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.

Dr. Negiel Bigpond
"Israel and Native Americans are both tribal people who understand and know how to keep covenant. We are followers of The Word of GOD and understand the covenant God has with His chosen people, Israel, and we are now partakers of the same Blessing. When we pray and Bless Israel we Bless God. To us the National Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem is an opportunity to honor God as we pray for and honor His chosen people."

Jill Curry
We are privileged to live in the days that the prophets longed to see, when their words are being fulfilled and the Jewish people are returning from the ends of the earth. What a privilege to cooperate in prayer and action to see God's plans come to completion (Ezek 36:22-28). As we pray for the peace of Jerusalem, we look for the coming of the Prince of Peace to bring His eternal reign of peace. (Is 9:6-7)

Jim Showers
 - President and Executive Director of The Friends of Israel
"The privilege to pray for Israel and the peace of Jerusalem is one of the greatest blessings God bestows upon us."

Ruth Ruibal
 - Ekklesía Centro Cristiano Colombiano
"When I was a student at Columbia University several of us would spend long nights in prayer for the Jewish people and Israel. We were a small group, but now (many decades later) there are thousands of others throughout the world who through DPPJ have joined to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Israel is the only nation that was created more than three thousand years ago by God through an eternal covenant with Abraham and his descendants (Gen. 13:14-15; 17:7-8). As Romans 11 teaches, His gifts and calling are irrevocable. What a privilege it is to pray together for a land and people who gave birth to the One who has brought us life and light."

Patrick and Karen Schatzline
 - Mercy Seat Ministries
"It is time for the awakening of the Remnant! Those that will stand and pray for the peace of Jerusalem.  This is our mandate.  I am deeply honored to be a part of the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem."
Jeff Farmer
 - Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America (PCCNA)
“Praying for the peace of Jerusalem should be among our highest priorities in this life of knowing, loving and serving Christ.  Oh Father, inflame our hearts with fervent, unceasing prayer for the peace of Jerusalem. Amen!”
Christine Caine
 - Propel Women
“I am committed to joining with my brothers and sisters in Christ worldwide to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.”
Bishop Donald Hilliard
 - Senior Pastor of Cathedral International
“Praying for the peace of Jerusalem is critical; for as goes Jerusalem, so go the nations.”
Ingolf Ellsel
 - Senior-Pastor - Christ Centrum Tostedt
"Wenn ein Christ anfängt für Israel zu beten, gefällt das Gott und es wird den Beter positiv verändern."

"When a Christian starts to pray for Israel, it pleases God and it's going to change the one who prays in a positive way."

Steve Carpenter
 - Highway 19 Ministries
"Our shared future, as God’s children, has been described by the Apostle Paul as an olive tree made up of Jew and Gentile together in Messiah.  The Day to Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem is a catalyst for this reality."
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