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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Fellowship Prayer Points 3

This week, let us make a special effort to pray for others. God calls us to love others just as we love ourselves — and this includes our nation’s leaders, our neighbors, and those with whom we may not always agree. We are blessed that God gives us the gift of prayer to accomplish this!
  • This week and next, the U.S. will watch as the Republican and Democratic National Conventions take place. Pray that God grants all of our nation’s leaders wisdom and integrity as they figure out how to best serve those in their charge. “Whoever walks in integrity walks securely, but whoever takes crooked paths will be found out” (Proverbs 10:9).
  • Ask also that God guides all U.S. citizens to form educated opinions and support for the candidates. Like Solomon, give us wisdom and great insight! “God gave Solomon wisdom and very great insight, and a breadth of understanding as measureless as the sand on the seashore” (1 Kings 4:29).
  • May the Lord replace racism with love. Let us ask God to lead us to correct this injustice wherever it occurs. “When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them… Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. I am the Lord your God” (Leviticus 19:33-34).
  • The threat of a nuclear Iran becomes more of a reality every day. Pray for God to guide the leaders of Israel and the U.S. to the right decisions for protecting our two countries. “For the Lord your God moves about in your camp to protect you and to deliver your enemies to you” (Deuteronomy 23:14).
  • Pray for the helpful and healing projects of The Fellowship all around the world. Over the years our Christian donors have helped hundreds of thousands of Jews escape poverty and anti-Semitism, and we ask that God continue to provide in this amazing way. “So then, don’t be afraid. I will provide for you and your children” (Genesis 50:21).

God blesses Israel and Shalom!

Friday, August 24, 2012

Take Action For Israel 18

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews and Stand for Israel:
Tell the Candidates They Must Stand for Israel
As a dedicated supporter of Israel, you know how important it is for our elected officials to commit to standing with Israel.
That is why I invite you to download Stand for Israel’s Election 2012 Tool Kit today.
Your Stand for Israel tool kit includes:

  • Sample questions to ask candidates running for national office when they are at town halls or other campaign stops in your area;
  • A statement that you can send to persuade your current Senator and/or Congressman to stand with Israel or to encourage them to further strengthen their position;
  • A sample letter for you to send to the editors of your local papers that states how important Israel is to the U.S. as our closest Middle East ally in the war on terrorism; and,
  • Talking points so you can inform, equip, and mobilize individuals and churches to support the State of Israel through prayer and grass roots advocacy initiatives.
While times are dangerous around the world, Israel's situation is particularly perilous.  She is surrounded by nations that repeatedly and publicly call for her destruction.
This tool kit is your number one resource for up-to-date information on issues facing Israel and Jewish people around the world.  By providing facts, talking points, and other information, as well as education on effective advocacy methods, you will have everything you need to speak intelligently and confidently in support of Israel.
God promised the Land of Israel to His Chosen People.  He told Abraham, "And I will give unto thee, and to thy seed after thee, the land wherein thou art a stranger, all the land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession; and I will be their God.  And God said unto Abraham, Thou shalt keep my covenant therefore, thou, and thy seed after thee in their generations." (Gen. 17:6 - 9)
Please download your Election 2012 Tool Kit today and demand your elected officials support Israel in her ongoing struggle for peace and security.

In prayerful partnership,

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein
PS In addition to downloading your Election 2012 Tool Kit, please also make a special donation to help Stand for Israel protect Israel and her people. Your gift will help us purchase medical equipment for trauma units in hospitals and provide emergency vehicles, medical kits, and protective equipment for first responders who are on the frontlines of Israel’s struggle against her terrorist enemies.

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Monday, August 20, 2012

Psalm 150 Hallelu by the Shir El Choir, Nomi Teplow Presents "Hallelu" available to download at

Praise God in His sanctuary;
Praise Him in the firmament of His power.
Praise Him for His mighty acts;
Praise Him according to His abundant greatness.
Praise Him with the blast of the horn;
Praise Him with the psaltery and harp.
Praise Him with the timbrel and dance;
Praise Him with stringed instruments and the pipe.
Praise Him with the loud-sounding cymbals;
Praise Him with the clanging cymbals.
Let everything that has breath praise the LORD.

Performed by the Shir El Choir
Conductor: Nomi Teplow
Words: Psalms 150
Music: Josh Nelson
Orchestration and Musical Production: Moshe Wohl
Concept and Vocal Arrangement: Moshe Wohl and Nomi Teplow

God blesses Israel and Shalom!

Sunday, August 19, 2012


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Friday, August 17, 2012

Take Action For Israel 17

Tell the Candidates They Must Stand for Israel
In just a few short weeks, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama will take to the podium to accept their party’s nomination for President of the United States.
They will announce their priorities and set forth their vision for our country.
They need to know that the American public demands the strongest possible backing for the Jewish state in her ongoing struggle for peace and security.
So I urge you to stand with Israel by taking these two important steps today:
First, sign this important petition and add your name to the list of concerned citizens who are calling on the candidates to take a decisive stance in support of Israel. We will deliver this petition to the Republican and Democratic National Committees to make our voice heard.

Second, in addition to defending the Jewish state by calling on our elected officials to join you in standing for Israel, please also help Stand for Israel save lives by helping prepare and protect the people of Israel in the event of terror attacks.
With your help we can provide medical equipment to hospital trauma units and emergency vehicles, first aid kits, and protective equipment that first responders need to act at a moment's notice when tragedy strikes.
The U.S. and Israel are united by common goals of freedom, democracy, and peace. Please join me in standing by Israel in her front-line battle against radical Islamist terror aimed at the heart of the West.

In prayerful partnership,

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

The Republican National Convention convenes on August 27, 2012 and the Democratic National Convention begins on September 4, 2012 so there isn’t a moment to lose. Please sign our important petition in support of Israel today. Learn more about how you can take a stand for Israel on our website!
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God blesses Israel and Shalom!

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Take Action For Israel 16

Both the House and Senate on August 1 overwhelmingly passed the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012 (H.R. 1905), which would enshrine in law that it is U.S. policy to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, escalate the level of sanctions against the regime’s human rights violators, and sharply tighten the enforcement of existing sanctions law.
Thank your members of Congress for their support of this critical bill.
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God blesses Israel and Shalom!

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Take Action For Israel 15

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Dear Friend,

The City Council of Sacramento, California, is scheduled to vote on adopting Ashkelon, Israel as a Sister City on August 14th.

Two years ago, the Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to adopt its ninth Sister City: Bethlehem, Palestine. At the time the resolution was passed the Council also unanimously agreed to adopt a Sister City in Israel sometime in the future. Area leaders have nominated Ashkelon, just north of the Gaza strip, for this honor.

Ashkelon was a wise choice. As a city under constant missile attack from Islamic terrorists in Gaza, Ashkelon symbolizes the challenges currently facing the Jewish state and the pressing need for America to stand with our embattled ally. As the home of the largest regional hospital -- which helps both Israelis injured by Gaza's terrorists and Palestinians from Gaza -- this city symbolizes the heart of the Israeli people who are constantly searching for peace and coexistence

Members of the Sacramento City Council are now being inundated with e-mails from across the country asking them to vote against recognizing Ashkelon as a Sister City. This effort appears to be a disturbing new front in the effort to delegitimize Israel in America. If Israel's enemies succeed in Sacramento, they will no doubt be emboldened to oppose other such resolutions across the country.

We need to stop this new anti-Israel campaign in its tracks. We need to send a strong message right now that we stand with Israel and that we believe that Sacramento and every other city in America should be proud to do so!

Please click here now to tell the Sacramento City Council that as an American you want to see California's state capital stand with Israel.

Please act now to ensure that we deny Israel's opponents a victory in their ongoing efforts to delegitmize the Jewish state.

Blessings to you and those you love.
Pastor John Hagee
National Chairman
Christians United for Israel
David Brog
Executive Director
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God blesses Israel and Shalom!

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Time of Grace 2

Pr. Tupirani, The First Pastor Arrested in Democratic Political System.


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The Law was manifested by Moses, to show us that we are sinners and incapable of fulfill the Law; but the Grace and the Truth came by Jesus Christ, to pay for our sins and fulfill the Law.

The Grace of Jesus Christ (the Messiah) be with you and Shalom!

Monday, August 6, 2012

Liora Tedgi’s Bargain With God

Saturday night in Jerusalem, March 2, 2002, Liora Tedgi became a victim of terror. A bomb placed by an Arab ripped into the hundreds of Jews returning from Sabbath services. Eleven Jews were killed, 51 injured. Liora, pregnant with twins, lost both in the attack. Here in the Middle East, chutzpah can be directed even at God. “You give me another set of twins, God,” tiny Liora said, striking a hard bargain, “and I’ll take care of your victims.”
Apparently the Almighty accepted her deal. Since its establishment in 2002, Ohr Meir U’Bracha, Liora’s non-profit Terror Victim’s Fund has distributed thousands of weekly food baskets to suffering families, providing psychological and legal aid, winter clothes and school supplies, baby formula and diapers, electrical appliances, and a kitchen package for brides. There is a Kids’ Corner providing after-school hot meals and aid with homework, and a big brother/sister mentoring program. There are day-trips to the zoo, moonwalks and carnivals. And before heading to the office each morning, Liora walks her twin daughters, conceived shortly after losing her first set, with identical long braids and blue school uniforms to their school.
Terror's raw taste is not new to the Tedgi family. Liora's father-in-law was wounded by a bomb left at a bus station on the way to pray at the grave of a fourth-century sage. His brother was stabbed by an Arab while on duty as a policeman, to the horror of his own Arab friends. Liora's great-uncle Matityahu was fired upon by Arab snipers as he was stranded in a doomed convoy bringing food to a besieged Jerusalem in 1948. His brother, Grandpa David, carried the 23-year old on his back to Shaare Tzedek hospital, and suffered a heart attack there as Matityahu died.
In Liora's book of life, altruism calls to those who have suffered. It's the frayed soul that feels the hole in another. "The victims of terror are not only the ones who die," says Liora. "Children are orphaned, parents are disabled and cannot provide for their remaining family.” Her eyes are weary, but the flower on her trademark black hat bobs up at the world. There's a steel determination in her stance coupled with a genuine outpouring of love. As she walks past her neighbors or through a roomful of orphans, a steady flow of blessings comes forth upon whomever she meets. "You should have happiness, peace, good children... but most of all a happy heart."
"What can a kid do in a hospital?" he asked. "Everything you can't,” young Liora replied.
"I was there too," Liora says. Not only in terror, but in the poverty that stalks many of its broken victims. "As a child, we got food from aid organizations. We didn't know the word spoiled. Complaining was not in our universe. When I was a child I decided that I would give food to people in a dignified manner when I grow up." At 12, Liora jutted out her chin at the director of Shaare Tzedek Hospital and insisted she wanted to volunteer there after school. "What can a kid do in a hospital?" he asked. "Everything you can't,” young Liora replied. He pulled out a white apron with the word “volunteer” embroidered on the chest, and she began distributing food every day after school.
What separates the hurt and bitter person from the hurt and helpful? "I grew up with this. When we had a bit more food, my father designated an old wagon his ‘Fiat.’ That was for delivering food to people relatively close to our home. The sturdier wagon was his ‘Mercedes,’ which went longer distances to feed people more hungry than us." When Liora’s father died, puzzled families suddenly found themselves denied credit in the local grocery. Only with his demise did these families - and his own - discover he’d been paying their bills for years.
Hebrew differentiates between the word “hesed,” loosely translated as loving kindness, and “rahamim” which is mercy. “Rahamim” is a compassion awakened by an external source; the beggar attracts my attention or makes me uncomfortable, so I give. Were he not sprawled with a cup in my path, that money would remain in my pocket. “Hesed” on the other hand, is an expansiveness rooted inside. I give because I need to be a giving person. This is how I feel whole. If the beggar’s not here today, I’ll go look for him. Liora is driven by “hesed.” Inaction, or egoism, leaves her bewildered.
Her greatest giving is allowing others to share the thrill. Neighbors are invited – repeatedly and graciously – to get into the food-packing party each Thursday. A carnival for victims is extended to the neighborhood children; we all eat cotton candy together. Bar and Bat Mitzvah missions from around the world spend a day volunteering with the Terror Victim’s Fund, injecting additional meaning to their trip to Israel.
Liora’s organization receives no funding from the government; she is the queen of her staff of volunteers. She does respond to desperate mayors and municipalities, begging her to bring their town’s children out of sweltering bomb shelters to Jerusalem for a day of wholesome fun. “It’s good they call,“ she says, “because we can help more people. On the other hand, it’s more money we don’t have.” This summer, she’s scrambling for funds to take bomb-wary children to the Biblical Zoo, to jump on moonwalks and laugh at a clown.
Does all the pressure make Liora weary? “As long as God gave me another day – that’s a gift, and I must be happy. It’s an opportunity to help one more person. There’s a lot to do.”
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God blesses the victims of terror and Israel!

Thursday, August 2, 2012

HonestReporting Olympic Coverage: The BBC vs Israel

BBC Sports has gone political. They omitted listing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital. In fact, according to BBC Sports, Israel has NO capital.

Don't let the media delegitimize Israel's claim to Jerusalem as its capital. Take action now and support Israel's demand that the BBC corrects its error. Send your complaints directly to BBC Sport.
Sign this petition too, against the Anti-Semitic bias:

BBC must repent before God curses this channel.
God stand for Israel and Shalom!

Wednesday, August 1, 2012