Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem in Israel

Let us pray for the peace of Jerusalem in Israel, brothers and sisters. The current events happening in Israel right now are very sobering. The group favoring the right, or the left, are scrambling about the things they’re fighting for.

Both groups seem to not know how to handle what is right and what is wrong. Here’s a friendly advice for all of us: Be guided by the word of Almighty Yahweh!

Yes, obeying Elohim’s words from the Bible must be our standard and our ultimate guide in everything that we say and do, and by doing that, we know exactly that we’re good and righteous in our Father in heaven’s eyes.

Psalm 122:6-7 says, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: ‘May those who love you be secure. May there be peace within your walls and security within your citadels.'” This verse is a call to prayer for the well-being and safety of the city of Jerusalem. It is a recognition of the importance of Jerusalem in the history of Israel and the Christian faith.

The Bible instructs believers to pray for the peace of Jerusalem because it is the spiritual and political capital of Israel. Jerusalem holds special significance in the story of Yahweh’s relationship with humanity. It is the city where Elohim’s temple once stood, where Yahshua was crucified and resurrected, and where the early church was established.

Praying for the peace of Jerusalem is a way of expressing solidarity with the Jewish people, recognizing their role in Yahweh’s plan, and asking for Elohim’s protection and provision for them. It is also a way of recognizing that the peace of Jerusalem has implications beyond Israel’s borders, as it is a key to regional stability and peaceful relations between nations.

Overall, praying for the peace of Jerusalem is a biblical mandate for believers that recognizes the importance of this city to the purposes of Yahweh Almighty, our Elohim, and the well-being of the world.

Additionally, I would like to emphasize that praying for the peace of Jerusalem is not only a call to prayer for Israel, but also a call to pray for the peace of the world. Jerusalem continues to be a place of tension and conflict, and praying for its peace is an act towards promoting global peace.

This verse is a reminder that all believers have a responsibility to pray for the well-being of nations and peoples around the world. It encourages us to seek Yahweh’s love and compassion for all nations, regardless of political, social or economic affiliations.

The importance of praying for the peace of Jerusalem is not limited to the Jewish or Christian faiths, but it is a matter that can unite people of faith worldwide. Hence, praying for the peace of Jerusalem is not only a religious obligation, but a human obligation towards promoting peace and reconciliation in the world.

In conclusion, the peoples and the groups following or obeying the Almighty’s words in the Bible are the ones that are surely doing the good and the righteous things for Jerusalem, Israel.

Let us always remember that the Bible is the only standard of good things, not the people and certainly not the society. The Jewish people must all unite for what is good and righteous, according to the Law of Yahweh, that is, the Bible.

So, let us stop the hate and the fighting, and let us all celebrate the coming Passover with love and shalom in our hearts. May Yahweh bless Zion and let us pray for the peace of Jerusalem in Israel.

Brethren, may you have the eyes and the ears, and from your words and actions, to heed from these heavenly teachings of Yahweh and Yahshua.

May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make His face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up His countenance upon you and give you peace.

All these things we humbly ask and pray to Almighty Father in heaven Yahweh, our Elohim, in the precious name of Yahshua the Messiah, our Master and the King of kings, amen. Halleluyah, shalom, blessings to Yerushalayim!

5 thoughts on “Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem in Israel

  1. Some 20 years ago, we visited Jerusalem when it was Good Friday for the Christians. While there that afternoon and early evening, I felt so peaceful! Everybody was going to their church, mosque, synagogue, you name it, and everybody was leaving the others alone. Why can’t it be that way every day?

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