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‘This is the blessing God offers to you today’ – Rev. Mike Evans

July 8, 2016

This is the blessing God offers to you today (Rev. Mike Evans)

Dear Rev. Robert,

I love the precious promises of God, and this is one of my favorites! Psalm 133:3 says, “As the dew of Hermon, and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the LORD commanded the blessing, even life for evermore.”

When we agree with the things in God’s heart…when we bless what God wants to bless,He releases His abundance into our lives. Notice this very, very carefully. This is not just “a” blessing, but “the” blessing. Throughout Scripture, we see people talk about God as “the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.” They used that phrase because they wanted the same blessing that those patriarchs had. That blessing—the one that touches every part of life and future generations, the one that sees the promises of God fulfilled through faith—is the blessing God offers to you today.

When you support the Jerusalem Prayer Team as we stand with and for the Jewish people, you are in agreement with God’s heart. You are supporting and blessing “the apple of His eye.” And because of that, you WILL receive His blessing!

The work of the Jerusalem Prayer Team is so vitally important…and we need your help right now to establish a headquarters for spirit war that God has called us to build in Jerusalem. Today, I am asking you to do something that will bring God’s favor and blessing upon you in a new and powerful way by helping us bring the Friends of Zion Heritage Center to life in the Holy City.

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