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FIRE ON THE ALTAR

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"Remember, the fire must be kept burning on the altar at all times. It must never go out." - Leviticus 6:13

"Then Elijah called to the people, “Come over here!” They all crowded around him as he repaired the altar of the Lord that had been torn down. He took twelve stones, one to represent each of the tribes of Israel, and he used the stones to rebuild the altar in the name of the Lord. Then he dug a trench around the altar large enough to hold about three gallons. He piled wood on the altar, cut the bull into pieces, and laid the pieces on the wood. Then he said, “Fill four large jars with water, and pour the water over the offering and the wood.” After they had done this, he said, “Do the same thing again!” And when they were finished, he said, “Now do it a third time!” So they did as he said, and the water ran around the altar and even filled the trench. At the usual time for offering the evening sacrifice, Elijah the prophet walked up to the altar and prayed, “O Lord, God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, prove today that you are God in Israel and that I am your servant. Prove that I have done all this at your command. O Lord, answer me! Answer me so these people will know that you, O Lord, are God and that you have brought them back to yourself.” Immediately the fire of the Lord flashed down from heaven and burned up the young bull, the wood, the stones, and the dust. It even licked up all the water in the trench! And when all the people saw it, they fell face down on the ground and cried out, “The Lord—he is God! Yes, the Lord is God!" -1 Kings 18:30-39 (NLT)

Repairing the Altar

of Prayer

"The Lord gave me a word, 'Prayer altars are being altered for Aliyah.' The Lord is awakening priestly watchmen to ascend to the Altar for Aliyah. We are living in an hour when we should not only pray for what we need and want, but we must get into the heart of the Father and understand what He desires and wants. I'm assured that He wants the six million Jews in North America to return home. Our Father is calling us to establish a global prayer watch. He's calling for prayer watches day and night and to disciple willing people to understand His heart, so as to pray fervently and effectively for Israel's redemption."  

- Dean Bye: Founder of Return Ministries and AOP

This is an invitation for those who are serious about aligning with the Lord and His purposes in these last days.  God is calling a great number of watchmen, intercessors, and worshippers from all nations to travail in prayer for the House of Israel, specifically for Aliyah.  Through the prayers of agreement from the saints, the spiritual enemies of God’s people are bound (Matthew 18:18), and they (the Jews) will be set free to make their Aliyah (return) to Israel and to realize their God-ordained destiny.  The greatest fuel for Aliyah is prayer, intercession, and worship before the Father. In the exodus out of Egypt, God heard the cry from the children of Israel in their enslavement and sent Moses to deliver them. During the Church age (the time of the Gentiles), the Jewish people have been blinded (Romans 11:25).  They need the nations who have "eyes to see and ears to hear" to take courage and to cry out for deliverance for the orphaned children of Israel, to bring them home again according to the Word of the Lord. (Isaiah 43:3-8)

Jesus said, “Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness . . .” (Matthew 6:33) As the end-times Church, we must realize that it's time to deeply seek God’s word and to go beyond elementary teachings. There's a shaking throughout the Earth happening now. This "shaking" goes well beyond what is happening in our own homes, lives, family, church, city, or nation.  We need to see it from the perspective of the God of Israel as it relates to what's on His heart. Do you feel called to join God's army of intercessors, watchmen, and worshippers?  If yes, then please scroll down to continue reading more about our mission, our vision, and our goals. If you are called to join us in this Holy and vital kingdom assignment, please register with us today.

"And the Lord spoke to you out of the midst of the fire. You heard the sound of the words, but saw no form; you only heard a voice." - Deut. 4:12

 

Our Mission

Praying for Aliyah involves spiritual warfare. 

We are calling forth people who can travail in prayer.  We also need intercessor teachers who can model how to mourn for the things that break God's heart and to have empathy in our intercession. God has been building momentum with the people of Uganda, Africa. Through all they have experienced, He has taught them to travail in prayer. He began speaking and told the Christian people of Uganda to stop praying about their problems. Instead, He said, “Ask Me what My destiny is for your nation.” That's when God began to reveal the need for prayer altars and the ministry of travailing in prayer. The Lord told Dr. John Mulinde (World Trumpet Mission and Prayer Mountain Uganda) that this travailing prayer would be rooted in Israel because it was, indeed, something He had given to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. However, God said that at an appointed time, He would allow the African people to return back the gift (of travailing prayer) that originated with the Jews.

 

The enemy wants to stop the plans of God. The enemy is aware that if he can delay the power of prayer in agreement, it will delay what God has purposed for the Jews - the return to their homeland. Consequently, it will also delay the nations and the body of Christ from taking their rightful place in helping the Jews return home. (Isaiah 49:22)

 

He is calling every nation to join with the nation of Uganda in travailing prayer so that the nations can return this gift. There are times that one must travail in order to enter into the presence of Elohim, our Creator God. God is bringing Jews and Gentiles together as “One New Man in Christ.”  This is the season to pray. He has placed on the hearts of the remnant His main objective in this hour.  His desire as confirmed in scripture is that His people return to the promised land.  And thus, when they are back in their God-ordained place - Israel, all nations will know that He is the Lord.

 

“And when I reveal my holiness through you before their very eyes', says the Sovereign Lord, 'then the nations will know that I am the Lord. For I will gather you up from all the nations and bring you home again to your land.”

–Ezekiel 36:23-24

 

Do we recognize our time of visitation? Let us not miss what God is doing. He is returning His people home. He is bringing together those of us who understand that the release of six million Jews in North America will require travailing intercession and weeping before the Lord, just as Jesus wept for Jerusalem because they did not know their time of visitation. (Luke 19:41-42)

 

This is the time for the Church to wake from its slumber and put on the full armor of God.

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Our  Purpose

  • 24/7 Global Prayer for Aliyah. An Intercessory Ministry with a Prophetic Task

  • Facilitate eight, 3-hour Prayer/Worship Watches Daily (180 minutes)

  • Assist participants in understanding God’s purposes for Israel, enabling them to pray effectively.

  • Unite North American Watchmen with African Watchmen in Partnership for the Return and Restoration of Israel.

  • Model Travailing Prayer to Allow Others to Gain More Experience in this Fervent Type of Prayer.

  • Create Unity and Agreement in Prayer Through Prayer Partners.

  • Remain Sensitive to the Holy Spirit and His Leading.

  • Encourage and Inspire Daily Bible Reading.

  • Advance the Kingdom of God Throughout the Earth

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Then the Lord said to me, “You have seen well, for I am watching over my word to perform it.”​

-Jeremiah 1:12

"May my prayer be set before you like incense; may the lifting up of my hands be like the evening sacrifice." -Psalm 141:2