What Leaders Are Saying
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Read what some of the world's top leaders are saying about the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem.

Jack Hayford
 - The Foursquare Church
“To pray for the peace of Jerusalem is to pray, ‘Lord, let your Kingdom come and Your will be done on earth, not only in the ultimate revelation of His King coming from Heaven, but in the present revelation of God's peace as it comes into our hearts in a troubled world, to bring to the heartbeat center of the world, something of a peace that alleviates the tensions, the hatred, the bombings, the torments.”
Pastor Samuel Rodriguez
 - President of National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
"Hispanic Evangelicals stand in support and mobilization as we pray for the Peace of Jerusalem."
Marco Barrientos
 - Centro Internacional Aliento
“The Bible says that we should pray for the peace of Jerusalem and that if we do so, we will be prosperous. But we shouldn’t just pray for Israel because we will be blessed… we should pray for the peace of Jerusalem because in their peace there will be a greater of prosperity and peace to all other nations…”
Bishop Roderick Caesar
 - Bethel Gospel Tabernacle
"The blessings of God will overtake all those who do [pray for the peace of Jerusalem]."
Mosy Madugba
 - Ministries Prayer Network
“The current on-going clarion call to mobilize prayers for the peace of Israel made by Eagles’ wings ministry could not have been made at a better time than now. The evil one is mobilizing the nations against Israel, only an effectively global coordinated prayer efforts can save Israel. May the Lord depend on all of us to make it happen.”
KP Yohannan
 - Gospel For Asia

"As our Lord told us, let us pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and He will bless it and use it to accomplish much in these last days."

Joyce Meyer
 - Joyce Meyer Ministries

"As Christians and believers in the Word of God, we have a responsibility to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. America and Israel have been friends and allies for many years now and today we must continue to stand in support of Israel. As the body of Christ we must ask God to bring them not only peace in the natural, but also peace spiritually through relationship with Jesus Christ."

Dr. Minoru Okuyama
 - Missionary Training Center (Japan)
Really and truly, it is our big privilege and honor to be able to pray... since the promise of our Lord which is written in Zechariah 8:23, “In those days ten men from all languages and nations will take firm hold of one Jew by the hem of his robe and say, 'Let us go with you, because we have heard that God is with you...' " will be realized.
Asaf Shariv
 - Consul General of the State of Israel in New York
"I think it's always the time to pray for Jerusalem. in the last 6 years, you know, Israel has been under constant attack, and recent years and the last month it's getting worse. The Iranian regime, Hamas, and Hezbollah - everybody's aiming at Jerusalem. That's why it's so important to pray for it and to fight for it, because it is the eternal capital of the Jewish people and the eternal and undivided capital of the State of Israel."
Barbara Yoder
 - Shekinah Christian Church
"We have a biblical mandate in Psalm 122:6-9 to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Our prosperity is linked to one's heart for Jerusalem. We must pray for and love Jerusalem, and seek its good if we are to prosper. I fully support this national effort to pray for the peace of Jerusalem."
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