What Leaders Are Saying
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Read what some of the world's top leaders are saying about the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem.

Lance Wallnau
 - Lance Learning Group
"Praying for the peace of Jerusalem, especially the way that we’re doing it in unity, is the invitation that God gives us to re-calibrate our hearts and our heads with the spiritual reality of the drama that is working out in Israel, as it affects the advancing of the kingdom globally. The two are connected, and the Day of Prayer is heaven's way of re-calibrating the church in its alignment."
Larry Stockstill
 - Bethany World Prayer Center
"With Israel facing its most desperate hour, now more than ever we must be on our prayer watch on their behalf. Thank God for Eagles' Wings taking the lead role in this effort!"
Lila Terhune
 - Cross Pollination
"Prayer is the key to an open heart. We can't remain indifferent to the subject of our prayers. When we pray for the 'Peace of Jerusalem,' the passion of His heart will be deposited into us. We will long to see His people regathered and His city restored."
Luc Henrist
 -  Chrétiens Amis d'Israël (CFI Belgium)
"As Christians, we believe in prayer, and we pray for our nations and for our cities. But there is one city for which the Bible specifically mentions that we should pray: Jerusalem. How many of us actually pray for the 'Peace' of this city? Now is the time to start praying for this city where Jesus ministered, where He was crucified, where He rose from the dead and where He will come back! He is the one who will bring the "Peace" we are praying for, because only He is the "Prince of Peace!"
Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda
 - Chavda Ministries International
"Each of us needs direction for our lives. God wants His people not to walk in confusion but in clarity. I have discovered that clarity comes to us as we make the things important to God as compass points in our lives. We find in Scripture that the most important piece of geography on God’s heart is Jerusalem. Is. 2:3, "Many people shall come and say, Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, To the house of the God of Jacob; He will teach us His ways, And we shall walk in His paths. For out of Zion shall go forth the law, And the word of the LORD from Jerusalem." Ps. 122:6, "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: May they prosper who love you." The restored Jewish state with Jerusalem as its capital will be the seat of government of the Lord on His return. It is imperative that, as Daniel, we make this our priority in these last days as we await the return of the Messiah. Dan. 6:10, "Now when Daniel knew that the writing was signed, he went home. And in his upper room, with his windows open toward Jerusalem, he knelt down on his knees three times that day, and prayed and gave thanks before his God, as was his custom since early days."
Malcolm Hedding
 - International Christian Embassy Jerusalem
"There is no more urgent time to embrace the initiative since again the Jewish people in the state of Israel are under threat. Prayer is the most powerful force in the universe and we should all be involved."
Matt Sorger
 - Matt Sorger Ministries
"God is sending an awakening to Israel on many levels in this hour. The Church must take a Scriptural stand to pray in God's end-time purposes for Israel and the nations. When we bless Israel, we can't help but be blessed in return!"
Matthew Barnett
 - The Dream Center, Los Angeles
“There are significant times when the church as a world-wide body needs to unite in prayer and to declare the things of God and stand on His promises. As followers of Jesus, we stand together at this time to lift up Jerusalem and the surrounding nations, and to declare the peace that is above all understanding - that comes only from Him.”
Matthew Brown
 - Pentecostal Temple
Our privilege to pray for the peace of Jerusalem enhances our devotion to that designated place of blessing. Our congregation is connected to the world in a greater way by centering our prayer focus on global transformation, and by believing God for His promise concerning the Church and its blessing to Jerusalem.
Michael Little
 - Christian Broadcasting Network
"The enemy of our souls wants to destroy Israel; he is opposed to the peace of Jerusalem, just as he is opposed to God's peace working in each one of us. It is essential that we obey the Scriptures and pray for the peace of Jerusalem, for the people of Israel, and for all those that are influenced by the Prince of Peace around the world. So we come together on a very special day in October to pray for the peace of Jerusalem in order to impact our globe today."
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