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Pray for Jerusalem. Together.

Pray for Jerusalem. Together.

Posted on September 18, 2017

God places a clear priority on the Gospel being for the Jew first and then the gentile nations. Genesis 12:2,3 also lays out a covenant that God made with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob that also speaks to all gentiles that they will either be blessed or cursed based on how they treat the nation of Israel. Because of these truths, Evangelism Connection is making room for sharing about this year’s Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem in our News section.

Dear Praying Friends,

Join this global chorus of prayer on Sunday, October 1st as hundreds of millions of Christians in literally every corner of this planet will unite for the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem (DPPJ), a day specifically set aside annually for the Church to pray for Jerusalem and ALL her inhabitants. This prayer call has come from more than 1,500 global leaders.

Stand in defense of Jerusalem and in obedience to the Word of the Lord.  Click below and pledge to pray!

Yes, I will pledge to pray for the peace of Jerusalem!

4 ways you can make a real difference for Jerusalem!

  1. Download social media graphics and video to share and help spread the word.
  2. Forward this e-mail to as many people as you can. Our goal is to reach 150 million Christians within the next 30 days.
  3. Register your church to be part of the growing army of over 300,000 participating ministries and organizations in over 175 nations.
  4. Access free prayer resources, filled with scriptures and practical tools to help you pray effectively for Jerusalem, available in 31 languages.

Thank you for putting action to your prayers and taking part in seeing God’s true peace for Jerusalem unfold in this hour of history.

May the Lord’s Shalom rest over each of you, 

Rev. Robert Stearns
Co-Chairman, Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem 

Dr. Jack Hayford
Co-Chairman, Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem 

Dr. Paul Cedar
Executive Committee, Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem 

For more information, call the DPPJ office at 1-800-519-4647 or visit daytopray.com

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