Safe Arrival

All went well with connecting flights and transportation to and from the airports. I am thankful for the prayers as this is not flightalways the case when traveling to Israel. The flight was mostly smooth and I was able to sleep for at least half the flight. I expect to avoid jet lag as long as I get some sun, drink a lot and get my internal clock adjusted and take it easy until then.

Off to get the phone card straightened out, get some shekels, a bus pass and visit the All Nations Prayer Convocation Jerusalem where many of our dear friends from Africa and around the globe attend each year. Excited to see how the Lord will orchestrate the first day. I am already taking in and loving the familiar, glorious sunshine and the smells and sounds of Jerusalem. I am blessed to be here. I pray that you will be blessed to enjoy this journey with me.


Happy Birthday to my mom back in Derby, NY today. Love you mom!

Published by ruthmayfield

We love the people of Israel, Jacob's descendants; and in today's nation of Israel, both Jew and Gentile alike. We pray for the salvation of all people who live in this land that belongs first and foremost to God. Ruth Mayfield is an author and minister who shares her faith, insight, and love of God in blogs, books, and through speaking engagements.

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