Sandra writes, "What Kingdom breakthroughs could transpire if His people around the world gathered in their respective nations, in unity by the Spirit, and sounded trumpets for a day to affirm covenant with YHVH, declare Yeshua’s kingship, and posture themselves for Kingdom advance?"
Sandra writes, "Elul comes after the heat – and often warfare – of Tammuz and Av, but before the judgment associated with the month of Tishrei. It is regarded as a month of transition."
Sandra writes, "The prime minister’s present political crisis seems far more likely than others in the past to result in criminal indictment. At this writing, we can’t know for sure if God desires his tenure to continue... Ten key prayer points are indicated below..."
Sandra writes, "Recall how the prayers of Moses so moved YHVH’s heart that He relented twice from destroying the Israelites on account of their sin. He will respond with mercy consistent with justice to your prayers, too. Here are 8 (of many more) ways to intercede for Israel..."
Sandra writes, "Friday in Israel, the declared Day of Rage, will begin Thursday evening and night in the Americas. So today we are releasing a call, not for Christian rage, but for prayer for a 'day of the vengeance of our God' (Isaiah 34:8; 61:2) Here are 10 key points to consider as you pray."
Sandra writes, "July 11, 2017 was an important day in the Hebrew Scriptures and calendar, called “the fast of the fourth month” in Zech. 8:19. On this day, Tammuz 17, in both 586 BC and 70 AD, foreign armies breached the walls of Jerusalem. What are the implications for followers of Yeshua today?"
Sandra writes, "Psalm 122:6 says, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.” The rest of the psalm tells us how."
Sandra writes, "So to fuel an important conversation, we will look at a summary of just some of the facts on the ground indicating President Trump could be setting himself—and the US—on a collision course with Israel. Then we’ll look at how to effectively pray."
Sandra writes, "We thank and praise God for His past, present, and future agricultural and other provision. In that sense, you could say we count our blessings as omer."
Sandra writes, "The holidays seem an appropriate time to clarify a rather controversial and troubling issue among some Christians today, many of whom previously stood steadfastly with Israel."