Among the most exciting moments in this process of Redemption is watching the pieces come together. Anyone can do this. (You don't have to be a prophet!) Just by being an observer of the human scene,...current events, talk radio, internet news and daily experiences,--all this can be eye-opening about how the Rebbe's prophecy is being fulfilled.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

"The G-d of Israel is the One and Only G-d.." Pastor Mark Biltz

In the final Redemption, the nations of the world will come to realize that their ancestors endowed them with a false heritage. They will realize that the One G-d is the G-d of Israel, the G-d of the Jewish people. As per the directive of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, the King Messiah, the Jewish people have stepped up their efforts to publicize the 7 Universal Laws, called the 7 Noahide Laws, to the gentiles. These laws are their mission and their role in preparing the world for the Redemption. Although there is still much confusion, the idea of the Redemption is permeating the world. In America, churches have organized a show of support for Israel. 

An upcoming event in churches across the U.S. will honor the Torah. In the words of Pastor Mark Blitz:  "...Christians will literally be joining a chorus of voices proclaiming on earth and to the heavens that the G-d of Israel is the One and Only G-d and that we are to love Him above all others!!

Churches to Read Torah as Others Read Koran

Countering a move by churches across USA that read from the Koran, other churches prepare to read Torah.
by Gil Ronen
Published: 08/08/11, 12:43 AM - Israel National News

Dutch Christians Visiting Itamar
Dutch Christians Visiting Itamar
Churches in the U.S. are preparing to read sections of the Torah on Sunday, August 13, in a show of solidarity with Israel and the Jewish people.
The move is a response to an initiative by a group of churches that read from the Muslim Koran during their services on Sunday, June 26. According to the Faith Shared project, which initiated the Koran reading, 66 churches from 32 states joined that effort.
In an effort to counter the move, a grassroots movement of churches across America is preparing to read from sections of the Torah during their services.
According to Pastor Mark Biltz, one of the pastors leading the move, while Jewish communities around the world read the Shema prayer, Christian communities will join them in solidarity. “There is a special bond between Jews and Christians, as both hold as the greatest commandment to love the L-rd their G-d with all their heart," Pastor Biltz explained. "So I’ve also posted the Shema in as many languages as I could find on our website so everyone could see it.
“I am asking in a show of solidarity with the G-d of Israel, the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob that churches/organizations join together in one accord and read from the Torah during their Saturday/Sunday services this coming August 13 and 14,” he wrote.
Biltz went on to say that "The suggested reading from this Torah portion is the greatest commandment, found in Deuteronomy 6:4-9, that we love the Lord with all our heart, soul and strength."
The pastor is referring to the verses after the one-line Shema prayer. The reading will obviously not be from a parchment hand-written Torah scroll.
"It is known in Judaism as the Shema and begins with asking Israel to hear and obey the Lord and realize He is the one and only G-d. This date was chosen because the Jewish people all over the world will be reading that portion on that weekend. SoChristians will literally be joining a chorus of voices proclaiming on earth and to the heavens that the G-d of Israel is the One and Only G-d and that we are to love Him above all others!! This weekend also is the weekend right after the Ninth of Av and begins the readings of speaking comfort to Jerusalem."

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