Daily Topic for April 14, 2017

Isaiah 49:6b, NIV
...It is too small a thing for you to be my servant to restore the tribes of Jacob and bring back those of Israel I have kept. I will also make you a light for the Gentiles, that my salvation may reach to the ends of the earth.

Pray that as the Jewish people celebrate the Passover, they will understand that they can be a light to the Gentiles and glorify the Name of Yahweh if they will only embrace their Messiah.

German Jews in Luxembourg

by PD

(This story explains the lifestyle of this people group.)
Joshua, a Messianic Jew living in Luxembourg, was encouraged as he read a letter from his friend, Avi, who was the European Director of Jews for Jesus based in Germany. The letter stated, “I think each one of us had a very strong sense that the timing of this Berlin campaign was especially significant. Think of the “mix” of circumstances: terrorist attacks breaking out across Europe; a growing resident Israeli population in Berlin that now exceeds 22,000; and the arrival in Berlin of some 90,000 refugees, many of them Syrian Muslims. What an uncanny opportunity for Jews for Jesus, and for our Christian Witness to Israel (CWI) partners to tell Israelis, Muslims, and Germans about Yeshua, the Prince of Peace!”
With an estimated population of 1,200 Jews (700 are German Jews), Luxembourg is one of the few European countries to have a larger Jewish population today than it had before WWII. Judaism is recognized and supported by the government as one of the major religions.

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Please pray for basic training for the new Jewish believers and for the growth of the Berlin work. Join us in praising Him for bringing the peace of God into people’s lives. Pray that the German Jews and other Jewish people in Luxembourg will be willing to hear and accept that Jesus died for them and wants to give them fullness of life.


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