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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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Prayer and Renewal

Prayer and Renewal

Prayer is as essential as air and water if we are to maintain a spiritual life of constant contact with God. If we don’t make that connection, no matter how sincere our intentions, we will not see a change in the circumstances of our life. We must pray! James 4:2...

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The Necessity of Intercessory Prayer

The Necessity of Intercessory Prayer

Prayer is an essential part of the life of a Believer. But just what is prayer? It has been described by some as practicing the presence of God. By others, it is defined as the abandonment of self-reliance and the admission of our need for and our total confidence in...

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Remembering Shimon Peres

Remembering Shimon Peres

Though God has allowed me to travel to Israel numerous times and spend the last 40 years defending His Chosen People, meeting with leaders from around the world and having the privilege of being a friend and confidant of Israel's prime ministers, I can truly say that...

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Why Jerusalem Matters

Why Jerusalem Matters

Jerusalem matters. It is vital to God's plan for the past, present, and future of our world. All of the land, including Jerusalem, was a gift from Jehovah, and the ownership of Israel’s land is non-negotiable. In March 2002, Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) addressed the...

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A Royal Land Grant

A Royal Land Grant

The Lord gave Abraham and his descendants, Isaac and Jacob, the title deed to the land of Israel. He declared that it would be their possession perpetually. In Genesis, God spoke: “The same day the Lord made a covenant with Abram, saying: ‘To your descendants I have...

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The Ancient Stones Speak

The Ancient Stones Speak

When standing on the Mount of Olives, the sweeping panorama of Jerusalem is breathtaking. The multi-towered landscape is a splendid drama written in stone, one that has received rave reviews from countless pilgrims to the Holy Land. Seen from atop the mount are...

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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

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…

America has Finally Decided the Bible is Not Illegal

When President Donald Trump arrived in Jerusalem for Israel’s 50th anniversary, Friends of Zion had billboards erected around the city declaring, “Trump, Make Israel Great” and “Trump is a Friend of Zion.” Little did anyone realize how much this president would do for Israel. Not only did he recognize Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, but…

How to Experience God's Favor

When people ask me how I’m doing, I respond, “I am blessed and highly favored. I’m the most blessed man I know.” Now please understand that these blessings and favor are not the result of me being something special; it’s all about God. The amazing favor is on my life because of a covenant I cut with God…

The Exodus

Though the Allies succeeded in defeating Germany in World War II, the long years of fighting took a heavy toll on the British government.  The famed empire on which “the sun never sets” was strained to the breaking point.  The last thing England wanted was another round of fighting in the Middle East.  Having determined that appeasing the…

Peace Prizes, but No Peace

In 1992, the government of Norway offered to act as an intermediary between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization in an effort to bring lasting peace to the region. They were hoping to follow up on the Madrid Conference from the previous year, which had not produced any concrete results. A series of increasingly high-level…

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Israel’s coronavirus death toll exceeds 50; cases climb to 8,611

Increased lockdown measures in several cities

06 Apr 2020jpost.com

Virus carrier nabbed on bus to J’lem, accused of deliberately endangering public

Arrested for fleeing quarantine; 34 passengers ordered to self-isolate

06 Apr 2020timesofisrael.com

Three Jerusalem municipality workers attacked in ultra-Orthodox neighborhood

Police arrest Haredi suspects over knife assault requiring stitches

06 Apr 2020timesofisrael.com

IDF chief visits virus-stricken Bnei Brak as troops operate inside city

Military begins distributing aid to residents of ultra-Orthodox city

06 Apr 2020timesofisrael.com

PA repurposes West Bank hospital for virus cases after infected man visits site

Carrier walked through several sections of the medical facility

06 Apr 2020timesofisrael.com

PA bans Israeli goods to prevent spread of coronavirus

In the past, the PA banned the entry of settlement products

06 Apr 2020jpost.com

Olive branches handed out on Palm Sunday in near-deserted Jerusalem

The beginning of Holy Week, commemorates Jesus’s arrival in Jerusalem

06 Apr 2020jpost.com

Gantz asks Rivlin for more coalition-forming time

Gantz’s mandate is set to end on April 13, but Rivlin can extend it

06 Apr 2020jpost.com

Useless homes

Instead of building useless homes, politicians should be role models

06 Apr 2020jpost.com

Police deploy in force as virus-struck Bnei Brak becomes ‘restricted zone’

Over 1,000 officers set up checkpoints to close off ultra-Orthodox city

03 Apr 2020timesofisrael.com
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