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The closing service on Yom Kippur is called Ne’ilah. The Ne’ilah prayer is …

O keep open for us Your gate of mercy, at the time of the closing of the gate. Now that the day is waning. The day is passing; the sun is setting; O let us enter Your gate at last. O God, we beseech You, forgive, pardon, take pity; grant us atonement; subdue our sin and iniquity.

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Neilah (means closing) and is the final service of Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement). This is the most serious appointment God gave His people Israel (Leviticus 23). This is a day devoted to seeking atonement or forgiveness of sins.

In ancient Israel when the day would end at sunset, the gates of Jerusalem would close. This last service of Yom Kippur is taking place during the last minutes of the day. The closing of the Jerusalem gates painted an important picture for the people of Israel. As the people thought about the closing of the gates of the city and that they day was about to end, they would realize that their opportunity to convince God to forgive them of their sins was also about to end.

What purpose do gates serve?

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(https://www.morfix.co.il/נעילה) Ne’ilah: closing, locking

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What do we learn about gates in the Bible?

(Deuteronomy 16:18 JPS) Judges and officers shalt thou make thee in all thy gates, which the LORD thy God gives thee, tribe by tribe; and they shall judge the people with righteous judgment.

(Deuteronomy 21:18-19 JPS) If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son, that will not hearken to the voice of his father, or the voice of his mother, and though they chasten him, will not hearken unto them; then shall his father and his mother lay hold on him, and bring him out unto the elders of his city, and unto the gate of his place;

(cf. Deuteronomy 25:7, Proverbs 31:23) Elders sit at the gates.

Elders, judges and officers’ rule and judge from the gates of the city. In some way, when the time comes for people to meet God, they will go to the Gates of Heaven to be informed of God’s judgement and learn whether or not they are welcome to enter the gates.

In Jeremiah 17:19-27 we read that Prophets went to the city gates and declared judgement for disobeying God’s Word. Judgment happens at gates. At gates people find out whether their sins are forgiven or not. And if they’re not forgiven, people receive their judgement for their sins or disobedience.

Now let’s see what Yeshua says about the gates of heaven.

(Matthew 7:13-14 TLB) “Heaven can be entered only through the narrow gate! The highway to hell is broad, and its gate is wide enough for all the multitudes who choose its easy way. But the Gateway to Life is small, and the road is narrow, and only a few ever find it.”

Yeshua told us that there are two gates; one leads to life and one leads to destruction. The gate that leads to death is wide so it is easy to follow and many people enter it. On the other hand, the gate to life is narrow and hard to follow so only a few people enter the gate of life.

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The road and gate to heaven is narrow. They are cramped, limiting and restrictive. People want to be free to do anything they want, and to go anywhere they want, but this is not possible if we want to live with God forever. In Leviticus 23 we read that on Yom Kippur we must deny ourselves or live a life with limits and restrictions if we want to please God.

(Galatians 5:13 NLT) For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love.

(Galatians 5:13 CEV) My friends, you were chosen to be free. So don’t use your freedom as an excuse to do anything you want. Use it as an opportunity to serve each other with love.

Our freedom does not allow us to do things which are identified as sin in God’s Instructions (the Bible). We are free to live for God and serve Him according to His Instructions given in the Bible. We may be free, but we have to deny ourselves of things if we want to walk through the narrow and restrictive gates of heaven.

(Exodus 7:16) “Let My people go, so that they may serve Me in the wilderness.”

God gave Moses a message for Pharoah. People often quote the first half of this message which was to inform Pharoah that God wanted His people to be free. But that is not all God said to Pharoah. He also told Pharoah the reason for the freedom. The people of Israel were not being freed from their slavery so they could be their own master and decide what they wanted to do. They were being set free to serve God. I think God has a different definition of freedom than most people.

(Proverbs 14:12 TLB) Before every man there lies a wide and pleasant road that seems right but ends in death.

(Proverbs 14:12 MSG) There’s a way of life that looks harmless enough; look again – it leads straight to hell. Sure, those people appear to be having a good time, but all that laughter will end in heartbreak.

The wide-open road is so appealing to so many people. Yet the Bible informs us that looks are deceiving. Our eyes are fooled as the wide-open road really leads to death. The road (and all that is happening on the road) seems so harmless. People are smiling and enjoying themselves. Yet, the smiles will soon disappear. People have been deceived and fooled by Satan, and the road will lead them to Satan (who will be waiting for them in hell).

Yeshua is the narrow gate

(John 10:7-10 NLT) “I tell you the truth, I am the gate for the sheep. All who came before Me were thieves and robbers. But the true sheep did not listen to them. Yes, I am the gate. Those who come in through Me will be saved. … My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life.

Yeshua is the gate. He invites and allows people to enter a land filled with good pastures. Yeshua must allow us to enter His presence or heaven.

(John 10:1 NLT) “I tell you the truth, anyone who sneaks over the wall of a sheepfold, rather than going through the gate, must surely be a thief and a robber!

When we want to enter our home, we use our key to unlock the door. This is the proper way to enter our home, or any building. When you see someone put a key in a door you probably don’t think too much about it. But, if you see someone climbing over a fence or into a window of a home, what would you think? The first thought that should come to your mind is, “Is this person trying to break into the building or home?”

Yeshua is the gate; the legal and proper way to enter property or a home. If people try to enter the Kingdom of God any other way besides going through Yeshua: the gate, they are trying to enter a place they have no right to enter. If you want to experience a rich and satisfying life here on earth, and forever with God, Yeshua is the only gate.

(Revelation 21:25-27 NASB) its gates will never be closed; and they will bring the glory and the honor of the nations into it; and nothing unclean, and no one who practices abomination and lying, shall ever come into it, but only those whose names are written in the Lamb’s book of life.

There will never be any sin in the New Jerusalem so there won’t be anything that could keep people separated from God or forbid them from entering His presence. Once judgement has taken place and we’ve been admitted or thrown into our eternal home, no one will be left wandering about trying to illegally enter heaven so the gates of heaven will never be closed (or locked).

I read in an article that there is a paradox presented in the Neilah service when it mentions that the gates will be closing. Jewish tradition has us rushing to repent before the gates close, yet there’s also the belief that God always welcomes the sinner and is always eager for us to turn in repentance. 

What’s the rush to enter the gates?

There is never a time when we are not welcome to return. And if God is always eager to receive the sinner in repentance, then what’s the rush? If God does not close His gates, and prevent people from entering His presence, why is there a service telling people the gates are about to close so they better pray with all they’ve got?

If we live only with the assumption that repentance always is available, then we would never be motivated to actually change at a particular instance. Just as knowledge of our certain mortality infuses our life with a need to seize the day, so does the push of Yom Kippur as a time particularly favorable to teshuvah (repentance) inspire us to more focused contemplation than a more open-ended process would. [www.jewishjournal.com/culture/religion/yom_kippur/225057/neilah/]

If all we think about is that the Gates to Heaven are always open, people have no reason or need to enter now. People can choose to continue living a life without God, assuming they’ve got lots of time before they need to change and put God first. For this reason, the Ne’ilah service is necessary.

Once the service ends, and people exit the doors they’ll be confronted with many necessary needs of life. God may still be on their minds, but He will no longer dominate their thoughts like He did during the service. The things we think about and do outside the gates of Temple are not sinful, but once the service ends, God will not have the same place in our minds as He had during the service.

(James 4:14 NLT) How do you know what your life will be like tomorrow? Your life is like the morning fog – it’s here a little while, then it’s gone.

You know for sure that the morning fog will disappear, but we do not know when. Time is constantly moving forward, and we have no clue when our life will end. We do not know exactly when we will die, but we do know that we are closer to the time of our death then we are to the time of our birth.

(Everyman’s Talmud, p. 110) However true it be that repentance is possible up to the moment of death, it is considered unwise to postpone it. ‘R. Eliezer said, “Repent one day before your death.” His disciples asked him, “Does then, anybody know on which day he will die?” He replied to them, “How much more reason is there for him to repent today, lest he be dead tomorrow; and as a consequence all his days will be spent in repentance”’ (Shab. 153a).Diagram

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What great insight! Right up to the second, we breathe our last breath, we have an opportunity to repent. But the reality is that we do not know the exact time we will die. Therefore, we cannot postpone repenting of our sins or turning back to God. We need to do it now!

(Neilah Poem) Faster-faster I hear the Chorus of the Hosts on High. Not words but God’s soft unspoken plea is heard- “Keep open your gate! Keep open your gate!” The stars wink down above me. … The Shofar calls an end – a Neilah. Yet as I leave His sanctuary His silent Shofar calls. “Keep open your gates for Mine are never closed.”God’s gates will be open tomorrow, a year from now, etc. But right now, God has your attention. Right now, your mind is focused on God and the gates of heaven. Once you stop reading this article, things will change. God wants to know if your gates are open, and if you will invite Him to enter and be Lord of your life. If you invite God to enter your gates, He will invite you to enter His gates. Would you like to enter His gates now?

Accountability is not usually something men (especially Pastors)embrace and yet it is what it takes to grow, improve, stretch us, push us, save us from ourselves, motivate us, coach us, teach us, and so much more!

This is my Champions Table that I meet with every Friday morning. For over 10 years these Pastors have been meeting with me and holding me accountable to be the godly man I am expected to be and need to be.

They regularly ask me questions about my character, my habits and my goals. We have a series of questions that we ask each other that are very pointed that every man faces such as specific temptations morally, family/spouse relationships and basic attitude issues. ( much more personal over time)

The Champion Table is not a meeting! It is brothers who have grown to genuinely trust and have real agape love for one another. It is our “Safe Place” to get real…very real!

If you do not have face to face or in your face accountability then you are no where near where God has for you. You can only do so much alone.

Even Jesus had Peter, James and John! Moses had Aaron, Hur and Joshua!

Let’s face it, sometimes we need trusted men to hold up our arms because we are weary. We need brothers to pray for us as we feel we are about to be crucified or thrown into the fire.

With real trusted accountability you build that kind of bond!

Why not consider becoming a Champion and joining our “Table of Champions” pastors network. It is simply a group a pastors throughout the world who have embraced accountability.

Your spouse will be happy, your children will be blessed and your church will be very thankful. Every Pastor owes it to those we serve to have personal accountability!

Now what about you? We are here to serve you!

We are praying for you pastors!

Today as we look around in nearly every community Satan is running rampant! My last call was a Pastor who had to witness a dying child from an overdose. Last week an innocent teenager was killed in a drive-by shooting. Another Pastor in my community was rejoicing at the success of their private K-8th grade school but praying for more pastors to join his fight in his poverty stricken neighborhood. The distress of the covid/vaccine narrative put every pastor in a position that forces decisions and comments that someone he serves will likely be in disagreement. The financial impact of todays economy is hitting pastors and their families very hard. Gasoline prices and grocery prices are hindering or crippling many pastors ability to minister.

The discussion of politics in church has made so many pastors too timid to preach the full gospel for fear of offending someone and believe me it is affecting you more than you know. It is not a matter of politics when our children are being taught trash in school! It is an attack on God’s Word and you need a pastor who will fight and defend you and your family without fear! Preaching fearlessly in the whole armor of God takes great courage these days!

Pastors need to feel your love and support today more than ever.

As members of a local church, we are considered “Sheep” and the Pastor is our “Shepherd”. These shepherds are being stretched, attacked, threatened and under-minded at every turn. The “Church” is being harassed and ridiculed publicly on TV and Social Media daily. Many of our elected officials blatantly support efforts to rid our countries established Christian values and the next thing to go will be your church!

Your Pastor needs your love! Every Pastor has their story, their struggles, their family issues and unrealistic expectations by their “sheep”!

This article is not one of complaint or condemnation but one of crying out to you to pray for your pastors and their families. Your pastors need to know that they are loved and appreciated! They need to know that as “Sheep” you need and want truth preached. Your pastor needs to hear from you that you want and need a strong bold leader to follow and if they will lead with courage, you will follow!

I challenge you now to be bold and call your pastor today! Your honesty will be the evidence that you sincerely do love your “Pastor”!

At the very least, send this article to them, with your love!

November 29, 2022 @ 6:30 am 9:00 am


NEW date – Tuesday, NOVEMBER 29, 2022

Location Change: TECO Expo Hall


 
 
 
 

Ashley Moody, Florida Attorney General

Born and Raised in Plant City!

Florida’s 38th Attorney General.

Since taking office as Attorney General Ms Moody has served as a Commissioner on the Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice and Chair of Florida’s Statewide Council on Human Trafficking.

She is leading efforts against the unlawful federal vaccine mandates and the lack of border enforcement by federal officials, and the harmful actions of Big Tech.

A tireless advocate and champion in protecting Floridians and their rights.

 
 
 

Brigadier General (Retired) Jim McClain

Brig. Gen. (Ret) Jim. McClain is the National Director of Faith and Board Member for County Citizens Defending Freedom (CCDF-USA), a non-profit organization that equips and empowers American citizens to stand for and preserve freedom for themselves and future generations.

Gen. McClain served his nation spanning a period of 36 years as an enlisted and officer member of the United States Air Force. He completed his Air Force career as Commander of the Air Force Medical Support Agency (AFMSA), which oversaw execution of Air Force Surgeon General’s policies and programs in support of Air Force medical capabilities and national security strategy. AFMSA provided expert consultative leadership for the entire medical service supporting the activities of more than 44,000 personnel serving 2.6 million beneficiaries through 76 military treatment facilities worldwide with a $6.1 billion budget.

Among other roles, Gen. McClain also served as Chief of the Biomedical Sciences Corps, providing mentorship and professional advocacy for more than 2,300 officers in 18 Air Force Allied Health specialties.

Gen. McClain originally enlisted in the Air Force in October 1980 as an electronic warfare systems specialist. He later attended the Air Force Academy, and graduated in 1986 as a Human Factors Engineer. He completed his first Masters Degree in Systems Engineering at Wright State University in 1989 while at his first operational assignment. As an engineer, he spent his early career engaged in the research, development and testing of advanced combat aircraft, missile, space and command/control systems.

Gen. McClain transfer into the Air Force Medical Service, Biomedical Science Corps in 1991 to become an Aerospace Physiologist. As a physiologist, he continued his human factors career now in the world of aerospace medicine and safety. There he served in multiple roles including medical operations, education, systems development, command, and other leadership roles at the squadron, Group, Wing, Major Command, Headquarters and Agency levels.

Gen. McClain completed Air Command and Staff College as a distinguished graduate, and attended Air War College, garnering a second Master’s Degree in Strategy Studies.

Gen. McClain is a combat veteran serving during Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, and retired from military service in December 2016.


Charlie Kirk, Founder Turning Point USA

At just 28-years-old, Charlie has appeared on CNBC, Fox News, and FOX Business News over 600 times, is a columnist at Newsweek and The Hill and was named to the Forbes “30 under 30” list.

His voice to young Americans is unparalleled. All ages need to hear his powerful message!  

He will be joining us from his home in Arizona to speak a few words of challenge and encouragement. 


All seating is reserved through table sponsorships.

Security protocols in place.

We reserve the right to refuse attendance at our own discretion.

Breakfast provided by Fred’s Restaurant.




Dallas 1 Construction & Development

Bank of Central Florida

Robert Baskin, Plant City

Pastor Nick Plummer

Parke Family Holdings, Inc.

Highlands County

Journey Church

Ralph & Maggie Pagnucco

Absolute Wellness Center Riverview

Cork Methodist Church

Joe Hobson-Mike Lott

Terry L. Clark

Focus Wealth Strategies LLC

Seffner Christian Academy

City Property Company Inc.


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You are invited to join us for our “weekly” Wednesday Morning (7:00AM USA Eastern Time) Pastors Victory Conference Call.

If you need prayer that only a pastors heart will understand, join us-it is confidential! As Pastors it is critically important that we connect our hearts in Prayer.

To put it another way: Call in on our PRAYER CONFERENCE CALL LINE—

In essence, let us see a great awakening! Let us establish a worldwide revival!

Join us in prayer every Wednesday morning at 7:00AM.

Giving Pastors Victory – TOGETHER – We encourage you to invite other shepherds who are serious about prayer to be on this weekly conference call.

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January 8, 2022 @ 10:00 am 5:00 pm

AMERICA’S CRITICAL NEXT STEP IN ITS RETURN TO GOD: THE RENEWAL!

  This will be a faith-focused day of heritage, history, praise, worship, and prayer dedicated to the American renewal of the covenant the Pilgrims made with God four centuries ago. The event will be broadcast on major television networks and simulcast to churches.

The Renewal is uniting leaders who believe America is in a spiritual battle for the soul of our nation. Therefore, it must be won in the spiritual realm lead by God according to His Word. We must pray, then take a step of bold faith to re-establish America’s covenant with God and plead for His mercy as we seek to restore our foundational values based on God’s Word, the everlasting covenant, the Bible.”

The Renewal will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Time at the 10,000-seat Strawberry Festival Amphitheater in Plant City, Florida, just outside of Tampa. Faith leaders will gather and share about America’s history, its spiritual foundations, and the importance of its covenant with God.

The Renewal is not a political event.

For more information, FAQ and registration details click the link below ⇓
 

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You are invited to join us for our “weekly” Wednesday Morning (7:00AM USA Eastern Time) Pastors Victory Conference Call.

If you need prayer that only a pastors heart will understand, join us-it is confidential! As Pastors it is critically important that we connect our hearts in Prayer.

To put it another way: Call in on our PRAYER CONFERENCE CALL LINE—

In essence, let us see a great awakening! Let us establish a worldwide revival!

Join us in prayer every Wednesday morning at 7:00AM.

Giving Pastors Victory – TOGETHER – We encourage you to invite other shepherds who are serious about prayer to be on this weekly conference call. NOTE: You are responsible for determining your time in your time zone! (As to clarify, Our Zoom link will work anywhere in the world where there is a good internet connection.)

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Greetings Pastors and Ministers around the world and in the USA

You are invited to join us for our “weekly” Wednesday Morning (7:00AM USA Eastern Time) Pastors Victory Conference Call.

As Pastors it is critically important that we connect our hearts in Prayer. If you need prayer that only a pastors heart will understand, join us-it is confidential!

To put it another way: Call in on our PRAYER CONFERENCE CALL LINE—

Let us see a great awakening! Let us establish a worldwide revival!

Join us in prayer every Wednesday morning at 7:00AM.

Victory in Prayer – TOGETHER – We encourage you to invite other shepherds who are serious about prayer to be on this weekly conference call. NOTE: You are responsible for determining your time in your time zone!

With the help of many, All Pro Pastors International organized and hosted an extremely well-attended Central Florida Leadership Prayer Breakfast in Plant City, Florida on September 15, 2021.

In a faith-filled Grimes Family Agricultural Center, more than 650 folks heard powerful and inspiring testimonies from Lieutenant General (retired) William G. “Jerry” Boykin and Mike Lindell, founder/CEO of the My Pillow organization. And the best news – by the end of the event, 48 people had made decisions for Christ.

General Jerry Boykin is one of the original members of the Delta Force and has spent much of his career in Special Forces. His work in this area of the military placed him in many legendary battles. He was commander of the Delta Force team portrayed in the movie Black Hawk Down. He also led the operations to remove and capture the notorious General/Dictator Manuel Noriega of Panama. Throughout his talk at the breakfast, the highly regarded warrior and author credited God for divine intervention and encouraged everyone attending to make a relationship with Jesus a priority in their life.

Mike Lindell’s journey to faith in Christ was not an easy road, but today he gives all glory to God for the restored success of his companies and for his non-profit outreach ministry, the Lindell Recovery Network. His incredible life gave inspiration and hope to many who attended. As a thank you gift, he provided breakfast attendees with a copy of his new book, What are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO.

All Pro Pastors International was thankful for its title sponsor- Lighthouse Ministries, and for the eight platinum sponsors, as well as the delicious breakfast by Fred’s Market Restaurant and program printing by Beit Tehila congregation.

Dan Shock with Florida Marketplace Ministries has assumed responsibility for follow-up with those who made new decisions for Christ at the event.

In addition to serving in-person attendees, the Central Florida Leadership Prayer Breakfast was livestreamed to more than 175 countries, thanks to producer/director Jade Fulford and the All Pro Pastors International’s reach throughout the world.

With such a wonderful turnout for this first-ever event, the APPI ministry and its supporters are encouraged that the 2022 prayer breakfast will have even more in attendance. If you or your organization would like to be involved, please contact Paul Pickern by phone (813-481-8743) or e-mail (paul@allpropastors.org).

Every effort will be appreciated because we can never have too much help in sharing the Gospel.

Please invest in this great ministry with a generous gift today or become one of our ministry partners by clicking here! 

To watch the entire event click : Central Florida Leadership Prayer Breakfast 2021

Article written by: Cheryl Johnston

Pastors  Victory in Prayer:  Together — Conference Call

You are invited to join us for our “weekly” Wednesday Morning (7:00AM USA Eastern Time) Pastors Victory Conference Call.

If you need prayer that only a pastors heart will understand, join us-it is confidential! As Pastors it is critically important that we connect our hearts in Prayer.

To put it another way: Call in on our PRAYER CONFERENCE CALL LINE—

In essence, let us see a great awakening! Let us establish a worldwide revival!

Join us in prayer every Wednesday morning at 7:00AM.

Giving Pastors Victory – TOGETHER – We encourage you to invite other shepherds who are serious about prayer to be on this weekly conference call. NOTE: You are responsible for determining your time in your time zone! (As to clarify, Our Zoom link will work anywhere in the world where there is a good internet connection.)

Pastors  Victory in Prayer:  Together — Conference Call

You are invited to join us for our “weekly” Wednesday Morning (7:00AM USA Eastern Time) Pastors Victory Conference Call.

If you need prayer that only a pastors heart will understand, join us-it is confidential! As Pastors it is critically important that we connect our hearts in Prayer.

To put it another way: Call in on our PRAYER CONFERENCE CALL LINE—

In essence, let us see a great awakening! Let us establish a worldwide revival!

Join us in prayer every Wednesday morning at 7:00AM.

Giving Pastors Victory – TOGETHER – We encourage you to invite other shepherds who are serious about prayer to be on this weekly conference call. NOTE: You are responsible for determining your time in your time zone! (As to clarify, Our Zoom link will work anywhere in the world where there is a good internet connection.)

Victory in Prayer:  Together — 

Greetings Pastors and Ministers around the world and in the USA

You are invited to join us for our “weekly” Wednesday Morning (7:00AM USA Eastern Time) Pastors Victory Conference Call.

As Pastors it is critically important that we connect our hearts in Prayer. If you need prayer that only a pastors heart will understand, join us-it is confidential!

To put it another way: Call in on our PRAYER CONFERENCE CALL LINE—

Let us see a great awakening! Let us establish a worldwide revival!

Join us in prayer every Wednesday morning at 7:00AM.

Victory in Prayer – TOGETHER – We encourage you to invite other shepherds who are serious about prayer to be on this weekly conference call. NOTE: You are responsible for determining your time in your time zone!

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