25 Liberian Christians from various churches are expected to join 150 others from around the world to attend this year’s Feast of Tabernacles in Israel.
The delegation is attending the Feast of Tabernacles under a Christian world body known as the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ).
This will be the first attendance of a delegation comprising Liberian Christians to this historic event, the Feast of Tabernacles, which has usually been held in Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Israel, since 1980.
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) is expected to host the event.
At the end of the feast, a communion service will be held at the Garden Tomb where Christ Jesus was buried and resurrected.
“The 150 member delegation will travel to Galilee where they will tour almost all of the Biblical sites, including a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee as well as to view the Jordan River,” Wright said.
Besides these activities, the Liberian Christian delegation will meet with members of the Israeli Parliament.
Mr. Wright said the members of the delegation will share with members of the Israeli Parliament how Liberians intend to move their country forward with the help of Israel in the area of agriculture, education, health and youth empowerment.
“Upon their return, there will be a Spiritual Reawakened because Zachariah 14:16 says, ‘All those that have gone against Jerusalem or Israel must take upon themselves, members of all families of the earth to go to Jerusalem and celebrate the Feast of Tabernacle to serve the King,’ and that is what this delegation will be doing for Liberia,” he said.
On Tuesday, September 18, a prayer service was held at the Army of the Living Church on Old Road, Sinkor, for the Liberian Christian delegation to Israel, putting their travel and all activities in the hands of God.