948 was Israel’s REBIRTH – not the initial creation.

The Modern State of Israel

Having said that, the creation of the State of Israel was the first time in modern history that the Jewish people returned to their homeland and had their own government. After all the wars and fighting, Israel persevered and held on to their God-given land. The events leading up to May 14, 1948 were miraculous. It was so clear that God was helping and always helps the Jewish people. Through all the struggles and all the ups and downs, the Jewish people have remained in control of their land.

Furthermore, what’s so amazing is what the Jews have done with Israel over the course of just 70 years. The accomplishments, inventions, and medical breakthroughs are mind-blowing. You would never believe what Israel looked like just a few decades ago!

The History and the Facts

Sometimes people don’t know the history of Israel or the facts. There is so much “controversy” over the State of Israel, but if everyone just knew the truth, they would see that there is in fact no controversy at all. The Jews have history, archaeology, the Bible, and so many other truths backing their side of the conflict.

The Jewish people and the Jewish state of Israel are one. They are eternally intertwined, and that’s not changing.

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