September 1987 Newsletter (5748:1)

Together in the Lord
September 1, 1987
Author: Susan Smadja

As a missionary at our San Francisco Branch of Jews for Jesus, I spend much of my time visiting with Jewish people who have shown an interest in Yeshua. Most frequently their names have been sent in by their Gentile Christian friends for us to contact. In a roundabout way that is how I initially […]

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God Doesn’t Make Excuses
Author: Moishe Rosen

God doesn’t make excuses, give excuses, nor does he need to be excused. People, on the other hand, seem to need excuses for what they do—or fail to do. Some of the excuses we make represent a great deal of creativity in the field of cosmogony (the branch of philosophy that deals with cause and […]

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We’re Glad You Asked…

QUESTION: How about an article in your Newsletter about witnessing to our Jewish doctors? I have four of them! I feel that I owe these fine professionals a debt of gratitude for their care and concern for my physical needs. I, in turn, would like to share with them that which is most precious to […]

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A Modern Day Agora

In ancient times the social life of a city revolved around the agora, the marketplace at the city gate. The agora was where people converged with their merchandise to trade necessary goods. It was also the place where they exchanged ideas and passed on valuable, sometimes vital, information. When travelers went from town to town, […]

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The Book of Life: Roll Call for the Redeemed
Author: Andrew Barron

Once a year in the autumn millions of Jewish people around the world observe a solemn fast day—Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Ten days earlier, at Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, my people begin to greet one another with the traditional benediction, L’shana Tova Tikatevu,” “May you be inscribed in the Book of […]

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It Was a Good Day
Author: Alan Bond

After many months of talking to Silviu about his need to make a real commitment to Yeshua, I had begun to wonder if I was guilty of spending too much time with too little fruit. Our discussions tended to dance in and out and around the person and ministry of Yeshua among other topics that […]

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