Behold, I will gather them out of all countries, whither I have driven them in mine anger, and in my fury, and in great wrath; and I will bring them again unto this place, and I will cause them to dwell safely.
In my eyes "old" is a beautiful word that has respect, value and standing in the Scriptures. We have no right to change those definitions.
Our aspiration is to give value, from the Scriptural standpoint, to each new day that the Lord has given to our elderly brothers and sisters so that even today they would be able to testify about yesterday's blessings and look forward to tomorrow in hope - the living hope!
- Johnny Khoury (Manager)
Some people were able to survive the Holocaust because of the heroic and selfless actions of others. Here is the story of a resident whom the Lord delivered in this manner...
"Sometimes I don't understand the LORD," said one of our volunteers on which T. (Resident with dementia) responded while she embroidered:
"I always understand the LORD, He loves me and He takes care of me."
Juan came to the Ebenezer Home after a fall that took all feeling in both his hands and feet. For most people, this would have been devastating in and of itself, but for Juan being a concert pianist and professional pipe organist for more than 50 years, it meant much more. Then the impossible became possible...
Anja Poljiak's journey to Israel was somewhat different from the experiences of other non-Jewish residents. Upon her arrival, she was first a volunteer worker on a kibbutz, and knew no English or Hebrew.
Oil on Canvas
by Anja Poljiak
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