The Days of Unleavened Bread point us to the high goal we strive for in our approach to God’s law.
The life-changing impact of God’s Feast of Unleavened Bread
Do you know what Christ meant when He said “Take heed and beware the leaven of the Pharisees?”
For us to properly keep the days of Unleavened Bread, it’s necessary that we come to properly understand and observe what the Bible calls, the night to be much observed.
Are you keeping the meaning of Passover distinct from the Days of Unleavened Bread?
We will all reap what we sow—yet it all begins with a single thought.
The priesthood that God established in ancient Israel typified some exquisitely beautiful and profound truths for New Testament Christians.
Psalm 137 paints a terrifying prophetic picture of a tragedy about to befall a great many of God’s people.
The Old Testament record shows that King Hezekiah was a contemporary of Isaiah the prophet. The Biblical books of Kings, Chronicles, and Isaiah show that this prophet played a central role in Hezekiah’s remarkable reign over Judah.
The unearthing of historical fact proves the biblical record.
Recent archaeological discoveries in the holy city dramatically verify the truth of the Bible. No city on Earth brings history and prophecy to life like Jerusalem.
Emperor asks brother Prince Mikasa for private audience with international ambassador for world peace.
A firsthand account of the conflict in Jerusalem
The Jewish State of Israel is in extreme danger. The Middle East is undergoing radical changes, and the risk of violence engulfing the Jews is growing with each passing month!
A lesson for the young from the Prophet Isaiah.
Non-PCG visitors came from all over the world to see proof of Jeremiah’s biblical account.
Shane Granger traveled to Texas as a guest of the Consulate General of Israel in Houston.
The official seal of a Judean king holds a moving message for God’s people and for the whole world.
Inspired events in Jerusalem that led to a meeting with Israel’s fifth prime minister.
Latest visit between representatives of Israel and of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation
Twelve students and graduates will participate in archaeological excavation in early 2018.