Some critics of the speech say they agree in principle, but this is not the time. I ask: “If not now when?” This has been a debatable issue since 1948, which escalated in 1967...
Boaz writes, "In the coming kingdom, Jerusalem will be the capital of the world. We aren't there yet, but I was reminded of that future hope and glory yesterday when the American president, Donald Trump, recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital."
"With the recent recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, what is a perspective we can take as believers in Jesus?"
Howard writes, "The prophetic Word of God continues to be fulfilled right in front of eyes in this generation. May the one, true God have mercy and open the eyes and soften the hearts of many, and strengthen the hearts of those who believe and gain hope."
Sandra writes, "I believe 8 key issues emerge as vital prayer points after Trump’s announcement. 8 happens to be the number symbolic in Scripture of new beginnings, and US recognition of Jerusalem is certainly a new, good beginning."
Ron writes, "The news reports varied from excitement to incitement. Some claim, it is prophetic, while others say it will destroy the peace process. Below are ten points based on current events and biblical prophecy that will hopefully help you process this."
Ron writes, "Today it is expected that President Trump will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Here are a few things to consider today as you decide where you stand."
Aaron writes, "As an Israeli Police officer who gave an informal security briefing I recently attended put it, they are bracing for attacks that will be “all of the above, all the time, everywhere, all at once.” What can Israel’s Christian friends do to help?"
Aaron writes, "The modern State of Israel, with all of its imperfections and faults, is a project of the God of the Bible. I’m not a prophet, but I predict that as we move forward fewer and fewer people, Jewish or not, who don’t believe in the God of the Bible are going to support Israel or even not be opposed to it."
Elhanan writes, "It is over and against these multiple gods that Israel, a tiny nation of people, were commissioned to serve the revealed YHVH as his witnesses. They were admonished to not serve these gods of gold and silver and stone, but the one living Creator of all the universe."