Tag Archives: Eli Shukron

2015 Session 15: Unconditional Acceptance

During this time of year, we share our Sunday School teacher with various seminar and tour schedules, so it’s a great day when Dr. Nunnally returns to class. He comes, in spite of jet lag and the fog that comes with international travel. The nice thing about it, he usually comes home with news about recent archeological discoveries in Israel. This week is no exception. His friend, Eli Shukron, has recently discovered what appears to be ancient ruins dating back to the time of Melchizedek … approximately 2000 BC. During his time in Israel, Wave had the opportunity to meditate on our discussions about God’s covenant with His people. “The Messiah is here and He’s going to restore His blessings to His people … but the covenant comes with blessing and curse, for those who reject Him. We must represent Him, unconditionally.”

Jeremiah 16:14; 16:16; Matthew 4:18; Ezekiel 29:4; John 3:16-17; Luke 12; 1 Corinthians 2:14-15

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2014 Session 14: The Obedience of Faith

In today’s session, Dr. Nunnally opens with a postscript on recent archeological discoveries in Jerusalem. Though not formally announced yet., the Israel Archeological Authority’s Eli Shukron has discovered a cut stone from the time of Herod. What makes the discovery so interesting is how it syncs with the words of Christ in Matthew 21:24, Jesus said to them, “Have you never read in the Scriptures: ‘The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone; the Lord has done this, and it is marvelous in our eyes?’” Following a brief discussion of this discovery, the conversation turns to Romans 16:19, and an emphasis on the interconnection of faith with obedience. “Obedience to the Lord requires that we continue providing witness, until the His return.”

Romans 16:19; 1:5-8; 10:18;15:18-19; 16:26; Acts 2:5; 17:6; 28:22; Colossians 1:6; 1:22; Matthew 24:14.  

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2014 Session 12 : Recent Archeological Discoveries in Israel

In this session, we explore some of the more recent archeological findings in Israel. Archeologist Eli Shukron, who works with the Israel Antiquities Authority, has made several important discoveries in the last few years. From the recovery of a small golden bell (worn by the priests), to the Pool of Siloam, Mr. Shukron’s work is our principle topic of discussion.

Luke 2:22; Acts 21:26; 24:18; Exodus 2833-34; 39:25; Numbers 15:3; John 9:1; 2 Samuel 5:3, Judges 7.

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