June 1979 Newsletter (5739:9)

Victory of the Lord
June 1, 1979
Author: Moishe Rosen

"And the Lord said unto Gideon, The people that are with thee are too many for me to give the Midianites into their hands, lest Israel vaunt themselves against me, saying, Mine own hand hath saved me."

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Personal Evangelistic Dialogue

Those of you who have read Ceil Rosen’s story will remember the mention of Mrs. Hanna Wago, a missionary to the Jews who first witnessed to Ceil, then led her to Christ and discipled her. The following is from a Bible study guide which Mrs. Wago compiled. We thought it would make a meaningful Bible…

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Warmed by the Son

For five weeks last winter, I ministered in Michigan. I started in the Upper Peninsula at a place called Ontanagon, population under 500. For the first two weeks, I had few opportunities to hand out tracts. The weather was horrible! The first night I was there it was 15° below zero. I joked to a…

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He Said, Please Pray for Me.
Author: Sam Nadler

Scott T. is a young Jewish man with a winsome smile that says, "I want to be your friend," but eyes that look sad and say, "I need you to be my friend." His first words to me were, "So what made you change from being Jewish?" "Nothing could ever make me change from being…

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How to Make your Summer Vacation Count for God (even if it is only a two week vacation)

Order a t-shirt that says JESUS MADE ME KOSHER or another t-shirt with a Gospel message on it to wear while you travel. Order 100 broadsides or other Gospel tracts that you like a lot and leave them in restaurants where you stop to snack. Write to Christian organizations that you support in the cities…

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Speaking of Jesus
Author: Keith Warwick

I have been attracted to Jesus for two years. I guess I do believe in Him.” Daniel, a Jewish man, said to me as I was distributing tracts in Manhattan. Something in his manner told me that he was searching, and not stating a reality from his own life. I asked him if he would…

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Peter Rice: A Story
Author: Peter Rice

My grandfather was a humble cobbler from Austria. He settled down in the Boston area, and it was there that my father grew up. Like most Jewish boys, my father walked five miles in the snow to get to school, played stickball, and went to synagogue regularly. But when Dad went to synagogue, he always…

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Short Reports to Freshen Your Spirit

For about a year, we’ve been asking you to send us the names of your Jewish friends who don’t (yet) know the Lord. Every other month we send these friends Issues our evangelistic publication. In March we offered them the Christ in the Passover book. Praise God! Even before the final results were tallied, 200…

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Not Too Many Miracles

I can’t quite state when I began my spiritual search, but I do know that it began in earnest on Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement). I mark my search from that day, for that was when I began thinking about all the miraculous things God had done for my ancestors. I felt left out….

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