“Jewish Terrorist” Jack Tytell Sentenced to Life in Prison – Jack Teitel, the man guilty of attempted murder of Ami Ortiz in Ariel four years ago, and two other murders, was sentenced to life in prison today. We are so grateful for God’s answer to our prayers for swift justice, and continue to pray that this man will find salvation in Yeshua. Please pray for God’s continuous healing for Ami and his family, and for comfort for the families of the other victims. Please pray that this ruling will be a deterrent to all who desire to harm believers in Yeshua, especially here in Israel. Please also pray that Teitel’s eyes will be open to salvation and that he will receive forgiveness from the LORD. For a complete article on the sentencing, see Teitel Sentenced to Life
Sec. of State Kerry in Israel – John Kerry met with Israeli PM Netanyahu and Palestinian PM Fayyad this week to revive the “peace” process between Israel and the Palestinians. This is Kerry’s second visit within one month, signaling a strong resolve by the Obama administration to address the conflict in the Middle East. Chuck Hagel also announced a visit to Israel in the coming weeks, further affirming the USA’s intention to establish a Palestinian State alongside Israel in order to solve the “peace” crisis. Please continue to pray for Israel as pressure mounts to agree to “peace” at all costs, especially at the risk of being able to defend itself against hostile neighbors. Please pray for God’s intervention in this matter, and that His wisdom will lead Israel’s leaders during this time. For more, see Kerry in Israel
Please continue to pray for the Body of Messiah in Israel as Israel is facing uncertain times; please pray we will be a great source of blessing to all Israel and that through our witness, many in Israel will come to know their Messiah. Please pray for strength, courage, gentleness, and boldness in our witness to our neighbors who do not yet know Yeshua.
Thank you for praying! Have a blessed week…
The Hope for Israel Prayer Team
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