Prayer Points

Prayer Points

Prayer Points and the Fellowship Prayer Team unites Jews and Christians around the world to raise a chorus of prayer to God for the security, well-being, and protection of Israel and the Jewish people. By appealing to God on behalf of his children, the  Prayer Team will make a powerful, positive impact on Israel’s struggle for peace and security, and provide a tremendous source of encouragement to Israel and her people.  Add your voice to the members of the Fellowship Prayer Team.

Prayer Points

Psalm 100:4
“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.”

As those of us in the U.S. prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving this week with our loved ones, let us thank God for the blessings he has showered upon those The Fellowship and our faithful friends help, allowing us all to shine His light over Israel and His children elsewhere across the globe.

  • The rockets fired at Israel from Gaza earlier this month have ceased, for now. Let us thank God that the damage wasn’t greater, that Fellowship friends have provided hundreds of bomb shelters across the Holy Land, and that He will continue to shield His people, Israel. “No weapon formed against you will prevail” (Isaiah 54:17).
  • Continue to pray for the recovery of those injured during November’s rocket attacks, that God’s hand of healing will mend their wounds. “I will restore you to health and heal your wounds” (Jeremiah 30:17).
  • The Fellowship was able to distribute hundreds of security vests to Israel’s first response volunteers; praise God that friends like you made this aid possible for those Israelis who run toward danger, instead of from it. “I have posted watchmen on your walls, Jerusalem; they will never be silent day or night” (Isaiah 62:6).
  • And as we all prepare for the holiday season, let us ask God to help us provide for the “least of these,” whose lives are made more difficult not just because of poverty, but because of loneliness. “He raises the poor from the dust and lifts the needy from the ash heap” (1 Samuel 2:8).

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