September 1: Righteousness

The time of Israel’s restoration under Messiah’s rule is called “the Messianic Kingdom.” During that time the people as well as the land will experience revival. At the same time the nations who refuse to worship Him will experience God’s anger and fury

Micah 5:9-15

Your hand shall be lifted against your adversaries,

And all your enemies shall be cut off.

“And it shall be in that day,” says the Lord,

“That I will cut off your horses from your midst

And destroy your chariots.

I will cut off the cities of your land

And throw down all your strongholds.

I will cut off sorceries from your hand,

And you shall have no soothsayers.

Your carved images I will also cut off,

And your sacred pillars from your midst;

You shall no more worship the work of your hands;

I will pluck your wooden images from your midst;

Thus I will destroy your cities.

And I will execute vengeance in anger and fury

On the nations that have not heard.”

PRAY FOR ALL PEOPLE AND NATIONS TO TURN TO THE GOD AND MESSIAH OF ISRAEL.

[Jews have dominated the performing arts.  Let’s begin to consider the impact Jews have made on musical theatre starting with one of the longest running show on Broadway.]

The Fiddler has gone around the world. Based on the stories of Jews in small towns in Russia (written by Sholem Rabinowitz aka Sholem Aleichem) it touches the hearts of many different cultures. The sets were based on Jewish artist Marc Chagall. Fiddler held the record for the longest-running Broadway musical for almost 10 years and remains Broadway's sixteenth longest-running show in history. The hero Tevye was immortalized by Zero Mostel and in the film by Israeli actor Chaim Topol.
The Fiddler has gone around the world. Based on the stories of Jews in small towns in Russia (written by Sholem Rabinowitz aka Sholem Aleichem) it touches the hearts of many different cultures. The sets were based on Jewish artist Marc Chagall.
Fiddler held the record for the longest-running Broadway musical for almost 10 years and remains Broadway’s sixteenth longest-running show in history.
The hero Tevye was immortalized by Zero Mostel and in the film by Israeli actor Chaim Topol.

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