“I come to gather Nations of every language; they shall come and see My Glory…”


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The Prophecy for All Nations

“Even them I will bring to My Holy Mountain, and make them joyful in My House of Prayer for My House shall be called 

“House of Prayer for All Nations”.

We learn from the Torah that God creates us all from the same mold and we all share the same basic elements of humanity, but each of us is also unique. Each individual human being is infinitely valuable. The prophet Isaiah had an astounding vision of unity that would come to pass at the end of days when all the families of the earth join as one and make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. On that day, the house of God that had served as the religious center of the people of Israel would become a house of prayer for all. 

“I will bring them to My sacred mount and let them rejoice in My house of prayer for My House shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples.” Isaiah 56:7

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Isaiah’s vision doesn’t involve all the people becoming Jewish. As the prophet, Micah said, “All the peoples shall walk, each in the name of their God…” (Micah 4:5). Rather, says Isaiah, we will all come together in Jerusalem as one human family to acknowledge the universal truth of God, who transcends all our differences and makes us one.

Isaiah speaks here specifically of those who choose to live righteously according to God’s ways: “Blessed is the man who does this, and the son of the man who lays hold on it; who keeps from defiling the Sabbath, who keeps his hand from doing any evil” (Is. 56:2). 

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It is the man who keeps justice and does righteousness who is blessed. This passage is also a prophecy of the nations being brought into the house of the Living God. The prophet says further: “Do not let the son of the foreigner who has joined himself to the Lord speak, saying, ‘The Lord has utterly separated me from His people; nor let the eunuch say, ‘Here I am, a dry tree’” (Is. 56:3). These are people from outside of Israel who have joined themselves to God, and they should not have the sense that they are cut off from the people of God.
“For thus says the Lord to the eunuchs who keep My Sabbaths, and choose what pleases Me, and hold fast My covenant, even to them I will give in My house and within My walls a place and a name better than that of sons and daughters; I will give them an everlasting name that shall not be cut off” (Is. 56:4-5).

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The Torah not only says that He will include these outsiders who are obedient to His covenant but that He will bring them into His house and give them a “place.” He then says that He will give them a name better than that of sons and daughters, “an everlasting name that shall not be cut off.”

Here the Lord God of Israel is saying through the great Isaiah that foreigners and outsiders who join themselves to Him and obey His covenant will be brought into His house and be placed even above the sons and daughters of His house. They will never be cut off. 


The Seventy Nations is a USA and Israel-based International non-profit organization creating and sponsoring a merging global COME UNITY 

from All Nations to join together in Jerusalem in solidarity to build The Jerusalem Unity Center that will operate as the House of Prayer for All Nations  Pilgrim Center. This Center will enable All Nations to join the Jewish people in preparation for the soon-to-be rebuilt Third  Temple of the Living God. We welcome EVERYONE  to come, learn and rejoice in The One who gives life to all things: The  Creator of the Universe. Together we will fulfill the prophetic vision of Isaiah 56:7

“MY House of Prayer shall be a House of Prayer for All Nations” 

 

The Vision

Working alongside all modern and ancient texts of understanding the Creator from science to religion, the 70 Nations welcomes the voice of the people in the world at large that encourages social change and moral objectives for a better understanding of basic human rights and human equity values. As such, we will advocate that the Human Being is a created being with a divine purpose that is sustained by its Creator. We advocate that all human existence is on a journey of evolution in consciousness to gain knowledge and understanding of a Universal Creator as the One God who resides in a unique multiplex of existence in all belief systems and within our divine purpose as a conscious element of our own existence.

 

Rejecting ideas of  ANY pending destruction of man or the world, the Seventy Nations will seek to overcome the conditioning of a variety of religious texts that undermine man’s ability to live according to the knowledge destined for all of humanity to be a direct reflection of the Living God according to one’s ability, culture, people and preference.

The Seventy Nations Jerusalem welcomes membership on an individual level as well as all international levels and encourages everyone to become a leader in their world to spread the founding principles we represent and will teach. 

Through these efforts, we will seek to provide a renewed way of understanding God and Man, striving to take religious attitudes and practices to a more conscious and current level of understanding in the 21st Century.

As humanity searches for meaningful truths and ways of peaceful coexistence among all mankind, one of our main objectives will include building a House of Prayer for All Nations “Jerusalem Unity Center” in the heart of Jerusalem to welcome people of all understandings of the one God to come and pray in the Spiritual Center of the world while awaiting the rebuilding (Third) Jewish Temple. 

This Temple is that which the fulness of the prophecies of Israel 56:7 will come to full fruition.  The Jerusalem Unity  Center will also be the place for the people of the 70 Nations to advocate and support the rebuilding of the Jewish Third Temple as a basic human and religious right of the Jewish people. We will NOT advocate for ancient religious practices that go against modern-day awareness of the value of all life, including any and all living creatures.

It is our hope to welcome All Nations in Jerusalem to pray, learn and celebrate together as One in Jerusalem in solidarity and unity as we move forward in our understanding of our divine origins and purpose for our human life.