August 2018 Prayer Points – Time is Short Before His Return

/ August 2, 2018/ Prayers

August 2018 Prayer Points -Time NOTE:  There are only 3 weeks remaining for this period of itineration and my calendar is packed. Thank you for your patience this summer while I have been away. I will be returning to the Jacob’s Hope office later this month (the Lord willing) and have access to my computer and telephone instead of relying on my iPad for communication. You have given

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July 2018 Prayer Post

/ July 3, 2018/ Prayers

  July 2018 Prayer Post July Messianic congregations in Kiev and Odessa reach out to Jews fleeing from the on-going Russian siege in Crimea. “Adonai is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures, leads me beside still waters,  restores my soul. He guides me in paths of righteousness for His Name’s sake.”  Psalm 23:1-3 PRAYER:  Lord, make provision for congregations in Kiev and

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June 2018 Prayer Points –

/ June 11, 2018/ Prayers

June 2018 Prayer Points Some of you may wonder how our missionaries in Israel are doing. Jacob’s Hope Director Brent recently spoke with our cohorts in Israel about safety concerns with the current events in and surrounding their country. Basically they said: Our God is with us. We are safe,have no concerns, and stand with our brothers and sister here. “For I, the LORD your God, hold your

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May 2018 Prayer Points

/ May 9, 2018/ Prayers

WOW – Watchman On The Wall – Prayer points May 2018 First of all it is appropriate to take time this month to praise God for His faithfulness to His people. The nation of Israel is celebrating its 70th anniversary. Furthermore this is our opportunity to lift our voices with those who also see the miraculous events and who choose to celebrate God’s goodness and not only man’s

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Shavuot – The Feast of Weeks – Pentecost

/ May 7, 2018/ Media, videos

Shavuot – The Feast of Weeks – Pentecost The Meaning First of all names were very important in the ancient Jewish world. In addition they usually reflected the significant character, history, or meaning of that to which they were attached. Hence three separate names were used by the Hebrew Scriptures for the feast of Shavuot. (Heb. “weeks“). Furthermore each name emphasized a different facet of its observance. If

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