S3 EP3 | Why Christians Should Pray for Jerusalem

Episode 3 October 04, 2022 00:27:13
S3 EP3 | Why Christians Should Pray for Jerusalem
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S3 EP3 | Why Christians Should Pray for Jerusalem

Show Notes

If you’ve been around Christian circles that talk about Israel much, you’ve probably heard the Scripture verse today’s episode is based on. In this episode of A Jew and A Gentile Discuss, Carly and Ezra talk about Psalm 122:6, where David gives the directive to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. They discuss what that really means, why we should do it and some practical ways to pray.


The conversation includes such things as:

Along the Way

Along the way, you’ll hear a lot of meaningful and interesting thoughts, including:


Words You Might Learn in This Episode

Yerushalayim, shalu shalom Yerushalayim, evino shabashmim, shalom, Sar Shalom, Yeshua, Zion, ekklesia


Scriptures Referenced in This Episode

Psalm 122, Genesis 12:3, Matthew 6:9–13, Zechariah 14:8–9, Ezekiel 38 and 39, Psalm 83, Genesis 15:18, Genesis 17:8, Psalm 105:8–11, Isaiah 9:6, Matthew 23:39, Jeremiah 29:7, Jeremiah 29:10, 2 Kings 21:7, Revelation 21:2, 9–14


Previous Episodes Mentioned

S1 E46 – What It Really Means to Bless Israel


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