March 1990 Newsletter (5750:5)

Who is a Jew?
March 1, 1990
Author: Moishe Rosen

The man confronted me after a church meeting. Standing beside a grimfaced woman, he said sternly, “If you really are a Christian, you are no longer a Jew. The Bible says that in Christ there is neither Jew nor Greek. His worn Bible looked as though it had been opened more than once a day […]

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A Waste? Hardly!
Author: Avi Snyder

The young man stopped while I was distributing the gospel literature we call broadsides. He said that he too was a believer in Yeshua. While I am always grateful when a brother or sister in the Lord stops to exchange a word of greeting, I could tell from his look that this man was not […]

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Contrasts: A Tale of Two Women
Author: Holly R.

Sometimes contrast makes a picture more enjoyable, and sometimes contrast can produce feelings of disjointedness or discomfort. The contrasts between Lynn and Lora left me a bit uncomfortable as I reviewed them one Monday afternoon. In the preceding hours I had taught a Bible study and showed a messianic prophecy to each. The differences in […]

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On Sunday The Rabbi Went To Church
Author: Steve Cohen

Last fall when I spoke at a certain church in Western Massachusetts, the reader board outside the church announced in big, bold letters, Jews For Jesus—Steve Cohen to speak. All are welcome. The church was right near a local synagogue, and I heard from one of the members of the church that the pastor had […]

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Jacob’s Prophecies

As he lay dying, Jacob’s spirit rose to prophetic stature. The words he spoke to his sons were his last will and testament. Unlike the material or financial gifts associated with bequests today, Jacob’s bequests consisted of prophetic utterances and a series of blessings and curses. These had their roots in God’s earlier promise to […]

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