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Mitzvah Monday Challenge July 22, 2019

This week's Mitzvah challenge: open a door for someone! How many doors can you open for strangers this week?

Come over to our Facebook page or connect with us on Instagram and share your thoughts!

P.S. Be Blessed! Christian Women for Israel is a community of Modern-Day Esthers. Join us and become an Esther!

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Devotional: "Drop Your LOT"

abraham called god house Jul 20, 2019

Topic: Drop your LOT

Scripture: Genesis 12

Message: At first glance, you might think that Abraham and his nephew Lot both were spiritual men.But a closer examination reveals that this was not the case.You see, Abraham lived for God.Lot, on the other hand, lived for himself.Abraham walked in the Spirit.Lot walked in the flesh.Abraham lived by faith. Lot lived by sight. And most significantly, Abraham *walked with God* and Lot *walked with Abraham*.

Unfortunately, because of Lot’s half-hearted commitment to the Lord, he was becoming a spiritual drain on Abraham.Instead of him Been a WING,He became a WEIGHT.The relationship they had was pulling Abraham down..Who you are close to can cause you to be FAR from God.Relationship with some people can affect your relationship with God.That is why, earlier in Genesis, God said to Abraham, “Leave your country, your relatives, and your father’s house, and go to the land that I will show you” (Genesis 12:1).

But Abraham was...

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Devotional: "Not Home Yet"

home lord mathew reward Jul 20, 2019

Topic: Not Home Yet


Scripture: "But many who seem to be important now will be the least important then, and those who are considered least here will be the greatest then." Matthew 19:30
   
Message: A missionary couple who had served for many years in Africa were returning to the United States.Leaving Africa with broken health and no pension, they felt defeated,discouraged,and afraid. As it turned out,President Teddy Roosevelt was traveling on the same ship.Of course, it caused a great commotion as everyone tried to catch a glimpse of the president, who was returning from a hunting expedition. 

The missionary said to his wife, “Something is wrong.Why should we, who have given our lives in service to the Lord all these years in Africa, come back and not receive any fanfare or attention? And this man,who has done nothing more than just go on a hunting trip, is the center of attention?It just doesn’t seem right.”

When the ship arrived,a brass...

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Mitzvah Monday Challenge July 15, 2019

This week's Mitzvah challenge: call a long lost friend! Who can you call this week?

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Devotional: "You can be HAPPY without Sin"

bible god happy israel sin Jul 13, 2019

 

Topic: You can be HAPPY without Sin

Scripture: Jesus replied, The Israelites had not celebrated like this since the days of Joshua son of Nun” (Nehemiah 8:17 NLT).
   
Message: Sometimes people think if they do what the Bible says, they’ll be miserable.They’ll say, “The sinners have all the fun.They get to do all the cool stuff.They do whatever they want to.We have been deceived to think that Righteousness is wretchedness.We think that doing His will will rob us of our joy.

But do the sinners really have fun? Yes,There is fun in sin but it’s temporal,and the penalties of sin are brutal.It comes with temporal happiness but have eternal consequences.Why sacrifice your eternal JOY for temporal happiness?

As the people of Israel heard God speak to them through Ezra, they realized they had missed something the Scriptures had told them to do. So they obeyed the Word of God.The result of their obedience was great *JOY*: “So everyone...

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Thank You For Your Support This Year

"For Such A Time As This" - Esther 4:14

 

Greetings, Modern-Day Esthers!

We are reminded of God's goodness this week, as we celebrate the one year anniversary of launching Christian Women For Israel (CW4I) Program. This was a calling from God and we stood in faithfulness and obedience to Him. We believe, like Esther, we were born "for such a time as this", and that God called us to lead a modern-day army of Esthers who are devoted to prayer, education, and advocacy for Israel. Our Esthers (YOU!) are mighty warriors who pray for each other, our country, the leaders of our nations, peace of Jerusalem, and the Holy Land of Israel. Thank you for praying with us.

We remain in gratitude to God for joining us together to use our voices to stand against antisemitism and hate, and to demonstrate Christ-like love to all people. 

It hardly seems possible that in just one year's time that God has blessed the ministry of Christian Women For Israel with 50,000...

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Prayer of Thanks for CW4I

esther god israel jesus prayer usa May 07, 2019

Esthers,

This week, we approach our one year anniversary of launching the Christian Women For Israel (CW4I) Program. As we reflect on the year, we would like to offer a prayer of thanks to God for His calling, direction, and wisdom over the CW4I Program. Will you please join us in prayer?

Dear Heavenly Father, Thank You for Your amazing power and work in the Christian Women For Israel Program. Thank you for ALL Your goodness and Your blessings over the worldwide Esthers You have bought to our organization. Thank You for Your great love and care. Thank You for Your mercy and grace. Thank You that You are always with us and will never leave us. We praise and thank You for Your incredible sacrifice so that we might have freedom and life.  Help us to set our eyes and our hearts on You afresh. Renew our spirits, fill us with Your peace and joy. We love you and we need you, this day and every day. We give you praise and thanks, for You alone are worthy! We know that You...

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Yom HaShoah 2019

“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.”

Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize winning author and Holocaust survivor

Yom HaZikaron laShoah ve-laG'vurah (יום הזיכרון לשואה ולגבורה; "Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day"), is observed as Israel's day of commemoration for the six million Jews and five million others who were murdered in the Holocaust as a result of the actions carried out by Nazi Germany. In God's Holy Land, it is a national memorial day and public holiday. This day was inaugurated on 1953, anchored by a law signed by the Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion and the President of Israel Yitzhak Ben-Zvi. 

In response, today we take time to remember. Our history is no stranger to violence, injustice, and oppression. The bible mentions it in hundreds of passages throughout its holy pages. In Isaiah 1:17 we learn, “ to do good; seek...

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Mitzvah Monday Challenge April 29, 2019


This week's Mitzvah challenge: console someone in need this week! Who needs a word of encouragement?

Come over to our Facebook page or connect with us on Instagram and share your thoughts!

For such a time as this,
Peggy Kennedy and Leah Miles
Co-Founders

P.S. Be Blessed! Christian Women for Israel is a community of Modern-Day Esthers. Join us and become an Esther

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Mitzvah Monday Challenge April 22, 2019


This week's Mitzvah challenge: express thanks to a firefighter or police officer! Will you thank a first responder this week?

Come over to our Facebook page or connect with us on Instagram and share your thoughts!

For such a time as this,
Peggy Kennedy and Leah Miles
Co-Founders

P.S. Be Blessed! Christian Women for Israel is a community of Modern-Day Esthers. Join us and become an Esther!

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