“And give Him no rest until He establishes And makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth.” Isaiah 62:7
It was such an honor to have Operation Exodus USA co-sponsor a three-day celebration, Israel 70 and Strong, in Washington, DC this May! Our team including international and US board memb
The Gala Celebration was charged with excitement; the room was electric! Hundreds in attendance crowded together to give thanks to God for His mercy toward Jerusalem and the USA. The Lord has once again shown favor to Jerusalem, the eternal city where He has chosen to display His greatness, where He chose to put His name (I Kings 11:36) and where our Savior will soon dwell as King of all the earth!
At an Israeli Embassy celebration on Monday evening, guests were honored from Israeli, Jewish and Christian communities but to our surprise, severe weather alerts rang out on cell phones while waiting for Vice President Pence’s speech. Hailstones fell, tornado’s struck, and thousands of trees were uprooted. Something miraculous was occurring in the unseen realm. We all were undoubtedly witnesses to manifestations of God’s power. God was certainly watching over His word to perform it.
I believe Operation Exodus USA is turning a corner and waves of Aliyah (Jewish immigration to Israel) from America will soon follow. As evidence, the numbers of Jewish Americans requesting assistance to immigrate to Israel has double from last year. This increase is exciting news and more than a sign; this is a shout from heaven!
May we be like men and women of Issachar who had “the understanding of the times.” May we know what we “ought to do” to help strengthen and bless Israel! (1 Chron. 12:32).
Operation Exodus USA
Operation Exodus USA assists Jewish people to immigrate to Israel and encourages Christians to help. We believe God is drawing the Jewish people back to the land of Israel in fulfillment of Biblical prophecy and that the Gentiles are called to assist in their return. Our five year vision is to assist Jewish people throughout the USA with an emphasis on the greater New York City area and the Great Lakes.