October 1992 Newsletter (5753:2)

Defeating the Goliaths in Our Lives
December 1, 1992
Author: Ceil Rosen

Though we may think of ourselves as peace-loving people, once we commit our lives to Jesus we enter a war zone. The fight is between good and evil—between God and Satan, the temporary prince of this world. We who belong to Messiah Yeshua must not only declare our allegiance; but be ready to defend ourselves…

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And on the West Coast…
October 1, 1992

While our campaigners were busy on the streets of New York this summer, the Jews for Jesus staff in San Francisco was out preaching the gospel, too. People who are usually found behind a desk, in front of a computer, or running a business machine or printing press at our administrative headquarters had an opportunity…

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The Right Connection

During our Summer Witnessing Campaigns we set up a hotline to handle the many phone calls we get during this time of intense evangelism. It can get very steamy on our hotline. Some of the calls are less than polite and outside the scope of decent conversation. They come from people who consider an open…

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Needed: Some Real Zeal
Author: Moishe Rosen

No one likes a fanatic! At least it would seem that way. Maybe it’s just the word, but like so many words, fanatic” in its original sense meant something other than it means today. Primarily the word “fanatic” did not carry a negative connotation. It meant one who had a zeal for the temple. People…

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Oops Department
Topics: sukkot

It’s not my fault,” says red-faced editor—”well, not entirely.…” Actually several of us have egg on our faces. Here’s what happened with our Jewish population statistics for New York on page 5, Volume 11:5752 of the Jews for Jesus Newsletter: In transcribing dictation from the originator of the article (also owner of the reference book),…

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Booths in Bethesda

When I was a boy, growing up in an Orthodox Jewish home in Kansas City meant that I was a member of a very defined, closed community with distinctive rules and religious obligations. There is a clearly delineated body of Orthodox Jewish law. Under that law, certain foods are forbidden. Travel more than a specified…

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Campaign Echoes…

Our annual Jews for Jesus Summer Witnessing Campaign in New York always makes a high profile statement for the Lord. On the streets, in the subways and wherever crowds gather, our staff and volunteer campaigners proclaim the message of Messiah and do their best to make Yeshua an unavoidable issue. By God’s grace, at the…

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Donkey Tales
Author: Henry Morse

On Campaign in New York I was looking forward to our evangelistic parade at the site of the Democratic National Convention. Some of us were to carry signs and others were to march alongside. Mitch Glaser, our leader, assigned us our places. When it was my turn, Mitch called me to go down with him…

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God’s Love in Every Language
Author: Peter Rice

The Scriptures speak a great deal about working together in the body of Messiah to accomplish God’s purposes. That thought finds a special meaning during our Summer Witnessing Campaign, as Jewish believers from all over the globe come together to raise high the banner of Messiah in New York and other cities in New York….

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