Isaiah 62 Fast
I have set watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem;
They shall never hold their peace day or night.
You who make mention of the Lord, do not keep silent,
As I type, believers around the globe are engaged in a worldwide prayer initiative. The Isaiah 62 Fast is a call to 21 Days of prayer and fasting for the fulfillment of God’s salvation promises for Jerusalem and Israel (May 7-28). Over 1 million believers have already started, and you are invited to join us!
We fast and pray for three goals:
- God’s Salvation purposes for Israel
- For the unfolding of God’s purpose for Israel and the Jewish people as revealed in Scripture.
- Prayers that Christians/Churches will have a biblical view of Israel and its unique role in the earth.
For Such a Time As This
Just before I learned of the Isaiah 62 fast in April, I had been pondering over verses found in Zechariah 11, 12, and 13. I was crying out to God in great alarm because, for the first time, I realized that everything happening on the ground building to war against today’s Israel seemingly ties into the verses I had just read. It dawned on me that for 2,000 years, Christians have thought the verses in Zechariah must be far off in the distance. As I read this time, I realized we are in the “far off distance,” and Israel desperately needs intercessory prayer.
A day later, Jim Goll appeared on a YouTube video discussing a coming Isaiah 62 fast. (He calls it an “Esther Moment”) I made it a point to sign up with the Isaiah 62 fast through Jim’s ministry. We began yesterday, and after today’s prayer, I knew it was time for me to start using whatever tools are at my disposal to encourage others to join in this effort to pray for Israel and the well-being of the Jewish people.
How to Get Involved
If you’d like to learn more about the Isaiah 62 Fast from its initiator Mile Bickle, please visit the online page: Isaiah 62 Fast. There, you will hear his testimony, get an overview and see links to so many different languages! So exciting to see!
I have been away from my computer for weeks and I am so glad to be back at the keyboard! May God continue to bless you always.
Blessed be the Holy One of Israel,
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