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.

Jill Austin
 - Master Potter Ministries
"Praying for the peace of Jerusalem is a Biblical mandate from the Lord Himself. It is His heartbeat for His people. This intense, strategic battle between the kingdom of darkness and the Kingdom of God will only be won on our knees when we, the Body of Christ, unite in agreement and...give Him no rest until He establishes Jerusalem and makes her a praise in the earth. Isa. 62:7 (Amplified). Because I am a German Jew, this call is a top priority of mine!" Please note: Although Jill Austin went home to be with Jesus on January 09, 2009, her exhortation is as relevant now as when she first shared it with us.
Jim Hutchens
 - The Jerusalem Connection International
"As we pray for the peace of Jerusalem, we are also responding to the mandate, “to comfort, yes comfort my people, says the Lord. Speak tenderly to Jerusalem.” (Isa. 40:1-2) In keeping this commitment to pray we are “showing mercy because of the mercy we have received in Christ. (Rom. 11:30-31)"
Joel Rosenberg
 - The Joshua Fund
"As the Iranian nuclear threat grows, and leaders throughout the epicenter threaten the Jewish State with annihilation, now is the time for followers of Jesus Christ to bless Israel and pray faithfully for the peace of Jerusalem."
John and Carol Arnott
 - Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship
"Not only does the Bible say that we should pray for the peace of Jerusalem, but we should also as believers, remember that Jerusalem is the place, the city, that God has chosen to establish His name. Israel is the fulfillment of God’s promise to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, so it is testimony to the world that God is One who is faithful to His promises. I think as we grab a hold of that fulfillment of promise, our faith increases and we are able to establish ourselves more and more in the word of God."
John and Lisa Bevere
 - Messenger International
"Israel is at this moment in time when they are coming of age, and it really is that time when they come into this season of maturity that Christians begin to rally around Israel and not just pray, but have the effectual fervent prayer. The Bible says in James that the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man and woman makes much available. We need to see whatever God needs to release available for Israel, to Israel, through Israel. We need to pray for the provision of heaven, favor of heaven, strategies of heaven, the mandate of Heaven on this nation to come forth."
John Kilpatrick
 - John Kilpatrick Ministries
"At the end of the age, the nation of Israel will not be so much the issue; but the city of Jerusalem will. This one city alone will determine whether nations will continue or whether they will fall. The history of Jerusalem is inspiring but the future of Jerusalem is breathtaking! I bless you for standing up for the city of God."
John Paul Jackson
 - Streams Ministries International
"We would do well to heed and believe with the apostle Paul when he penned, “If their transgression means riches for the world, and their loss means riches for the Gentiles, how much greater riches will their fullness bring." We must pray for the peace of Jerusalem, that their fullness might be fulfilled."
Kay Arthur
 - Precept Ministries International
"God's mandate is recorded for us in the book of Isaiah. We are to give Him no rest until He establishes Jerusalem, His Earthly Zion, as a praise in all the earth. The mandates of God are to be obeyed. How then can we excuse ourselves?"
Keith and Janet Miller
 - Stand Firm World Ministries
"We are given the mandate and the blessings from the Lord to Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem. It is very important for us, as the body of Christ to pray for the Peace of Jerusalem and to support the nation of Israel. We are blessed to be part of the prayer group of Praying for the Peace of Jerusalem."
Kenneth Copeland
 - Kenneth Copeland Ministries
"I cannot improve upon the 122nd Psalm in Verses 8 and 9. For my brethren and companions sake, I will now say Peace be within you! For the sake of the House of the Lord our God I will seek and require your good, oh Jerusalem. I will pray with all my heart for your peace."
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