15. In The End Times Messiah, Will Be Welcomed by All Israel
Before the 1970’s Catholic churches in general did not expose the Eucharist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for their parish members to spend time with God.
Since the 1970’s a unique phenomenon in the Catholic Church has led its faithful to dedicate one hour a week to be with Jesus , the founder of the Church, in the form of the Blessed Sacrament, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
It is interesting to note that the Church has had its priests celebrate the Eucharist in an unbroken chain since the year 35 (nearly 2,000 years ago) when Jesus broke the Bread at the Last Supper, hours before being arrested, less than 24 hours before giving up His Body on the Cross.
It is also fascinating to read the scripture telling us that Jesus prayed for Unity precisely between breaking the Bread at the Last Supper and His arrest on that Holy Thursday…surely a last will and testament of His prayer for us knowing of the divisions we were to face in the world.
The following website contains a listing of all the parishes in the USA today that expose the Blessed Sacrament perpetually, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Today you can locate these perpetual adoration churches just about an hour’s drive from anywhere in the USA.
16. Extraordinary statement signed by numerous orthodox rabbis on topic of Christianity
A Jewish Understanding of Christians and Christianity
Jews and Christians must bear witness together to the presence of God and to His moral laws. If Jews and Christians can become partners after nearly 2,000 years of theological delegitimization and physical conflict, then peace is possible between any two peoples anywhere. That peace would be our most powerful witness to God’s presence in human history and to our covenantal responsibility to carry God’s blessing to the world. It is the very essence of what makes up the messianic dream.