Chaim starts out by giving a rundown of some of the problems Israel is facing, including rockets being launched into the Galilee from Syria and Lebanon and the still very difficult fighting in the Gaza Strip. He also mentions the widening of the war to the Red Sea and potentially other theaters.
He rhetorically asks his viewers if they’ve ever felt inadequate, wondering what they can do. He says it’s time to acknowledge that we can’t do anything, but only the God of Israel can do something about the situation.
He also urges his viewers not to look for hope from the “international community” since so many people, especially young people, in Western countries are convinced that Israel and Jews are the bad guys.
He says that the IDF is very frustrated and upset about their inability to find and rescue the remaining hostages and that they’re also mourning the hostages who were accidently killed and the IDF troops who have fallen in battle in recent days.
He says that US officials are coming to Israel to coordinate diplomatic moves and also meeting with officials from Qatar and other intermediaries in other countries to try and find a way to get more hostages released. But the IDF isn’t taking a break, they’re continuing with the mission.
But Chaim says that it’s only through the God of Israel that the ultimate victory will come. He says that God is a king and His kingdom has a capital, and that is the city of Jerusalem.
Chaim quotes I Chronicles 29:11; Yours, O Lord, is the greatness, the power and the glory, the victory and the majesty; For all that is in heaven and in earth is Yours; Yours is the kingdom, O Lord, And You are exalted as head over all.
He challenges his viewers to ask themselves how they can align themselves with the God of Israel and be part of the victory of light over darkness. He thanks his viewers for all the help they’ve given to the Aliyah Return Center and Israel.