A Night to Honour Israel

Pastor John Hagee’s weekend

Psalm 133- October 15, 2007

As Turkey plans to go into Iraq where our soldiers are fighting, and Russia collaborates with Iran, all while plans for Jerusalem’s fate are being strategized, it is time to reflect on the spiritual blessings of life and what is going right.

Diana and I attended Rabbi Sheinberg’s Shabbat services on Saturday morning. I was moved to tears as I saw the apple of God’s eye bow their heads in reverence to the Torah, their heads covered in respect and their shoulders draped with the sacred prayer shawl. If not for the beautiful modern synagogue or contemporary clothing I would have thought I was observing an ancient worship service where Nathan, Samuel, David or Solomon might have participated.

To cap the three day celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles at Cornerstone Church we hosted the 26th Night to Honor Israel where thousands gathered from San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and cities around America, Europe and Israel to show support for the Jewish people and the nation of Israel. Following the event we held a reception at our home for our Jewish friends. The evening was both magical and prophetic as Rabbi Sheinberg took my hands and we both danced under the stars as David danced before the Lord while Cantors led those present in songs calling for the coming of Messiah.

The scripture that best describes the weekend, and what is happening through Christians United for Israel is Psalm 133;

    How good and pleasant it is
    when brothers live together in unity! It is like precious oil poured on the head,
    running down on the beard,
    running down on Aaron’s beard,
    down upon the collar of his robes. It is as if the dew of Hermon
    were falling on Mount Zion.
    For there the LORD bestows his blessing,
    even life forevermore.

May the Lord richly prosper you and yours with good health and joy as you pray for the Peace of Jerusalem.

October 16, 2007 | Comments Off on A Night to Honour Israel

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