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A Pentecost Moment: CBN Airing 'Night of Promise' Special to Bless Israel and Seek God for Global Revival

Added 05-29-20 08:05:02pm EST - “Nearly 2000 years ago, God poured out His Holy Spirit on the church during Pentecost. The times were difficult then also, but in the midst of upheaval, God was at work to change the future of the world for His glory, forever.?” - Www1.cbn.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Www1.cbn.com: “A Pentecost Moment: CBN Airing 'Night of Promise' Special to Bless Israel and Seek God for Global Revival”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Nearly 2000 years ago, God poured out His Holy Spirit on the church during Pentecost. The times were difficult then also, but in the midst of upheaval, God was at work to change the future of the world for His glory, forever. 

With the world facing ongoing pandemic turmoil, a large group of Christians is uniting for a special moment to offer encouragement, celebrate Pentecost, declare God's faithfulness, bless Israel, and build the faith of believers everywhere.

So a unique program has been created, entitled "Night of Promise", to coincide with Pentecost weekend, airing on Christian TV stations and networks across the US, Canada, and around the world this Friday and Saturday night.

With Israel also facing economic hardship and 25 percent unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic at this Pentecost season, or Shavuot as it's known in Israel, the event will feature an effort to rally medical supplies and humanitarian aid for the Holy Land. The program will raise money to benefit organizations ministering in Israel, to stand with Israel when they need help the most. Operation Blessing is the designated humanitarian organization that will receive and then distribute funds to those entities in Israel. All donations will go to: OB.org/NightOfPromise.

The "Night of Promise" is also designed to encourage Christians around the world that God is faithful. It's a reminder for Christians to come together as one, just as the Jewish believers did on that first Pentecost. It will be a time of blessing and encouragement as believers unite in faith, praying for an outpouring of God's Spirit in our nation, in Israel, and around the world.

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