"Today Is A Continuation Of Israel's Blessings" Says PJTN Founder
CHRISTIAN PRO ISRAEL LEADER SAYS “TODAY IS A CONTINUATION OF GOD’S COVENANT OF BLESSINGS ON ISRAEL”
LAURIE CAROZA-MOORE IN ISRAEL FOR US EMBASSY MOVE CEREMONIES, MOSKOWITZ PRIZE AWARDS
(Nashville, Tennessee) –May 14, 2018 --Founder of US-based pro-Israel advocacy group Proclaiming Justice To The Nations, and a Special Envoy to the UN for Human Rights, Laurie Cardoza-Moore has long invested time and support to today’s move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem.
She noted today from Jerusalem: “The prophets of the Old Testament prophesized that God was going to bring the Jewish people back to the Land of Israel and as Isaiah Chapter 35 tells us, ‘the desert would blossom like a rose, that the cities would be inhabited, and that the desolate places would be places of joy, that they would come from the four ends of the earth rejoicing.’ All of this has happened in Israel. Starting in 1917 with the Balfour Declaration, to statehood of Israel in 1948, to Jerusalem being reclaimed in 1968, we’ve seen the miracle that is Israel. Today’s US Embassy move to Jerusalem and the recognizing it imparts on the rightful restoration as the Eternal City that was and is Israel’s true capital marks yet another historic blessing God has brought to the Jewish people. His blessings will continue to pour out as their covenant with Him—like Jerusalem-- is eternal in God’s plan.”
She added: “I applaud President Trump and his message of today.”
Filming of PJTN’s globally broadcast television series, Focus On Israel, transmitted worldwide over networks including Daystar and GOD-TV, has been underway over the past two weeks in Israel.
Hosted by Cardoza-Moore, the program is focused on educating viewers on the history of Israel and the Jews from ancient to modern times, their undeniable rights to their ancient homeland, and the biblical responsibility of Christians to support Israel as a mandate of God. The series also brings a modern lens in focus on current headline topics from the rampant rise of global anti-Semitism, to the growing voice of the BDS movement throughout the world culture including on US college campuses.
Current filming schedule highlights have included meetings with US Ambassador David Friedman in Jerusalem, talks with Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, and coverage of the annual Moskowitz Prize for Zionism. A passionate and lifelong supporter of Israel, Dr. Moskowitz and his wife Cherna, founded the Moskowitz Foundation in 1968. It has since pioneered countless initiatives in Israel and around the Jewish world. One of American Jewry’s leading philanthropists, Dr. Moskowitz passed away two years ago at the age of 88.
The 2018 “Lion of Zion” awards were presented to Yosef Lutenberg for his outstanding life-long work for the State of Israel and to Avichai Yaakov for his work in recent years with students towards their personal empowerment and integration into Israel society as leaders.
“Being in Jerusalem for the Moskowitz Awards was a tremendous honor,” noted Cardoza-Moore. “Mrs. Moskowitz has long been a well-recognized influencer for groundbreaking positive world change. She is a true champion for the good and noble in both the State of Israel and to America’s Jewish community and to all those that support it.”
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