April 1989 Newsletter (5749:6)

It Started With Horseradish (A Letter From a Friend)
April 1, 1989

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, As a non-Jewish supporter of your ministry I wanted to tell you how much I enjoy receiving your newsletter. I just finished reading (an article by Moishe Rosen) and it reminded me of a story I’d like to share with you. It’s about how God can use the strangest…

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An Apology
Topics: passover

Late in January, Jews for Jesus received the following letter from a lady in Colorado: Dear Moishe Rosen, This letter is a bit slow in being formulated since it’s in response to something you wrote in the Volume 1:5749 issue of the Jews for Jesus Newsletter. I appreciate your articles and the thought provoking way…

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Exodus and Exile

Since the Diaspora, two major events of Jewish history have encouraged and perplexed the Jewish community. Great and simple minds alike have pondered the significance of the Exodus and the problem of the Exile. The Exodus from Egypt is a theme often repeated in Jewish liturgy. Every day devout Jews reading from the siddur (Jewish…

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Not a Waste of Time
Author: Steven Burg

As a missionary with Jews for Jesus, I’m always looking for evangelistic opportunities. Sometimes they come about in unexpected ways. Not too long ago I was meeting with Jerry, a Jewish businessman. I had spoken to him by telephone over a three-year period, but never had a lengthy conversation with him, as he was always…

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Sometimes It Takes a Little Longer

Morris is 64 years old, one of three brothers. First generation Americans, they came from Russia 50 years ago. They lived and played in the Jewish areas of Chicago, attending Hebrew school, skipping bar mitzvah lessons, occasionally embarrassing their family as boys will do, and then they went off to fight in World War II….

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Getting the Word Out Fast!

In a recent issue of this Newsletter (Volume 4:5749) we featured our Production and Art departments as we explained the many ways we publish glad tidings.” Some may wonder why we go to the trouble of doing our own printing when many other ministries use outside services for their production needs. The answer, in just…

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Don’t Forget the Autumn ’89 Israel Trip!

An excellent tour has been arranged at the great price of $1,499 U.S. The dates are November 5-14, with an optional trip to Egypt that would cost an additional $578 to $748 U.S. and bring you back on November 17. For more information, write to: Rev. Lon Solomon c/o McLean Bible Church 850 Balls Hill…

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Reaching the People of the Book

The Jewish people are known as the people of the Book,” referring to the Bible, but in general they read a great deal. I have discovered that along with the Scriptures, I can use well-chosen publications effectively in reaching my people for our Messiah. For example, across the country, thousands of Jewish people receive Issues,…

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Who Is the Adversary?
Author: Moishe Rosen

Passover is here again, the time we commemorate Israel’s redemption from Egypt and remember the sorrow that turned to joy. Surely at some point in their enslavement the Hebrews must have tried to resist Pharaoh’s tyranny, yet history makes no mention of it except the midwives’ temporary success in saving some of the male newborns….

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