Discernment to Rise Above
by Doug Stringer
Outlines parallels from the time of Josephus
to what we see happening in the world today.

How to Pray for Israel
Teachings from Derek Prince

Where to Pray
Some people will pray alone and others will pray with two or more (Mt. 18:20)—virtually or in-person—in their home, office, dorm, or at their church, etc.

The IHOPKC prayer room is committed to worship and pray non-stop 24/7 for 3 weeks (May 7-28) for Israel.

The website identifies churches, ministries, Bible studies, youth groups, etc. that that are provides ministry resources, regular communication, meetings, etc. Search for locations near you.

Be A Hub
If you want your church or ministry info listed on, click on the “Be A Hub” link for more information. Information is also available on the Isaiah 62 Fast Facebook page.



Somebody Cares is collaborating with several thousand ministries—including Lou Engle, Jason Hubbard, Mike Bickle—to call 1 million believers to participate in a global solemn assembly (May 7-28):

  • Fasting in various ways and praying for the Lord’s purposes for Israel
  • AND asking Him to raise up 100 million intercessors for Israel, according to His promise in Isaiah 62:6 to sovereignly “set,” “appoint,” or “mark” intercessors who will remind the Lord of His promises for Jerusalem until Jesus returns.

    Isaiah 62:6-7 is an end-time promise that is now escalating across the earth.

On your walls, O Jerusalem, I have appointed [set, KJV] watchmen; all day and all night they will never keep silent. You [intercessors] who remind the Lord, take no rest for yourselves; And give Him no rest until He makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth [at Jesus’ return]. (Isa. 62:6-7, NAS)

Israel’s national repentance (Act 3:19) and confession that Jesus is Messiah (Mt. 23:39) is deeply connected to Jesus’ second coming, the Great Commission, and “life from the dead” for the whole earth (Rom. 11:15).

In the first three weeks after announcing this fast on March 7, over one million had already committed to participate in various ways. This will be the first time in history that far more than 1 million will continue 24 hours a day for 21 days in praying for God’s promises for Israel. The uniqueness of this prayer initiative is itself a sign of the times and an acceleration of God’s “set time for a generation yet to be created” to engage together in His purposes for Israel (Ps. 102:13, 18).