August 1988 Newsletter (5748:11)

Unconditional Love
August 1, 1988
Author: Moishe Rosen

Society seems to have rediscovered love! You might think that most of what could be said on such an important subject would already have been said by the romanticists, the moralists and the social commentators. Still, just when it seems every possible thought on the subject has been taught, we are discovering new and different […]

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We’re Glad You Asked…

QUESTION: I have a very good friend who is Jewish. We have been friends for a long time. He treats Christians as good people, but just that. How can I approach him about the gospel? ANSWER: Your friend may merely be using tact to avoid the issue of Christ. He maybe thinking—but not saying—that he […]

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Unconditional Love (A Word Study)

1. Charity never faileth. Fail — ekpiptei (Greek) to fall off or away” — Young’s “to lose or become inefficient, have no effect” — Strong’s (doesn’t die out) 2. Does not behave unseemly Unseemly — aschemonei (Greek) “behave disgracefully, discourteously” — Young’s “is not rude” — NIV 3. Thinketh no evil Evil — kakon (Greek) […]

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In Memoriam

All those who are dedicated to the cause of Jewish Evangelism will mourn the loss of Daniel Fuchs, who went home to his heavenly reward on May 24, 1988. Prior to his retirement, Dr. Fuchs was head of the American Board of Missions to the Jews for many years. He was a tireless worker, and […]

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Another Divine Appointment
Author: Gina Moss

My back was killing me and I really needed to see a chiropractor! Our mobile evangelistic team, The Liberated Wailing Wall, was touring in the Houston area, and since the two specialists in town were unavailable, I turned in desperation to the Yellow Pages of the phone book. My teammate Goldie was struck by this […]

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Anything But Lukewarm
Author: Alan Bond

Things are heating up in our campus ministry at Northridge, California. As any Jews for Jesus missionary will attest, that’s the way we prefer it—anything but lukewarm. Lukewarmness does not promote interest and repartee. During one mid-class lull, while I talked with another believer about campus evangelism and offered and received mutual encouragement, I spotted […]

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Losing Through Intimidation
Author: Avi Snyder

I was supposed to be intimidated. After all, his voice had a definite note of menace to it. If you continue to hand out those pamphlets of yours on campus, then I’m going to have my people take counter measures,” he said. “What kind of counter measures did you have in mind?” I asked. “This […]

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All in the Family

Bob was quite learned in Judaism and Jewishness. He had undergone some bad experiences as he grew up and had decided that his association with the Jewish community would be limited. Although he had heard the gospel before his encounter with me, he still was not ready to decide about the person of Yeshua. Bob’s […]

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The Gospel Is Not for Sale

One day shortly after I had taken up my new missionary post in Toronto, I stood on the busy downtown corner of Yonge and Dundas to distribute our broadside gospel literature. It was right across the street from the Eaton Centre, a large shopping mall, and in the course of two hours I had distributed […]

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Come Jump in Our Pool!

Here’s an opportunity for you, our supporters, to give toward the future of Jews for Jesus while receiving the financial benefits available under current tax law. Have you ever heard of a pooled income fund? Well, neither had we, until some experts” started encouraging us to look toward our future. We found that there are […]

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