I Stand With Israel
I Stand with Israel! To: Barack Obama, President of the United States WHEREAS we the undersigned recognize the Bible as the Word of God, eternal, unchanging, and of the authority of God. (2 Timothy 3:16) WE AFFIRM the steadfast and permanent love of God for Israel and the Jewish people, as clearly declared in the Word of God. (Jeremiah 31:3) WE AFFIRM the Abrahamic Covenant as stated in the Bible, which declares that those people, nations and leaders, who bless Israel shall be blessed, and those who curse her, shall be cursed. (Genesis 12:3; Zechariah 12:2-9) WE AFFIRM the eternal covenant of God to Israel, and His promise and giving of the land of Israel to the Jewish people as their everlasting homeland, now and always as declared by His Word. (Genesis 17:7-9) WE AFFIRM the regathering of the Jewish people to their ancient homeland and the rebirth of Israel as ordained and prophesied in the Scriptures, accomplished by His hand, and thus the right and Biblical mandate of Israel to exist in the land of Israel. (Ezekiel 36 and 37; Isaiah 11:11-12) WE AFFIRM Jerusalem as the undivided eternal capital of Israel, and the biblical warning that any seeking to move or divide it shall do so at their peril. (Joel 3:16-21) WE AFFIRM the resolve of Israeli citizens to stand and defend themselves against the onslaught of terror arrayed against them. WE AFFIRM the call of God for all nations and governments, including all those of the Arab world, to recognize the right of Israel to exist, by His decree. (Zechariah 2:8) WE AFFIRM our steadfast support of Israel, to exist, to thrive, and to defend her people against all that is arrayed against her. THEREFORE WE PETITION the President and the United States Government to unequivocally support the state of Israel in her right to exist, in her struggle against terrorism, in her God given right to her land, and to Jerusalem, to stand unmoved, undivided, as her capital, her eternal city. Mr. President, as a professing Christian, do you want to be remembered throughout all eternity as the man who divided God’s land against His promise? (Joel 3:2) - The one who divided God's city? (Zechariah 12:1-3) - The one who touched the apple of God's eye and compromised its security? (Zechariah 2:8) Or do you want to be remembered throughout all eternity as the man that stood resolutely, boldly and uncompromised with God's nation Israel, undeterred by world opinion?