Jerusalem–Urgent Prayer

I just found out from a reliable source that sirens are going off in Jerusalem and at the time of the message friends counted four explosions so far.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem:woman prays looking out window B & W
“May they prosper who love you.
“May peace be within your walls,
And prosperity within your palaces.”
For the sake of my brothers and my friends,
I will now say, “May peace be within you.”
For the sake of the house of the Lord our God,
I will seek your good.

Psalm 122

 

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2 Responses to Jerusalem–Urgent Prayer

  1. I’ve gotten several emails from Joel Rosenberg today. Over 200 rockets have been fired into Israel. One house near Jerusalem was hit but thank the Lord no one was hurt. Father, oh yes, I do pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

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  2. Father, we ask especially that the Holy Spirit of Counsel and Wisdom rest upon Benjamin Netanyahu and give him assurance he needs as he makes decisions concerning his people and the land of Israel.

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