Message from the Founder – March 2016
Dear Lovers of Israel, Shabbat Shalom! I write to you from Jerusalem, the eternal capital of the Jewish people, after returning this week from Nashville, Tennessee where I attended the annual convention of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). It was heartwarming to spend a few days with thousands of Lovers of Israel and to see how God is moving miraculously with His Divine Plan that Israel will prevail.
It is in my heart to share with you today how important your mission is in standing with Israel in these difficult times where sweet becomes bitter and bitter becomes sweet. (Isaiah 5:20) In addition, I want to emphasize the fact that when you stand with Israel and BLESS her you are also being BLESSED above-and-beyond, but even more than that, you are receiving the BLESSING of living a full life and not a flat life. What I mean by a full life, is a life deeply rooted life enabling you to be grafted in with the Jewish people as written in scripture. (Romans 11:24) This is a truly a gift of LOVE from God for anyone’s obedience to HIS WORD and actively involved in the life of Israel.
I can sense the prayers of Christian Lovers of Israel around the world raising the blessing over Israel higher and higher for I do believe that the power of prayer is the most powerful energy source produced by a human soul. Having said that I am convinced that together you are the wind beneath the wings of Israel and by blessing Israel and the Jewish people you are bringing the fulfillment of Bible prophecy into your own life. (Genesis 12:3)
So in the midst of the dramatic times we are living, I urge you to stand with Israel and to pray for her every day for it is only through your prayers darkness is displaced and God’s Light shines brighter and brighter. Moreover, it will bring many people who walk in darkness to see His great Light and will cause His great Light to shine on those living in a dark land to guide their paths. “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great Light; those who dwelt in the land of intense darkness and the shadow of death, upon them has the Light shined.” (Isaiah 9:2)
God Bless you from Jerusalem, Shalom, Shalom.
Moshe Bar Zvi