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Chuck Pierce: See the Unlocking and Shaking in the Next Three Years.


Chuck Pierce

Hear the clock ticking, for the Lord says I have now catapulted you into the three years ahead.  And this day the dearest of My Months I say to You I am moving you against gates that have never been moved before.  And I am causing those gates that have withstood you in the past to have to come loose so they open in days ahead!  I say to you move strategically day by day and month by month until the gate that has held back yourblessing opens up.

For I say in the 3rd year the War of the Kingdoms will begin and kingdom will rise against kingdom.  But I say I have a Kingdom now I’m preparing and I will remember this Kingdom and the seed and the seed’s seed of this Kingdom.  So I say to you know this I have a Kingdom that will triumph.

For I am beginning a highway out of Egypt but I’ll redo the highway that you’re on.  And I say now, the demons that have been trafficking and even creating trafficking throughout the earth, I Am going to unnest their headquarters.

And I’ll surprise you with the leaders of this Nation, for I have ways to cause them to bow their knees, and you think they’re going one way but you watch Me knock the feet out from under them.  And you watch them see Me in a way they’ve never seen Me before!

You’ll hear of shakings from North to West!  You’ll hear that I have come from Alaska to Maine to shake but it will be the center of this Nation that I now shake saith the Lord.  And I will cause that which has been hidden and controlling the forces of this land to shake down!

For I say to you make favor with those that even have come into places and you say, but they have evil character. I can cause every Pharaoh in this land and the lands that you’re a part of to favor you in days ahead!

And even today I call you My Army that is unstoppable. But even as in the natural there have been swarms that have crossed the Atlantic that have shown up in the most unusual places.  I call you My Kingdom Swarm and you shall invade the kingdoms of the earth and you shall extract that which is needed and you will bring it into My Kingdom says the Lord.

And that which the enemy meant to destroy through trafficking I will raise them up as an unstoppable army in the days ahead for that generation will be My Generation says the Lord!

So I say shout that the kingdoms of this earth are becoming My Kingdoms saith the Lord. And decree that the prisoners will be let go and they will come back to My House and this is a season My Altar will be filled!

A new baptism I’ll give you and I say to you My very Finger I will place in My People’s keeping.  And I say when you point your finger demons will flee!

And I say I’m going to open your eyes to those around you and you’re going to say they’re of a different kingdom. And I will say to you they are Mine bring them in now!

And in this year of honey I will cause a new hunger to arise throughout the lands for My Word saith the Lord.  And where you have known My Word in the past you will taste and see My Word in a different way!

Charles D. “Chuck” Pierce serves as president of Global Spheres Inc. in Corinth, Texas, an apostolic, prophetic ministry that is being used to gather and mobilize the worshipping triumphant reserve throughout the world. He also serves as president of Glory of Zion International Ministries, a ministry that aligns Jew and Gentile. He is known for his accurate prophetic gifting that helps direct nations, cities, churches and individuals in understanding the times and seasons in which we live. 

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3 Proofs Christmas Is a Jewish Story.


 

Nativity scene
Messiah‘s Mandate’s Ron Cantor says the Christmas story is really a Jewish story.

Luke gives us a beautiful glimpse of the entrance of the God-man, Yeshua, into earthly life. It was a glorious moment, no matter when it took place:

“And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger’” (Luke 2:8-12, NIV).

Every now and then I come across a passage and I think to myself, “Oh, how I wish I was there!” Acts 2, the road to Emmaus, the Exodus and this one. Jewish shepherds are watching over their sheep at night when suddenly an angel appears to them, announcing the birth of the Messiah.

But notice the angel’s words. This is a Jewish story.

1. He says this will “cause great joy for all the people.” What people? The people of Israel, of course. And we see this great joy manifested in Jerusalem in Acts 2, when the Holy Spirit is poured out, and we will see it again in the end-time revival that is sure to touch Israel (Rom. 11:26).

2. He says the baby has been born not in Rome nor in Antioch but in Bethlehem, presently a PLO-controlled city next to Jerusalem (as an Israeli, I can’t even visit the city if I wanted to) but once a completely Jewish town, home to the young shepherd David. David was a type of the Messiah, and the prophets foretold that while the Messiah would minister in Galilee (Is. 9:1-2), He would be born in the Bethlehem:

“But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you are small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who will be ruler over Israel, whose origins are from of old, from ancient times” (Mic. 5:2).

3. Next, the angel does not announce the coming of a new religion called Christianity that will one day be based in Rome but simply says that the One the Hebrew prophets spoke of has come, the Messiah. For Jews, to believe in this prophesied Messiah certainly did not mean changing religions. In fact, when Gentiles began to believe in the Jewish Messiah, the Jews’ first reaction was, “OK, let’s get you guys circumcised and converted to Judaism.” They did not understand that Gentiles could come to the Jewish Messiah without first becoming a convert to Judaism. It was a revelation to Simon Peter in Acts 10 that ultimately became doctrine in Acts 15. Now, as the one new man (Eph. 2:15) made up of Jew and Gentile, together we worship the Messiah of Israel.

Yes, Christmas, or Messiahmas, is a Jewish story indeed.

Source: CHARISMA MAGAZINE/ STANDING WITH ISRAEL.

Ron Cantor is the director of Messiah’s Mandate International in Israel, a Messianic ministry dedicated to taking the message of Jesus from Israel to the ends of the earth (Acts 1:8). Cantor also travels internationally teaching on the Jewish roots of the New Testament. He serves on the pastoral team of Tiferet Yeshua, a Hebrew-speaking congregation in Tel Aviv. His newest book, Identity Theft, was released April 16. Follow him at @RonSCantor on Twitter.

For the original article, visit messiahsmandate.org.

8 Reasons the Apostle Paul Would Want Churches to be Multiethnic.


What does your church look like culturally?

What does your church look like culturally? (Lightstock)

The apostle Paul did not go into a Greco-Roman city and plant a church for the Jews and then a church for Gentiles (non-Jews), because that would have been out of step with the gospel he loved, lived and proclaimed (Gal. 2:11-21).

Paul relentlessly believed the power of the gospel could create a new kind of humanity that was an altogether new ethnic group called the church. The church would be a community where racism, classism and sexism would be defeated by gospel love (Gal. 3:24-28).

The apostle Paul was so committed to the glory of God through the local church that eventually He was imprisoned and killed for planting Jewish and Gentile (multiethnic) churches throughout the Greco-Roman world.

“And he said to me, ‘Go, for I will send you far away to the Gentiles.’ Up to this word they listened to him. Then they raised their voices and said, ‘Away with such a fellow from the earth! For he should not be allowed to live’” (Acts 22:21-22, ESV).

The following are eight reasons why Paul would want local churches to be multiethnic whenever possible:

Soteriological (Doctrine of Salvation)

  • “For he himself is our peace, who has made us both one and has broken down in his flesh the dividing wall of hostility by abolishing the law of commandments expressed in ordinances, that he might create in himself one new man in place of the two, so making peace, and might reconcile us both to God in one body through the cross, thereby killing the hostility” (Eph. 2:14-16).
  • According to Ephesians 2, in Christ, Jewish and Gentile (African, Asian, Arab, Greek, etc.) congregations in Ephesus were “one new man” (v. 15), reconciled to God and each other. This new humanity was birthed through the cross (v. 16). In addition, they were members of God’s household (v. 19), God’s temple (v. 21) and God’s dwelling place (v. 22).

Christological and Missiological

  • “For this reason I, Paul, a prisoner for Christ Jesus on behalf of you Gentiles—assuming that you have heard of the stewardship of God’s grace that was given to me for you, how the mystery was made known to me by revelation, as I have written briefly. When you read this, you can perceive my insight into the mystery of Christ, which was not made known to the sons of men in other generations as it has now been revealed to his holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit. This mystery is that the Gentiles are fellow heirs, members of the same body, and partakers of the promise in Christ Jesus through the gospel” (Eph. 3:1-6).
  • The apostle Paul was on mission to reach Jews and Gentiles and incorporate them into one local body because the gospel demanded it.

Gospel

  • “Of this gospel I was made a minister according to the gift of God’s grace, which was given me by the working of his power. To me, though I am the very least of all the saints, this grace was given, to preach to the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ,  and to bring to light for everyone what is the plan of the mystery hidden for ages in God who created all things” (Eph. 3:7-9).
  • Apparently, the apostle Paul believed the gospel of God’s grace not only caused people to love Jesus, but to also love each other in such away they formed “one new man,” in spite of the first-century Greco-Roman culture that said they should hate each other.

Theological and Eccesiological (Doctrine of the Church)

  • “So that through the church the manifold wisdom of God might now be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly places. This was according to the eternal purpose that he has realized in Christ Jesus our Lord, in whom we have boldness and access with confidence through our faith in him” (Eph. 3:10-12).
  • As the ethnically multicolored congregations in Ephesus read Paul’s letter, they learned the church is composed of a variety of colored people (manifold). And this unifying display alerted the rulers and authorities that is the angelic and demonic world that Jesus had indeed won.
  • Peter T. O’Brien, in his commentary on the letter to the Ephesians, says, “In our present context, however, this variegated wisdom has particular reference to God’s richly diverse ways of working which led to a multiracial, multicultural community being united as fellow-members in the body of Christ.”

Sacrificial

  • “So I ask you not to lose heart over what I am suffering for you, which is your glory” (Eph. 3:13).
  • The apostle Paul suffered greatly to see God’s new society, comprised of multiethnic, socio-economically diverse people formed on Planet Earth.
  • “From now on let no one cause me trouble, for I bear on my body the marks of Jesus.” (Gal. 6:17).
  • I personally have suffered greatly, planting and leading a multiethnic church. It’s hard work. But it’s gospel.

Eschatological (Ultimate Destiny of the Church)

“And they sang a new song, saying,

“’Worthy are you to take the scroll
and to open its seals,
for you were slain, and by your blood you ransomed people for God
from every tribe and language and people and nation,
and you have made them a kingdom and priests to our God,
and they shall reign on the earth.’

“Then I looked, and I heard around the throne and the living creatures and the elders the voice of many angels, numbering myriads of myriads and thousands of thousands, saying with a loud voice,

“’Worthy is the Lamb who was slain,
to receive power and wealth and wisdom and might
and honor and glory and blessing’” (Rev. 5:9-12).

The eternal church will be multiethnic. There will be no white church, black church, Latino church or Asian church. There will only be Jesus’ multiethnic church. If this is the future, let’s pray for it today.

Derwin L. Gray is the founding and lead pastor of Transformation Church, a multiethnic, multigenerational, mission-shaped community that loves God completely (Upward), themselves correctly (Inward) and their neighbors compassionately (Outward) in Indian Land, S.C., just south of Charlotte, N.C. Transformation Church was recently recognized as one of the fastest-growing churches in America for 2010 by Outreach Magazine.

For the original article, visit pastors.com.

Written by Derwin Gray

God’s View of a Woman.


women of different races
(© zdenka iStockPhoto.com)

Editor’s Note: What follows is the transcript of a spoken message Frank Viola delivered to a church in Chile. Keep in mind that the Chilean culture tends to have a very low view of women.

After tonight’s message, if this recording gets out of this room and someone hears it in your country, I will be declared a heretic. I may even be in danger of my life.

Further, after tonight’s message, some of the men in this room may not want me to come back. Thewomen, however, will want me to move here!

Note the following passages:

“And the women also, which came with Him from Galilee, followed after, and beheld the tomb, and how His body was laid” (Luke 23:55, KJV, emphasis added).

“These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with His brethren” (Acts 1:14, emphasis added).

Let’s take a trip back to ancient Israel and look at how women were viewed before Jesus came. Generally speaking, the Jews had a dim view of women. Jewish women were not allowed to receive an education. Hence, they were largely uneducated. Their only training was in how to raise children and keep house.

Women were also largely excluded from worshipping God. In Herod’s temple, there was a special court that stood on the very outside. It was called the Court of the Gentiles. The Gentiles could go into that court, but they were limited to that area alone.

Five steps above the Gentiles court was the women’s court. The women were limited to that one area. Fifteen steps above that was the Jewish men’s court. Thus men were given far more privileges to worship God than were women.

A woman had no voice in her marriage. Her father decided whom she would marry, when she would marry and why she would marry. A woman couldn’t divorce her husband under any condition. Only a man could initiate a divorce.

Jewish women were to be seen as little as possible in public. In fact, young men were warned about talking to women in public—so much so that it was a shame in ancient Israel for a man to talk to a woman in public. Consequently, most women stayed out of the streets.

Women were regarded as inferior to men. They were regarded as property, just like cattle and slaves. Jewish males prayed a daily prayer of thanksgiving. This prayer shows how poorly the Jews looked upon women. It goes like this:

Praise be to God. He has not created me a Gentile.

Praise be to God. He has not created me a woman.

Praise be to God. He has not created me an ignorant man.

This was man’s view of a woman in first-century Israel. It was not much better in other cultures. In fact, ever since the Fall of humanity, women have been regarded as second-class citizens—inferior to men. But something happened that changed all that.

Jesus came.

In Jesus Christ we find God’s view of a woman. Not man’s view. Not the American view. Not the European view. Not the Asian view. Not the African view. Not the South American view. Not even the Chilean view. But God’s view.

Jesus Christ is God made flesh. As such, He embodies all of God’s opinions. In His earthly life, Jesus was the visible expression of God Himself. By His actions and His words, we discover God’s view of a woman. And that view was utterly contrary to the prevailing view of His day.

Consider this. When God decided to make His entrance upon this planet, He visited a woman. He chose a woman to bring forth the eternal Son, the Messiah—the Anointed One for whom Israel had waited thousands of years.

The life of God was first placed in the womb of a woman before it got to you and to me. And God was not ashamed.

Sisters in Christ, this is your Lord’s view of a woman. Take your high place.

But that’s not all. As Jesus ministered, He ripped down all social conventions that were pitted against women. On one occasion, He rose to the defense of a woman caught in adultery. He became her attorney and saved her life. And God was not ashamed.

Jesus was noted for palling around with sinners. He supped with prostitutes and tax collectors. We are told in John 4 that He met a woman, and He did something that shocked the disciples: He talked to her in public. And He was not ashamed.

Not only was she a woman, but she was a divorcee. But not only was she a divorcee, she was actively living in immorality. Yet not only was she a woman, a divorcee, an adulteress living in sin, she was worse than a Gentile. She was a Samaritan—a half-breed. (A Samaritan was a person with whom Jews were never to talk.)

Your Lord talked to this divorced, adulterous, Samaritan woman in public, and He forgave her of her sins. And He was not ashamed.

Sisters, take your high place. This is God’s view of a woman.

But that’s not all. Jesus Christ had a custom of using women in His parables and making them heroes. He talked about the woman who searched and found her lost coin.

He spoke of the woman who was unrelenting in the presence of the unjust judge who honored her for her persistence. He spoke of the widow who dropped all the money she had into the temple treasury and praised her for doing so. And He was not ashamed.

Source: CHARISMA MAGAZINE/ SPIRITLED WOMAN.

Mercy and Praise.


Oh, the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments and His ways past finding out!
Romans 11:33

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Psalm 136http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Psalm%20136&version=NKJV )

One of the most beautiful doxologies in Scripture comes from the apostle Paul in Romans 11:33-36. Leaving Paul’s doxology in context begs the question, What caused Paul to burst out in these words of glory to God at this point in his letter?

Listen to Today’s Radio Message ( http://www.davidjeremiah.org/site/radio.aspx?tid=email_listenedevo )

The doxology begins in verse 33. Looking back at verses 30-32 which precede the doxology, we find one dominant theme: the mercy of God. Paul mentions mercy four times in verses 30-32. In Romans 11 Paul is talking about how the wild branches of the Gentiles have been grafted into the root stock of Israel. And in verse 30 he says that all who receive mercy from God do so in spite of their disobedience, Jews and Gentiles alike. And God is committed to such mercy because “the gifts and calling of God are irrevocable” (verse 29).

God’s promises are made on the basis of His character, not on the basis of our worthiness. God’s mercy is always a good reason to offer praise and worship to Him.

Who shall the LORD’s elect condemn? ‘Tis God that justifies their souls, and mercy like a mighty stream O’er all their sins divinely rolls.
Isaac Watts

Read-Thru-the-Bible
Romans 11-14

By David Jeremiah.

The brightest Light shines in Jerusalem.


A SPECIAL MESSAGE
From Mike Evans the founder of the Jerusalem Prayer Team

I pray that you and those you love will enjoy a wonderful Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this week.  Each night of Hanukkah, a new candle is lit until the entire lampstand is filled with glowing lights. But there is another light that must continue to shine as well.

God promised to make Israel a “light to the nations” (Isaiah 49:6). And Jesus said that His children were to be “the light of the world” (Matthew 5:14). During this wonderful holiday season, we have a unique opportunity to show that light to the poor, hungry, and hurting Jewish people of Israel. While others around them are enjoying feasting together and joyful celebration, they are suffering alone.

Many thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors have never received an act of love and compassion from a Christian. Many thousands of hungry Jewish children wonder if anyone cares about them. Today, you and I can change that! We can shine the light of God’s love to these precious people during the Festival of Lights and throughout the year.

“Light is sown like seed for the righteous and gladness for the upright in heart” (Psalm 97:11).

This year, Hanukkah actually starts before Thanksgiving.  The first night of Hanukkah begins at sundown on the 27th of November, and Thanksgiving is on the 28th.  The last time this happened was in 1888, before the date for Thanksgiving was changed to where we observe it now.  And it won’t happen again for 77,000 years!

During Hanukkah, I will be returning to Israel again as your Ambassador.  In addition to meeting with the leaders of Israel and working on the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center, we will be hosting a special Jerusalem Hanukkah party for Holocaust survivors.  I have also received an urgent request for us to increase our efforts to help and touch the lives of Holocaust survivors in great need.  This is an amazing open door God has set before us.

Would you celebrate Hanukkah with a prophetic Holy Spirit-led gift today? Jesus celebrated Hanukkah. “And it was at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication, and it was winter.  And Jesus walked in the temple in Solomon’s porch” (John 10:22-23).  Will you do the same right now?

Even as we host our Hanukkah party for Holocaust survivors and work to meet their ongoing needs, we cannot delay our work on the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center.  This vital witness of Christian love to the entire nation of Israel will only become a reality if we work and give today.  And remember that your gift today will be doubled through the matching gift offer.

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With your gift of any amount, we will send you our beautiful 2014 Jerusalem Prayer Team Calendar.  This fourteen-month calendar is filled with amazing scenes from Israel and Scripture verses to encourage your prayers throughout the year.

With your gift of $40 or more, we will send you the calendar and an ornate mezuzah.  Since ancient times the Jewish people have placed mezuzahs with verses from Deuteronomy by the doors of their homes.  When they passed it, they would touch it and kiss their fingertips as a sign of respect for the Word of God.  This mezuzah has the Hebrew letter “shin” inscribed on it–the first letter of Shaddai–Almighty God.  We placed a mezuzah like this one inside the Jerusalem World Center when we dedicated it.  It’s a great prayer reminder and expression of your faith in the promises of God.

When you send your gift of $100 or more, we will send you the calendar and the Jerusalem World Center Study Bible.  This beautifully bound Bible is filled with helps and notes and is prepared especially for our friends and partners who make this outreach to God’s Chosen People a reality day after day.

If you are able to send a gift of $250 or more, we will send the calendar and a stunning Torah Scroll.  In addition, your name or the name of someone you wish to honor will be placed on a special Scroll of Honor in the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center.

Perhaps you would like to do even more.  If you are able to send a gift of $1,000 or more, we will send you the calendar and a massive collection of 12 of our most popular and requested books and resources, including several of my newest, best-selling titles.  We will also place your name or the name of someone special you wish to honor or remember in the Hall of Righteous Gentiles in the Jerusalem World Center.

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Your support of the Jerusalem Prayer Team today allows us to continue our work on the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center, to stand up and speak out for Israel, and to meet urgent humanitarian needs among the poor Jewish people living in Israel.  Thank you so much for being part of this vital worldwide prayer movement.

Your Ambassador to Jerusalem,

Dr. Michael Evans

This will never happen again in our lifetimes–we must not miss it.


Thanksgiving is a very special time of year for Carolyn and me.  We are preparing to celebrate our wedding anniversary and looking forward to spending time with our kids and grandkids.  Truly, God has been so good to us, and there is much for which we will give thanks–and I am sure that the same is true for you.

But recently, I found out something very, very unusual about Thanksgiving this year…and I believe it is something that God has ordained “for such a time as this.”

This year, Hanukkah actually starts before Thanksgiving! The first night of Hanukkah begins at sundown on the 27th of November, and Thanksgiving is on the 28th.  The last time this happened was in 1888, before the observance of Thanksgiving was changed to where it is now on the calendar.  And it won’t happen again for more than 77,000 years!

Because the Jewish calendar doesn’t line up with the Western one that we use, the dates of Hanukkah shift every year.  But this is something almost unprecedented…and something that will not be repeated in our lifetimes.  While we could dismiss this joining of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving as a coincidence of the calendar, I don’t believe it is.  I believe this is a moment of Divine opportunity.

During Hanukkah, I will be returning to Israel again as your Ambassador. In addition to meeting with the leaders of Israel and working on the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center, we will be hosting a special Hanukkah party for Holocaust survivors. I have also received an urgent request for us to increase our efforts to help and touch the lives of Holocaust survivors in great need.  This is an amazing open door God has set before us.

The work that we have done in Jerusalem with renovating the massive bomb shelter there into a community center for Holocaust survivors has been a witness to the entire nation. Because of that demonstration of compassion, others have requested our help.  There are many Holocaust survivors in Israel who have no permanent residence. Others live in tiny, dilapidated apartments that are in terrible condition.

These precious people who have endured so much pain, suffering, and loss urgently need help with housing. They also need help with food and clothing.  They have also requested our aid in providing transportation for things like medical appointments. In short–we have been asked to transform the lives of these precious people.

Of course, as you know, we are in the final push to pay for the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center.  We cannot stop work on this great lighthouse of true Christian love…but neither can we close our ears and our hearts to this plea for help.

What we are able to do to meet this need will be determined by the response of our Jerusalem Prayer Team members–generous and loving friends like you. If you give as God leads, we will be able to make a huge impact on this great need…and more importantly, we will be able to show true Christian love to the Holocaust survivors and the whole house of Israel.

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With your gift of $30 or more, we will send you a paperback copy of my new book, “Ten Boom: Betsie, Promise of God.”  In this novel, I tell the story of the life and sacrifice of Corrie ten Boom‘s sister, Betsie. This book is so dear to my heart. I have the privilege of serving as the chairman of the ten Boom House and Museum.  This is a powerful story, and I know it will move you as you read it.  If you are able to send a gift of $80 or more, we will send you an autographed, hardback copy. You will also receive the “any gift” offer, a Jerusalem Prayer Team prayer pouch, along with your paperback or hardback copy of the book.

With your gift of any amount, we will send you the Jerusalem Prayer Team prayer pouch.  This prayer aid was designed especially for our partners.  This beautifully decorated prayer pouch contains two notepads: one for prayer requests and one for answered prayers.  As you use it, your faith will be strengthened as you see how God has answered your requests.

If you are able to send a gift of $250 or more, we will send you the prayer pouch and a stunning Torah Scroll.  In addition, your name or the name of someone you wish to honor will be placed on a special Scroll of Honor in the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center.

Perhaps you would like to do even more. If you are able to send a gift of $1,000 or more, we will send you the prayer pouch and a large, silver-trimmed Yemenite shofar.  I have one of these in my office, and it is amazing.  We will also place your name or the name of someone special you wish to honor or remember in the Hall of Righteous Gentiles in the Jerusalem World Center.

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Your support of the Jerusalem Prayer Team today allows us to continue our work on the Righteous Gentile Heritage Center, to stand up and speak out for Israel, and to meet urgent humanitarian needs among the poor Jewish people living in Israel.  Thank you so much for being part of this vital worldwide prayer movement.

Your Ambassador to Jerusalem,

Dr. Michael Evans

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