ISRAEL PRAYER MISSION TRIP

March 29 – April 10, 2020

“Breaking off the curses of freemasonry from the Land & People of Israel.”

REPENT ~ RENOUNCE ~ RESTORE

FINISHING WITH  PASSOVER IN ISRAEL

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As a participant on this exciting trip you’ll visit the entire land of Israel from the very North (Mt. Hermon) to the very South (Eilat). You’ll be boots on the ground and be part of a spiritual mission that is sure to affect the future of Israel, the Jewish People and the world.’
As an intercessor covering us you’ll be equally involved and be able to see pictures and videos that we’ll be uploading daily to a private WhatsApp Group. Sign up today to join us!
There are different ways for you to be involved in an Israel prayer mission:

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  • Come with us
  • Donate to support the mission
  • Pray for us
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This trip is a strategic and prophetic mission that will require great levels of love, unity, wisdom and discernment.  It is recommended for mature believers who are familiar with spiritual warfare and who understand the weapons of their warfare, and know how to work well in a team of other like minded individuals.

 

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

PRICING TBA (To Be Announced)

DATE TENTATIVE ITINERARY LOCATIONS TO VISIT OVERNIGHT LOCATION
Sunday 3.29 Arrive in Israel Tel Aviv
Monday 3.30 Morning prayer & worship – communion Ancient Shiloh including movie, Nablus: Mt. Ebal and Gerazim, Netanya
Tuesday 3.31  Evening prayer & worship – communion Freemasonry – Memphis-Misraim Museum (Kikar Kdumim 14, Tel Aviv-Yafo); Masonic Lodges in Tel Aviv and Jaffa; Jaffa shopping Netanya
Wednesday 4.1 Acco Old City Lodge, Ceasarea (prayer altar); Rothschild trail, Ramat Hanadiv Haifa
Thursday 4.2 Morning prayer & worship – communion Haifa lodge(s), Mt. Carmel, Sefad Haifa
Friday 4.3 Shabbat Dinner at Hatachana – Metula Banias, Mt. Hermon – chair lift ?
Saturday 4.4 SHABBAT REST – drive to Jerusalem Wohl Rose Garden – Western Wall Jerusalem
Sunday 4.5 King of Kings Jerusalem Congregation Service 5 p.m. A Look Into the Past (Western Wall Heritage); Israel Supreme Court, Other Masonic locations in JLM Jerusalem
Monday 4.6 Elah Wineries tasting/lunch Valley of Elah (David/Goliath); Eilat masonic kikar Eilat
Tuesday 4.7 Snorkeling-rest in the morning; leave for Arad 1:00 p.m. / Passover shopping – evening – get tables and chairs from machsan Eilat, Arad Arad
Wednesday 4.8 Passover prep;  Evening Seder PASSOVER SEDER IN ISRAEL Arad
Thursday 4.9 Morning Worship/prayer – Afternoon – Dead Sea float (1:00 – 3:00) 5:00 Bus Leaves for Tel Aviv to arrive for hotel dinner SHABBAT REST Tel Aviv
Friday 4.10 Departure Date

The goal of this prayer mission is to see the true worship of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and the Messiah Jesus-Yeshua flow freely in the Land of Israel and in the lives of the People of Israel. We will be praying for light to shine in darkness and for people who are caught up in the false religions associated with kabbalah & freemasonry to repent, renounce idolatry and to be restored as citizens of the Kingdom of God.

This prayer mission will take us all over the Land of Israel; from Tel Aviv in the West to Mt. Hermon in the North, Jerusalem in the center and Eilat at the southern tip of Israel. Join us for a world-changing mission trip!

DONATE TO SUPPORT THE 2020 ISRAEL PRAYER MISSION

TO EQUIP AND PREPARE YOU AS A PARTICIPANT IN THIS PRAYER MISSION PLEASE TAKE TIME TO REVIEW THE VIDEOS AND LINKS ON THIS PAGE

READ MORE ABOUT MY HISTORY IN MISSIONS RELATIVE TO FREEMASONRY…

Before I came to know Yeshua as my personal Lord and Savior I was a student of Helena Blavatsky, Alice Bailey and a host of other ‘new age’ masonic authors and teachers. After getting saved and beginning my walk with the Lord, He had me burn over $2000 worth of books by these authors and repent and renounce my involvement with their false religions. When traveling the U.S. with Jews for Jesus’ music and evangelism group “The Liberated Wailing Wall” in most cities we found ourselves in, the Lord brought me in direct contact with masonic lodges and freemasons, for the purpose of praying for them and breaking the curses over the families of the freemasons. It was an astounding journey. To read more about my time on the road… click here.

Since coming to Israel I’ve been shocked to find out the masonic connection with the Kabbalah and the masonic foundations of the nation of Israel. Because of my past experiences in this realm, it was only a matter of time until I knew the Lord would call me to pray about this here in Israel. 2020 is that time. I hope you will join me on the adventure, or pray for us while we’re on this prayer mission.

 THESE FIRST TWO VIDEOS MAY CHALLENGE SOME OF OUR BELIEFS. I’M BEING CHALLENGED IN LISTENING TO THEM, BUT FEEL BOTH ARE IMPORTANT TO LISTEN TO AND CONSIDER IN LIGHT OF THIS PRAYER MISSION.

 MESSAGES ABOUT KABBALAH BY CHUCK MISSLER

RULES OF CONDUCT

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This trip is a strategic and prophetic mission that will require great levels of love, unity, wisdom and discernment.  It is recommended for mature believers who are familiar with spiritual warfare and who understand the weapons of their warfare, and know how to work well in a team of other like minded individuals.

The Pre-eminence of Love:

All people who wish to go on this trip must agree to seek to demonstrate love first and foremost with all other members of the team, as well as with those we encounter along our journey.  The principles of 1 Corinthians 13 must be adhered to in all situations.

Flexibility:

Flexibility is also a requirement for all attendees on this trip, as we’ll be seeking to be led by the Lord throughout our time together.  In all interactions with each other and the people we meet we must remember that we’re called to be servants.  Be willing to be flexible with a humble and joyful attitude.

Unity:

Unity of the team is imperative for the anointing of God to flow throughout our trip (Psalm 133).  Because of this, prior to signing up for the tour you must agree to be lay down your own agenda regarding what happens in our time together.  The trip will be loosely scheduled per the tentative itinerary above, but changes may occur based on the Spirit’s leading.  Unity of the group is essential because Genesis 11:6 tells us that nothing is impossible for a people united. Conversely the enemy always tries to bring disunity because a kingdom divided will not stand.  Unity is to be guarded at all times on this prayer journey.

Submission to Authority:

We will be guarding the safety of the entire group.  You must be very careful to seek their guidance, obey their instructions, and submit to their leadership during the tour.  When people make decisions based on compassion that are out of their realm of authority their decision can jeopardized the safety of the entire group. Submission to authority is very important because of the spiritual climates of the areas we will be traveling in. Usurping authority can cause a breech in the spiritual gates around the group. The result is that people can physically get hurt and the mission can be endangered. If in question, “ask!”

Yeshua/Jesus only:

While we understand that some who may want to go on this trip may be from a Catholic background, we do not allow praying to or in Mary’s name, or any angels or saints.  We do pray in the Name of Yeshua/Jesus.

Conflict Resolution:

If for any reasons you have conflict with another group member you will be asked to follow a Matthew 18 method for resolving the conflict.  “If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother. But if he does not listen, take one or two others along with you, that every charge may be established by the evidence of two or three witnesses. If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church.”

Remember that love and unity are prerequisites to the anointing of God flowing in any mission trip. (1 Cor. 13; Genesis 11:6) Because of this, it’s imperative to seek resolution to any problems that arise, immediately. We ask that you speak the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15) to each other and always consider others as more important than yourselves (Philippians 2:3.)