New Christians

As we consider the times in which we live, with the bias against Israel, the rise of anti-Semitism and the anti-Zionism that has developed from it (which in effect is anti-Israelism), we see that it is vital for new Christians to be ‘born’ properly.  Let’s pray that our pastors, ministers and group leaders have a true revelation of the foundations of our faith in biblical Judaism, and that our Hebraic roots are preached and understood as a powerful work of the Holy Spirit. 

We want the Lord to impress on hearts – in his own ways and his own timing – that we owe a great debt of gratitude to the Jewish people and to the teachings of the Jewish Messiah, conveyed to us through a thoroughly Jewish book (the Bible).  There is so much to learn in our churches, and our own lives, when we study the word of God in its context of Hebraic meaning, and in the setting of the day in which it was given.

Let us pray that all new Christians will receive correct teaching and revelation through their churches. But if that does not happen, let us pray that they learn these things through other divine appointments – so that we no longer need to correct churches about these things, and we see churches recognise the fact that gentile believers are ‘grafted-in’ to the Olive Tree of Israel.

Let’s pray with expectation for: 

  • Student Unions in Colleges and Universities
  • Pastors inside and outside of the Church of England
  • Those in Theology Colleges in the UK and USA especially
  • The Prison work done through various Christian ministries
  • Clear biblical teaching every time churches pray about and plan evangelistic outreach.
  • Churches that have CFI Church Links, where our literature is freely available, that every copy will bear fruit in witness and in teaching, and lead people into greater revelation and insight.
  • More supporters to pray about being Regional Links and Church Links – so we are able to ‘teach the Church and bless Israel’ while there is still time.

‘As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me. Night is coming, when no one can work.’ (John 9:4) 


Julia Soakell
March 2017