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August 31, 2009August 31, 2009  0 comments  Peace

On Sunday, October 4th, tens of

millions of Christians worldwide will unite

for the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem, a day specifically set

aside by more than 1,200 global leaders (click here to view a partial list of

leaders

<https://www.daytopray.com/getdoc/5287369d-9486-48f4-af9f-e10d01b69f10/Signat

ures.aspx> ).

 

YOU can make your presence felt and pray for God's power and His peace to

flood the streets of Jerusalem by doing three simple things:

 

1. Make sure your local church is participating on October 4th.

 

The Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem is NOT a single location event

but rather a worldwide celebration day when LOCAL CHURCHES pray for Jerusalem

in their Sunday services, in accordance with Psalm 122:6. There will be a

Jerusalem Celebration on this day carried live on GOD TV around the world,

but the real thrust of the initiative is on the local church level. Please BE

SURE that your church is participating! To receive your FREE equipping packet

now, and to obtain helpful materials such as posters, prayer cards, videos,

flyers, and children's resources for your local church, go now to

www.daytopray.com <https://www.daytopray.com/Ministry-Resources.aspx> .

 

2. Please forward this link to as many people as you can.

 

The goal is to reach 100 million Christians within the next 30 days with this

timely message for the Body of Christ. Help us meet this goal for the Lord's

sake and for His advancing Kingdom! If you will simply take a moment right

now and forward this link on, especially to your pastor, close friends, and prayer

partners, we can literally sound a global trumpet to bring clear focus and

awareness to this urgent prayer effort. It really, really makes a difference

if you will take only five minutes and forward this e-mail.

 

3. Sign the "Call to Prayer Resolution".

 

Thousands of Christians from all over the world have signed this document,

calling for a day of global prayer for Jerusalem and all her inhabitants. Add

your voice to this growing number today. Click here to sign the "Call To

Prayer Resolution". <https://www.daytopray.com/Prayer-Resolution.aspx>

 

Finally, the Jerusalem Celebration of the Day of Prayer for the Peace of

Jerusalem will be carried live into 192 nations on GOD TV. If you are in

Israel at that time, please plan to join us for this celebration. If you

cannot be in Israel, GOD TV will be broadcasting this event internationally,

LIVE on October 4th (broadcast schedule will be available closer to the event

date). Also consider having your church link with the Jerusalem celebration

of the DPPJ by viewing the event on GOD TV! Go to www.god.tv

<http://www.god.tv/>  for more information.

 

We thank you for putting action to your prayers and for taking part in seeing

God's true peace for Jerusalem unfold in this hour of history!

 

May the Lord's shalom rest over each of you,

 

Rev. Robert Stearns

Co-Chairman, Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem

 

Dr. Jack Hayford

Co-Chairman, Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem

 

P.S. If you have not yet done so, please make sure to add your name to the

thousands of Christians around the world who have signed the "Call To Prayer

Resolution." Be sure to check out the free online resources as well as the

DPPJ materials available in more than 15 languages.


October 1, 2009October 1, 2009  1 comments  Events

About 8000 Christian friends of Israel from about 100 countries around the world are beginning to arrive in Israel this week to celebrate the annual Feast of Tabernacles, beginning October 2nd through 8th in Jerusalem. The annual event is organized by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem and is  a week long program of seminars and teaching on Christian Zionism and is designed to strengthen the ties of Christians worldwide to Israel and the Jewish people. GodTV will be carrying the National Day of Prayer for Jerusalem, which is on Sunday, October 4rd live on its stations worldwide. In addition to the National Day of Prayer for Jeruslaem, there is a traditional Jerusalem March scheduled for October 6, the Night to Celebrate Israel on October 7th.

 

Feast participants are arriving from Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Austria, India, Italy, Nigeria, Brazil, Finland and Norway.  and more. Large groups of pilgrims will arrive from Brazil (more than 1000), Finland and Norway. In addition to visiting sites around the country, the participants will join in the traditional and colorful Jerusalem March on 6 October.

 

Christian tourism is a growing segment of the Israel tourism industry and is critical to the economy of Israel and the Palestinian Territories.  The Israel Ministry of Tourism recognizes this and is now placing increased marketing dollars into this market segment and has even developed a special task force to focus on increasing tourism to Israel amongst Evangelical Christians. So far in 2009, approximately 1 million Christian tourists have come to Israel. In 2008 approximately 1.9 million Christian tourists visited the country.

 

ICEJ organizes several day tours for the thousands of Christian tourists who are expected to come for the Feast of Tabernacles. In total, the event is expected to spur 56,000 tourist nights in hotels around the country generating between $16-18 million in revenues for the country.

 


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