Pray For Israel
If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
2 Chronicles 7:14
It is the intention of this ministry to connect to the Jewish Community on the common ground of our belief that there is only "One True God Of Israel" (One Person) and to bless the House of Israel.
Afterward shall the children of Israel return, and seek the LORD their God, and David their king; and shall fear the LORD and his goodness in the latter days. Hosea 3:5
And, so, in these last days, the necessity for Jewish support has never been greater. Yet we cannot accomplish this work alone. We need our brothers and sisters in the Lord Jew and Gentile alike to join with and uphold us in this endeavor. We pray that the Spirit of God will move you to unite with us in our vision.
Pray For Peace In Israel
Deuteronomy 26:15 Look down from thy holy habitation, from heaven, and bless thy people Israel, and the land which thou hast given us, as thou swarest unto our fathers, a land that floweth with milk and honey.
MJR wishes you and your family Shana Tova u'Metuka, G'mar Hatima Tova. May we all have a sweet, productive, positive and peaceful year and may we be sealed in the book of life and let 5775 be a year of health, joy, and peace.
Dear friends of Israel,
Happy Rosh Hashanah!
Rosh Hashanah represents the miraculous creation of the first humans, Adam and Eve. When celebrating Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish people gather in synagogues all over the world to mark the Earth’s birthday. However, the holiday is not only celebration. Its also a serious day for thinking about the sin in a person’s life and getting right with the Creator of the Universe.
According to Jewish tradition, Rosh Hashanah is the “day of judgment” or the “day of remembrance.” On this holiday it is believed that God sits on his throne and looks through books that record all the deeds of everyone on Earth. God then decides who has been righteous or wicked. The names of the wicked are believed to be erased from the Book of Life.
During the ten days between Rosh Hashanah and another Jewish holiday called Yom Kippur, the Jewish people do three things. Everyone must ask for forgiveness from each other for any wrongdoings. In Hebrew it’s called Teshuvah. They also pray and ask God for forgiveness for their sins which is called Tefillah. And they give charity to the poor and needy. This is called Tzedakah.
During Rosh Hashanah people blow the shofar to signal the holiday. You can hear shofar blasts all over Jerusalem. It’s like a spiritual alarm clock!
The custom on Rosh Hashanah is to tell everyone you see “L’shana Tova.” That means “have a good new year.” Rosh Hashanah began last night at sunset. We have officially entered the “High Holiday” season.
Jesus told his followers in John 5:24, “I tell you the truth, those who listen to my message and believe in God who sent me have eternal life. They will never be condemned for their sins, but they have already passed from death into life.” Therefore, the sacrifice and atonement of Jesus for the sins of the world has become the fulfillment of the “day of judgement!" Hallelujah!