Shabbat Shalom to the brave Israeli Air Force!
I am a Gentile but I love and admire the Jewish people because the Lord Jesus I serve Loves them. My Mother taught us all to love and honor ‘God’s Chosen’ We must Pray and stand with them especially now. REMEMBER GOD IS IN CONTROL..AND WOE TO THOSE WHO GO AGAINST HIM AND HIS. WAKE UP AMERICA AND ITS LEADERS, FOR THE WOE WILL BE YOURS IF WE DO NOT STAND WITH ISREAL
I am so proud of the land of Israel,God’s Holy Land.Got emotional when I saw this picture, the brave IAF.The Lord bless Israel with a special blessing.
i believe that we as a nation must stand behind ISRAEL. AND DO WHAT WE CAN TO HELP PROTECT HER, I BELIEVE THAT SHE IS GOING TO BE HIT FOR SHE HATED BY THOSE WHO WISH HER HARM….BUT GODS HAND IS ON ISREAL AND WOE UNTO THOSE THAT TURN THEIR BACKS ON HER SAYES THE LORD GOD ALMIGHTY,I LOVE THE JEWISH PEOPLE AND ADMIRE THEM FOR THE STAND THAT THEY TAKE TO HELP THEMSELVES. AND HERE IN AMERICA WE MUST DO WHAT EVER WE CAN TO STICK BY THEM IN WHATS AHEAD OF THEM, AND TO THIS I MAY ADD…OH GOD PLEASE HELP US ALL TO BE WILLING TO HELP PROTECT ISRAEL.THE PROPHESIES OF OLD ARE GETTING READY TO COME INTO EXHISTANCE AND WE CANNOT PREVENT IT NO MAYYER WHAT. FOR IT IS WRITTEN THAT IN THE END TIIMES, THESE THINGS SHALL COME TO PASS WHICH MEANS WARR ON ISRAEL AMONG MANY OTHER HAPPENINGS. WE ARE LIVING IN THESE LAST DAYS IN WHICH THE WORD OF GOD SPEAKS OF AS THE END TIMES.
Peace to all of my Israeli brothers and sisters! I love you all and God is watching over you and you will never fall! Jesus Christ loves you all and died for all of our sins so that we can go to heaven. Please invite Jesus Christ in to your hearts today and trust him as your Lord and Savior! Jesus is the ONLY way to Heaven! Shalom!
Thanksgiving and Hanukkah remind us to be grateful for not only our religious liberties, but also God’s miraculous provision and protection — He accomplishes for us what we cannot accomplish on our own.
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