Jews (Russian) Nation of Israel – 0.15% Evangelical

/ October 9, 2018/ Articles, Israel

Jews (Russian) Nation of Israel – 0.15% Evangelical In 1948 Israel became a nation. From that point on, Jews from countries in Europe, the Middle East, and around the world, have migrated to Israel. From 1948-1992, over 2 million people immigrated to Israel. One of these major migrants are the Russian Jews. There are now approximately 449,000 Russian Jews living in Israel. The remaining 265,000 reside in Russia

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October 2018 Prayer Points – Increasing Prejudice

/ October 2, 2018/ Prayers

  For Jews who follow Messiah Jesus there is increasing prejudice, harassment, and violence due to the Orthodox religious community’s leadership in government. Also just a week ago a Messianic congregation’s newly remodeled congregational building in Ashdod was the target of vandalism by two members of an Orthodox community with the perpetrators’ actions recorded by a security camera. Another example is in granting Israeli citizenship. In addition increasingly

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Pray For Romanian Jews In Israel

/ September 27, 2018/ Uncategorized

Pray for Romanian Jews The aftermath of World War II left Romanian society facing economic disaster. Jews in Romania still faced anti-Semitism; as a result, the country sold 300,000 of their citizens to the newly formed country of Israel. From 1949-1978 thousands of Romanian Jews made their way to Israel. Jacob’s Hope is an organization whose mission is to share the gospel with the Jews in Israel and

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Unreached People, Sabra Jews of Israel, Pray

/ September 27, 2018/ Articles, Israel

Unreached Pray for the Sabra Jews of Israel. Sabra Jews are an unreached people group that Jacob’s Hope is reaching out to in Israel through compassion ministries. Please pray with us that the Sabra Jews will come to know their Messiah.  LEARN MORE ABOUT SABRA JEWS Become a prayer intercessor for Israel CLICK HERE

September 2018 Prayer Points

/ September 6, 2018/ Prayers

  September 2018 Prayer Points Elul, the last month of the Jewish year, is traditionally a time to review one’s deeds and spiritual progress over the past year and prepare for the upcoming “Days of Awe” of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. High Holy Day season (the days run from sunset to sunset.): Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets-Sept 9) Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement-Sept 18) Sukkot (Feast of

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