Help Israel By Planting Olive Trees In The Holy Land

IMAGINE THAT YOU PLANTED AN OLIVE TREE IN ISRAEL ...

… THAT HELPED FULFILL BIBLE PROPHECY?

A powerful and symbolic way for you to express your support for Israel is by supporting our Olive Grove Project in Maale Amos – the village of the prophet Amos. The village is located just south of Bethlehem. It’s in Judea, the region where young David tended Jesse’s sheep.

We began this very special outreach several years ago and have already planted 4,000 olive trees.

Moving forward, each year we plan to add 1,000 more saplings until the entire region is planted. We are helping to make the desert bloom. This olive grove will also help these farmers financially producing eventually producing high-quality olive oil.

What a special way to be a blessing!

 

Larry & Tiz Huch
Pastors

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As you join with us prayerfully and financially you are accomplishing the will of God. And God promises in Genesis 12:3 that as you’re a blessing to Israel, He will, in turn, be a blessing to you! The Lord spoke this promise to Abraham and it’s still in effect today. 

“I will bless those that bless you…” This revelation will change your life!

  • Do you need more of God’s blessing?
  • Do you need more of God’s favor?
  • Do you need more of God’s miracle breakthrough power?

When you bless Israel and the Jewish people you have God’s He will bless you!
It’s as simple as that.

It’s no coincidence God gave us this special location to be a blessing to Israel and a village of Jewish farmers. It has a rich biblical history. Amos the prophet was a shepherd just like David in the very same hills of Judea. His greatest prophecy foretold of a day just before the coming of the Messiah when Jews and Gentiles would come together. He said,

“In that day will I raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen, and close up the breaches thereof, and; I will raise up his ruins, and I will build it as in the days of old…” (see Amos 9:11-15)

The Tabernacle of David, which was located in the City of David on Mount Zion, was a powerful place of worship. God’s miracle blessing was released here unlike any other place. Many of the Psalms were written here. The key was there was no middle wall dividing Jews from Gentiles. 

This is what Amos saw prophetically for the last days. The walls of division between the church and the synagogue would come tumbling down. The prophet saw that the same miracle-working spirit in the original Tabernacle of David would be released again. It would be a sign the Messiah is ready to return. 

Helping to fulfill this prophecy is exactly what we are called to do as a ministry. With your help, we can bless Israel and these Jewish farmers; while at the same time accomplishes God’s good, acceptable and perfect will. 

The world says this land does not belong to these Jewish farmers. They falsely allege it’s occupied territory. Instead of calling this region by its biblical name of Judea they’ve attempted rewrite the history books by calling it the West Bank. Of course, this is secular and political nonsense. It’s another ploy in a long line of schemes to silence God’s people and reject God’s plans and promises.

This is why our olive grove project has such biblical significance. It counters the anti-Christ crowd. It establishes the biblical prophecy of Amos the prophet. His end-time prophecy foretells of a time when Jews and Gentiles would come together, replant the land – never to be uprooted again. (Amos 9:11-15)

This very same prophecy God gave to Amos about restoring the Tabernacle of David is found in the Book of Acts. That’s right. James, the first Pastor of the New Covenant church saw exactly what Amos saw. 

Acts 15 describes the great leadership council in Jerusalem. In the years following the resurrection of the Lord many Gentiles came to the faith. Suddenly it wasn’t only Jews worshipping the Lord God Almighty. Now it was the Gentiles too.

As a result, the Jerusalem Council needed to make some decisions on how to manage things. Though some objected, James gave the final decision. It was a powerful Word from the Lord. He made clear to all that what was manifesting between the Gentiles and Jews was the fulfillment of Amos’s prophecy.

‘After this I will return And will rebuild the tabernacle of David, which has fallen down; I will rebuild its ruins, And I will set it up; 17 So that the rest of mankind may seek the Lord, Even all the Gentiles who are called by My name, Says the Lord who does all these things.’ Acts 15:16-17

What’s so powerful is that the way it happened at the first coming of the Lord is how it will happen again just before His second coming. Jews and Gentiles (Christians) will come together once again. This relationship has been broken for nearly 1,900 years. But the Spirit of God is now rebuilding what was ruined by the doctrines of men.

And not only the Spirit of God but by YOU! 

You are part of a worldwide movement of Christians who are committed to standing with Israel and the Jewish people. Together we are producing a bond of friendship and unity like we’ve never seen before. Please join with us in support of the Olive Grove Project! It’s another charitable work the ministry here is committed to so that we can tear down a huge 2,000-year-old wall.

Praise God, the breach is being repaired because of your love, compassion, vision and generous financial support. Please donate today.

Olive Trees Grove

Our Olive Grove Project is in the village of Ma’ale Amos. It blesses Jewish farmers in the desert hills of Judea who are literally making the desert bloom. This project is a fulfillment of Bible prophecy from Amos 9 that in the last days Gentiles will unite with Jews to reclaim the land of Israel. With the help of LHM partners around the world we have planted 4,000 trees. In the spring of 2020 we plan to plant another 1,000 trees by supplying funding for the saplings, extensive groundwork, computerized drip irrigation, on-going maintenance and more!

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