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Ebenezer Testimonies

From the ICEJ Feast of Tabernacles

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14 Jan 2019 (All day)
Ebenezer Testimonies

Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen, and called its name Ebenezer, saying, “Thus far the LORD has helped us.” (Sam 7:12)
Ebenezer means “stone of help” and was set up by Samuel as a marker and memorial of God’s help and provision. After the 2018 Feast of Tabernacles, the ICEJ staff can testify the Lord has helped us “thus far” and continues to be our Ebenezer.


1. Days before our grand opening event at Ein Gedi, the police said the festive evening must be cancelled. The night before the event, God did a miracle by giving us the permit we needed for the opening night to go on just as if nothing had happened!
2. As Daniel Kolenda prayed for God’s healing touch over the crowd at Ein Gedi, a woman in her 80’s was instantly healed from the chronic pain in her legs and back which had plagued her for many years. After realizing God had healed her, she began dancing and praising God!
3. ICEJ VP and Senior Spokesman David Parsons, sick with a head cold and fever during the Feast, was daily strengthened by God, who enabled him to emcee, speak, and connect with people throughout the entire Feast.
4. ICEJ’s President Jürgen Bühler, still recovering from a recent major surgery, felt God’s continuous provision of strength and energy to serve as the keynote speaker for the opening night in the arena and to attend each day of the Feast.
5. An 84-year-old pastor from the Philippines came to Israel for the first time; in one of the sessions of the Feast God healed him from a heart disease that he had for several years.
6. Christine from the USA shared, “My husband changed his opinion about Israel after reading the ICEJ Word from Jerusalem magazine, and he was finally open to come to Israel. I am here with my husband at the conference.”
 


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