July 1993 Newsletter (5753:9)

Besieged by unbelief,
Thru' ages wracked with pain
Zion stands.
Above all cities, she,
Who now is brought so low
In absence of her liege—
The One who came and said,
"Jerusalem, be mine."
She heard Him not,
So yet awaits her groom
To bring the dowry of her peace.
She knows Him not,
Though He has paid
And ever bids her come.
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem,
For her Prince of Peace to return
That He may come and claim her
With the love that she once spurned
For then and only then shall peace be brought to all,
And swords be turned to plows and right rule over wrong,
When at the wedding feast both guests and bride proclaim,
"Blessed is He who comes"—in that holiest of names—
Y'shua, the name of the Lord…

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The Jewish community's opposition to our ministry stems from the refusal of its leaders to accept the fact that a Jew who believes in Jesus can and does remain Jewish. Jewish leaders feel threatened by our efforts because they equate our success with pro-moting the destruction of the Jews.…

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One evening as our missionary Steve Cohen was speaking at a Florida church, he asked if anyone in the congregation knew a Jewish person. One man, a Jewish believer in Y'shua, pointed to a lady next to him, his mother, Maddy Powledge. After the service Maddy introduced herself to Steve and asked if they could talk for a few minutes.…

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The dictionary gives one generalized definition of cult" as "a small circle of persons united by devotion or allegiance to an artistic or intellectual movement or figure." Not all cults are religious in nature, but similarities do exist between most religious and non-religious cults. Cults prey upon an individual's need to identify, and be identified with, a strong belief and with others of like conviction. Cults rob individuals of the ability to make moral and social decisions that govern their lives. Cults rob followers of their individuality by making them conform to the identity of the group.…

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A nice Jewish girl's ordeal with Jews for Jesus," the advertisement proclaimed. The event at a Southern California temple was promoted by an anti-missionary group whose purpose is to keep Jews for Jesus and other ministries like ours from bringing the gospel to our Jewish people. The anti-missionaries use various scare tactics. Special events like the one at the temple represent just one of the ways they try to keep Jewish people from hearing the truth about Messiah Jesus.…

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Question: What is the traditional Jewish belief regarding the Tribulation or Indignation that is spoken of by several of the prophets to occur during the closing days of this present age? Who, what, where and when?…

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It's happening again! It first occurred after Jim Jones and his People's Temple cult committed mass suicide in Guyana. That shocking event brought about such universal revulsion to the mere word cult" that Jewish leaders opposed to our evangelistic ministry seized the opportunity to blacken our reputation by labeling us a cult, too.…

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It happened in mid-March. The report was submitted in April. It will be printed in June and read in July. Nevertheless, we think this account is so exciting that readers will easily be able to imagine a snowstorm even as they fan themselves and sip their iced tea or lemonade.…

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