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The Jerusalem Prayer Tower is a Messiah-centered sanctuary, of Spirit-led worship and prayer called to reveal the face of Yeshua to Israel and the Nations.

We welcome groups from the nations seeking to participate in continual prayer and worship in unity as one new man until Yeshua returns, all Israel is saved, and Jerusalem is a praise in all the Earth. Through the continual giving of thanks, praises, and worship with intercession in Elohim's presence, we seek to be a source of covering and empowerment for the Bride of Messiah in Israel and the nations. 

We purpose to establish and disciple Worship Teams with prayer facilitators that foundationally consist of local believers who partner with our highly valued international friends in a flow of prophetic expressions, all given to excellence, having hearts desiring God's Presence.

We desire to be a catalyst for both Jewish and non-Jewish believers who by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit co-labour with Yeshua in bridal intercession, the prophetic and fasting, carrying Psalm 27:4 in the centre of our hearts.

"One thing I have asked of the Lord (יהוה), that will I seek after, that I may dwell in the house of the Lord (יהוה), all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord (יהוה), and inquire in His tremple." Psalm 27:4

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Celebrating Purim

Mar 23rd, 2016

This week in Israel we are celebrating Purim. Thursday everyone will dress up and have parties all over the land celebrating God's deliverance through Esther from Haman and his evil plot to destroy God's chosen people.The word Purim means Destiny Change and there are four observances the Jewish people participate in during this season to bring fulfillment to this celebration.

1. Read through the book of Esther

2. Give festive sweets and food to others

3. Anonymously give gifts to the poor

4. Celebrate with a banquet or costume party

These four observances come from the interpretation of the Book of Esther. There are 2 Hebrew words ne'epach and hafuch mentioned several times in the book of Esther that carry almost identical meanings. These words mean upside­down, reversed, or overturned. Through these words the book of Esther reflects the idea of reversing the fate of the Israelites where Haman planned to kill all the Jews of Adar. Fate was turned upside­down and Haman was hanged on the gallows. Another interpretation comes from the idea of Esther hiding her true identity. Esther did not reveal her true identity of being Jewish to King Ahasuerus. Jewish people observe this when they give gifts to the poor anonymously. Also Mordecai put on the costume of a grieving man, sackcloth and ashes, when he heard about the decree from the king to massacre the Jews. Today Jewish people wear a variety of costumes to celebrate. These 2 days of Purim are a celebration of victory and freedom from the evil plots against the people of God and today in these turbulent times it is very appropriate.

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