May 2008 Newsletter (5768:9)

May Days on the Jewish Calendar
March 5, 2018

YOM HASHOAH (Holocaust Remembrance Day) falls on Friday, May 2 this year. The horrors of the Holocaust are so severe and deeply disturbing that with each passing year it becomes more difficult for those who were not directly affected to believe that such things could possibly have occurred. It is important that future generations understand…

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Behold Your God Israel Campaigners Enter Into Holiday Celebrations with Smiles and Gospel Tracts
May 1, 2008

The inspiration for the tract our Israeli staff wrote for Israel’s Independence Day is the International Bible Quiz. The quiz is held annually and takes place the morning after the big Independence Day celebrations. It includes winners of national Bible quiz contests from Jewish youth around the world as well as Israeli contestants. While the…

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Remarkably Well Preserved
April 29, 2008

This month, Israel celebrates her 60th birthday; some of you are old enough to remember the 1948 declaration as a truly stunning turn of history. A hope was realized as, after nearly 2,000 years of exile, the independent Jewish state was reconstituted in the land of her ancestors. Over the past 60 years, that hope—that…

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Why Not Have Your Own Personal Witnessing Campaign?
Author: Moishe Rosen

Most of you cannot be with our team in Israel this month, or even in New York City this July . . . but you can still have your own personal witnessing campaign. Hey, if you don’t know any Jewish people, you can look in the phone book for surnames that are always Jewish: Cohen,…

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Bits from the Branches

Sydney Mark Landrum reports, “It was the second week in January; Sydney’s summer was ‘full on’ with many tourists as well as Aussies on holiday. I was particularly happy to meet Celia, a lady who had, from a young age, been attracted to Jesus. However, her father’s traditional Jewish belief had led her to think…

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