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Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel

April 2012 Vol 21, No 4
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  Daniel Juster: I was looking for a contrast to today's world and its fleeting relationships. I was seeking people of character... By the grace of God, that dream continues to be fulfilled in connection with more than one organization.
 
  Eitan Shishkoff: Without a doubt, Messianic Jews living in the reborn nation of Israel, worshiping the God of Israel as Yeshua's disciples, signifies the coming of the King. Let's turn the Master's words in Matthew 23:39 into a positive statement: "You WILL see me again when you say Baruch HaBa, ba Shem Adonai".
 
  Marty Shoub: There was no jealousy, there was no suspicion, there was no insecurity. Instead, there was love, kindness and mutual appreciation. This truly was One New Man collectively celebrating our unity and our multiethnic diversity in Yeshua.
 
  Asher Intrater: Do you know how to say "ministry" in Hebrew? The answer is: there is no such word! The only word that has close proximity is "service".
 
  Asher Intrater: At Gat Shmanim Yeshua embraced the cross. He forced His will to submit. It is a place of darkness, depression and difficulty. It is a place of self denial; a place to be crushed; to obey unto death; to be tested; to pass through humiliation and suffering; to intercede to the point of blood, sweat and tears.

All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicted, are taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.


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