15 May 2018

"March of the Nations" - 15 May 2018

1 Sivan 5778
Rosh Chodesh
45 Days of the Omer

To celebrate Israel's 70th Independence Day on May 14th, there will be a "March of Nations" - like Sukkot only with an emphasis on Holocaust survivors, if you can fathom that - on May 15th. Calling it a march of "nations" is a bit of a misnomer because this is most assuredly a Christian event - a joint US Christian, EU Christian, and Israeli-Messianics event.  It takes place from 13 May through 15 May, culminating in the "march" on the 15th.


At Binyanei Ha'Uma...

May 13 - Conference, Arrival
  •  7:30 pm     Worship Concert and Welcome
May 14 - Conference, Encounter With Holocaust Survivors
  •  8:00 am       Worship and Prayer
  •  9:00 am       Israel and the Church
  •  3:00 pm       Special Afternoon with Holocaust Survivors 
  •  8:00 pm       Worship Concert
May 15 - March, Festival of Life
  •  8:00 am        Worship and Prayer
  •  9:00 am        Spiritual Preparation for the March of the Nations through Jerusalem
  • 11:00 am       Christian-Jewish Encounter with Special Guest MK Yehudah Glick
  •  5:00 pm        March of the Nations begins at the Knesset and proceeds to Mt. Zion
  •  8:00 pm        "Festival of Life” at Sultan’s Pool with a concert 
Join us for this once-in-a-lifetime tour as we experience Israel's special 70th birthday celebration! ...see the city of the great King [Yeshu]...Jerusalem!

Gain a unique Judeo-Christian understanding of Israel, the land of the scriptures! Visit Jewish and Christian treasured places, and receive inspiration from Rabbi Dan Gordon, Rabbinic advisor to the National March of Remembrance. Hear key historical information from Holocaust studies professor, David Lawhon, participate in the March of the Nations, as thousands of Jews and Christians show their support for Israel, and proclaim the enduring value of Jewish life in the world. See the contrast of ancient and modern, and experience the international texture of Israeli culture. Join key March of Remembrance leaders and friends experiencing this once in a lifetime special celebration—Israel’s 70th birthday. Participate in all the events for this historical March of the Nations that will take place on May 13–15, 2018, a historic date: the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the State of Israel. Jews and Christians from all nations will come to Jerusalem for a special conference. Together with Israelis from all spheres of society, those physically able will walk from the Knesset to Mt. Zion: We will honor Holocaust survivors, demonstrate publicly that the nations stand side by side with Israel and say “No!” to anti-Semitism!  
So, there you have it, a march from the point of political secular power to the point of Christian religious power - Mt. Zion - which was handed over to the Vatican by that same secular government! How symbolic!!




7 comments:

  1. The rise and fall of evil - the rise and fall of zion, amalek, edom, and erev rav
    Javk

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  2. B"H

    I saw lots of xtian tourists downtown this afternoon. A lot of Asians. Maybe Tibetans or something similar. There were plenty of them with their tour guides.

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    1. I heard this from others as well. When questioned, many of them say they are here for the March of the Nations and the conference at Binyanei Hauma.

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  3. Yes, another Christian Dominionist, Michelle Bachman.

    Quote: "Speaking with the radio show “Washington Watch” in November 2015, Bachmann called for efforts to convert Jews en masse to Christianity to hasten the End of Days.

    “We recognize the shortness of the hour,” Bachmann said, “and that’s why we as a remnant want to be faithful in these days and do what it is that the Holy Spirit is speaking to each one of us, to be faithful in the Kingdom and to help bring in as many as we can — even among the Jews — share Jesus Christ with everyone that we possibly can because, again, He’s coming soon.”

    On Sunday, however, Bachmann said she ‘repented’ for the “horrible and arrogant way” she and other Christians had treated Jewish in the past.

    Speaking at a special Jerusalem Day Bible study session at the Knesset organized by the Knesset Caucus for the Encouragement of Bible Study, the Schindler Society, and Israel365, Bachmann said she sought “repentance from the Jewish people for the horrible and arrogant way Christians – myself included – treated and regarded the Jewish people.”

    “I ask for forgiveness from the Jewish people for what it is that we have done,” said Bachmann. “I apologize profoundly and ask forgiveness from the Almighty God that these statements brought pain.”

    Using the Hebrew term for God, “Hashem”, Bachmann said she had a profound change of heart since her 2015 comments.

    “He is truly changing the world and He is changing my heart.”

    Likud MK and Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick took part in the special event at the Knesset, along with Kfar Shmaryahu’s Rabbi Oriel Einhorn, Rabbi Tuly Weisz, and leaders of the American Evangelical “Schindler Society”, Jim Garlow and his wife Rosemary Schindler Garlow."

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  4. Don't understand why our people are so naive and even stupid to believe and go along with all this fanfare with the goyim. Over 2000 years of hatred and Jewish bloodshed and 'learned nothing'. It's like the tumah of the Erev Rav (black magic) has a hold over most of our nation, in holy EY and in the galut.
    At least they're not holding all this treifus on Yom Yerushalayim (gematria 28 'koach') and holding these marches and parades (so goyish) tomorrow.
    Guess our people always have to learn the hard way; but please H', this time let it be b'rachamim and a nes m'Shamayim that HE also blesses the nation with wisdom to see the truth from their falsehoods.
    nili

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