Prayer Wall Macon officially opened on July 12, 2014. We welcome all who need a quiet place to pray, to come, and if you wish, you may place your requests in the prayer box at the Wall. This Wall is intended as a place of prayer for all nations.
In Israel the Western Wall, Kotel in Hebrew, also known as the Wailing Wall, is a central place where tourists and local residents visit to pray, and place their prayer requests in the wall. Rabbi Hershberg wants to extend the same opportunity for local residents of Macon, Georgia and surrounding areas to leave their prayer requests at the wall.
Rabbi Hershberg will be speaking at the ministry(ies) listed below, and will host a tour to Israel in March 2017. If you are in these areas, or have friends or relatives, please share this information with them. Above all, we ask that you will pray for him, and those who will accompany him.
Sunday, March 26 – Monday, April 3, 2017
Join Rabbi Hershberg for an unforgettable tour in Israel!
This message, Return of the King, is vital to the Body of Messiah! Watch/Listen, and you will see God’s Messianic vision regarding theRestoration Of Israel,Revival Of the Jewish People, and the Return Of theKing (ROI, ROJ, ROK), through the prophetic scriptures.
In this service, the Presence of the Ruach HaKodesh permeated the atmosphere so powerfully–as if The Father was placing His stamp of approval on the message.
There is no doubt that today Matthew 24 is in the process of being fulfilled. The King of Kings is soon to return! How do we know this is true? Scripture substantiates it.
So, if you need a reminder of the faithfulness of our Heavenly Father, and encouragement to finish the race, this one’s for you! If you need to discern the season, this one’s for you!
Rabbi Hershberg concluded the message with three versions of Luke 21:25-28, which encouraged the congregation to stand firm, and rejoice, knowing that the battle is on, but “help is on the way!”
Please share this message with the Body of Messiah. In all the doom and gloom, we need to be encouraged and reminded that God is still in control, and has always been!