Prayer

Throughout the entire Bible, there is a constant call for prayer and intercession, especially for Israel, Jerusalem and the Jewish people, “On your walls, O Jerusalem, I have set watchmen; all the day and all the night they shall never be silent. You who put the LORD in remembrance, take no rest, and give him no rest until he establishes Jerusalem and makes it a praise in the earth. (Isaiah 62:6-7 ESV). And Psalm 122 in a concise manner states, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem!” (Psalm 122:6 ESV).

In the Jewish prayer book, the Siddur, one can read a prayer for the State of Israel, which is prayed as a morning prayer on Shabbat and on Holidays. This prayer is prayed in reference to Moses’ teaching on the Torah, where God promises to return His people to “the land that your fathers possessed, and that He will do good towards you” (cf. the Siddur, the Jewish prayer book)

As Christian believers, our prayers are founded on the same Biblical foundations and promises when we gather once a month to pray for Israel.

These inter-denominational prayer meetings have been taking place since 2002, with participants from numerous church communities. We enjoy good fellowship, and would like to encourage everyone who has a heart for praying for Israel to come join us.

Every meeting introduces information concerning specific prayer topics, which helps focus and concentrate prayers, and often we have testimonials from participants who have visited Israel.

Prayer subjects are drawn up and presented on power point. If individuals or groups wish to have the material from individual prayer meetings forwarded to them, please contact Eva Ravn Møenbak through e-mail at ravn.moenbak@mail.tele.dk.

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