Saturday, January 16, 2010

Pray for Israel and that the world is not allowed to carve it up to create a Palestinian state.

Remember to pray for wisdom and God’s intervention that any attempt by world leaders, including plans being promoted by Barak Obama, are stopped to prevent Israeli territory being handed over to her enemies. The news agency around the world continue to call for a two state solution to end the violence and unrest in the Middle East. World leaders are trying to bully Israel into agreeing to a two state solution, but trust me it will not solve the problem.

Israel has tried land for peace in order to stop the violent attacks by terrorist groups, such as Hamas and Hezbollah, but it hasn’t. The nations around Israel – for the most part – do not recognize Israel and do not want it even to exist. But, exist she does, because of God’s covenant with His chosen people they are being brought together again in the land promised to Abraham. This has all been foretold in God’s Word.

Unfortunately, what the world doesn’t understand is that the land promised to Israel is far greater than the territory they currently occupy. The nations around Israel are no doubt aware of this as well, which is why they will always continue to push back against Israel and have the undeniable desire to end her existence.

Israel has been distrustful of Christian motives, because of the Jewish persecution at the hands of “the church” through the centuries. Now is the time to put the past behind and pray for Israel’s safety every single day. We – Jews and Christian – serve the same God and we need to understand if it wasn’t for the Jews we (Christians) would not have our Messiah. We need to continue to pray, for we know that the victory has already been won and Israel will end up occupying all of the land promised to Abraham and his descendants.

We must not become silent and sit around while world leaders use their political and economic muscle to force Israel into an agreement that we know is wrong. We are called to PRAY.

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