Does Your Church Support Israel?

Can you say with confidence that your church supports Israel? This is a question that should be answered with a resounding YES, but this isn't truly the case in our modern-day Christianity.


First, we need to define who we mean when we are talking about Israel. Are we talking about the Israeli government? The entirety of the population in the Middle Eastern nation? The decision makers of the IDF? The answer to that is no.

The Israel our church should fervently and religiously love and support is the precious Jewish people. Israel is not just the Jewish people overseas, but it's the Jewish people next door. It's all the diaspora that was unfortunately scattered worldwide -- they remain the Father's chosen people.

Some Christians get mad when we talk about loving and blessing the Jewish people, they don't understand the family to which we have been grafted in to.

Ephesians 3:6: That the Gentiles should be fellowheirs, and of the same body, and partakers of his promise in Christ by the gospel:

We are blessed to be fellow heirs, not fellow heirs with Jesus (as some incorrectly interpret the verse to be saying), but rather fellow heirs with Israel.

We know that the Jewish people have a veil over their eyes because of the unbelief of their ancestors, but they remain a special people in the eyes of the Father.

Some churches are infected with the evil and dangerous idea of replacement theology, and they feel that they have superseded Israel in God's covenant with them.

Other churches don't subscribe to a replacement model of thinking, but they just don't seem to care. The same churches rarely mention the OT because they believe it to be primarily done away with.

If your church isn't mentioning Israel, isn't standing with His people in these very difficult times, then the change starts with you! Be a voice for the Father's precious people, and support those who brought us our sacred Scriptures and our Messiah.

  • Start prayer groups that regularly meet and intercede on behalf of the chosen people.

  • Ask your pastor where they stand on Israel and the Jewish people (and make sure your church isn't promoting replacement theology!)

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