Is Isaiah 53 the forgotten Haftorah or the forbidden chapter as asserted by Christian missionaries? The missionary claim is that this chapter has been left out of the Haftorah cycle because the “rabbis” knew that if we read this chapter, …

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Jews for Jesus has for years used an ad campaign around the world which features a bunch of Chasidic men walking in front of the Kotel, and one of them is wearing a Jews for Jesus t-shirt. The phrase emblazoned …

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Some have said that the difference between Judaism and Christianity is simply that Christianity believes the Messiah has already come once and is awaiting his return and that Judaism believes he has not yet come and is awaiting his arrival. …

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I recently discovered the miracle of invisible thread. It has revolutionized my life, and my sewing box. Gone are the days when I went into a complete panic because I could not find the right colored thread for a job. …

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Before Aaron the high priest, and his sons the Cohanim, the priests in Israel were the eldest sons of each family – they served as priests, doing the spiritual work before G-d on behalf of their families. But before there …

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According to IsraelNN.com, “The nascent Sanhedrin’s court for Noahides – Torah-believing non-Jews – held a ceremony this week in which four Gentiles declared their acceptance of the Seven Laws of Noah.” The seven Laws of Noah are: Prohibition of Idolatry: …

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Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England’s best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London’s famed New Park Street Church (formerly …

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Question – “What is the difference between Jews for Jesus and a Messianic Jew?” Answer: Jews for Jesus is a missionary organization.  They are just one of nearly 1000 organizations in the United States that target Jews for conversion to …

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