JEWISH VOICE BLOG

5 Reasons to Pray for Israel on October 6th

October 02, 2019

Praying for Israel seems to be either wholly on or completely off the radar of Believers. Here are five reasons we should be praying for Israel and Jerusalem, especially this October 6. 1. It’s “The Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem” (DPPJ) The purpose of the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem (DPPJ) is to draw Believers together to focus on supporting and praying for peace in the Land of God’s Chosen People. According to the organization’s website, their call is for “sustain...

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Yeshua, Our High Priest

October 02, 2019

It is amazing how much depth we can see when we understand the Jewish foundation upon which the New Covenant is built. God is One; He is cohesive and intentional. He communicates it throughout the Scriptures as He ties Old and New Covenants together with His single purpose: the redemption of Israel and all of humanity. When God instituted the Jewish Feast of Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), He knew that thousands of years later, His Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus), would perform the duties of a Hig...

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Yom Kippur’s Hope

October 01, 2019

It’s not a day for saying, “Happy Holiday.” Yom Kippur – the Day of Atonement – is a serious and solemn day. It is the holiest day of the Jewish year, and its observance includes “afflicting oneself” with fasting. The customary greeting on Yom Kippur is “May you have an easy fast.” It may sound heavy and somber, but on the holy day of Yom Kippur, one can also find hope. In ancient Israel, Yom Kippur was the one day of the year on which the High Priest entered the Holy of Holies. This was t...

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3 Keys to a Spiritual Reset at Rosh Hashanah

September 30, 2019

Rosh Hashanah means “head of the year” in Hebrew, and as such, it is a time of year when Jewish people examine their lives and seek God’s forgiveness and blessing for the coming year. For Messianic Jewish Believers, it is a time for reflecting on one’s life, repenting of sinful actions and attitudes, and restoring any broken fellowship with God. REFLECT With the passing of one Jewish calendar year to the next, Rosh Hashanah calls us to check in with God for an examination of our lives wit...

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So much is at risk in Israel, we can’t just watch and wait

September 27, 2019

A second election hasn’t solved Israel’s political trouble. Here’s what’s next, and what you can do to help. A week after the unprecedented second round of elections in Israel in one year, there is no winner. While Prime Minister Netanyahu ran neck and neck with the centrist Blue and White party – neither have been able to secure the 61-seat majority. What happens next? As there’s no majority winner, President Rivlin yesterday selected Prime Minister Netanyahu to form a coalition gov...

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Help unleash the greatest revival in human history

September 27, 2019

As I write, I sense a stirring in my spirit … an anticipation of things to come if only we’ll continue to move forward in faith. Even now, prophetically significant events continue to unfold before our eyes. While I’ll never argue that we can ever know the exact day of Jesus’ return, prophecies are like signposts — indicating the direction God is leading His people. And I believe with every passing day, these signposts will only accelerate until the final moment when Yeshua comes riding...

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End of 2019 Outreaches Prayer Points

September 24, 2019

We are coming up on Yom Teruah, the Feast of Trumpets. This holiday is also known as Rosh Hashanah, which means “head of the year” in Hebrew. It is a time of reflection, and in this season, we at Jewish Voice are reflecting on some of the ministry doors the Lord is opening for us. We want to be faithful in all He entrusts to us, and that is why we are asking you to help us steward these possibilities in prayer. Here are three open doors of opportunity – one that just occurred, and two coming ...

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Israel Elections: Join us as we support Israel in unprecedented times

September 20, 2019

Israel’s unprecedented second election in 5 months means we must pray like never before for Israel and her people! On Tuesday, Israelis returned to the polls for an unprecedented second round of elections. Just 5 months ago, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to survive a vicious election season, being re-elected for a historic fifth term. But despite the victory, Prime Minister Netanyahu was unable to gather together a majority to establish his governing coalition. As the re...

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Israel firefight with Hezbollah is largest in over a decade

September 13, 2019

Fighting erupts on Israel’s northern border, Hezbollah promises a war of terror Early last week, a sudden firefight erupted along the borderline of Israel and Lebanon. Hezbollah – nothing more than a group of extreme, radicalized terrorists who are well-funded by Iran – fired anti-tank missiles at a clearly-marked ambulance on an Israeli army base. I thank God that no one was hurt. But here’s the reality of the situation: an all-out war will mean many innocent casualties. This cruel ...

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Pray for the Messianic Jewish community in Zimbabwe and Ethiopia

September 12, 2019

Back in July, we asked you to pray for a trip that Rabbi Jonathan Bernis and two leaders from our Congregation and Leadership Development (CLD) team were taking together. They traveled to Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for our annual gatherings of Messianic congregational leaders. These meetings were for teaching and equipping local leaders of the Messianic Jewish community. We are so grateful for your prayers and excited to report that this trip was better than we even hoped it would be. The blessing...

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