May 1979 Newsletter (5739:8)

Come Fishing With Me
May 1, 1979
Author: Moishe Rosen

"And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not." – Galatians 6:9 When I was a boy in Colorado , I loved to go fishing . Often very early before school time, I went to fish at Sloan’s Lake a few blocks from where […]

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Jesus – A Real Alternative
Author: Shayna Turner

What do you do when you have a lot of unresolved questions and inner conflicts concerning a very important issue in your life? It helps most people to seek out another individual or group who has had similar experiences and can give you a witness” or personal story. This is what Ann was seeking when […]

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Kosher Lunch
Author: Peter Rice

After passing out some broadsides in Los Angeles , California , I was approached by Simon. "Excuse me," he said. "You are Jewish?" "Yes," I replied. "Are you?" It turned out he was not only Jewish, but had been born in Israel . As we discussed spiritual matters, I was surprised to see how open […]

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Gift Of Faith
Author: Brent Davis

In Miami , I spoke with Joe, an elderly Jewish man who has heard the Gospel several times from some faithful Christians. Joe kept returning to the subject of the horrible world conditions and questioned why, if there was a God, would He allow such terrible things. But Joe finally did admit that God was […]

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It Could Have Been Dialogue

As Christians, our primary responsibility to the world is to be representatives of Jesus Christ sharing the Good News with all. But we need to be willing to be taught HOW TO DO THIS. I learned this the hard way through a recent incident. When I registered for an art class at a Jewish community […]

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That They Might Be Saved

We frequently meet Christians who are afraid to witness to their Jewish friends. They fear that Jewish people know more about the Bible than they do or they think they may lose a friend. You may have already encountered some of these problems and, then again, maybe you have not; but you are thinking about […]

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Street Dialogue
Author: Keith Warwick

"I would like to see you guys in action," commented Michael M., a Jewish man in his forties. I had been distributing broadsides on a busy corner in New York City , but I briefly stepped out of the flow of pedestrian traffic and began a dialogue with him. Mr. M. told me that he […]

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Shavuot/Pentecost
Author: Pate Boker

God commanded the Israelites to appear before Him three times a year in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem . This dramatically preserved the memory of the three significant periods in their early history in which God proved he was the Savior and Redeemer of His people. Passover (Pesach) celebrated the deliverance from Egyptian bondage and […]

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