Call to Raise the Hebrew Flag
Christian, raise the Hebrew flag. Like the good Samaritan, raise the
so, we wave a huge red target on our homes for all the hatred of Israel. Even
so, raise the flag.
Jewish?” the little boy asked with hope filled eyes, staring in wonder and
amazement at the huge Hebrew flag I raised after the attack on the World
Trade Center. “No” I answered, and his face fell. “I’m a Christian,” I
continued, “and in the Bible, God says to bless Israel.” He returned a
bright but apprehensive smile, not fully understanding. He was a young boy
on his way to school. He had no idea how much it touched my heart when he
looked at the flag again, took a deep breath, puffed out his chest, smiled a
huge grin and walked away with his head held high. He showed so much joy at
seeing his national flag. It made me think.
The irrational hatred of Jews, even from those who claim to
be Christian. Our website was forced to shut down more than once because of anti-Semitism.
Hackers flooded it with posts and emails insisting that Jews were
responsible for all evil. But that is not what God tells us in the Bible.
That is not what we read in the news. That is not what I saw on that little
boy’s face; that little boy who walked away a little taller, a little
prouder, a part of a nation that has suffered unspeakable horror.
God’s chosen people. Continual targets of world-wide terrorism and
torture. Think about why Jews might hesitate to fly their own flag. Think about the suicide bombers, the “jihad”, the unquenchable hatred of
Jews that has killed millions for generations, and think about our own
families safety. To fly that flag puts them at risk. To fly that
flag could well incur the wrath of Islam, of Aryans, of any number of groups
that hate the Jews. And to fly that flag brings a sense of pride and
security to a timid little boy on his way to school.
the Hebrew flag.
through Jesus Christ, we are gentiles adopted into Israel. Because
Jesus Christ, we are also God’s chosen. Because through
Jesus Christ, we have shared a taste of the world's hatred against
God's own. And as Americans, be blessed as our country defends Israel.
Wave the American flag beside the Hebrew one and pray.
Israel. Pray for America. Pray for God’s protection. Pray for
our families. Pray for revival. But most of all, pray His will
be done. And believe.
Can we have
confidence in God's plans for our lives? Can we act in boldness regardless of
terrorists who might retaliate as we waive the Hebrew flag at our homes? Can
God protect our families? Can we trust God with all that we are and have? Absolutely.
After so many miracles, fulfilled prophesies of the Bible, and the comfort
of the Holy Spirit, there is no room for doubt. Does that mean we will not suffer? Did
Jesus suffer? Did Peter? Did Paul? Yes, they suffered. But
we know that
whatever happens, "All things work for the good of those who love God." We
may suffer in this life, but believe in the power, the truth and the might
of Jesus Christ.
bless those who bless Israel and curse those who curse Israel,” says the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
believe. Yes, raise the Hebrew flag. Yes, invite all
freedom-loving Americans to do the same.
can't believe it, I used to have a link to the shop here but someone
purchased the site and possibly put something malicisious in it's place.
Israel is always under attack in so many ways, sheesh
"Now I Know Why, I Will Not Forget"
and "Why anti-Semites are worse than Nazis"
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