Hello to you. I thank God for bringing me to your videos. Thank you for the patient and in-depth explanations, for your time, for your sacrifice, for the risk you take on yourself and those close to you, and for all the work of the father wherever you go.
Thanks to the grace of Yeshua, I came to watch your informational videos and God revealed to me his truth through you.
I do not have enough words to thank you, so I wanted to know if there is a possibility to help you financially or voluntarily or in anything you need whether it is prayer or encouragement or anything! You do the work of God and I would be grateful to have a place to be a part of your service. In infinite love and gratitude in the name of Jesus from me to you.
What to know
- Jews who accept Yeshua as their Messiah are often outcast from their family, with their family going so far as to pray the “Kadish” over them, a prayer said for those who have passed away.
- The concept of a Messiah is not foreign at all to Orthodox Jews, with the Lubavitcher Rabbi, Menachem Schneerson, being one of the more popular ones (even though he fulfilled very few of the messianic prophecies).
- There are about 30,000 Messianic Jewish believers in Israel, where there are just over 9 million people, about 7 million of which are Jewish. However the number of believers may be much higher.
- Observing Jewish (oral) law is far more important to Orthodox Jews than to other Jews. In fact, nearly eight-in-ten Orthodox Jews (79%) say observing Jewish law is “essential” to what being Jewish means to them, compared with just 19% among Jews overall.
How to Pray
- Pray for protection around this new believer and all those that decide to follow Yeshua.
- Pray that he may be a light in the darkness to those around him, sharing the truth.
- Pray that he would make good connections with other believers in his area.
- Pray that all Israel, regardless of background, may be saved!