Pray for the peace of Jerusalem:
"May they prosper who love you.
May peace be within your walls,
and prosperity within your palaces."
For the sake of my brothers and my friends,
I will now say, "May peace be within you."
For the sake of the house of the Lord our God,
I will seek your good.
I just googled 'Jerusalem'. Here is the result:
According to this search result, there are 26,000,000 places on the WWW to read about Jerusalem.
Chris Mitchell, bureau chief for CBN News since 2000, has just released Dateline Jerusalem- a compendium of people, places, and events in and around the Holy City. Blending past with present, Mitchell paints a big picture with an economy of words. If you want a concise overview of the political and spiritual state of Jerusalem, I suggest you read this book.
"While all roads may have one day led to Rome, and Caesar once placed the Golden Column as an ancient lodestar, history's inexorable march ends in Jerusalem. For better or worse, good or evil, the world is on its way to the city of David."
Two nights ago was the 75th Memorial of Kristallnacht. Martin Mendelsberg has a post you should see.