"Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem..."

Psalm 122:6

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Jerusalem Project

The Jerusalem Project is a series of the Lord’s intercessory prayer mandates spanning from December 19, 2009, to December 30, 2019.

The present prayer mandate is the fourth of ten specific mandates. This fourth prayer mandate, consisting of 4088 hours of intercessory prayer, was the longest and began on October 10, 2012, in Jerusalem and would run through until the evening of September 25, 2014. 

The most important aspect of the project was maintaining the portal established in the city of Jerusalem after I had reached 400 hours.

This mark was completed during the second prayer mandate, which consisted of 1925 hours of intercessory prayer from May 1, 2010, to May 21, 2011.

The prayer mandate does not have geographical restrictions, but the established amount of intercession for the fourth prayer mandate is 8 hours per day, Monday through Friday.

Saturday is a day of rest, and Sunday is a time of personal worship and ministry. For more information about the mandates, click the Prayer Directives on the Content Menu.

The prayer mandates consist of the following:

Interceding for the Land of Israel.

Maintaining the established portal in Jerusalem.

Praying for the peace of Jerusalem.

I am praying for the outpouring of the Spirit of grace and supplication upon the House of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem.

Praying for the peace of Jerusalem.

Praying for all that are in authority in Israel.

Praying to find favor with the Ministry of Interior.

Praying for “For the peace of Jerusalem Ministry.

Praying for the Jewish Community in France that is in the Valley of Decision concerning making Aliyah to the land of their fathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

I pray for complete guidance on which country I will be in at any given time.

Praying for financial support to cover room, board, and travel between Israel, France, and the United States.

Praying for my personal needs and the needs of my family and friends.