partner with an israeli farmer
Israeli farmers have stopped
working their fields for the entire year
Shmita (The Sabbatical year) is a once-in-seven-year Biblical commandment where farmers in Israel stop working their fields for an entire year.
“But in the seventh year, the land shall have a Shabbat of complete rest, a Shabbat of Hashem (God): you shall not sow your field or prune your vineyard.” (Leviticus 25:4)
This means that it is forbidden for anyone to plant or sell any produce grown in the Land of Israel during the Shmita Year. All fields must remain untouched. And even though Israeli farmers will not be making any money from their fields…they’re still following the Shmita year, all in honor of God’s will.
MEET ISRAEL’S FAITHFUL FARMERS
Israel’s brave farmers trust in God more than they trust in money or anything else.
How YOU can take part in Shmita
PARTNER WITH ISRAEL’S FAITHFUL FARMERS AND HELP THEM OBSERVE THE SHMITA YEAR
Your gift of $50 will ensure faithful farmers throughout Israel will be able to observe the Shmita Year, by covering bills, security, and farming expenses for 0.12 acres of land in Israel.
Your gift of $100 will ensure faithful farmers throughout Israel will be able to observe the Shmita Year, by covering bills, security, and farming expenses for 0.25 acres of land in Israel.
Your gift of $500 will ensure faithful farmers throughout Israel will be able to observe the Shmita Year, by covering bills, security, and farming expenses for 1.2 acres of land in Israel.
I’ve heard something about a triple blessing for Shmita. Is that true? If it is, why do you need me?
You are correct! The Bible does talk about a triple blessing.
When it comes to the triple blessing, most Jewish sages understand that the triple blessing only applied during the times the Temple stood and will once again come to fruition during the messianic era, when we have the Third Temple.
Until the coming of the Messiah, we need to continue our faith and keep God’s word.
These farmers knew Shmita was coming! Why didn’t they save up?
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