With Jesus at Sukkot 2019


October 09 – 24, 2019
Hosted by Martin Weatherston

The Feast of Tabernacles is a time-honoured season for God’s people to go up to Jerusalem. It is the greatest of three ‘pilgrim festivals’ the children of Israel were commanded to attend (Lev. 23:39-47). Yeshua would have kept this Feast every year of His earthly life (John10:2-53). It is an ‘appointed time’ not only for generations of Jewish people but for all generations of His people – including those yet to come in the Millenium (Zech.14: 16-19 & Rev.21:3) Our WJAS Tour has been designed to enable you to experience the liturgical richness of this biblical festival not just as a tourist but as a pilgrim. It is not only an appointed time but an anointed time to celebrate the Feast together with Jewish and Christian believers from all over the world. This action on your part will be prophetic of the fullness of the Gentiles which will lead, in turn, to all Israel being saved (Romans 11;25,26).
For more details, visit….https://www.cmj-israel.org/sites/default/files/uploads/Weatherston%202019.pdf




Have the Times of the Gentiles been fulfilled? When the Church was born – at Pentecost – it was commissioned to be the witnesses of the Jewish Messiah in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria to the ends of the earth ie Australia and New Zealand. Now that the Jewish people are back in the Land of Israel, the way is open for a remnant of them to be gathered together with a remnant of Gentile people under the sovereignty of God. Could it be that this “root of Jesse” is a banner for the peoples of the world today; proclaiming God’s faithfulness to His promise that, when the fullness of the Gentiles has come in, “all Israel will be saved” (Romans 11:25).

On the other hand, the Temple Mount is still being trampled on by other people groups. The holiest site for Judaism is still dominated by the third holiest site of Islam!

Given the above – whilst we cannot say for certain that this condition of the Lord’s second coming has been met – the hope of God’s people that “all Israel will be saved” (Romans 11:25) is sure and certain. At the end of the day, the natural branches will be grafted into their own olive tree – in fulfillment of Tabernacles. The Jewish people who look to the Torah for their salvation will realise that Yeshua is the living Torah. If the Lord could not be trusted to deliver on this promise, how could He be trusted for those of us who were grafted into the true tree? See <www.cmj.org.au> to find out how you can be with Jesus at Sukkot next year…


Christine Sakakibara Session 1

Martin Weatherston: The Church, Israel & the Jewish People

Christine Sakakibara Session 2

Friday 5 June 7:00 – 9:30pm Session 1 Christine Sakakibara
Saturday 6 June 10:00 – 12:00pm Session 2 Christine Sakakibara
Saturday 6 June 1:00 – 2:30 pm Session 3 Martin Weatherston (CMJ)
Saturday 6 June 2:30 – 4:00 pm Session 4 Christine Sakakibara
LUNCH: Tea & Coffee will be available: BYO Food. A love offering will be taken for the speakers.
IMG_0087Christine was born in Australia, but she is a true Jerusalemite having lived in Israel for just on 40 years, with all of her five children being born in Jerusalem. Living through wars and terror, she can testify to the saving power of God shielding and healing her loved ones on many occasions. Christine is a keen observer of international news and writes regular prayer updates about the ongoing Middle East situation. She has a “ministry of helps” as detailed in 1 Corinthians 12:28.

Christine’s speaking ministry extends into the UK, USA, Singapore and Australia. Her messages are seasoned with a unique sense of humour, while also providing a practical approach to intercession…… ‘praying for the peace of Jerusalem’. Four of her children have served in the Israeli Army, and her youngest daughter is currently employed as an officer in the Air Force. This has brought Christine into close contact with bereaved families and grieving soldiers resulting in her having developed a deep understanding of the mental financial and physical struggles that these young people and their families endure.

The Narkis Street Congregation in West Jerusalem is Christine’s home Church where she serves on the leadership team, and where she is also a frequent speaker as well as being active in their social outreach programs.