Moishe’s Musings*

One reason why God gives us holidays is to help us navigate through our own forgetfulness. Certain events remind us that He is real during the ordinary or even disappointing moments of our lives. Apparently, God does not want the kind of relationship where He must prove Himself to us every minute of every day. It seems He wants us to remember what He has done for us in the past and trust Him for our present and future. While holidays help us to memorialize the reality of what He has done corporately, we should also memorialize and remind ourselves of the things He has done for us individually. Each time I remember what God has done, it helps me know He is caring for me still. It is remembering who He is, not who we are or how we feel, that enables us to “keep the faith.”

*Excerpted from: A Message from Moishein our November 2003 newsletter

Prayer Prompters

Please pray for:

  • our new outpost in Geneva (details here)
  • God’s blessings on those who serve with Jews for Jesus behind the scenes (read more here)
  • salvation for Marty, Zsofi and Esther’s sister and grace and strength for new Jewish believer Yura
  • God’s provision as we seek to raise up the next generation of Jews for Jesus
  • God’s wisdom in planning and laying groundwork for the next Behold Your God Israel campaigns in 2012