Jerusalem the city of the Great King.

Are the Settlements Illegal?

Are the Settlements Illegal? Most criticism of Israel’s settlements revolves around the idea that the settlements are illegal. But there are several reasons why the settlements cannot be viewed as illegal. For one thing, the famous Balfour Declaration of 1917 said nothing about any part of “Palestine” that could not become part of the Jewish home, which the British government “viewed with favor.” Some point to the Fourth Geneva convention which says that an occupying power cannot transfer some of its own population into the occupied territory. But that rule was specifically aimed at the Nazis who were transferring large populations into concentration camps. The special wording of the article makes it clear that it cannot be applied to Israel today. It refers only to territory that is occupied by a “High Contracting Party”, whatever that is. Moreover, Israeli settlements in the West Bank do not threaten the native population and therefore do not violate the Geneva Convention, as others have pointed out. In addition, these so-called “settlements” have often been the source of help for Palestinians living in the area. When medical help is needed, they go to the Jewish people, to request (and get) help. This is in spite of numerous attacks on these same communities by terrorists. Saving lives is an important part of Jewish culture, and if humanly possible, they never turn away people seeking help. Today no state has laid claim to the West Bank. Jordan annexed it at one time, but later withdrew that annexation and does not claim it today, although they do wish to keep some control over the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock, after investing large sums of money to renovate the latter. There is a biblical mandate for returning to the land, and predictions that the Jewish people will do so. No part of the land is exempted in these predictions. The Trump administration has recently said the settlements “may not be helpful” to peace negotiations, but so far it is just a mild suggestion. President Trump has sent Nicky Haley to the UN as United States ambassador, and she has made a point of declaring that “the days of Israel bashing are over.” God bless her, and all those of like sentiment. “I will give you every place where you set your foot, as I promised Moses… No one will be able to stand up against you all the days of your life” (Joshua 1:3,5).

Churches for Israel

This morning, I read the local news on the Internet. The headlines read, “Boycott Israel” (July 4th, Ha’aretz news). This propaganda is not surprising—we read such daily. There is a twist, however, that is very disconcerting. This time the boycott sponsor isthe Church. The thesis statement read, “U. S. Presbyterian Church Committee votes in favor of Israel divestment resolution.” Can this be?

 Are we quickly forgetting the Genesis chapter 12, verse 3 blessing?

 Here at CFI Ray and Sharon Sanders have spent 27 years assuring the Jewish Community that the Church today is not the same as the one that sent the Crusaders through this Land. We are not identified with Hitler, who called himself a Christian. CFI, along with a few other ministries, has gained the endorsement of the Israeli leadership as a recognized ministry.

 One cannot study eschatology (study of the last days) long without realizing that we are experiencing a time when the sheep and goat nations are being divided. CFI and other ministries are just now seeing the rewards of the plowing and planting that have taken years.

 I watched recently as rabbis and clergy locked arms while thousands marched together down Ben Yehuda Street.

 We are witnessing a union between the Jew and Gentile as referred to in Zechariah 8:23, where the Gentiles are identifying with the Jewish Nation and saying, “We will go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.”

 Here at CFI we want to invite you to become a “Church for Israel.” If you believe God is calling you to bless and identify with Israel, we want to send you free-of-charge 1) a personalized “Church for Israel” certificate that you can display in a public area of your Church. 2) We will provide you with a Proclamation in the form of a scroll that you and your congregation will read aloud 3) an Israeli lapel pin, 4) and a small Israeli flag.

 You will then be in our data base and we will contact you concerning prayer needs, prophetical developments and from time to time we will feature a “Church for Israel” award for outstanding contributions to Israel.

 Please contact me at robbie@cfijerusalem.org

 If you are a Pastor or Leader in your church, I would love to provide you with this Certificate.

 THIS JUST IN: As I was about to finish this message I heard that the Presbyterian Church voted 50/50 with a slight favor to refuse the divestment. So how do the Israelis view that decision? They see it as half the Christians are for us.

 Come on church we can do better than that.

 Email me today for your identifying certificate!

 

Shalom

A new day for Israel at the UN.

A New Day for Israel “It’s a new day for Israel at the UN,” US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley told delegates at the World Jewish Congress Plenary Assembly in New York on Tuesday. In front of a crowd of some 600 Jewish activists and leaders from 90 different countries, Haley emphasized that the US will not remain silent when Israel is attacked at the UN. “Silence is not my thing anyway,” she said, “but that’s especially true when it comes to standing up for America’s friends. And we have no better friend in the Middle East than Israel.”

Last month, Israel announced it would reduce its annual membership payment to the United Nations by $2 million following recent “anti-Israel” votes in the organization’s bodies. Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said the decision was taken following votes critical of Israel at the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council, and condemned the “obsessive discrimination against Israel on the part of the United Nations and its agencies.” Israel is the only country in the world that is the subject of a permanent agenda item at the HRC, a fact that former US ambassador to the UN Samantha Power also took issue with in a speech similar to Haley’s in December 2015. Power blasted the “absurdity” that Israel, “not Syria, which gasses its citizens,” was singled out at the UNHRC.

In her Tuesday speech, Haley urged UN member states to accept the US view that Iran’s influence in the region deserves the attention wrongly directed at Israel. “The truth is that Iran is the world’s number one state sponsor of terrorism. The truth is that Iran is the number one source of instability in the Middle East,” she said. On Monday, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told WJC delegates that he too would stand up against anti-Israel bias at the international organization, vowing to stand “on the front lines in the fight against anti-Semitism.”

Jerusalem December 1917

Jerusalem, December 1917. The atmosphere was electric as General Allenby dismounted his horse in humility, removed his hat in reverence, and entered the walls of the Old City through the Jaffa Gate, which hadn’t been in use for many years. 973 years of Muslim rule were over. Iconic footage shows Jewish people welcoming him as if he was some kind of messiah, and the Land was never the same again. As time went on, Britain’s involvement would not always be so positive, but the story of how this particular moment came about is one of breathtaking wonder.

After other Muslim conquests had come and gone, the Turkish Ottomans conquered and ruled over Jerusalem and what was then Palestine for 400 years exactly – to the day. In the Bible, 400 years seems to be a bit of a byword for slavery and oppression – 400 years of Canaanite sin stored up for wrath, 400 years of slavery in Egypt… and here we have 400 years of Ottoman rule. The building of churches and synagogues was outlawed, church bells were forbidden, non-Muslims (dhimmis) had to pay the jizya tax, but most catastrophically of all, in 1915 the call had gone out to get rid of every Christian in the Empire. The Armenian Genocide included not only Armenians but also Catholics and Greek Orthodox Christians. One and a half million were murdered, and many more suffered horrifically before making their escape. Perhaps God had decided that enough was enough.

The moment foretold and the strategy given in Isaiah 31

As the Turks were allied with Germany in the First World War, the British found themselves fighting against the fading Ottoman Empire in the Middle East. General Allenby was charged with liberating Jerusalem and had expressed concern to his superiors about the magnitude and sensitivity of the task before him. He had been ordered to take the city without firing on the people or the city.[1] How on earth was it to be done? “Pray”, the answer came from above, which perhaps did not seem to be very helpful at the time. But Allenby did pray.

He came across the work of Bible scholar, Dr H. Aldersmith, who had been studying the prophecies regarding Israel. Aldersmith explained in his book from 1898, “Fullness of the Nations,” that he believed Jerusalem would be delivered by Great Britain in 1917.[2] He had become convinced from Isaiah 31:4-5 that the UK would have a part to play in the restoration of Jerusalem, and that it would be accomplished by some kind of flying machine.[3] Aldersmith had arrived at this idea even before the Wright brothers took their first flight in 1903 – air planes had not even been invented, but of course that is precisely what ended up happening. Fourteen years later in 1917 airplanes were used but not commonly, and most people had never seen one. This man’s conviction about Isaiah 31 was Allenby’s inspiration. He would fly planes over Jerusalem, and drop notes written in Arabic saying, “Surrender the city! Allenby”.

There was an Arab saying that, “The Turks will not leave Jerusalem until the river Nile flows in Palestine and the prophet expels them from the city”.

Remarkably enough, events conspired to bring these two highly unlikely things to pass. British troops were stationed in Egypt in the years leading up to these events, and Lieutenant General Sir Archibald Murray gained authorisation to build a pipeline to pump fresh Nile water and a railway to supply their troops. By 1917, the water had arrived, along with the troops, in Palestine. The River Nile was, bizarrely, flowing in Palestine.

Secondly Allenby’s airdropped note when written in Arabic looks like: “Surrender the city! Al Nabi”, which means “The Prophet”[4]. Many of the Turks left at that time, after the mysterious flying objects sent messages from “Al Nabi”. From the evening of December 8, 1917 and all through the night, Turkish troops were leaving Jerusalem. By early the following morning all had gone, and the Mayor of Jerusalem and with small party, under a white flag, came to surrender the keys of the city to the British commander. The formal surrender was accepted by General O’Shea, on behalf of the Commander-in-Chief, who himself took the official ceremonial surrender two days later. Jerusalem was delivered and not a shot was fired.

General Allenby officially accepted the surrender at David’s Tower by the Jaffa Gate, and a proclamation was read in seven languages, telling the people they could go quietly and undisturbed about their ordinary business, and all their holy places would be respected.

Pay careful attention to this date…

So the evening of December 8th through to the day of December 9th was a critical and historical time. In the Jewish calendar, from sunset December 8th through to sunset December 9th that year fell on the 24th of the Jewish month of Kislev. What is so special about the 24th Kislev?

To find the answer, we need to go back many hundreds of years to the prophet Haggai. Kislev is the ninth month of the Jewish calendar, and if we read the second chapter of Haggai, a prophet who was ministering during the building of the second temple, we notice that he highlights that very date three times.

HAGGAI IS RECEIVING THE WORD FROM THE LORD ON THAT DATE, 24TH KISLEV, AND TELLS US TO “CONSIDER” THAT DATE, OR TO PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION TO IT IN VERSE 10, 18 AND AGAIN IN VERSE 20.

The context of the chapter is mainly surrounding the issue of the temple, of holiness and defilement, and of blessing for his people. God reminds us of his power over all the nations, and his total sovereignty. He can shake the nations whenever he chooses. He promises blessing for the people of Israel and draws our attention quite pointedly to that particular date – the 24th Kislev. “But from this day on”, writes Haggai, “I will bless you”.

Some believe that the Feast of Dedication, Hanukkah, has its roots in this chapter, since surrounds the issue of rededicating the temple. Perhaps this date was significant to the Jewish people even before the Maccabees overthrew the Greeks and turfed out their idols from the temple in 167 BCE? Either way, the idea of removing that which is against the God of Israel from his holy place resonates throughout the ages at this very time in the Jewish calendar. Is it a coincidence that Allenby walked through that gate on 24th Kislev, at Hanukkah – the Feast of Dedication, signalling the end of Muslim rule over Jerusalem?

Moreover, even further back than Haggai, Daniel 12:12 also prophesied that there would be blessing for Jerusalem after “1335 days”. As one of the British officers was amazed to realise, the Islamic year in 1917 was 1335, since the Muslim calendar started in 622 [see note 2]. Keen observers of prophecy such as Dr H. Aldersmith had already put the pieces together, and were expecting redemption and blessing for Jerusalem in 1917. By December 8th the Islamic year had just changed to 1336. The 1335 years were up. “Blessed is he”, writes Daniel, “who waits and arrives at the 1,335 days”.

After 1335 years of Islam, the city of Jerusalem was delivered by the British using airplanes that “hovered like birds” on 24th Kislev, 1917. And remarkably, in the standard English Book of Prayer for that day, December 8, the reading just happened to be Isaiah 31.

 

Truth is Truth

Inscribed on the pages of Sacred Scripture is accuracy to the highest degree, and infallibility, that brings total assurance to seekers of absolute truth. To point mankind to God’s Word, is to lead the human race into universal enlightenment, in the midst of a global attempt by mortals to extinguish the light of God’s message to men and women, of every race, tribe, culture and lineage. Yeshua’s

(Jesus’) first admonition to His followers, when they challenged Him to give them insight as to the indicators of His Second Coming, without hesitation, He emphasized a strong distinguishing mark of the end times: deception. (Psalm 101:7). The act of hiding the truth, especially for someone’s advantage, is a hallmark of today’s world. Sadly to say, the misleading information we all are sometimes fed in world media is shocking, if not unnerving. The cheating that goes on in normal every day business, the underhandedness, dishonesty and fraud – among many other visible and decidedly dishonest practices put forth in technology, television, radio, and every other modern mode of communication – is shameful.

 Because deception is running rampant, I believe we need men and women of stalwart faith from our Judeo-Christian communities to rise up, even if they are in a minority, to help get the facts straight. “A lie doesn’t become truth, wrong doesn’t become right and evil doesn’t become good, just because it is accepted by a majority.”(R. Warren).

 Multitudes in the world are being fooled because they believe lies. Spiritual leaders are also being beguiled because they refuse to assume responsibility for what is true. Too many spiritual leaders are not aware of half truths. If someone gets hold of the wrong half, they have a problem clearly seeing fact and reality. We, as believers in Jesus the Messiah, have a dilemma. Should we sacrifice truth on the altar of popularity or should we shoulder the duty to deal with accountability in our churches, basing our stand upon the absolute truth of Scripture? Thomas Aquinas said, “As a matter of honor, one man owes it to another to manifest the truth.” Therefore, even though some may stubbornly refuse to be taught, we have a mandate to stand for the truth in this day and age. Some of us are going to be called to speak up. It will take discernment and courage to do so. It is not a time for the fainthearted, but the time for brave followers of our Lord, to stand tall and strong...firmly rooted in God’s Word!

 Hitler once said, “make the lie big. Make it simple. Keep saying it. And eventually they will believe it.” This means that beliefs can be manipulated. This is something we do not wish to happen to us. There is a wide range of incorrect “facts” out there, blatant lies, and the printing of incorrect information. Truth is bulldozed and buried in the ground by some reporting, while the media’s dirty laundry list of fabrications and half-truths hangs on the line for all to see. First and foremost on the hit list of media incorrectness is Israel. Israel, a candle in the world arena of nations, is a light that the world wants extinguished, and is doing all it can to delegitimize it, and along with it, to deny the truth of Scripture. Not only do many nations deny Israel the right to exist--attempting to disconnect it from its ancient history and kingdom--but various religions are seeking to erase historical facts and rewrite history, coming against God’s Word. In spiritual terms it looks like satan is deceiving the world. We, as followers of Jesus, must be ever alert to unmask and expose his strategies.

 In an article entitled, “Truth is Fallen in the Street” by Dr. Jack Hyles, he stated a perceptive observation when he said, “There will never be a virile Christianity, there will never be a Christianity or a church that will affect and influence society, until the church comes back and says, ‘This, ladies and gentlemen, is truth! As long as the Bible may or may not be so, justice will not pass, judgment will have to go back, and equity will not be able to pass in the street, until we come back to saying truth is truth and this is true!’” Truth needs to be proclaimed and declared. He goes on to say, “Where is the truth? The Bible is the truth. Every word of it is true. When this truth falls in the street, we lose our way and man dies without God. When this truth is picked up off the street and held and preached for right, man can find the way through Jesus Christ to life and life eternal.”

 By Sharon Sanders

 

 

UK Won’t Apologize for Balfour Declaration

PA chairman Abbas has threatened to sue the British government unless they apologize for the Balfour Declaration and promise to recognize a Palestinian state. In response, the British Foreign Office has issued a reply: “The Balfour Declaration is an historic statement for which Her Majesty’s Government has no regrets. We are proud of our role in creating the State of Israel.” The office further said that it does not plan to apologize for issuing the Balfour Declaration, as the 100th anniversary of the document, which helped pave the way for the establishment of the State of Israel, nears. The Balfour Declaration was a letter sent by then-British foreign secretary Arthur James Balfour to a leader in the British Jewish community, in which Balfour said the British government views “with favor the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.” The document also says that the British government “will use [its] best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object.” Palestine [as it was then known] was under British rule when Balfour made the policy statement. While the Foreign Office said that it does not intend to apologize for issuing the declaration, it added in its statement that the document “should have called for the protection of political rights of the non-Jewish communities in Palestine, particularly their right to self-determination.” The Balfour Declaration states “that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine,” while making no mention of national rights of non-Jews. Manuel Hassassian, the Palestinian Authority ambassador to the UK, said on Tuesday that unless Britain apologized, canceled planned celebrations and recognized a Palestinian state, the Palestinians would go ahead with plans for a lawsuit against the British government for issuing the Balfour Declaration. “This is the only condition upon which we can close this file permanently,” Hassassian said. Palestinians have long condemned the document as a promise by Britain to hand over land that it did not own. Abbas called the Balfour Declaration “sinister” at the Arab Summit in Jordan in late March. It is this writer’s opinion that the attempt to dishonor the long-established document, and what it stand for is what could be considered “sinister.”

Is your lamp burning?

View Israel, where is our lamp for God's people?

https://youtu.be/dV4NGgjRaVI

THey will return to the Land says the Lord

https://youtu.be/gZ3eP5lVV3I

New day for Israel

“It’s a new day for Israel at the UN,” US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley told delegates at the World Jewish Congress Plenary Assembly in New York on Tuesday. In front of a crowd of some 600 Jewish activists and leaders from 90 different countries, Haley emphasized that the US will not remain silent when Israel is attacked at the UN. “Silence is not my thing anyway,” she said, “but that’s especially true when it comes to standing up for America’s friends. And we have no better friend in the Middle East than Israel.” Last month, Israel announced it would reduce its annual membership payment to the United Nations by $2 million following recent “anti-Israel” votes in the organization’s bodies. Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said the decision was taken following votes critical of Israel at the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council, and condemned the “obsessive discrimination against Israel on the part of the United Nations and its agencies.” Israel is the only country in the world that is the subject of a permanent agenda item at the HRC, a fact that former US ambassador to the UN Samantha Power also took issue with in a speech similar to Haley’s in December 2015. Power blasted the “absurdity” that Israel, “not Syria, which gasses its citizens,” was singled out at the UNHRC. In her Tuesday speech, Haley urged UN member states to accept the US view that Iran’s influence in the region deserves the attention wrongly directed at Israel. “The truth is that Iran is the world’s number one state sponsor of terrorism. The truth is that Iran is the number one source of instability in the Middle East,” she said. On Monday, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told WJC delegates that he too would stand up against anti-Israel bias at the international organization, vowing to stand “on the front lines in the fight against anti-Semitism.” 

Thoughts of a Israeli Solders

Holocaust memorial

Front Page Jerusalem Swamp of Anti-Semitism

Audio Talk on Israel - Gore NZ

Prime Minister Bill English

Parliament Buildings

Wellington.

 2/1/17

 Dear Prime Minister,

 I am writing to you in regards to the New Zealand sponsored UN 2334 resolution. First we believe we now know why Mr. Key resigned and went so quickly. He obviously did not agree with NZ sponsoring this deal and when the caucus said it would. Mr. Key rather than be seen as the one going against his own people, he resigned. That aside we cannot believe New Zealand would sponsor such a resolution on at least three fronts. The first is America is one of our closest allies and with a change in the administration coming in the new year why would we go against what the new administration stands for, total support for their Ally Israel. Where does that leave us in closer economic ties with this market? All the work of Mr. Key and others, who have worked tirelessly with this market, could have been put back years.

 The second point is I believe that there are meat deals coming up with the Middle East. So was this deal done to appease the Arabs and also may be Terrorists? Is it not better to keep on side with our historical allies rather than chase after markets that make no difference to the terrorists who still see us as infidels?

 Lastly, as a Christian you should know the scriptures and what has occurred to the Jewish people over the centuries at the hands of the Christians. Under previous National and Labour governments we were known as an anti-Semitic country on the streets of Jerusalem. All that has changed over recent years with New Zealand working closely with the Israel Government to improve our working relationships. Now, with a stroke of a pen and a voice of, ‘we know what you should do’ all that could have been destroyed. As a Christian you should know where the Messiah is going to return to, yes the Mount of Olives from where He left. The Question is, where is the Mount of Olives situated? It is in Judea the very area that New Zealand has stated does belong to Israel. The Mount of Olives, the very place where the King of kings will return to and we have just said no Jews should be there to welcome their King. 

 Before the Lord came the first time the world tried to prevent His coming to the people in the time of the Maccabees and we can be thankful they failed. Now two thousand years later the world, lead by New Zealand, is trying to prevent the Messiah’s return to the City of the Great King.  When we read our Bible there was no east or west Jerusalem, this came about in 1948 and finished in 1967. This is an area that has no standing in the UN law of 1950 under the Jordan annexation. Now this organisation is being used to expel the Jewish people from their land.  

 As Christians we should know the scriptures, especially Matthew 25 where the Lord Himself said; “Whatever you do for the least of my (Jewish) Brothers you have done for me.” and Genesis 12:3. Where talking to Abraham and those to follow him, it states; “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you.” The question is this, by leading this UN resolution, which of the two statements in this verse do we now as a country, come under?

 Regards  

 Pastor Dennis McLeod 

Front Page Jerusalem Radio

It is just this video that shows the history that I am loading not the other videos that may pop up.

 

https://youtu.be/BHsqVB9nxFY

Letter to the Prime Minister of New Zealand

This morning I received a message from a dear friend in Australia concerning the up coming meeting in Paris on the 15th of this month. Seventy nations are gathering to decide the fate of Israel just like the Bible said it would happen. In the book of Genesis 10 it tells of the seventy descendants of Noah who created the seventy primary countries of the world. In Zechariah 12 we are told how all the countries of the world will carve up Israel. As the theme of the flood and Noah has been mentioned let us go to the prayer room and pray that the next step will take place, the Tower of Babel. When God confused their speech and they were scattered throughout the world. Let us once more pray that their speech will be confused and no agreement will take place. And once more they will be scattered throughout the world.

Plus

I would ask that this prayer be circulated to your friends.

Prayer for Israel.

In the time of Esther, Haman had the King write an edict that called for the destruction of the Jewish people. God had Esther go before the king and have him write another edict. An edict that countered the first and allowed the Jewish people to rise up to protect themselves against the evils that was plotted against them. Today history is being repeated and once more the world is calling for the destruction of your people Lord. Lord we pray that something can be done to counter this latest edict against your people. We pray an edict can be written to counter the one now passed by the UN that will allow Israel to once more be free in their own land, both in Samaria and Judea.

This we ask in the mighty name of Yeshua/Jesus The Messiah.

Israel to whom it belongs

Dear Prime Minister,

 I am writing to you in regards to the New Zealand sponsored UN 2334 resolution. First we believe we now know why Mr. Key resigned and went so quickly. He obviously did not agree with NZ sponsoring this deal and when the caucus said it would. Mr. Key rather than be seen as the one going against his own people, he resigned. That aside we cannot believe New Zealand would sponsor such a resolution on at least three fronts. The first is America is one of our closest allies and with a change in the administration coming in the new year why would we go against what the new administration stands for, total support for their Ally Israel. Where does that leave us in closer economic ties with this market? All the work of Mr. Key and others, who have worked tirelessly with this market, could have been put back years.

 The second point is I believe that there are meat deals coming up with the Middle East. So was this deal done to appease the Arabs and also may be Terrorists? Is it not better to keep on side with our historical allies rather than chase after markets that make no difference to the terrorists who still see us as infidels?

 Lastly, as a Christian you should know the scriptures and what has occurred to the Jewish people over the centuries at the hands of the Christians. Under previous National and Labour governments we were known as an anti-Semitic country on the streets of Jerusalem. All that has changed over recent years with New Zealand working closely with the Israel Government to improve our working relationships. Now, with a stroke of a pen and a voice of, ‘we know what you should do’ all that could have been destroyed. As a Christian you should know where the Messiah is going to return to, yes the Mount of Olives from where He left. The Question is, where is the Mount of Olives situated? It is in Judea the very area that New Zealand has stated does belong to Israel. The Mount of Olives, the very place where the King of kings will return to and we have just said no Jews should be there to welcome their King. 

 Before the Lord came the first time the world tried to prevent His coming to the people in the time of the Maccabees and we can be thankful they failed. Now two thousand years later the world, lead by New Zealand, is trying to prevent the Messiah’s return to the City of the Great King.  When we read our Bible there was no east or west Jerusalem, this came about in 1948 and finished in 1967. This is an area that has no standing in the UN law of 1950 under the Jordan annexation. Now this area is being used to expel the Jewish people from their land.  

 As Christians we should know the scriptures, especially Matthew 25 where the Lord Himself said; “Whatever you do for the least of my (Jewish) Brothers you have done for me.” and Genesis 12:3. Where talking to Abraham and those to follow him, it states; “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you.” The question is this, by leading this UN resolution, which of the two statements in this verse do we now as a country, come under?

Open letter to Mr. English, Prime Minister of New Zealand

I would ask that this prayer be circulated to your friends.

Prayer for Israel.

In the time of Esther, Haman had the King write an edict that called for the destruction of the Jewish people. God had Esther go before the king and have him write another edict. An edict that countered the first and allowed the Jewish people to rise up to protect themselves against the evils that was plotted against them. Today history is being repeated and once more the world is calling for the destruction of your people Lord. Lord we pray that something can be done to counter this latest edict against your people. We pray an edict can be written to counter the one now passed by the UN that will allow Israel to once more be free in their own land, both in Samaria and Judea.

This we ask in the mighty name of Yeshua/Jesus The Messiah.