Yeshua is still working, still drawing His people to repentance and faith! After a service at our Messianic congregation in Germany, the Lord led the pastor to approach Adina,* who attended regularly, and ask, “Do you believe in Yeshua?” She said yes, but her hesitation spoke volumes. So, the pastor invited her to continue their discussion.
Adina shared of the hardships in her life, and together, they talked through her pressing issues. The pastor felt a strong leading from the Holy Spirit that this could be the day of Adina’s salvation!
When he asked her if she might like to invite Messiah into her heart, Adina joyfully replied, “Yes!”
The pastor recounts, “After repeating a prayer with me, the perfect shalom of Yeshua filled our hearts, and we were rejoicing together with her! I realized that Yeshua is still very active in inviting His people to return to Him through repentance and faith! What an amazing Sabbath it was!”
Please pray for Adina and her new life in Messiah, and that she may be comforted and helped with her issues.
Your prayers and faithfulness are making an important difference for the people of Ukraine! Our Christian friends, who welcomed us before when we brought groups of Holocaust survivors to Poland, opened their facility to Ukrainian refugees. We helped dozens of Ukrainians escape to Poland, and now we are providing for some 200 people.
Our workers are distributing blankets and warm clothes for children and adults, and will be providing Purim services and festivities with plenty of sweets for the children, plus a fun day out for the little ones, too. It is all demonstrating God’s love and the love of Christians for our brothers and sisters in their time of need.
Meanwhile, some Ukrainian people of Jewish faith have been able to immigrate to Israel in this time of crisis. We are also pitching in to make sure they have the support they need. By the time you read this, our Israeli congregation will have launched an open house where new Ukrainian immigrants to Israel can come for prayer and Bible study as well as practical aid.
Thank you for being there for Ukrainian refugees in their time of need!
Blood dripped from Zvi’s* face as he stumbled around. The bakery worker had slipped and hit his head on the sharp counter’s edge. He needed help!
At his moment of greatest need, God sent our missionary into the shop for her morning coffee and bread!
She was able to help Zvi control the bleeding, reach out to a doctor, and tend the shop while Zvi received medical care. The next day, she stopped in to check on Zvi and shared:
“I had shared bits with him in the past about God’s love and about Yeshua. He never said anything—just smiled. On this day, however, he had a lot to say: ‘So, I think God had you stop in to help me. I might have passed out and laid here alone. Thanks for staying with me. I am not sure what I believe but I would like you to pray for me because I know you do have some connection up there.’”
Please pray this will be the beginning of Zvi’s connection with God through Yeshua!
How can a vandalized car be a good thing? How can God use even this major inconvenience to achieve His purposes? Our missionary in Canada received God’s answers to these very questions when his car was broken into and damaged, forcing him to move to “Plan B” to minister to Jewish people there . . .
A Jewish friend, Tamar,* asked her son Yuri* to give him a ride to an appointment far away, as the car was unusable. While riding together, he answered Yuri’s many questions about eternity, sin, and the meaning of life.
Pray for Yuri to find salvation; he is not far!
Thank the Lord for the damage to the car—otherwise Yuri’s questions would not have been answered!