Izzy here. I'm guessing you've heard of Rabbi Itzhak Shapira? He directs the ministries of Ahavat Ammi and Yeshivat Shuvu, and is a personal friend of mine. Anyways, Tzachi was telling me recently about a very exciting development - the translation of his book "Return of the Kosher Pig" into Spanish! If you're not familiar with this book, it's a look at Yeshua as Messiah from traditional Jewish texts and perspectives, and is causing quite a stir in the Orthodox Jewish world.
I'm excited about this, because the Spanish speaking world is in desperate need of Messianic educational resources.
Would you take a moment to help us spread the word to your Spanish speaking friends? The video trailer for the book is here, and the website itself is here. Thank you so much!
Nancy is following Yeshua in a Hebrew way! Here’s her story.
I wanted to share a story with you guys. I became Messianic about nine months ago. It was such a joyful experience that when my congregation had its first Yom Kippur, I wanted to share my joy with friends and family. One of those friends is an Orthodox Jew. I began to share with her what I was learning at my congregation, and eventually when I found Yeshua Radio, also began to share with her what I learned through Izzy's teachings. She's told me a few times she doesn't believe in Yeshua, but listens to me when I talk to her about my faith in Him. I pray Abba will give me the wisdom to continue to share my joy in Yeshua with her, and that He will send me the people He wants me to share the Gospel of Yeshua with.
A few days ago I listened to one of Izzy's messages on Yeshua radio. He said that when Yeshua comes and transforms your life, you can't hold what Yeshua has done for you, you gotta share it with others. I can totally relate to that. I don't even remember how I started the conversation with my friend, I just know we began to talk about being Jews and I began to share my story with her. No prepared messages, no fancy talks, just a regular friend talk, she listened, I'm joyful for that. All praise be to Elohim for He has made it all possible.
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Shavua tov - hope you're having a good week!
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