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Breaking Israel News
Please take special note of the accompanying article. It punctuates and reinforces what we are experiencing. As we watch events unfold, we will remain persistent in expanding our preparations for the increase in Aliyah. Please continue to stand with us in this work, for His name sake. "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. I will be found by you,”...
Touched by Israel
This past February I had the opportunity to join a tour to Israel. To be perfectly honest, I must confess that I was not overly excited to go. Oh, don’t get me wrong—I faithfully prayed for the peace of Jerusalem (Psalm 122:6), but I had no real desire to go. However, God had something altogether different in mind for me! First God changed my mind about taking the trip, and then Israel changed my heart! Every sight and nearly every individual I encountered served to burrow deeper into my heart. With each passing day, the Land itself cried out to me, “Welcome home!” It felt like home—...
A SIGNAL FOR THE NATIONS
Signs in the Heavens We have a series of extraordinary signs in the heavens: four blood-red moons (lunar eclipses), interspersed with solar eclipses. The lunar eclipses occur on consecutive biblical feast days (Passover and Tabernacles) spread across two years. Two weeks after the blood-red moon on Tabernacles last October we had a partial solar eclipse, then a total solar eclipse on 20 March 15, two weeks before the blood red moon at Passover. “Then God said: ‘Let there be lights in the expanse of the heavens… for signs and for seasons…’ ” Genesis 1:14 ESV The Hebrew word translated as “...
Days of Preparation are ending
Shalom dear friends, Watching the tragedies in France last week brought us to a place of deep travail. What a wakeup call this is for all the Jewish people who live outside of Israel, as well as for those of us who proclaim, pray, assist and encourage aliyah. In the article linked below you will read about Yoav Hattab, one of the terrorist victims in Paris, who longed to make aliyah. In honor of this young man and in obedience to God, let’s stand and boldly proclaim God’s truth. Share the need for prayer and finances. Share the hope that aliyah brings to the world. Do this any way you can and...
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Who are these who fly like a cloud, like doves to their shelters?
Isaiah 60:8 (HCSB) Yesterday, Monday, July 21, hundreds of Jewish American immigrants left for Israel (made aliyah) to start their new life in the Promised Land! Yesterday, was this year’s first full, chartered flight to depart from North America. Operation Exodus USA, with your support in prayer and giving, was privileged to assist 50 of these new immigrants—7 families, 1 couple and 5 singles. Among these 50 was the 1000th immigrant (or olim) assisted from the USA! Stay tuned to our website and Facebook to learn more soon. Here are testimonies of just a few from yesterday’s flight: Elie and...
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They Want To Go More Than Ever
Today, as we watch the news from Israel, we may be deeply troubled about what is happening. No one knows what these recent events will lead to. Yet, in the epicenter is a Sovereign God who is bringing His people home! Yesterday our staff spoke with a young man who is being assisted to Israel by Operation Exodus USA. He said, “I am more anxious than ever to get there.” As of now, all who have been planning to make aliyah are moving ahead with their plans. This week we have received multiple requests for assistance. These brave and committed ones are being drawn to Israel. Each person returning...
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Latest on the Ukraine Crisis
Dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, The escalating unrest in Ukraine is a great concern for our operations in the former Soviet Union. The latest report from Vadim, our onsite leader, shares that the current situation has pushed many Jewish families to make aliyah, or at least seriously consider it: “We have noticed an increased number of Jewish families turning to us for help. In previous months, our regular statistic was helping 3-5 families monthly. However, during March we have provided support to over 60 Jewish families (more than 140 persons)." "Praise the Lord, we have maintained...
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The Holocaust, God and Our Response
You're invited to a very special event that Operation Exodus USA is sponsoring: The Road to the Holocaust: Understanding the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and Israel today - Biblical references that Christians need to know in order to be able to address these issues. Featuring Guest Speaker from Jerusalem: Dr. Susanna Kokkonen Director, Christian Friends of Yad Vashem The Holocaust Museum and Remembrance Authority, Jerusalem About our speaker: Originally from Finland, Dr. Kokkonen is affectionately called, “A Christian Ambassador for the Holocaust.” She travels around the world to speak to...
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She Saw Me in a Dream!
'If this is what you really want me to be doing with my life, Father, please confirm it in a very clear way on this trip,’ I prayed. Was I really supposed to be in Kiev, Ukraine, finding Jewish families to tell them of God’s will for them to return to Israel? Christians are supposed to do that, but was I specifically called to this kind of work? There are plenty of other things I could do to serve the Father. I wanted to be sure this was His calling so I prayed that simple prayer on the first day of the Engage Ukraine 2013 trip. Two days later He answered that prayer in a way I couldn’t have...
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I Am My Brother's Keeper
“I Am My Brother's Keeper” “Our town is burning, brothers, burning, Our poor little town is burning Angry winds are fanning higher The leaping tongues of flame and fire, The evil winds are roaring! Our whole town burns! And you stand looking with folded arms And shake your heads. You stand looking on with folded arms.” –Mordechai Gebirtig (1877-1942), murdered in Krakow Mordechai Gebirtig's poem from 1938 "S'brennt" was a response to a pogrom in the town of Przytyk in Poland. It shows well how indifference and silence from its onlookers characterized the pre-Holocaust as well as the Holocaust...