March 1988 Newsletter (5748:6)

Sorrow for the Lost
March 1, 1988
Author: Moishe Rosen

Most people gravitate instinctively toward the sound of laughter, but it takes a hero of faith to be stirred to action by the sobs of the sorrowing. The godly person knows what it means to be filled with joy—the joy of the Lord. But at the same time, the true child of God ought to […]

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Five Encouragements

The New Testament uses two different words that are translated into English as cheer.” One, from the root euthumeo, is found in the 27th chapter of Acts. It means to be merry or to cheer up. Luke uses this word to describe Paul’s exhortation of hope to the sailors and others on board a storm-tossed […]

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A Timely Encounter

As a missionary with Jews for Jesus, I spend many hours each week standing on street corners handing out gospel tracts. Sometimes the results are discouraging as hundreds of people pass by, ignoring me completely. Others take a tract and quickly discard it as soon as they see the words Jews for Jesus on the […]

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A Day In The Life of The Liberated Wailing Wall

Liberated Wailing Wall | Albums | Downloadable Music Maybe you’re not quite sure what the LWW is. Maybe you already know that LWW stands for The Liberated Wailing Wall, our Jews for Jesus mobile evangelistic team, but you have other questions about them—like what keeps eight people busy on a 40-foot bus between evangelistic presentations? Our […]

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A Genuine Untested-by-the Editor Liberated Wailing Wall Recipe

The following recipe comes to you indirectly from the kitchen of the Jewish/lsraeli mother of one of our Liberated Wailing Wall alumni: Israeli Eggplant Salad 1. First buy an eggplant—unless you don’t like eggplant, in which case why are you bothering to read this recipe? 2. Next, cut the eggplant into small cubes. (How big […]

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He Found Me
Author: Jason Lipman

I was born in Brooklyn, New York, but I grew up in Orange County, California. My family attended synagogue regularly, and my parents sent me to Hebrew school in preparation for my bar mitzvah. At 13, in that ceremony I accepted responsibility for my actions before God and the Jewish community. In Hebrew school I […]

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On the Wall,” Witnessing “
Author: Jason Lipman

While the Liberated Wailing Wall was ministering in Indiana, we evangelized at the University of Indiana in Bloomington for three days. On the first day I put up a literature table in the commons area. To my surprise, I found that I had chosen a spot right next to one being manned by the B’nai […]

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My Questions Were Answered
Author: Glenn Harris

I was born and raised in Los Angeles. In my sunny southern California” home Jewishness was very important, especially to my grandfather. He was very religious and extremely committed to giving me a thorough Jewish education. Besides my public school attendance, he also enrolled me in Hebrew school. There I prepared for my bar mitzvah, […]

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Liberated Wailing Wall Witnessing Report
Author: Glenn Harris

Liberated Wailing Wall | Albums | Downloadable Music I met Frankie at Indiana University when the Liberated Wailing Wall visited the campus to do evangelism. After what had already been a very fruitful witnessing expedition, I was on my way upstairs to get some lunch, when I noticed a student on his way down the stairs. […]

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