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Revival and Repentance

Revival and Repentance

I was in Caesarea in Israel at the home of my attorneys, a husband and wife team.  We were having lunch one day, and they had three Israeli generals there for lunch.  (These are very famous attorneys in Israel.)  And as we sat down to have lunch, the wife knew that I...

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Healing a Nation

Healing a Nation

Without humility and repentance, prayer has no power.  There will be no healing of a nation from division, there will be no healing of a nation from a plague, there will be no healing of a nation from economic collapse until God's people seek His face as He has...

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Fireproof Christians

Fireproof Christians

We are living in a time of shaking.  But I have some wonderful news for you...idols may be big, but they don't have any power.  Human rulers may be strong, but they cannot stand against God.  Disease may be serious, but it bows before the Great Physician.  Times are...

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God’s Church Needs Repentance and Revival

God’s Church Needs Repentance and Revival

God’s house today is not a house of prayer. Why are we lying about that? If Jesus came into the average church in America, He would turn over the tables as He did in the Temple because it’s not a place of prayer. There is not red-hot prayer going on there. At best,...

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The Idols Must Come Down

The Idols Must Come Down

In this time of crisis and uncertainty and fear, everything that can be shaken is being shaken. The things in which people put their faith—the economy, the political system, the education system, and even the churches—have been closed. This is something none of us...

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A Prophetic Pattern

A Prophetic Pattern

Isaiah, Esther, Nehemiah, and so many more heard God's call and took a stand. Today, God is calling once again...but that raises a vital question. When God calls, who will answer? Those who have the heart to obey regardless of the cost. The prophet Isaiah was one such...

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Prayer and God’s Will

Prayer and God’s Will

In the entire New Testament, Jesus taught His disciples only one prayer; some today refer to it as the Lord’s Prayer. Though many of us recite it from memory in services or on occasions where various denominations gather, how often do we really think about its...

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Don’t Let Fear Rule Your Life

Don’t Let Fear Rule Your Life

Often when Believers are set in a place of authority, it is not long before the Enemy raises his ugly head, determined to target the faithful—and Daniel was no exception. Soon others in the court were plotting, “So the governors and satraps sought to find some charge...

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How to Stay Faithful to God

How to Stay Faithful to God

Daniel and three young companions were among the scores carried off to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar’s armies. They were snatched from their homes and families, and we are not told if any family members survived the battle and ransacking of Jerusalem. The young men would...

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Battle Stations

Battle Stations

The time has come for Christians everywhere to stand up and “Blow the trumpet in Zion, consecrate a fast, call a sacred assembly” (Joel 2:15). There is a gap, a breach to be filled, and a price to be paid. Dedicated watchmen are needed on every wall. God’s Word is...

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Benjamin Netanyahu

Prime Minister of Israel

Prime Minister of Israel“Mike Evans is a fighter for freedom in a world of darkening and narrowing horizons. In his devotion to Israel, Mike has consistently demonstrated the moral clarity that is necessary to defend Israel against the lies and distortions of its enemies, and championed the Jewish people’s claim to the Land of Israel…I look forward to strengthening our friendship on his many future visits to Israel.”

Ehud Olmert

Former Prime Minister of Israel

Former Prime Minister of Israel“I have known Mike Evans for more than two decades, and I consider him to be a great friend of Jerusalem and the State of Israel. He has always been there for us in our time of need speaking out with courage and compassion. Mike Evans is a true ambassador of Jerusalem, representing millions of Christians in America.”

Dr. Jack Hayford

Pastor/President, The King’s Seminary

Jack Hayford“May this day be blessed by a new visitation of God’s purpose for you. Please know how thankful we are for you as well as for the privilege of your friendship and fellowship. Blessings, dear brother. You are loved and esteemed in His life and the partnership in ministry for the Kingdom we so richly enjoy.”

Danny Ayalon

Ambassador of Israel

Ambassador of Israel“The Prime Minister (Ariel Sharon) would like to express his personal appreciation to you, Mike Evans, for being such a great friend of Jerusalem and the State of Israel, speaking out with courage and compassion for over two decades. He salutes your achievements and wishes you continued success.”

The Late Oral Roberts

Founder/Chancellor, Oral Roberts University

Oral Roberts, Founder/Chancellor“You are both special to Evelyn and me and the Roberts family, and oh, to so many tens of thousands more. Your anointing of the Holy Spirit on your ability and efforts worldwide cause you to stand out among God’s chosen.”

Fob James

Former Governor of Alabama

Former Governor of Alabama“I know of no evangelical leader who has worked harder and stood more courageously beside the Jewish people. If there is any evangelical leader in America who understands the dilemma facing the city of Jerusalem and is knowledgeable on how to mobilize praying, God-fearing Americans to do something about it, it is Mike Evans. I consider him my friend, and more importantly, a friend of the nation of Israel.”

Articles

Masada, Yad Vashem and “Never Again”

Someone told me recently, “If you want to understand the mindset of the Jewish people, you need to visit two places: Masada and Yad Vashem.”  These two monuments to past horrors endured by God’s Chosen People, one ancient and one modern, stand as stark reminders.  There has been hatred of the Jewish people in our world for…

What the Next Generation Thinks of Israel

In November, students at Oberlin College in Ohio erected a memorial to a group of men who had recently died. Such memorials, both large and small, are not uncommon as friends and family do things to remember their loved ones. This memorial was very different from that. Erected by the Oberlin Students for a Free Palestine, this display…

What the World Thinks of Israel

The support of the United States for Israel is so crucial because so much of the world is openly anti-Israel.  Just before the end of 2019, the International Criminal Court refused to dismiss the ridiculous false claims against Israel filed by the Palestinian Authority.  The ICC only has jurisdiction in disputes between nations, and the PA is…

God's Unfailing Protection

EDITOR’S NOTE:  No matter how severe the threats of disease or economic collapse or war may be, God is faithful to defend and protect His children. In 1983, I traveled to Lebanon to deliver food, medicine, and Bibles to the people there. Minutes before reaching the city of Sidon, the PLO bombed the area. Had our…

Trump Doctrine of Moral Clarity

Why did Donald Trump order the drone strike that killed General Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Quds Force? What was the threat? The question of why is exceedingly more important than what.  Every U.S. president beginning with James Monroe has established a doctrine that defined their foreign policy. For example, President Jimmy Carter…

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Israel says it fended off North Korean hack attempt against defense industry

Cyber criminals tried to woo officials to gain access to their networks

13 Aug 2020timesofisrael.com

Far-right extremist settlers wound cop in clash at flashpoint West Bank outpost

Dozens of youths attack officers at demolition of illegal structures

13 Aug 2020timesofisrael.com

Army investigating after IDF missile fired at Gaza lands by kibbutz cowshed

Missile does not explode but damages shed; army probing chopper misfire

13 Aug 2020timesofisrael.com

Knesset rejects bill that would stop Netanyahu from running

PM and Opposition Leader Yair Lapid face off against each other

13 Aug 2020jpost.com

Archaeologist moms are provided with a babysitter at Azekah biblical dig

TAU prof: ‘Young female archaeologists can combine career and family

13 Aug 2020jpost.com

Women’s rights groups, activists bash Sara Netanyahu for claim she is ‘battered’

She also claimed experiencing ‘sexual violence’ from protesters

13 Aug 2020timesofisrael.com

Mysterious fortress may hold key to solve enigmas of biblical Galilee

Unearthed pottery is a mixture of Canaanite, Phoenician, Cypriot influences

13 Aug 2020jpost.com

Egypt demands end to balloon attacks on Israel

Hamas, Islamic Jihad officials may be invited to Cairo

13 Aug 2020jpost.com

The Democrats are sending mixed messages to Jerusalem

As Biden picked Kamala Harris as running mate, Ilhan Omar won primary

13 Aug 2020jpost.com

Coronavirus death toll rises to 619 as recoveries pass 60,000 mark

Monday’s 14 fatalities highest this month; over 24,000 active cases nationwide

12 Aug 2020timesofisrael.com
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