Monday, March 26, 2007

Knesset C.A.C. Issues Press Release - Letter of Repentance Cited in Alert

"Arise ye, and let us go Up To Zion . . ."
(Jer. 31:6)

We wish to thank all of our readers who have endorsed our Letter of Repentance, by visting our website at: and adding the name of your own ministry or organization to this growing list.

Please find below a press release issued this morning at the Knesset by the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus (The Knesset C.A.C.), announcing the news that the Letter of Repentance WILL be presented inside the Knesset this Wednesday, March 28th, at approximately 1:30 p.m. in Jerusalem. (This is 7:30 a.m. in Washington.)

Capitol Hill Prayer Partners will be hosting a nationwide conference call at the time of this presentation, to ask the Blessing of the Lord upon all who will witness this event that day.

We believe that this act of repentance, and reconciliation, between Christian and Jew will serve to reestablish the Covenant between our two peoples, and lay a foundation for greater unity between us in the days ahead.

Because this annoucement is posted on this blog, we are asking the following:
If you would like to join us from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 28th, to intercede with us during the Presentation of the Letter of Repentance at the First Jerusalem Assembly please email: - for the call-in phone number and access code. Thank you.

During this conference call, we will share with you the story of how God called CHPP to help initiate this letter, along with a small team that authored it. We wish to thank the five other ministries that have stood alongside us to endorse this work since its beginning, and who are now cited as Charter Endorsers on our website:

Bridges for Peace

Covenant Alliances
Intercessors for America
International Christian Embassy Jerusalem
Unity Coalition for Israel

May God bless you all!!!

[IMPORTANT NOTE: Please note that this conference call WILL BE RECORDED, so that we might be able to share with our friends in Israel what the Lord brought forth during our time of corporate prayer that day.]