God's love is everlasting

THE SON OF GOD

“Faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word about Messiah.”  (Romans 10:17)
This year our ministry workers have been diligently sharing the Messianic Prophecies with Jewish people, who are gaining faith.
And today we have learned that President-elect Trump is making David Friedman, an Orthodox Jewish Attorney, the US ambassador to Israel.

Friedman who fully supports every aspect of Biblical Jewish life is expected to work from Jerusalem and move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to this Holy, Eternal City.  
There is also talk here in Israel that David, the upcoming US ambassador to Israel, supports the rebuilding of the Temple, which Yeshua (Jesus) must walk into when He returns.
We are excited about how God is moving, and we are also gratefully amazed at how He is working in the hearts and lives of the Jewish People, preparing the way to hear the message we bring them.
Shira, a 22 year old young woman from a village near Beer Sheva (the place in which Jacob saw the ladder to Heaven) said to one of our staff:
“These prophecies about Messiah are amazing!  I come from a very religious Jewish family, and have lived all my life in the small village (moshav).  I have not been exposed to anything else except religious Judaism.  For me to learn about Yeshua and the Messianic prophecies is very important!  I want to know more about these things.”
Even the rabbis, Shimon and Barak, only knew about three of the Messianic prophecies, and Rabbi Barak surprisingly said:

“Yes, I guess it is possible that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah.”

We were very surprised when Rabbi Barak gave us his version of a possible end-time scenario when Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) fights against Messiah ben Yosef.  Our ministry workers described their reaction:

“Our eyes popped open because we personally have never heard a rabbi tell us that Jesus could be the Messiah.”

Both Rabbi Shimon and Rabbi Barak said: “For sure we are living in the last generation, before the Messiah comes.  This is the end of days.”

Rev Samuel F Sarpong
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