April 2003 Newsletter (5763:8)

The Urge to Purge
April 1, 2003

This month in Jewish homes all over the world we celebrate the Passover, also called the Festival of Redemption. Of all the holy days, of all the sacred events of Jewish history, Passover stands as the cornerstone of Israel’s national identity and purpose. The Passover lamb remains the focal point of this great story of […]

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The BYG Pic

We are still receiving reports from the Behold Your God Los Angeles campaign. Miriam Abramov reports, I am part of our Tel Aviv team, but I grew up in Beverly Hills, so I was excited to go there to hand out tracts. Then I heard that this has been the most difficult place to witness […]

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Stories from Russia and the Ukraine

What Motivates Us? God has continually been putting a question before me: what stimulates or motivates my ministry? For the first year and a half to two years, my main motive was to understand and perform the work that God had given me to do for Him. That continues to motivate me still, but it […]

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Promises to Live By

There is nothing more liberating than to know that we have been freed from the power of sin and death through our Messiah Jesus. We hope this season will be a joyous time for you to reflect on God’s resurrection power in your life. If it has been awhile since you meditated on these familiar […]

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Lessons from Leaven: A Message from Moishe
Author: Moishe Rosen

God uses everyday items, the familiar and mundane, to teach many truths. Throughout the Old Testament we see how He gave the Hebrews symbols and metaphors to make something small mean much. For example, leaven or hometz was forbidden from most sacrifices, and it was explicitly forbidden at Passover time. Leaven is usually seen as […]

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