March 2010 Newsletter (5770:7)

Variations on the Freedom Theme…
March 1, 2010
Author: Avi Snyder

Passover, the Feast of Redemption, is a great time to focus on God’s saving power.  But what does that freedom mean after we’ve been saved?  Following you will see two very different aspects of the freedom theme, as one of our missionaries passes on a lesson to a contact, and another receives a lesson for […]

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Moishe’s Musings: The Missing Ingredient
Author: Moishe Rosen

The elements of what makes a thing to be what it is can’t be compromised.  Bread without yeast becomes matzoh.  Oceans without water become very long, very dry valleys of sand.  Marriages without love become a version of Hell. A church with a missing ingredient becomes a social club. The ingredients of a church might […]

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Bits from the Branches

London Julia Pascoe writes: Eighty-five-year-old Hetty recently put her trust in Yeshua and I am thankful for Hetty’s growing faith in the face of increasing opposition from her family. Her aunt has lately become more uneasy at her niece’s faith. Recently, she rang Hetty and said, ‘You don’t believe in Jesus, do you?’ Hetty replied, […]

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A Great Way to Witness to Your Jewish Friends This Passover…

ISSUES is an eight-page journal that we send to Jewish people who do not yet know our Messiah. Artwork, poetry, literature, essays, book reviews and testimonies—all are presented from a Messianic Jewish perspective to show why we believe that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Savior for everyone. Many people who receive ISSUES have been referred to […]

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Wandering Jews and Others
February 1, 2010

Tradescantia pallida. It’s not a chant; it is the scientific name for a long, leafy, green, purple and white plant more commonly called the Wandering Jew.  For many years we had one hanging in the family room window of my childhood home. Though the plant was beautiful, its name seemed somehow derogatory. I always felt […]

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