Amir’s update on the Russian presence on the Israeli border, the attack of ISIS on the Syrian Druze, the release of the American pastor in Turkey, an update on his ministry tour in New Zealand and much more.
Amir’s book “The Last Hour” is now available. Order through our website or app and get a free “I am a Watchman” bumper sticker.
From the ruling of the empires to a fragile independence, Israel is in the center of the greatest move of God since the days of Jesus- from the transition of weak and poor days of 1948 when Psalm 83 was fulfilled, to the powerful, innovative and prosperous nation today awaiting the war of Ezekiel 38.
Amir delivered this message at Calvary Chapel Auckland, NZ on Sunday, July 29, 2018.
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Amir’s update from New Zealand on events in Syria and Israel’s recent airstrikes, Iran, Iraq and more. He explains the nation-state law recently passed, as well as the transition Israel made from Psalm 83 to Ezekiel 38.
Amir also gave a special teaching from Australia on the 9th of the Hebrew month of Av- the day of the destruction of both the First and Second Temple. His teaching focuses on Jewish history and the past and future temples of Israel- the Next Temple!
Amir’s teaching from Australia on the 9th of the Hebrew month of Av- the day of the destruction of both the First and Second Temple. His teaching focuses on Jewish history and the past and future temples of Israel- the Next Temple!
Amir gave this teaching at Calvary Chapel Secret Harbour in Perth, Australia on Sunday, July 22, 2018. An edited version with the slides will be available in the coming weeks.
Considered the saddest day in the Jewish calendar, Jews worldwide to remember the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem, as well as tragedies in Jewish history.
On Saturday night into Sunday, Jews worldwide will commemorate Tisha B’Av, the ninth day of the Hebrew month “Av”, a day of mourning in remembrance of the destruction of both the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem.
Observant Jews fast for a 25-hour period of time, the day considered the saddest day in the Jewish tradition. Some religious people will even sleep at the Kotel (Western Wall) Saturday night into Sunday. The Book of Lamentations is also read, along with other traditional texts.
Apart from remembering the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem, the day also commemorates the suffering of the Jewish people throughout history. The specific tragedies remembered are the Romans destruction of Betar in which over 500,000 Jews were killed during the Bar Kokhva Revolt and the Israelites lack of faith in God when given the promise of the Land of Israel- resulting in a generation of Israelites barred from entering the Land.
Traditional prohibitions on Tisha B’Av include no eating, no bathing, no pampering of the body, no sexual relations, no listening to music or dancing and no wearing of leather. At the end of the 25-hour observance, it is traditional to break the fast.
Be sure to watch Amir’s teaching that focuses on Jewish history and the past and future temples of Israel- the Next Temple!
Amir’s update from Osaka, Japan on the US-Russia summit in Helsinki and what it means for Israel, the approaching conflict with Syria in the Golan Heights and much more.