Global Leaders Call for Day of Prayer for Jerusalem

by | Oct 1, 2014 | Israel & Jewish Roots, Standing With Israel

God is stirring the hearts of His people to pray for Jerusalem as never before.

Join me, Dr. Jack Hayford and Dr. Paul Cendar in this global chorus of prayer this Sunday, Oct. 5, as hundreds of millions of Christians in literally every corner of this planet will unite for the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem (DPPJ), a day specifically set aside annually for the church to gather and pray for Jerusalem. This prayer call has come from more than 1,300 global leaders.

Let your voice be heard on behalf of Israel and her inhabitants by doing these three simple things:

1. Please forwarding to or sharing this story with many people as you can. Our goal is to reach 150 million Christians within the next 30 days with this timely message for the body of Christ. Help us meet this goal. If you will simply take a moment right now and forward this on, especially to your pastor, close friends, and prayer partners, we can literally sound a global trumpet to bring clear focus and awareness to this urgent prayer effort. In only minutes, you can make a difference.

2. Sign the “Call to Prayer Resolution.” Thousands of Christians from all over the world have signed this document calling for a day of global prayer for Jerusalem and all her inhabitants. Add your name to this growing number today. Click here to add YOUR name to the Prayer Resolution.

3. Become the DPPJ Representative for your local church or city. Make sure that your church is praying. The DPPJ is not a single location event but rather a worldwide celebration day when local churches pray for Jerusalem in their Sunday services, in accordance with Psalm 122:6.

There will be a Jerusalem Celebration on this day carried live on GOD TV around the world, but the real thrust of the initiative is on the local church level.

Order a FREE Prayer for Jerusalem Packet, which contains helpful materials such as posters, prayer cards, videos, flyers and children’s resources for your church.

In Jerusalem? Click here for more information if you will be in Jerusalem on Oct. 5 and would like to attend the Jerusalem celebration of the DPPJ that will be broadcast by GOD TV around the world.

We thank you for putting action to your prayers and taking part in seeing God’s true peace for Jerusalem unfold in this hour of history.

May the Lord’s Shalom rest over each of you.

Note: Rev. Robert Stearns and Dr. Jack Hayford are the co-chairman for the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem. Dr. Paul Cedar is on the executive committee for DPPJ.

If you have not yet done so, please make sure to add your name to the tens of thousands of Christians around the world who have signed the “Call To Prayer Resolution.” Be sure to check out the free online resources as well as the DPPJ materials available in more than 20 languages.

For more information, call the DPPJ office at 1-800-519-4647 or visit daytopray.com.

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