Benjamin Berger is a well-known international conference speaker, and the Messianic pastor of the Congregation of the Lamb on Mount Zion in the Old City of Jerusalem. In this video, he shares on the topic, “The Kingdom of God and the Nations”. He also shows photos from a recent visit to some Pacific island nations, where the national leaders made Covenant with the God of the Bible and His purposes for Israel. We pray for those nations.
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This news makes my heart leap with joy. Wow! Thank you for the teaching and for sharing the news about the Pacific Islands, Pastor Berger. We can all rejoice with you and the Messianic congregations in Israel.
Amen! This is the season of answers to prayers for the nations and their governments!
Rejoice you islands!
Let’s pray that they would stand with Israel also on a political level at the UN.
In 2012 was the decision to acknowledge a palestinian state (on God’s Land of Israel) and Samoa abstained and didn’t stand with Israel although they were asked to do so by the United States. A month later they had a horrible cyclon that brought a lot of destruction especially in Apia, the capital and government seat. So they experienced Genesis 12:3.
On the other side, American Samoa which is US territory – and the US was one of 10 nations (!) that voted for Israel, was spared when the cyclone inexplicably turned away from American Samoa in the last minute and then went to Apia where it brought a lot of destruction.
Let’s pray that the Islanders will inquire about the will of God for the State of Israel and be truly blessed!
Just saw the interview of Benjamin and Reuven on Israelstory, and was so amazed that their story of finding the Messiah was broadcast. Also read 1 Sam 3 this morning, and remembered how the Lord spoke to Benjamin in Denmark (I think). I bless the Lord for such obedient servants who are part of this end-time return of His chosen people to His bosom. May the Lord enlarge the site of your tent so that more sons and daughters will be able to return and claim their inheritance.