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Preparing to Feast with the Lord

In just a few hours the Feast will begin with a desert celebration down in Ein Gedi. Months of hard work, extensive planning, long rehearsals and considerable travel costs will all be forgotten as thousands of believers from 100 countries will join together in worship before their God, united in prophetic statement they will be making to the world that one day every knee will bow and worship the King who is coming to Feast with us. Hallelujah!

Here's a taste of what has gone into this process. The first video below showcases some of the rehearsals for the Feast. I think you'll agree that there's a lot of worship going on already!

The second video is a timelapse of the stage being built where special mention must be made of the outstanding work the logistics crew does every year as they labour in a spirit of servanthood. They are to be commended.

Enjoy the videos and don't forget to watch the Feast live »

6 Hours to Go

Building the Stage - Timelapse

Day to Pray at the Feast

Psalm 122 commands us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. What better time to do that than when you’re in Jerusalem, right? Well, this year’s Feast of Tabernacles will be hosting the annual Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem, a global initiative founded by Jack Hayford and Robert Stearns.

Thousands will join from around the world, led by over 1,200 key Evangelical leaders who have given this prayer movement their support.

The event will take place at the International Convention Center Jerusalem on October 3rd from 4pm to 6pm. Be sure to mark this in your calendar and make time in your (probably very busy) schedule during the Feast to be a part of this event as we come before the Lord in a spirit of unity and expectation to call upon His name and ask Him to bring peace to Jerusalem.

For more information, check out the Day to Pray website »

Day to Pray

 

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