April 12th - 18th, 2021

A week-long opportunity to engage with God’s heart for His Chosen People 

What is Bless Israel?

God loves Israel. We know that blessing Israel is important to God because He told Abraham that He would bless those who bless him (Genesis 12:3). Bless Israel is an annual event held the week of Israel’s Independence Day. It is designed to encourage a deeper understanding of the place Israel holds in God’s heart and to rally support and blessing for the people He chose to be His own (Deuteronomy 7:6).

Why Participate in Bless Israel? 

  • Intimacy with God – As we focus on things God cares about, our relationship with Him deepens 
  • Inspiration – Seeing God’s love and promises for Israel woven throughout the Scriptures strengthens our faith    
  • Insight – Looking at the Bible we are reminded of the Jewish people’s need for Jesus, the Church’s role in Israel’s salvation and its connection to the End-Times 

Jonathan Bernis and Ezra Benjamin invite YOU to Bless Israel

Bless Israel Worship Weekend

When: April 17–18, 2021


Where: Your congregation’s worship service, small groups or classes


How: Online or in-person, dedicate time in your gathering to the subject of Israel and God’s love for the Jewish people through biblical teaching, prayer and support


What: Sign-up to receive Bless Israel resources that include an announcement slide, Scripture list, prayer guide and even a video sermon message from Rabbi Jonathan Bernis and other videos. Check out the Bless Israel one-sheet to give to your pastor.


Why: Israel remains dear to God’s heart and a vital part of His End-Time plans. Check out some Scriptures HERE

Resources:

Sign-up to receive the full resource package

Who is Jewish Voice?

Answering the questions your pastor and congregation may have about the people and organization behind these Bless Israel opportunities. 

Praying for Israel with Scripture

A printable guide to using Scripture to inspire your prayers for Israel and the Jewish people, including Scripture references. 

Bless Israel Virtual 5k

When: Walk or run your personal 5K any time during the week of April 12–18, 2021.


Registration is open until March 21st


Where: Choose your own route, in your neighborhood or somewhere special


How: Go alone, or gather friends and family to join you


What: You’ll receive a map of that same Jerusalem route, noting places of interest. You’ll get a prayer guide with requests from our Israeli partner ministries, so you can pray as you do your 5K. PLUS, we’ll send you a Bless Israel 5K t-shirt


Why: Your walk or run to bless Israel will encourage in others a love for the Jewish people and support for Israel. Proceeds from your Bless Israel Virtual 5K go to Jewish Voice Ministries International, whose work serves Jewish people in Israel and worldwide by sharing the Gospel of Jesus the Messiah and by meeting their physical needs right where they are.

Checkpoints on the Virtual 5k include:

Stop 1 - Mount of Olives

On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, and the Mount of Olives will be split in two from east to west, forming a great valley, with half of the mountain moving north and half moving south. - Zechariah 14:4

Stop 4 - Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Built by the Byzantines and renovated by the Crusaders, Church of the Holy Sepulchre which is the 2nd most visited tourist site in Israel, marks the place of the crucifixion and tomb of Jesus. 

Stop 6: The Western Wall

The Wall is considered to be the holiest place where Jews are permitted to pray, and a national, religious and historic importance for the Jewish people.

Register for the Bless Israel 5k today!

Join us this year in kindling love and support for Israel and the Jewish people.

Register before March 21st!

Become a Bless Israel Ambassador

Use your social media profile to spread the word about Bless Israel! Don't know what to post? Sign-up today, and we will send you our Social Media Resource Kit, complete with graphics and text to make your posts shine!

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