June 1987 Newsletter (5747:8)

June 1, 1987
Topics: our stories

It was the end of our Saturday evening sortie (tract distribution) on July 5, 1986. At approximately 10:30 p.m. the masses were converging as they funneled out of Central Park after a New York Philharmonic concert and fireworks display. We had been distributing our broadsides for nearly four hours, when Danny (a passerby) and I…

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I Couldn’t Turn My Back on Him
Author: Goldie R.

My name is Goldie. I grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our neighborhood was terrific—half Jewish and half Italian. I thought that the whole world—or at least the half that wasn’t Jewish—must be Italian. It followed then that everyone who was not Jewish was Gentile, and to my mind, that meant Catholic. In my little world…

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My Mother and Mastercard
Author: Jay Sekulow

People who meet my mother say that we are alot alike. There is a major difference, though; I am a Jew who believes in Jesus, and my mother is a Jew who does not. Well, more about my mother later. I am an attorney, and I serve as General Counsel with Jews for Jesus. It…

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Paper Pusher for Jesus
Author: Lois Solberg

Almost three years ago a very special Jews for Jesus newsletter arrived in my mailbox. I wish I could remember the exact day it was, because it changed my life! It was not that I was looking for change. I always seemed to find plenty to keep myself busy, even in the small South Dakota…

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On the Cutting Edge
Author: Moishe Rosen

I am not a recreational shopper.” Wandering from store to store is not much fun for me. Seeing too much merchandise bewilders me and makes me weary. There is one kind of store, however, that grabs my attention and gets me excited. That is a cutlery shop. I like almost everything they have, from the…

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We’re Glad You Asked

QUESTION: In light of Jesus’ command to bless those who curse you and pray for those who persecute you,” how should I understand, or with what attitude should I regard, passages such as Psalm 109, which are so full of bitterness and condemnation towards enemies? ANSWER: One of the mistakes we “moderns” make is that…

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