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"On your walls, O Jerusalem, I have set watchmen; all the day and all the night they shall never be silent. You who put the LORD in remembrance, take no rest..." Isaiah 62:6

JH Israel’s prayer covering has grown into a global presence as we have responded to the call to honor and pray for our Jewish brothers and sisters.

Our goal is to establish, coach, and maintain an army of prayer warriors that will uphold the shield of intercessory covering for the vision, individuals, and initiatives of JH Israel and the National Leadership Center. We highly value each and every commitment to pray with us as we continue to gather new houses of prayer, group leaders and connections worldwide.

For prayer requests or more information on how to get involved, email


Become aWatchman for Israel

The word “watchman” in Hebrew, used 80 times in Scripture, is ‘tsaphah.’ In the natural sense, watchmen were the king’s guards or those on the lookout positioned in a tower in the city wall. They sounded the trumpet alarm of any approaching danger. In other instances, this word was used as spiritual watchmen or prophets who kept watch and reported what the Lord was saying (Isaiah 52:8; Jeremiah 6:17; Ezekiel 3:17; 33:2-7). 


He is setting prophetic watchmen for Israel and Jerusalem who will cry out day and night in a place of intercession until Jerusalem is a praise on the earth. It is a call to be the King of Kings’ guards, sounding an alarm and interceding on behalf of His firstborn. 


To this end, we invite all who hear the sound to be part of a company linking arms to intercede and give financially towards establishing night and day prayer as watchmen.


Would you pray about giving $50 a month towards this initiative?


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