Abbas Calls for ‘Jerusalem Intifada’

11 Responses

  1. Brendon says:

    Brother John,

    Have you ever heard of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews? The goal is to provide food and clothing to impoverished Jews in Israel and the former Soviet Union. What are your thoughts on this ministry? The website is

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      These groups do not allow us to share the gospel to the Jews.
      Some of the money goes to Jewish groups which persecute our brothers and sisters in the Lord.

  2. Irene C says:

    Thank you Brother John for helping us stay focused on our Lord Jesus while the world rages around us.


  3. Johannes, Norway says:

    Very sad to see that my neighboring country Sweden recognizes the fake state of “Palestine” on the very same day Mr. Abbas calls for ‘Jerusalem Intifada’! Their former PM Olof Palme also led the way when he was the first to receive Yasir Arafat (1983). He did not get a nice demise three years later…

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      I remember that many involved with the Oslo Accords died soon afterwards.
      God bless you.

  4. Melany says:

    Brendon- I financially supported IFCJ for years until I found out through Zola Levitt at the time that the gospel is not allowed to be shared. Brother John is correct. I’m now supporting The Joshua Fund (Joel Rosenberg) as one of my ways of blessing Israel. God bless all of you and keep looking up. Messiah’s return is very near at hand.

  5. Darlene says:

    I too supported IFCJ until I found out the salary of the top people. I now support Blessing Israi Believers because I feel my donation truly helps Jewish believers.

  6. Dan.w says:

    Jews for Jesus,and Chosen people ministries are both very solid,and very Biblical.God bless you all.

  7. Brendon says:

    Thanks for letting me know. I listen to Family Talk radio on Sirius XM and they’ve been running 30 minute commercials from 11:30-midnight.

  8. Denise in MI says:

    Christians United for Israel article (10/5), listing many charities to which they give. Dennis Prager makes some deep points.