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Donald Trump sy evanjelika: 'Hitako eo afovoan'ny faminaniana isika!'


Donald Trump recently may have opened up the world to more violence and protests, when he made it official to move the United States Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. American travelers worldwide are now being exposed to another threat they have no influence over and many say is unnecessary.

The reason behind was his election promise to Evangelical Christians in the United States to do exactly this.

Business increased with Trump’s move for  Friends of Zion Museum  in Jerusalem.  Today  Friends of Zion Museum issued a press release promoting the museum and urged travelers to make a reservation in advance before visiting the museum.

Few Evangelical leaders in America have such a close connection to Jerosalema as Michael Evans.  Evans established the Jerusalem Prayer Team that has brought together more than 30 million evangelicals to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.  Evans also founded the Friends of Zion Museum.  It’s a state of the art museum bringing together the latest technology to tell the history and heroes of Christian Zionists who played a key role in the founding of the modern state of Israel.

Desambra 6th marked a special day for Evans.  U.S. President Donald Trump announced that Jerosalema is the capital of the Jewish state.  We talked with Evans at the Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference about what the day meant to him.

While it’s historic and prophetic, Evans says President Trump’s decision is also strategic. Trump has been building along with Isiraely a strategic alliance with the Sunni nations of the Afovoany atsinanana like Saudi Arabia.  The alliance stands as a bulwark against the growing expansion of Iran that seeks to dominate the Middle East.

"Donald Trump did more to build the Sunni alliance in one week than all American Presidents did in their lifetimes, and the Crown Prince is now an ally of Isiraely and an ally of Donald Trump and helping. We need the Sunni alliance especially in light of Iran so it was absolutely genius on Trump’s part,” he said.

Evans believes how Trump is implementing these policy changes both recognizes Jerosalema ho renivohitry Isiraely and yet preserves the alliance at the same time.

Seventy years ago, President Harry Truman against the advice of his own State Department and many of his advisors recognized the nascent state of Israel.

President Trump seems to be taking a page from Truman and Evans compares him to King Cyrus in the Bible who helped Isiraely in ancient times. Evans also says we’re in the middle of prophecy.

“I will see President Trump Monday. I will be in the White House on Monday and the first word I’m going to send to him, ‘Cyrus, you’re Cyrus. Because you’ve done something historic and prophetic,’ and he promised us he would do it,” Evans said.

“He (Cyrus) saved the Jewish people. He was used as an instrument of God for deliverance in the Bible and God has used this imperfect vessel, this flawed human being like you or I, this imperfect vessel and he’s using him in an incredible, amazing way to fulfill his plans and purposes. We are so happy.  We couldn’t be happier and as somebody who has wanted and prayed and hoped for this for more than forty years, I see us in the middle of prophecy right now,” he said.

“This is the beginning of wonderful things. Finally, we have a leader with moral clarity who will do the right thing and the righteous thing.  And by the way, he’s told us over and over only two forces put me in the Presidency, God and the Evangelicals and I’ll never forget that,” he continued.

Evans has put a 40 foot banner on his Friends of Zion museum in Jerosalema to support the President.  He believes Trump’s decision will bless America since Genesis 12:2 promises that God will bless those who bless the Jewish people.  He also says it’s vital to be praying for the peace of Jerusalem.

According to he museums website, the tourism attraction is located in the heart of Jerusalem, the Friends of Zion Museum brings stories of love and heroism to the world. Magnificently told using ground-breaking technology found nowhere else in the nation, visitors experience the unfolding story as though stepping back in time. Accompanied by a moving original musical score, fantastic surround sound, lighting second-to-none and interactive displays that appear to come to life before your very eyes, the Friends of Zion Museum is a once in a lifetime experience for audiences from around the world. Visitors enter a whole new world, where they meet the biblical figures, academics, businessmen, and military officials who, through their faith, have forged an everlasting bond between the Jewish and Christian peoples.