Amir Tsarfati: “It is Your DUTY To VOTE – Do Not Be Apathetic!” (VIDEO)


Amir Tsarfati is a brother in Christ from Israel. His Behold Israel Website is so powerful and used of our God in a mighty way! He has become a friend as well. Yesterday, my heart was so heavy because of what I see happening on Facebook among many Christians about this election.

They are being told that they should stay away from the polls in November. They are even being told that to take part in the election process would be considered evil by our Lord!

Yesterday, I spoke with Amir. He told me that he had this so heavily on his heart, that he actually ran outside and filmed his plea to vote to his brothers and sisters in Yeshua.  I believe that the Holy Spirit urged him to do this!

PLEASE watch and listen to our brother Amir.  He tells us that what we are seeing in the polls is deceptive. The media reports what they are told to report to make us feel hopeless. Amir tells us that it is not just our privilege to vote – it is our duty!

He reminds us of Bibi Netanyahu’s last election, and how Obama sent his people over to Israel to thwart a Netanyahu win. Even the polls showed that Bibl would probably lose.  But brethren, Bibl not only won, but he won by a landslide!  God is able!

Please watch and please share this. May this video of our brother go viral!



5 thoughts on “Amir Tsarfati: “It is Your DUTY To VOTE – Do Not Be Apathetic!” (VIDEO)

  1. We real Christians are NOT being apathetic, we’re just NOT going to be bullied, lectured or coerced in any form or fashion to bow our knee to either evil hitlary or tramp. we’re voting alright we have local amendments we are stopping. we’re just writing in our own Godly choices.

  2. In a VERY close race:

    So Jezebel is running for president. What if the other candidate was a; murderer, adulterer, disregard-er of Gods rules, is publicly despised by his wife, a polygamist that stole his friends wife, and a man that faked a mental illness while running from his government that deemed him a terrorist and marked him for death…….

    Who then shall we pencil in?

    If it were me, I would not sit on my hands, nor pencil anyone in. I would do all I can to STOP Jezebel.

    I would……… Vote for King David!

    Of course I’m not comparing David to Donald, i’m only illustrating how a campaign against David would use his actions against him.

    The only non vote issue I have. I will never vote for anyone pro abortion. Trump says he isn’t anymore so I have to take that at face value. Men can and DO change.

  3. Another illustration of holding a leader to OUR standard:

    A church was in need of a pastor for some time but was having trouble getting one; but not because pastors weren’t applying, but because the congregation always seemed to find fault with the pastors. Most pastors were rejected when the people just read the résumé. Some didn’t have enough experience, some too much, some not enough education, some too much and so on.

    One day a board member, who was getting very tired of this, decided to do something. So the next Sunday, he got up in the pulpit and announced that he had another résumé to share with the congregation. Most of them sat back, folded their arms and began to listen; ready to see what faults they could find on the new applicant. The board member began to read and the résumé went like this…

    `Gentlemen: Understanding your pulpit is vacant, I should like to apply for the position. I have many qualifications. I`ve been a preacher with much success and also have had some success as a writer. Some say I`m a good organizer. I`ve been a leader most places I`ve been.

    “I`m over 50 years of age. I have never preached in one place for more than three years. In some places, I have left town after my work caused riots and disturbances. I must admit I have been in jail three or four times, but not because of any real wrongdoing.

    “My health is not too good, though I still get a great deal done.

    “I`ve not gotten along well with religious leaders in towns where I have preached. I am not too good at keeping records. I have been known to forget whom I baptized.

    “However, if you can use me, I shall do my best for you.“

    Most of the people looked up at the deacon with smirks of condemnation while others chuckled out loud. One man stood up and still laughing asked the deacon,
    “Does this guy actually expect us to seriously consider him for our pastor? Just what’s this fellow’s name any way?”
    The deacon replied that the letter was signed –
    The Apostle Paul

    You could have heard a pin drop.

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