(Denver, Colorado) — Greetings from Colorado. I arrived here yesterday straight from Israel for a series of meetings, speeches, media interviews and to see my parents and family.
Monday, Lord willing, I will fly to Washington, D.C. Then, on Tuesday, I am humbled to have been invited to attend the historic Mideast peace treaty signing ceremony at the White House.
Participating in the ceremony — to be held in the South Lawn, I’m told, weather permitting — will be President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, United Arab Emirates’ Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed al Nahyan, and Bahraini Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al Zayani.
Cabinet Members, Members of Congress and members of the international diplomatic corps will also be attendance for the first Arab-Israeli peace treaty signing in 25 years.
I wish I could take you with me as my guest. But I will try to do the next best thing — show you everything that happens as it unfolds, as though you were sitting with me.
In addition, my team and I will be posting exclusive interviews and insider details from before and after the event, and explaining what it all means and why it matters.
Our websites have only been running for two weeks. But by God’s grace, my team and I are now in position to report on and to interpret for Evangelical Christians and others all over the globe the most important events affecting Israel and the Arab world — not from the sidelines, but from the front row, as historic, tectonic, game-changing events unfold in real time.
I hope you will take time to follow ALL ISRAEL NEWS all this week — and especially on Tuesday — checking back minute by minute, and hour by hour, for updates on the site and on our social media accounts.
Please also tell your friends who care about Israel and the region to use us as their “one-stop-shopping” website for all the latest, important credible news and analysis in a simple, easy-to-navigate format.
And please don’t stop praying for us, or for the safety of this event and all the leaders involved, or for the peace of Jerusalem, as we are commanded in Psalm 122:6. The enemies of peace are not going to take all this sitting down. We need to be prepared for — and pray against — a potentially violent backlash. Thanks so much.
ONE LAST NOTE: Tomorrow, Monday, as a subscriber of this blog, you’re going to receive a free special email called “The Week Ahead: Jerusalem Edition.” It will be written by me. It will come from ALL ISRAEL NEWS. And it will start coming every Monday. It’s a new column to inform you about the breaking news and critical events and trends you need to watch for in Israel and the Arab world so you know best how to pray. I hope you find it helpful. Please feel free to post your feedback and questions on our Facebook page. Thanks — and may God bless you as you keep praying for peace.
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