Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Purim and Six Million Christians!

The JPost is reporting that an Evangelical leader from Ft. Worth, Texas is attempting to get six million Christian children to pray that Israel be protected from a nuclear attack from Iran. This prayer project will go into effect before Purim:

Michael D. Evans, best-selling author of The American Prophecies: Ancient Scriptures Reveal Our Nation's Future, said on Monday evening that the inspiration for his idea from a report in The Jerusalem Post.

"After reading about Rabbi [David Batzri's] campaign to enlist 10,000 children to pray that God annul [Iranian President Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad's plans for the destruction of the Jewish people, I said to myself, 'Why stop at 10,000?'" Evans said in a telephone interview from his Jerusalem hotel room.

"The number six million is a reminder to Christians that never again must we allow a Holocaust," he said. "And since the young suffer most in times of catastrophe, it is fitting that children should be the ones praying."

Evans, who heads the Jerusalem Prayer Team, an Internet-based initiative to encourage Christian prayer for the State of Israel, said that Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell would undoubtedly join forces to muster the 6 million young prayers. Evans said that there were approximately 1 billion evangelical Christians worldwide.

Rabbi Yitzhak Batzri, son of David, welcomed the initiative.

"Hopefully, it will awaken the entire world to the Iranian threat," said Batzri. "If the goyim have come to the realization that we are in danger, maybe the Jews in the Diaspora will finally wake up."

4 comments:

The Town Crier said...

or you can join the many jews and others who are going to take an hour tomorrow to do the same in front of the iranian mission

The Town Crier said...

PAT ROBERTSON???

OY!

Jewish Blogmeister said...

who asked to join?

muse said...

gevalt
that's sure scary
Why don't Jews pray?