Last week we celebrated "Jerusalem Day," commemorating the recapture of Jerusalem in 1967. The name "Jerusalem Day" is taken from Psalm 137:7.
Our dear friend Hanoch Maoz shared again his story with us. He was in the squad that blew up the closed Zion's Gate as the troops entered the Old City to the Western Wall. Seeing the supernatural protection on his life with bullets flying, fellow-soldiers dying and bombs exploding, was part of what brought him to faith.
Hanoch mentioned that after the War, he noticed how the following verse had been literally fulfilled in his life. "Our feet shall stand within your gates, O Jerusalem" (Ps. 122:2). We told him, "Yeah, it just didn't say you'd have to blow up the gate on the way."
Jerusalem Day is a fulfillment of God's promises to King David 3,000 years ago; and a fulfillment of Yeshua's prophecy 2,000 years ago, that Jerusalem would be trampled by the Gentiles "until the time of the Gentiles are fulfilled" (Luke 21:24). If God would be faithful to fulfill these promises after 2,000 to 3,000 years and seemingly impossible situations, we can be sure all the rest of the prophecies will be fulfilled as well.
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