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Sukkot The Feast of Tabernacles


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This week as we look forward to the Lord’s Festival  celebration of “Sukkot” (The Feast of Tabernacles)—we as Christians are encouraged  to remember the biblical re-telling of how God miraculously provided for Israel as they dwelled in huts (“sukkot”) during their 40 year sojourn in the desert after the Exodus from Egypt.

Sukkot is often called the “Season of our Joy” celebrating the harvest ingathering of the fall season. It is one of the three pilgrimage Feasts of the Lord mentioned in the Bible where God calls the nations of the earth to worship Him on His holy mountain—and He commands them not to come before Him empty handed.

Because of the call of Sukkot to rejoice for the blessing of God’s provision and care for our lives (Deut. 16:14-16) it is especially important to give of our increase.

At this time of remembrance of God’s goodness, please consider making an even greater commitment of your support of Israel by becoming a PJTN Watchman.  With a recurring monthly donation of at least $20, you will be pledging your vital support to our ongoing mission in the fight against anti-Semitism, the increase of violence on US college campus against Jewish students, and the war against the ever growing global forces that seek the destruction of Israel.

Your monthly support of PJTN can begin here! Please join us today in this important season of the remembrance of God’s increase and provision …

Shalom and blessings!

 

Laurie Cardoza-Moore
President/Proclaiming Justice to The Nations

Proclaiming Justice to The Nations
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In the Jewish world, we are marking a new year dawning as the observance of Rosh Hashanah brought a week steeped in prayers, shofar blasts, apples and honey and festively adorned tables welcoming a New Year.

In the context of the global challenges facing our world, for Christians committed to the protection and support of Israel, it’s a time of reflection and renewed energy to stand and let our voices be heard.

At this time of renewal,  PJTN is launching a new website that we hope you’ll visit often. This launch represents an even greater commitment by PJTN to provide all like-minded people who love and support Israel -  vital and compelling information, tools, and content to make the importance of our mission clear and easy to share.

We also want to announce a new membership goal: to enlist 5,000 “PJTN Watchmen” by December 31.  We invite you to become a PJTN Watchman today with a recurring monthly donation of at least $20 to support our mission in the fight against anti-Semitism, the BDS Movement, and the ever-growing oppressive forces that seek the destruction of Israel.

Your monthly support for PJTN can begin here!  For an amount totaling less than four coffees per month, you will be making a difference.  Please join us today!

And be sure and add visiting the new PJTN website to your daily online routine.  You’ll see how easy it is to share our mission with your friends and network of influence, to sign up and do more to protect Israel and the Jewish people each and every day—and to let your voice be heard.

On behalf of everyone at PJTN—we add our prayers to yours in wishing all Israel a peaceful and happy 5778.

Shalom and blessings!

 

Laurie Cardoza-Moore
President/Proclaiming Justice to The Nations

Proclaiming Justice to The Nations
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Happy Rosh Hashanah from PJTN

 

 
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May your homes be filled with blessings. May the New Year be as sweet as apples dipped in honey...rich with wisdom, joy, prosperity and love. 

On behalf of the members and board of PJTN, we wish you all "Am Yisrael" - a sweet, joyous and peaceful 5778.

 

Laurie Cardoza-Moore
President/PJTN

Stanley G. Tate
Chairman of the Board

Proclaiming Justice to The Nations
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