November 1994 Newsletter (5755:2)

A Word of Thanks
November 1, 1994
Author: Moishe Rosen

By the time this issue of the Newsletter reaches you, 1994 will be nearing its end. It has been an amazing year for our ministry— a time of paradox filled with victories and pain. We have experienced heavy disappointments from within and without. Nevertheless, concurrent with pain and persecution we have enjoyed great victories in […]

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Bits from the Branches

Every Knock Is a Boost! In Dallas, part-time worker Lyn Bond received a letter from an angry woman named Jane who wrote, I can manage to forgive you for your audacity, but I leave it to my God to forgive you for breaking two of the Ten Commandments we real Jews revere. Re-read them and […]

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At Just the Right Time
Author: Alan Bond

If nothing else, our job is to raise the issue that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah for Jews and Gentiles. If our audience of the moment happens to be predominantly Christian, there’s no end to the stories we get from people who used to know a nice Jewish man,” or who “worked for a Jewish […]

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Mice in the Cookie Jar
Author: Stephen Katz

Almost every time I speak at a church, Christians come up and thank me for helping to clarify the Jewish roots of their faith or for giving them ideas on how to witness to their Jewish friends. But at one church I sadly found a set of different responses. It was a large mainline denomination […]

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Corey Has a New Friend
Author: Joshua Turnil

He was so very serious. His eyes gazed up at me intently as I explained that Yeshua died as an atonement for everyone, and that includes little Jewish boys. I’ve shared the gospel with all kinds of people before—Jews, Muslims, Hare Krishnas, transvestites, the hostile and the complacent—but never with an eight-year-old boy. In Jews […]

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Zinzendorf and the Jewish People

Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-1760) was a remarkable nobleman who became one of the great mission leaders of all time. He lived during a period of great dislocation after the disastrous Thirty Years War” (1618-1648). That on-again, off-again struggle was just about the most exhausting armed conflict in the history of central Europe. Essentially […]

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From Deputation to Decision
Author: Robyn Wilk

One of the tasks of a Jews for Jesus staff person is to speak in local churches. We do this for several reasons. One is to win the hearts of God’s people to Jewish evangelism. Another is that it provides an opportunity for church members to invite their Jewish friends and neighbors to come and […]

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