Jews Worldwide Now Moving to Israel in Unprecedented Droves as Prophesied in Bible Old Testament Book of Jeremiah
Jeremiah 31:1-2; Genesis 17:7, 19; Hosea 1:10
6-18-20, Breaking Israel News -- Spokesman for the Jewish community of Hebron Rabbbi Yishai Fleisher released an “invitation” for Jews worldwide to move back to Israel hinting that the comfort they enjoyed in America could be coming to an end.
The latest forecast from Jerusalem says that the Jewish state of Israel is expecting 90,000 Jews from the diaspora to emigrate to Israel by the end of 2021. The process of Jewish people worldwide naturalizing in Israel is called ‘Aliyah’. According to Jewish tradition, when Rachel's father Laban deceived Jacob giving her older sister Leah in marriage in her stead, Rachel revealed to Leah a secret sign she had made with Jacob in order to spare Leah from embarrassment. Rachel had unparalleled selflessness and love for her sister, it is Rachel’s prayers, tears and cries for compassion to her children that are heard by God more than any other biblical figure. God promises Rachel that those tears are not for naught, but rather “There is a reward for your labor” and “your children shall return to their country.” (Jeremiah 31:16)
Josh Wander, founder of the Bring them Home organization which educates Jews on the spiritual importance of making Aliyah said: “With the combination of corona, financial instability, widespread unrest and antisemitism, Jews are again shaken to their core for the first time and are looking for alternative places to live.
There are those out there who say that ‘this too shall pass’ [Rev 21:10] and I constantly remind them that during the plagues in Egypt, the goal of the plagues was to send a message to the Egyptians which unfortunately – they didn’t receive well. It’s possible that the riots will die down and they’ll fix the economy (although I don’t see that happening). But even if that does happen, the divine message for people to return is there.”
"There is hope for your future [Israel] —declares Hashem [God]:
Your children shall return to their country."
Jeremiah 31:13 (The Israel Bible™)
God's covenant for the Jewish homeland was with Abraham and his wife, Sarah:
Genesis 17:15-19, 22:1-2
- sad, John 14:1
- have sinned, Psalm 51:1
- facing danger, Psalm 91:1
- faith needs stimulation, Hebrews 11:1
- alone and sad, Psalm 23:1
"PRAY & WATCH"
Mark 13:33, 37
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