On Sunday, an estimated 500 million participants from over 175 nations joined together in a unified day-long prayer for the peace of Jerusalem.
Reverend Robert Stearns, Executive Director of Eagles’ Wings, a global missional community based outside of Buffalo, New York, led the prayer from the Haas Promenade overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem. From there, GOD TV broadcast the event to 300 million viewers in 192 nations.
Every year, the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem (DPPJ) is observed on the first Sunday of October in churches and prayer ministries around the world. Coordinated by Reverend Stearns, Dr. Jack Hayford, and Dr. Paul Cedar, over 1,400 key leaders within the Evangelical Christian world gave their active support. The event was first held in 2002 but is now the largest Israel-focused prayer event in history…. read more
In 2010, I read the book entitled “Son of Hamas” by Mosab Hassan Yousef. It is the kind of book that one just cannot put down. It chronicles the life of Mosab, born in Ramallah to the leader of Hamas. Mosab became an undercover agent for the Mossad in Israel – saving many lives.
While in Jerusalem, Mosab had been approached numerous times by Christians. They invited him to attend their Bible study. He finally decided to go, and Mosab became a Christian, turning his back on Islam! He said that the Scripture which made him realize that Jesus was truly the Lord was this:
But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you” (Matthew 5:44)…. read more
Recently I got to spend more time over one week in Jerusalem’s City of David than I’ve spent there in the past 30 years. Living a mere 15 minutes from Jerusalem, I try to be mindful of how incredible it is to have the privilege to be in the holy city often, even for things as mundane as business meetings, to see a movie or go shopping. However, there are special places within Jerusalem that are at the very foundation of the city, literally, and being able to spend time there is indescribably awesome.
My visit was in two parts, under the auspices of The Jerusalem Watch, which hosts extensive and compelling daytime tours (The Jerusalem Watch Tour), offering those who are passionate about Jerusalem a “tangible opportunity to connect by taking an active role in uncovering the glory and history of ancient Jerusalem; literally becoming part of the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.”… read more
Netanyahu met with UN Secretary General in Jerusalem Monday; Guterres met with IDF Intelligence head Tuesday; Guterres to meet with Abbas Tuesday; PM: It is our right not to allow this noose to tighten around Israel.
Prime Minister Netanyahu met with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres in Jerusalem Monday, their meeting centered on Iran and Hezbollah’s efforts against Israel, as well as on the United Nations ongoing anti-Israel bias and efforts…. read more
Eye witness sees a circle around the mountain. She records what she sees and describes what happened in her own words. She said there was physical changes around the mountain and suns appeared, rainbows and beams were appearing.
The Cern was founded in 1949 and is still thriving today.? The last time it was fired up was on March 29, 2016.? Just exactly what is this Cern thing all about? Below we have provided an article by RT that breaks the Cern down in 10 facts. This will help you understand when reading the rest of this article. 10 mind-blowing facts about the CERN Large Collider you need to know In September, Europe?s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will smash together sub-atomic particles at nearly the speed… read more
Findings include ivory statue, jars and storage, as well as walls covered in charcoal; Findings confirm Israel’s constant growth during Iron Age, as well as wealth of the city
Israeli archeologists have unearthed findings dating back to Babylonian conquest and destruction of the First Temple in Jerusalem.
Archeologists uncovered several artifacts from charcoal covered rooms in the City of David dating prior to the siege of Jerusalem at the hands of King Nebuchadnezzar over 2,600 years ago.
Archeologists found several jars for storage, as well as charred wood, fish bones, human bones and seeds. Amongst the artifacts found were an Egyptian ivory statue, pottery jars and rosette seal dating to a decade prior to the capture of the Temple by the Babylonians… read more
Monday evening marked the beginning of the Jewish fast of Tisha B’Av, which commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples.
Thousands of Israelis participated in an annual march around the walls of Jerusalem’s Old City, with a special focus on the Temple Mount.
Though it is Judaism’s holiest site, Jews are still not allowed to pray there due to threats of Muslim violence…. read more
Question who will be sitting in this third temple? Anyone know..
2 Thessalonians 2:3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; 4 Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.
The Catholic Church’s response to recent turmoil over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem confirms that the Church is using Islamic replacement theology, in “direct violation of the Torah”, to “promote heresy” and deny the Jewish and Biblical connection to the Mount, said prominent Christian and Jewish voices in a harsh takedown of anti-Israel Christian vitriol.
“These so-called ‘Heads of Churches in Jerusalem’ are false prophets,” Laurie Cardoza-Moore, an influential Evangelical figure in the global pro-Israel Christian movement, told Breaking Israel News in an exclusive interview. “Their words are in direct violation of the Torah, the prophets, the writings and the New Testament.”
Cardoza-Moore, President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations and special envoy to the United Nations, referred to a declaration made last Wednesday by a group of churches under the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem which placed blame for flaring tensions on the Temple Mount solely on Israel… read more