Jerusalem Conference ReportPosted January 24, 2008
Since the "Let's Go Up to Jerusalem" Conference ended (June 13-15) we have been receiving unsolicited reactions from members of the body of Messiah in Israel. One leader said, "This was not a conference. I usually don't like conferences. This was a three-day visitation from the Lord. His presence was so overwhelming and powerful. I was on my knees. Rivers of tears flowed." Another said, "I was so touched by David Wilkerson's first message, I couldn't stop crying all day." One of our interns said, "I didn't know a conference could be like this."
The overall consensus of believers from Israel was that the Spirit of God was released in such depth because all of the speakers were such broken, humble vessels of the Lord.
Believers came from all over the land, literally from "Dan to Beersheba" - including Jews born in Israel, Ethiopian Jewish immigrants, many immigrants from the former Soviet Union, and Arabs from Israel and the Palestinian territories, along with hundreds from the nations — and wept, praised, shouted, and at times sat in silence at the awesome presence of God.
Brothers and sisters from Italy, Greece, and the United States also told me they had never been so impacted by a conference.
In his opening message of the conference, David Wilkerson refuted the teaching of "replacement theology" (which falsely claims that the church has replaced Israel). Pastor David called on the church worldwide to stand with God's biblical purposes for the Jewish people and Israel.
For three days the truth of the "one new man" of Jew and Gentile being "built together for a dwelling place of God in the Spirit" was a reality in Jerusalem. May we all continue to walk in this revelation so precious to the heart of God in these last days.