A new Exodus is happening and Jews from all over the world are returning to their ancestral homeland of Israel. This process of the Jewish “homecoming” is called “Aliyah” in Hebrew. We are currently seeing a massive influx of new Jewish immigrants to Ashdod and the rest of the country, and they are in dire need of our help.
Our care baskets for new immigrants are lovingly put together and contain food, cutlery, crockery, and bedding to offer people a head-start as they start their new lives here in Israel. Many families struggle daily without these basic necessities, which are things that most of us have access to without even thinking about it.
Blessing the Jewish people as they return to Israel is a wonderful privilege and a Biblical commandment, and we look forward to keeping the momentum going and helping many more families through our humanitarian projects every month. Our work in distributing these care baskets to new immigrants allows us to share the love of God with these dear ones, through our actions and our friendship.
We also make sure to share the fact that Christians from all over the world, who love and pray for Israel, are the reason that we are able to provide these care baskets to poor and needy Israelis. The financial support of Christians like you enables us to serve hundreds of new Israeli immigrants with critical humanitarian aid as they start out their new lives in Israel.
The greatest prophetic sign of the last days is the return of the Jews to the land of Israel. This work of ours is a very important part of the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy of preparing the land for Aliyah and the return of the Jewish people from the diaspora. In Jeremiah 16:14-16, we also read of the “fishermen” who will help bring the Jewish people home and who play a part in the restoration of Israel. These “fishermen” are Christians from all over the world who love and support Israel.
“However, the days are coming,” declares the Lord, “when it will no longer be said, ‘As surely as the Lord lives, who brought the Israelites up out of Egypt,’ but it will be said, ‘As surely as the Lord lives, who brought the Israelites up out of the land of the north and out of all the countries where he had banished them.’ For I will restore them to the land I gave their ancestors. “But now I will send for many fishermen,” declares the Lord, “and they will catch them.”
The need is great here in Israel, and we are able to reach thousands of Israelis every month, but our only challenge is finances. Our leadership and volunteer teams have been managing our project logistics and distribution very efficiently up to now, and have successfully ensured that all of our available aid goes out as quickly as possible to the new immigrants who have registered for our projects.
The rate of immigration to Israel is ever-increasing and the need to aid new immigrants continues to grow. As we move forward we believe that God will position us in such a manner as to see to the needs of new immigrants all over Israel, and not just those in the south of Israel.
If you would like to be a part of the fulfillment of Bible prophecy, then I would like to encourage you to support Aliyah and the return of the Jewish people to Israel by sowing your financial seed into our work. Thank you and Shalom!