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Israel Needs Your Prayers Now!

Ask God to bless, protect and guide Israel in this time of uncertainty and risk

Israeli voters have gone to the polls twice in the last five months to vote in national elections. And they could return in a few months. That’s because no clear winner emerged from Israel’s most recent election on September 17.

All this uncertainty puts the Jewish state at risk. Prime Minister Netanyahu—who is fighting corruption charges that may well be politically motivated—now leads a weakened, caretaker government.

Very Dangerous Neighborhood
That’s bad for Israel which lives in a very dangerous neighborhood. “Israel’s prolonged political volatility and uncertainty has had a disastrous impact on Israel’s strategic flexibility,” insists Israeli columnist Caroline Glick. “Indeed, it has induced strategic paralysis.”

For all these reasons, CIDI is calling on friends of Israel like you to a special season of prayer for Israel’s protection—and for God to give the nation the strong and wise leadership it needs.

Between now and Yom Kippur (Oct. 8-9), we’re asking you to spend a few minutes each day to ask God to guide and bless Israel at this time of uncertainty and risk.

Please sign the "Yes, I will pray for Israel!" pledge below.

Yes, I Will Pray for Israel!

As someone who loves Israel, I am pledging to pray for Israel at a time of political uncertainty with a limited caretaker government—all while facing an enormous regional threat from Iran and its allies. As a friend of Zion, I will specifically pray for the peace of Jerusalem through Yom Kippur (Oct. 8-9). I will plead with God to guide the Jewish state out of her political wilderness and to defend His people against the enemies on her borders.

"I will bless those who bless you,
and whoever curses you I will curse;
and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you."
—Genesis 12:3

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