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Why?...Because of God's Covenant!

Why did God chose the nation of Israel?

Because in the very beginning, God made a covenant with Abraham.

Genesis 15:18 explains:
"On that day the Lord made a covenant with Abram and said,
'To your descendants I give this land, from the Wadi of Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates.'" 

When our faithful God makes a covenant, He will absolutely keep it! Therefore, God has continued to stand firm in his promises to Abraham, Israel, and the Jewish people. This gives us confidence knowing that what God says to us, He will surely fulfill His word!

Watch and learn more about the importance of God's covenant with the Jewish people. As you watch this video, we pray that you will be inspired to dig into the word to discover more about our covenant-keeping God and the promises he has made and kept with Israel!

Stay tuned for the last video in this teaching series to explore why God continues to love and contend for the nation of Israel.

Why?...Because of God's Love!

Why is God bringing the Jewish people back to the land of Israel and restoring the land?

The main reason is because God LOVES  Israel and the Jewish people! From the very beginning, God has had a love relationship with the Jewish people. 

Deuteronomy 7:7-8 explains God's heart towards Israel from the very beginning:

"The Lord did not set his affection on you and choose you because you were more numerous than other peoples, for you were the fewest of all peoples. But it was because the Lord loved you..."

Watch and learn more about this fascinating topic in this video from ICEJ President Jürgen Bühler, as he teaches from inside the old city walls of Jerusalem at Christ Church. As you watch, we hope you are inspired to discover more about God's love for Israel!

Stay tuned for the next two videos in this series explaining more reasons why God cares about the nation of Israel. 

Restoration of the Jewish People

After reaching their lowest point in history, being scattered among the nations, despised, persecuted, with their land in utter desolation, Israel came to a point where a new era could begin.

God says clearly that when the time comes he will gather the Jewish people back to their homeland. Today, this is happening right in front of our eyes! God is dealing with Israel in a sovereign way, and He expects the Gentiles to speak tenderly to the Jewish people. God's intention from the beginning has been the spiritual restoration of the Jewish people.

Watch this video as Rev. Mojmir Kallus, VP of International Affairs, closes this series by wrapping up the final conclusion of what the word of God says about the spiritual condition of the Jewish people.

Thank you for watching this four-part series. We hope you were greatly blessed!

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From Wastelands to Blooming Gardens

In Isaiah 6:11, Isaiah asks the Lord how long this spiritual hardness will remain for the Jewish people:

"Then I said, 'Lord, how long?' And He answered: 'Until the cities are laid waste and without inhabitant, the houses are without a man, the land is utterly desolate.'"

By the mid 1800's, God fulfilled these words about the land of Israel. Israel had to reach it's lowest place with no hope, so only God could change the desert wastelands into streams of living water.

If you travel to Israel today, you will see a very different picture of Israel. The land is no longer desolate, but instead it is full of Jewish people that have returned to the land from the four corners of the earth. God has turned the desert wastelands into blooming gardens. And even in the midst of their enemies, Israel has a thriving economy that is also a great blessing to the nations.

Watch this video as Rev. Mojmir Kallus, VP of International Affairs, takes us deeper into the word of God to see what God has done, is doing, and will do with the nation of Israel.

Watch Part Four - Restoration of the Jewish People »

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The Hardening of Israel - Isaiah's Encounter With God

In Isaiah 6:8, Isaiah explains his encounter with God: "Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: 'Whom shall I send, and who will go for Us?' Then I said, 'Here am I! Send me.'”

He was then entrusted with a very difficult message from God in the next verses (9-10):

"And He said, 'Go, and tell this people: "Keep on hearing, but do not understand; Keep on seeing, but do not perceive." 'Make the heart of this people dull, and their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; Lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and return and be healed.'”

Isaiah understood the message of punishment, but he also knew that it was only a matter of time when God would turn his face again to His people. Israel will suffer, but NOT forever. Therefore, let us examine our hearts before judging the Jews.

Watch this video of Rev. Mojmir Kallus, VP of International Affairs, as he digs into the book of Isaiah to further discover the context and meaning behind God's message to Isaiah. 

Watch Part Three - From Wastelands to Blooming Gardens »

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The Hardening of Israel

How does Israel’s hardening towards Jesus and the Gospel fit into God's plan to bring salvation to the world? How long will it last? What will happen when this “hardening in part” is removed?

Join Rev. Mojmir Kallus, VP of International Affairs, as he addresses difficult Bible passages explaining the spiritual condition of the hardening of the hearts of the Jewish people. He examines these biblical truths to bring greater clarity and understanding. Let us approach these Scriptures with an open mind and ask the Holy Spirit to guide us into the whole truth. 

Watch Part Two  - Isaiah's Encounter with God »

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Have You Not Read? Part Two

"Now the Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true." (Acts 17:11)

In this verse, we discover believers who were eager to receive Paul's message, yet also displayed wisdom by digging into the Scriptures to make sure Paul's teaching aligned with God's truth. 

ICEJ President Jürgen Bühler, addresses the destructive trend in the modern Church to separate from the word of God, and emphasises the great importance to value and read the Bible every day: "The Word of God, from Genesis to Revelation, is squarely about the person of Jesus."

As you watch the last video of this series, we pray you will be filled with a fresh passion for God's Word. We encourage you to make God's Word your daily food, and as you do we know the Lord will bless you greatly!

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Aaron Shust Sings "Zion" in Zion!

At the Feast of Tabernacles 2018, Aaron Shust lead worship and performed his original song, "Zion." This was a dream come true for him, because it was his very first opportunity to sing "Zion" in the actual place of Zion in Jerusalem!

Aaron has had many opportunities to sing this song, and each time he does, he also explains the heart behind the lyrics:

"Oh, daughters of Zion. Oh, Abraham's sons. Hear the words of your Father. Hear His promise of love. I will make you a blessing, so count the stars if you can. You will be a great nation. I will give you this land. I will bring you back home." 

These lyrics - taken directly from Scripture passages - demonstrate God's heart and purposes for the Jewish people and Israel. When Aaron performs this song, he asks the crowd, "Do you believe God keeps His promises?" And everyone usually shouts, "Yes!" So Aaron responds, referencing Romans 11: "Well, God keeps His promises with Israel, too!" 

We are thankful for our promise-keeping God and His incredible plans for the people and land of Israel! As you watch this video, be inspired to come to Zion and celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles with us, which is less than three weeks away!

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Have You Not Read? - Part One

Right in the heart of Jerusalem, ICEJ President Jürgen Bühler, addresses the destructive issue of the Church separating from the word of God. He goes on to explain how Jesus Himself related to the word of God.

Jesus referred to the Old Testament by saying, "Have you not read?" or "Have you not heard?" more than 20 times in the New Testament. Jesus had all the authority to establish a new set of rules, but he knew the writings of the Old Testament was the truth that God His Father had set in place. 

As you watch part one of this teaching series, we hope you are inspired to pick up your Bible and spend time reading God's precious promises and truth. We pray that God will open your mind to understand the word of God in a fresh way!

To read Dr Jürgen Bühler's full article about this subject, click here!

Feast Worship- Eddie James

"Its about to get crazy for Jesus," Eddie James said last year at the Feast of Tabernacles right before him and his young worship team lead thousands of Christians from around the world in a powerful time of worship to our God!

Eddie James has been leading worship at the Feast for many years, and he said, "I can't think of a worship leader's greater dream. To see God's glory come to every tribe tongue and nation. This is amazing."

The heart behind Eddie James worship team is to stir faith and courage in the hearts of the youth all around the world! Watch this video to hear more of Eddie James passionate heart for Jesus, and watch his young worship team dance and sing with all of their hearts for the glory of God!

As you watch this video, we pray that God will stir excitement in your heart to join us and Eddie James in a powerful time of praise to our God at the Feast of Tabernacles! 



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