Send the prayer note to Jerusalem’s Western Wall
There are millions of people in the world who live miles and miles away from the Western Wall of Jerusalem, separated from it by country borders or circumstances. But there may come a time when God becomes your only hope. People of different confessions turn to the Western Wall in prayer seeking its spiritual support. Daily with a whisper of prayer spoken in many different languages a small miracle takes place: long-awaited children are born, sweethearts reconcile, and severe illnesses recede. God hears the prayers spoken in all languages of the world!
The Begthelord website was created to help all of those who wish to send their prayer notes to the Kotel in Jerusalem, Israel. Using the website Begthelord you can send a note online, get to know how to write that note and when the note will be sent to the Wailing Wall. We understand the importance of yours prayers and requests to be heard. That is why sending of every note to the Kotel is a matter of honor and conscience for us.
Notes. Send the prayer note, which would get delivered during 2-5 weeks to the Western Wall of Jerusalem according to all the rules of sending such notes.
Charity. Part of the funds paid for our services is spent on charity.
HOW CAN I SEND THE NOTE TO THE WESTERN WALL THROUGH THIS WEB SITE?
Follow these two ease steps to send the note to the Western Wall online:
1. Fill in your details, write the note and press “Submit” button.
2. If you want to get a video report with your note and the Western Wall – pay for the service (it costs 18$).
We send all your notes to the Kotel. And paid video reports are sent to the addressee by email.
HOW DO I PAY FOR THE SERVICE?
We accept PayPal payment now.
HOW FAST DO YOU FILL AN ORDER?
Within 2 to 5 weeks our representative personally takes all the notes and reads the prayer at the foot of the Western Wall. We send video report to your email.
HOW TO WRITE A NOTE PROPERLY?
Prior to writing a note to the Kotel online you should think about what is important for you and what you wish to thank your Creator for or what is your petition. Make only one petition in a note, but write about the dearest one. Do not ask God about something ordinary or common, if you know you can handle things on your own. Ask for strength in your soul and body to do what is right; ask for health and wellbeing for your dear ones. Do not wish any evil to your enemies in the notes! Whatever you ask for, do it sincerely and openly.