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Israel: The World’s Most Powerful Nation!


“Then the Lord said, “Should I hide from Abraham what I am doing, since Abraham will surely become a great and mighty nation, and all the nations of the earth will be blessed in him?” Genesis 18:17 ,18

The promise to Abraham and his descendants of faith is that they would become a GREAT and POWERFUL NATION.

In fact, the nation of Israel became the most influential and powerful nation in all the history of mankind.

Israel’s ground is not productive, it doesn’t produce oil. Its territory is tiny and it has no domestic consumer market and the worse is: it’s surrounded by enemy nations who (if they could) would like to erase Israel from the map.

As a consequence, it had to invest in something in order to have international competitiveness.

So, it has invested in agriculture, technology and services and now exports everything to the wealthy countries of Europe and the US.

Forty-five per cent of Israelis have higher education, one of the highest rates in the world. The entire country has eight universities, four of which are among the top 100 in the world.

Israel is the nation that contributes the most to the world society through technological breakthroughs and innovations. Every year, the United States awards medals (Peace Nobel Prize) for the contribution to the advance of science and society in general, and so far, Jews have received 24% of all the medals given, which in proportion, is an exceptional benchmark.

This nation, which was created in one day on Mount Sinai and who, in its first 43 years overcame powerful nations in battles and conquered its own territory, despite suffering so many persecutions and is still a victim of the jealousy and hatred from numerous other nations, has prevailed for being THE NATION of God.

This is the spirit of this Campaign of Mount Sinai. On one day, December 18, 2016, you will become an invincible, influential, powerful nation that will reveal to the world that the God of Mount Sinai is the same today!

But notice one thing: It all begins with, “Should I hide from Abraham what I’m doing?” Or rather, “I will reveal to Abraham what I do.” Go

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