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Time of Awakening, A - Part 5 (MP3)
Accepting Our Call, The Power of the Priestly Blessing
Product code: MP672
In these two messages Rick Ridings looks at the imperative to pray for Israel from the Scripture, whilst David Nekrutman looks at the dynamics of the Priestly blessing and the Shabbat prayers showing how they encompass and affirm family values.
- Accepting Our Call: Our Responsibility to Pray for Israel
(28 minutes) ~ Rev. Rick Ridings (Founder of Succat Hallel 24/7 Prayer Centre)
Looks at the imperative to pray for Israel from the Scripture and uses examples of how this is taking effect in practice today through continuous prayer, praise and intercession within the land of Israel and throughout the world.
- The Power of the Priestly Blessing: Its Infinite Inspiration
(42 minutes) ~ David Nekrutman (Head of the Centre for Jewish Christian Cooperation and Understanding, Efrat)
Takes the audience through the dynamics of the Priestly blessing, including the Shabbat prayers given in all orthodox Jewish households, and how the blessing encompasses and affirms family values.
Please note: Simultaneous translation into Mandarin Chinese can be heard from time to time in the background of these messages. We have edited out as much of this as possible, but a few instances still remain.
About the Authors
The Lord brought Rick & Patti Ridings to Jerusalem in 1999 to birth Succat Hallel (Hebrew for Tabernacle of Praise). It began in their living room and grew into watches in various locations and is now situated in a beautiful facility overlooking Mount Zion and the Old City of Jerusalem.
It has become a dynamic community of worshippers and intercessors from five continents drawn together to stand as watchmen on the walls to minister first unto the Lord, to pray day and night 24/7 for the peace of Jerusalem, and intercede for Israel and the nations.
A columnist for The Jerusalem Post Christian edition and radio personality for Frontpage Jerusalem, he currently serves as the Executive Director for The Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding & Cooperation (CJCUC) in Efrat, Israel. In this capacity, Mr. Nekrutman leads the first ever Orthodox Jewish institution to dialogue with Christians on a religious and theological basis.
Prior to his work with CJCUC, Mr. Nekrutman served as the Director of Christian Affairs for the Consulate General of Israel in New York. He resides in Netanya with his wife and three sons.