Are you one of those Christians who has longed to go to Israel but just keeps putting it off?
Have you been making excuses for years that have put off that once-in-a-lifetime trip?
Do you know the Lord is tugging at your heart to visit His land, where He walked, and see the greatest miracle the world has ever known?
If so, then let me urge you to come to Israel with Jonathan Cahn and me this November – right after the presidential election.
There’s simply no better way to experience the miracle of Israel than with messianic rabbi Jonathan Cahn, the two-time New York Times bestseller author of “The Harbinger” and “The Mystery of the Shemitah.”
We’re the odd couple: A messianic Jew and a messianic Arab. Sometimes, for laughs, we call it the Farah-Cahn tour. The two of us are proof positive there can be peace in the Middle East. And we’re both looking forward to the day that Jesus-Yeshua makes it happen.
But we want you to come to Israel with us this fall because you need a spiritual recharge – the kind that comes only from being in the land or miracles.
Spectacular video! You never know what you’ll see in a WND Israel tour – including goats grazing in trees!
The very existence of the state of Israel in 2014 is evidence of the greatest miracle of modern times. Don’t take my word for it. Listen to what God says.
After the Exodus, God was known as “the One who led the children of Israel out of Egypt.” It was a mighty miracle – maybe the biggest since Creation itself or the Flood. But God promises in Jeremiah 16:14-15 a miracle he delivered in the 20th century – the re-formation of the modern Israeli state.
“Therefore, behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that it shall no more be said, The Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt; But, The Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north, and from all the lands whither he had driven them: and I will bring them again into their land that I gave unto their fathers.”
There you have it – by God’s own word, the re-gathering of the children of Israel in the 20th and 21st centuries, a process still going on today, is a bigger miracle than the parting of the Red Sea and taking 3.5 million Jews out of Egypt and into the Promised Land.
That’s part of the excitement of traveling to Israel.
I’ve been to Israel many, many times. I worked in the Middle East as a foreign correspondent in the 1980s. I came back in the 1990s for a visit or two. And this will be my fifth trip in the last four years.
Spiritually, there’s no other place comparable on the face of the earth. That’s a fact. Where else can you go in the world where Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joshua, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Jeremiah, Daniel, David, Solomon and Jesus walked? No place. There is nothing else like it.
There are promises from God about this land – some of which have been fulfilled and others yet to be fulfilled.
There are promises to the people of this land, too. Make no mistake about that. And, for you Christians out there, remember what Paul wrote to you about in the book of Romans: That you are grafted in to the promises of the children of Israel, not a replacement of that covenantal, everlasting promise.
The opposition to Israel we see in the world today is merely confirmation of what we should expect, is it not?
Zechariah recorded: “And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it.”
And it’s in this place that Jesus will return, we see in Zechariah 14:4: “And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the east, and the mount of Olives shall cleave in the midst thereof toward the east and toward the west, and there shall be a very great valley; and half of the mountain shall remove toward the north, and half of it toward the south.”
You don’t want to wait until then. You want to see Jerusalem before and after.
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