April 2000 Newsletter (5760:8)

Pesach-Passover
April 1, 2000

The command for the celebration of the feast of Passover is found in the twelfth chapter of Exodus. Here, the festival receives its name: It is the Lord’s passover (pesach)” (v. 11). We are given the reason for this name in verse 23: “For the Lord will pass through to smite the Egyptians, and when […]

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Vain Faith
Author: Moishe Rosen

And if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain, and your faith is also vain.” I Corinthians 15:14 I was in a strange city. It was the day to worship, but I didn’t know anybody or any churches. I found the Saturday paper in my hotel room basket and looked for the religion […]

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Israel Tours

Many of you have written to thank us for letting you know of Lon Solomon’s tours. Nevertheless, Lon’s dates (October 25 to November 3) may not work for everyone. And while we cannot use the newsletter to provide you with an exhaustive list, we want to let you know that another friend of our ministry, […]

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Bits from the Branches

From Moscow, outreach worker Maxim Ammosov reports, I often visit a new Jewish believer named Elena. Her mother, Vassa, always comes to listen at the visits. At one such visit Vassa repented and came to faith in Jesus. Elena’s father, Ovsey, was a convinced atheist and didn’t want to know anything about God. But he, […]

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Jews, Jesus and Larry King

A couple of months ago we had the biggest opportunity ever to make the Messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue worldwide through the secular media—and we have been rejoicing and praising God for it ever since. I was invited to join Dr. Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, to debate two rabbis […]

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This Time Last Year

Rachel, currently a student at Moody Bible Institute, participated in our Panama City Beach Spring Break Outreach last April. Here’s how she described it: In a very strange sudden fog, and on April Fool’s Day, ten of us walked up and down the ‘main drag’ of Panama City. ‘So what?’ you might ask. Well, to […]

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A Passover Reminder

Don’t forget that Passover begins at sundown, April 19 and lasts for one week. If you have Jewish friends, it is appropriate to send a card. If you invite a Jewish friend over during this time, you won’t want to offer them any food containing leaven. Once again, if we are presenting Christ in the […]

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Meet Aaron Abramson

My parents, who are originally from Detroit, Michigan, found the Messiah through the Jesus Movement” in the early seventy’s. They solidified their commitment to Him some years later after moving to Seattle. Being the first of six kids I was always the first to experience things—including Yeshua. When I was around twelve, we began going […]

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Meet Amer Olson
Author: Amer Olson

My father was an artist and our house was filled with the scents of linseed oil and turpentine, charcoal and kneaded erasers. I was born on the birthday of the great Dutch Master, Rembrandt, who soon became my childhood hero. And I always knew exactly what I wanted to be when I grew up: a […]

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To Be Continued…

Last but not least, we are also pleased to have Dan and Dinah Sered and Samuel L. in our first class of trainees for the year 2000. We’d like to tell you more about them next month, but meanwhile here are their pictures so you can see what good looking people they are! Please pray […]

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