The reading in synagogues this week includes the portion from Deuteronomy 30, a prophetic description of many of our Jewish brothers and sisters who are back in the land as believers in Yeshua/Jesus.

Paraphrasing Moses’s words to Israel: When you have been scattered to the nations, but from the places of your exile, HE will bring you back into the land that your forefathers possessed. That part has already been fulfilled for those who came to the LORD during their exile, but there are more promises to those who have returned. Read Deuteronomy 30, and pray out loud (releasing prayers into the atmosphere), that the LORD will complete the promises to those who have returned as believers. “HE will make you more prosperous and numerous than your fathers (Yes, LORD!). The LORD will circumcise your hearts and the hearts of your descendants (Amen to all the children of those who have returned, in YESHUA’s Name and authority!), so that you may love him with all your heart and with all your soul and live” (verses 5 and 6).

You may want to read the whole chapter, but as you do, agree with God’s promises. Where two or three of us agree together, it will be done. Pray that the believers who have returned to the land of their forefathers will prosper in every way – financially, relationally, spiritually, intellectually, physically – according to His promises!