July 1979 Newsletter (5739:10)

A Rose Is A Rose
July 1, 1979
Author: Steve Cohen

Sometimes in my schedule I just want to hibernate and rest. But the Lord has shown me that serving Him is not a nine-to-five job, nor a five-day week. A full-time ministry is just that − FULL TIME. Recently on a “day off” in Baltimore , I took my wife and a friend out to […]

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He Doesn’t Want to Believe

“Well, I just don’t believe it!” With that, Mickey ended the conversation. Yet, Mickey did not seem confident in his arguments. He kept offering one challenge after another. It sounded as if he was trying to convince himself as well as me. Meanwhile, the Holy Spirit was steadying me, keeping me from being trapped in […]

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Knowing the Creator
Author: Moishe Rosen

"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handiwork…the law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the story of the LORD Is sure, making wise the simple…Let the words of my mouth, and the meditations of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my […]

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Personal Evangelistic Dialogue

FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE NEW READERS, or those who haven’t noticed, the past several months we’ve been running a series on “Personal Evangelist Dialogue.” By these articles, we hope to encourage you to engage in sharing Christ with your Jewish friends through such evangelistic dialogues. We’ve even offered to send you, free upon […]

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Coming Home
Author: Peter Baer

“God couldn’t have put me with a nicer guy,” I thought as I drove the last and longest stretch of a nine-week tour that had taken me from San Francisco to Florida and back. No, I wasn’t thinking about myself, but about Jesus, the traveler’s friend. When I had set out from San Francisco , […]

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My Son, the Baptist

“Are you one of those Jews for Jesus?” I turned to look at the person who had asked me that almost rhetorical question. After all, I was standing on a busy corner, wearing a t-shirt and jacket, both of which clearly said “Jews for Jesus.” So, naturally I assumed it was a hostile remark. But […]

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Test Your Yiddishkeit

EVERYBODY loves a quiz. So, here’s a quiz to check out your Yiddishkeit (Jewishness). There are three correct methods for witnessing to Jewish people. The Masoretic Text is the instruction guide for an Italian automobile. No Jew with a real Jewish education could really believe in Jesus. The more Orthodox a Jewish person is, the […]

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