Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Wisdom Wednesdays #30 - Pray for Peace


As the attacks by Hamas continue in Israel, I ask you dear Gail-Friends to continue to pray for peace.  This prayer request was sent via Jewish Jewels on Facebook:

IMPORTANT PRAYER POINTS: 

1. That terrorist all bases and infrastructures, arms factories and weapon’s tunnels will be pinpointed and destroyed.

2. That Hamas rocket attacks against Israel’s Negev communities and across the country will fall short of civilian areas, and for the infallible accuracy of Israel’s Iron Dome system.

3. Intercede for the safety and protection of Israel’s military men and women involved in anti-terrorist activities and for civilians in targeted cities.

4. For the comforting and emotional shielding of victims young and old in the midst of constant life-threatening explosions and disruption of their daily lives. 

5. Intercede for the peace and safety of Jerusalem. 

6. That all terrorists attempting to infiltrate Israel will be detected and dealt with.

7. For the wisdom and strategy of all of Israel’s government and military leaders as Israel deals with unrelenting antagonists and terrorist murderers piloted by Hamas.

8. Please pray for Vision for Israel volunteers now braving rocket fire attacks to deliver daily humanitarian aid.
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I saw a video song called "Pray for Peace" by Reba McIntire today, and it tells me others are burdened for peace, too.  If you know your Bible, you know that peace will never come until Messiah Yeshua returns.  My prayer is for the Jewish people to accept Yeshua as their Messiah ben David.  This song is the cry of my heart.  I hope you will listen and pray:   Shalom, Shalom Jerusalem by Paul Wilbur
 
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