Thursday, August 6, 2009

Tweeting Prayers to be Tucked in a Wall

This month, a clever fellow in Israel made it possible for anyone, anywhere in the world, at any time, to tuck a scrap of paper with a prayer on it into the cracks of the Western Wall in Jerusalem— via Twitter.


If you "tweet" your prayers to the Twitter account @ thekotel, Alon Nil, the service's 25-year-old founder in Tel Aviv, will print them out on paper and have a group of kind souls in Jerusalem take them by hand and tuck them into the wall for you.

Quotes from here.

Ever wonder what the forefathers of the faith would have thought since they didn't have twitter (but offered their prayers to God whereever they were)?

1 comment:

  1. Unfortunately many Jews do not realize that the Old Covenant ended as reported in Mt. 27:51. Approaching God is now through the blood of Christ as explained in the book of Hebrews.

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