Aliyah. Yehovah’s children must go to the homeland of Israel before Jesus – Yeshua, Messiah, will come (again). (Ezekiel 36:24-28)
And so we must pray for Aliyah.
Last week, Pittsburg witnessed the killing of eleven innocent Jews while at a Saturday service at their local Synogogue.
Somewhere I read recently that this tragic shooting in America, the safest haven for Jews in modern history, is a wake up call to them, to leave their comfort zone and get to the safety of the Father’s homeland for His people: Israel. I was glad to read it, because it confirmed what I felt in my spirit.
Oh, let nothing of the past persecution of Jews come again.
But if the Father is calling them to return to Israel, what might have to occur to draw them to leave comfort and move to a homeland of their ancestors?
And what can we do to assist their return ‘home’?
Shall we not ask the Father, and pray for the people, and wait?
“He who waits for the LORD will renew his strength.
He will mount up as an eagle. He will run and not be weary.
He will walk and not be faint.” (Isaiah 40:31)
And so we pray there will be no faint-heartedness amongst the Jews. And nor for us who are called to pray, without ceasing. Those who are called to help, and those who are called to make the journey…. we pray.
Shalom for all.