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Friday, October 3, 2008


The Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem is the pinnacle of xian idolatry in the Holy Land. It is a yearly event held in Jerusalem on the first Sunday of October. It is broadcast over the internet, television, phone and teleconferencing to the whole world. Many Israeli political and religious leaders participate in this event. Keep in mind that the xians believe that the only one who can bring peace to Jerusalem is yeshu, so they are actually praying for the "second coming".
This what they have to say about the event
"This October 5th, we will be joining our prayers with brothers and sisters in Christ from every tongue, tribe, and nation, throughout the 24-hour prayer teleconference for the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem. Through the ministry of Greater Calling, we can join together around the world to pray with one heart and one mind for Jerusalem. This is an exhilarating and powerful experience that you don’t want to miss!"

"Supported by over a thousand Christian leaders and with over 200,000 churches participating from 175 nations, the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem is a time for the world to bow in prayer for God’s purposes to come to pass in His Holy City.

We are just days away from a powerful moment, when millions of Christians in every nation across the planet will join in faith and unity to pray together for the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem. This massive prayer initiative, one of the largest in Church history, has now been reported and referenced by major news outlets around the world. The Jerusalem Celebration of the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem will be carried live into 192 nations on GOD TV. Literally, in every corner of the planet, churches are preparing to stand in agreement with Psalm 122, and with one another in hope, and pray for God's presence and peace to flood the streets of Jerusalem, and minister peace to all of her inhabitants, Jew and Arab alike."

"Begun in 2002 in meetings with leading political and religious leaders from Israel and the United States, this is now the largest prayer movement of its kind, with over 1000 key leaders within the Evangelical Christian world lending their active support."

It is scheduled to begin at 4pm Sunday.

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