They are doing that because it is God’s will, written in the Book of Leviticus:
But in the seventh year the land shall have a Shabbat of complete rest, a Shabbat of Hashem: you shall not sow your field or prune your vineyard. (Leviticus 25:4)
And as important as the Sabbatical year is, it also means that for an entire year, Israeli farmers will be unemployed.
The income they earned from their produce will be no more.
This means that they must find other means to provide for their families.
But many of them simply don’t have the tools or additional skills to do that.
This means that many of Israel’s farmers will forfeit their income for God’s will.
But God promises them that he will reward them by providing for them as it is written:
I will ordain My blessing for you in the sixth year, so that it shall yield a crop sufficient for three years. (Leviticus 25:21)
The best part is, this blessing that God promises to shower upon those farmers, could come from you.
That’s because Israel365 is now collecting donations to help these farmers feed their families during the Sabbatical year.
You can do that by helping Israel’s farmers survive during the year.
Help them remember that they will still be able to feed their families, even if they stop selling their crops.
Once your donation is made, you can be a part of the double blessing that the Bible promises:
This blessing relates to the blessing we are all striving for that is written in Genesis:
I will bless those who bless you (Genesis 12:3)
This is your chance to bless Israel.
Help farmers feed their families as they let the land rest for God’s will.
Donate whatever you can to the Israeli farmers observing the Sabbatical Year Today.