Israeli farmers will stop working their fields for God’s will this year

On September 6, 2021, Israeli farmers will quit working their land for an entire year.

After 2,000 years, God has miraculously returned His People to the Land of Israel.

Israeli farmers finally have the merit to keep the sacred commandment of the Sabbatical (Shmita) year:

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)

This means no planting, no sowing, and no selling any produce grown in the Land of Israel.

The field must remain untouched.

And despite the fact that 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.

Israel’s brave farmers trust in God more than they trust in money or anything else.

Shmita is the once-in-seven-year Biblical opportunity for all of us to connect to God through the Land of Israel.

YOU TOO can be a part of this incredible Biblical year: The Year of the Lord and the year of Land.

To take part in the Shmita year, support the Land and connect to God, click here.

Because of these farmers’ deep Emunah (Faith and Trust in God), they are sacrificing their livelihoods for an entire year, all in the name of God’s will.


These farmers are doing their part for God and the Land of Israel, and now you can do yours.

As it says in Genesis 12:3:

I will bless those who bless you.

This is your chance to bless Israel.

Help support Israeli farmers and their families as they let the land rest for God.

Take part in this Shmita year by donating whatever you can to help them as they observe this beautiful Biblical commandment.

Interested in dedicating an entire farm for the Sabbatical (Shmita) year?
Contact our Head of Donor Relations by Clicking Here.

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