israeli believers in jesus

How Dan Sered, an Israeli, Found Love and Messiah at the Same Time
July 10, 2017
Author: Dan Sered

I was born in Israel on the holiest of Jewish festivals, Yom Kippur,” the Day of Atonement. I believe God has had His hand on me ever since, to show His grace and wonderful mercy. I grew up in a secular home where we followed all the traditions and kept the holidays, but these observances…

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Trees from the Forest: The State of Evangelism in Israel
June 1, 2004

Here in Israel there are no experts” on evangelism. There are many believers who are doing the work of evangelism, but most of us are in the middle of the task and cannot see the trees from the forest. While there are no experts, there is no lack of opinions or perspectives. Our Jews for…

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Bound for the Promised Land
March 1, 2004

Book Title: Bound for the Promised Land Author: Haya Benhayim (Author), Menahen Benhayim (Contributor) Date Published: May 2004 Publisher: Purple Pomegranate Productions ISBN: 978-1881022152 Reviewer: Jews for Jesus The prologue to Bound for the Promised Land takes readers to the land of Israel, to the beginning of the Yom Kippur war. Gifted writer Haya Benhayim,…

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A Cactus Who Lost His Spikes
January 1, 2003
Author: Shlomy A

My name is Shlomy. I am a sabra (in Hebrew tsabar”), a native-born Israeli. Sabra is also the name of the Israeli cactus. I was once very much like that prickly cactus. I was born into a Jewish family and as a boy I loved all of the traditions. But when I was 13, I…

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Encounters with Peace in a Land of Strife
May 1, 2002
Author: Stephen Katz

The media claim that eight recent terror attacks in the heart of downtown Jerusalem have reduced a bustling economic zone to an economic no-man’s land. On a recent trip to Israel I found a very subdued atmosphere that seemed to confirm that claim. Even Tel Aviv—normally bustling with parties and nightlife on Saturday after sundown—seemed…

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Dialogue Across the Seas
November 1, 1998
Author: Stephen Katz

My previous article, The Desert Hasn’t Blossomed Yet sparked several interesting responses. We enjoy the letters of appreciation but it’s also good to know when people take exception to what we say. After all, Havurah is for our family in Messiah—and what Jewish family doesn’t argue and dispute now and then? We thought you might…

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Becoming a Reproach in the Land of Israel
September 1, 1998
Author: Paul Liberman

Book Title: Strategies for Today’s Leader Author: David Brickner Reviewer: Paul Liberman Review Date: Sep 1, 1998 David Brickner’s article Becoming a Reproach in the Land of Israel” resonated with truth. As part of the Body of the Messiah living in the Land, some of it was difficult to hear. Yet, its clarity was arresting….

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Who Are God’s People in the Middle East?
September 1, 1994
Author: Jim Eriksen

Book Title: Who Are God’s People in the Middle East? Author: Gary M. Burge Date Published: December 1993 Publisher: Zondervan Genre: 1. Prophecy2. Theology ISBN: 978-0310386919 Reviewer: Jim Eriksen Review Date: Sep 1. 1994 Gary Burge wrote this book while on sabbatical from his teaching position as associate professor of New Testament at Wheaton College….

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