The Isaacs, renowned Christian artists and members of the Grand Ole Opry, made a resounding statement from the hallowed stage at the Opry House on Friday night, October 13th, as they took a stand to support Israel. In the face of ongoing turmoil, they shared their heartfelt message and launched a noble initiative to provide aid and prayers for those affected by the recent conflicts.
The Isaacs took a poignant moment to address the audience, expressing their profound concern for the ongoing crisis in Israel. With an unwavering commitment to supporting the Holy Land, they reached out to their fans and like-hearted artists, urging them to join hands in prayer and fundraising through The Isaacs Foundation.
With heavy hearts, The Isaacs conveyed their anguish over the senseless attacks on Israel, which have affected innocent children, Holocaust survivors, women, and men who find themselves caught in the crossfire. They prayed for peace, healing, and a swift end to the fighting, emphasizing the importance of unity in these trying times.
Having spent four decades traveling to Israel, The Isaacs have cultivated a deep connection to the land and its people, which further fuels their determination to make a difference. They understand the urgency of providing support to those who desperately need it.
In their statement, The Isaacs mentioned the needs of orphanages, civilians, and soldiers in Israel who require even the most basic supplies to cope with the harsh conditions they face. These needs include items like socks, shirts, phone chargers, water, and flashlights. The Isaacs have already taken action, demonstrating their commitment to making a meaningful impact.
The group called upon their supporters and fans to join them in their mission to help the victims in harm’s way and the brave Israeli soldiers who are defending them. They have set up a reliable channel through The Isaacs Foundation to ensure that every contribution reaches its intended destination.
To underline the significance of their efforts, The Isaacs invoked a passage from Genesis 12:3, reminding everyone of God’s promise to Israel: “I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.”