March 2005 Newsletter (5765:7)

Theologizing Away Discomfort
March 1, 2005

Why does every generation seem to think they are the first to deal with problems that are age-old? We love to analyze current trends and hypothesize about cultural developments. Call it pride or arrogance, but in our half-blind sense of self-importance, we decide that...

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Moscow

Moscow, for many years the capital of the former Soviet Union, is now the capital of the Russian Federation, with a population of 12 million people. Among those 12 million there are about 100,000 Jews. Some of the earliest Jews for Jesus staff joined in marches or...

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Preach It

What the Bible says about evangelism and the spoken word 1 Chronicles 16:23, 24 shows that even before Jesus came, those who knew the Lord were to proclaim Him to others with joy: Sing to the LORD, all the earth; Proclaim the good news of His salvation from day to...

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The BYG Pic

While we have a breather from Behold Your God campaigns this month, Francoise Edwards (our Co-Laborer in Messiah Coordinator, whom you met in last month’s newsletter) sent this encouraging update from a previous campaign: During Tampa BYG, while manning a booth...

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Bits from the Branches

Moscow Maxim Ammosov reports, During a sortie I ran across a Jewish man who is known for slapping and spitting at our faces. The last time I encountered him I had to call the police. This time he didn’t slap me, but just spat at my face. I blessed him and prayed...

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