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Françoise Frank

Françoise Frank

Françoise Frank is the co-author of Escaping The Great Deception which is the movie tie-in book of Let The Lion Roar. Françoise and her husband Derek are the founders of Roaring Lion Productions, a multimedia company dedicated to sharing the Jewish roots of the Christian faith with both Gentile and Jew. She travels extensively sharing their message with churches, conferences, and the media.

Political correctness is the flavor of this generation in a way that it was not in mine. I was taught to respect the opinion of others and accept the differences of our diverse community. Although this was not always easy, political correctness wasn’t the tight rope act that it is today!

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The most popular tourist photos of Jerusalem are of the golden Dome of the Rock, the souk, and the plethora of churches of the “old city.” Yet none of these represent the real face of Zion, the place we have come to know and love through reading our Bibles.

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In his best-selling single “Imagine” John Lennon dreamt that all people would live in peace and live as one. But, though many like him have wished for peace, few actually manage to define what peace means beyond the imagery of the dove or the peace sign.

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Media reports are notoriously biased and unreliable but they still influence those who are too gullible to question their accuracy. We ourselves can be manipulated by public opinion unless we first and foremost seek God’s wisdom to discern the signs of the time. In fact Yeshua* warned us that before His final return the earth would be as full of evil and deceit as it was in the times of Noah!

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When some of Albert Einstein’s students concluded that there was no God he challenged them to evaluate their combined percentage of knowledge relative to all the knowledge there was in the world.  They agreed on 5% at the most.  He pointed out that it might therefore be possible to find God in the 95% they did not know.

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If you dislike being pinned down and are inwardly passive you are probably an avoidant who prefers to steer clear of conflicts rather than face them. But beware! Putting your head in the sand or blending with the crowd in order to stay under the radar is not going to take you anywhere.

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Call a remnant scrap, residue, cast offs or odds and ends, it is usually small, cheap and random. And, depending on whether one views the glass as half full or half empty, “remnant” implies bargain or bad deal.

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When I recently travelled from Charles De Gaulle airport to the American embassy in Paris I experienced a culture shock that I was not anticipating. Though only Parisian by birth I still could not compute being driven through the streets of the capital by an Oriental taxi driver with Chinese radio blaring. Yet this was not as odd as later on eating macaroons at Ladurée’s with jazz playing in the background. Surely hush tones and the musical preludes of Debussy would have been more congruent with the 1862 decor of Paris’ very first tearoom?!

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In 1882 the first “Aliyah” or Jewish return was to a barren land, even though it had never been entirely without a Jewish presence. And in September 1948 EL AL’s inaugural flight from Geneva Switzerland brought Israel’s first president Chaim Weizman to Tel Aviv. Ever since then the iconic airline has carried countless Jewish immigrants from the four corners of the world back to Israel just as Isaiah prophesied thousand of years before.

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Today’s technology makes it easy for aspiring astronomers to indulge in stargazing at the push of a button. Hey presto, from the comfort of their home they can reach the planets, the stars and the galaxies through an app that cuts out all the hard work.

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Jewelry has been part of man’s identity for thousand of years. Tribal men have adorned themselves with feathers, teeth, shells and berries to fend off their foes. Kings and queens have bedecked themselves with silver and gold to show power and wealth. Through the ages and across the globe, jewelry has been an expression of spirituality and victory for men and women regardless of color or creed. And commonly today jewelry is used as a fashion statement to enhance and customize who and what we are.

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Hierarchy is an inevitable reality of society simply because some are better skilled, more responsible, or more naturally equipped to be leaders. To be further up the ladder generally conveys prestige, honor and respect, but it is not always the result of personal merit or persevering ambition. Status is the privilege of the wealthy and the well-born as well. It can also be bestowed on religious leaders and forcefully implemented by violent regimes. However, deserved or not, people’s different rankings bring a social order that cannot be ignored and that is still preferable by far to anarchy.

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Flying is statistically safer than driving. Plane crashes are dramatic but rare whilst driving gives an illusion of control but kills hundreds of thousands each year. Yet this will neither reassure those with a fear of flying nor make passengers pay better attention to cabin crews’ safety demonstrations.

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Have you ever found yourself in front of a closed door you couldn’t open because you didn’t have the right key?

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Our world is full of paradoxes!

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A little knowledge is a dangerous thing because partial information distorts the truth and leads to deception. It is remarkably easy to speak about things we don’t actually know much about and to assume scenarios based on rumors or unreliable media. Likewise without sound background to our assertions we can connect the dots incorrectly and draw the wrong conclusions. Ultimately this is the stuff of gossip, slander and libel that can harm and even destroy reputations.

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Not withstanding the delays, the occasional cancelations or the loss of baggage, airports give you a buzz you can get nowhere else. The international destinations on the departure board, the business/holiday mix and the lure of duty free are enough to get you walking on air even before you set off.

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You can enjoy Uzbekistani dumplings in New York, Korean spicy cabbage in Paris, French macaroons in Moscow, Big Mac in Cairo and sushi just about everywhere.

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If you are an avid supporter of the Wimbledon tennis tournament, the Grand Prix or the Super Bowl nothing is likely to stop you from waving the flag and singing the anthem when your team wins.

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The Bible’s rich cultural background and original Hebrew language are keys to understanding what God is actually saying. Without them we can skim the surface but never plumb the depth of it.

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