Messianic Jews in Arad, Israel pray for those against them

Great article here:-

http://www.israeltoday.co.il/NewsItem/tabid/178/nid/32319/Default.aspx?utm_content=buffer62130&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=latestnews 

Arad is a small town in the Negev desert.

 

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How Yad L’Achim sometimes dupes Jews into their religious cult

This sad story is one of Yad L’Achim’s success stories.

http://beismoshiachmagazine.org/articles/saved-from-the-clutches-of-the-mission.html

This young man received one of Yad L’Achim’s free magazines which are sent unsolicited out to families of Messianic Jews in Israel and he decided to follow up with meeting Rabbi Daniel Asor who has convinced other people to deny faith in Jesus/Yeshua.

What can we learn about this?  This young man took the path of not follow biblical Judaism, but going to the 770 house in New York to pursue Chabad Lubavitch and to consider their incorrectly assumed Messiah Menachem Mendel Schneerson.

“…Throughout my visit I thought of my previous visit to New York when I had come to talk about J. This time, I wore a suit and hat and was in the home of the Nasi Ha’dor, Moshiach Hashem.”

I’m less familiar with the Hebrew words נשי הדור nasi ha-dor, it appears to means “leader of the generation.”    – In other words, pushing people to worship Schneerson. (Oish)   Chabad is a bogus cult should not be part of Judaism.

1 Timothy 4:1 The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons.
2 Timothy 4:3 For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear.

 

Messianic believers in Arad targeted by mob

aradIsraeli Messianic Jews being targeted by mob organised by Yad L’Achim and Lehava in Arad, a southern Israel town in the Negev desert.

https://kehilanews.com/2017/05/10/protests-continue-in-dimona-against-christian-missionaries/ 

Kehila News is a online English and Hebrew magazine for the body of believers in Yeshua in Israel.   The first story they wrote got the attention of main stream Israeli television.

They ask for prayers for community of believers there, and for those opposing them to turn away from hate and to know their Lord and Messiah.

Rabbi Tovia Singer antimissionary mission, to mission to Christians

Rabbi Tovia Singer is the Daddy of antimissionaries.   Hes written books and cassette tapes on helping Jewish people who have accepted Jesus to go back to traditional Judaism.

Generally Judaism has always been thought to not proselytize, ie: motivated to get new people join.    This can happen but considered not common.

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Tovia wants you to realise what a horrible thing it is for someone to witness to a Jew and that this never happens the other way round.   Right?!?!   As far our research goes, Tovia is not part of Chabad Lubavitch or worship of Rabbi Schneerson.

It did in early Christianity.  Judaism gained new converts from another background also, here in the book of Acts we have a wonderful moment, where there was agreement between all different types of believers in Jesus.

Acts 2 : 5 Now there were staying in Jerusalem God-fearing Jews from every nation under heaven. 6 When they heard this sound, a crowd came together in bewilderment, because each one heard their own language being spoken. 7 Utterly amazed, they asked: “Aren’t all these who are speaking Galileans? 8 Then how is it that each of us hears them in our native language? 9 Parthians, Medes and Elamites; residents of Mesopotamia, Judea and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia,[b] 10 Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of Libya near Cyrene; visitors from Rome 11 (both Jews and converts to Judaism); Cretans and Arabs—we hear them declaring the wonders of God in our own tongues!” 12 Amazed and perplexed, they asked one another, “What does this mean?”

So what’s the difference between Jewish antimissionaries, counter missionaries and erm, missionaries?   Not a lot.

tovia singer missionary to asia

These days R.Singer is out in Indonesia, at a bible college.  It seems this bible college had a massive lapse in discernment and hired this guy.   Indonesia doesn’t have native Jewish population.

That’s right folks.   The legendary Rabbi Tovia Singer is preaching Judaism to Christians.

Tovia also helps out with a Jewish/Christian tours of Israel.   This I documented on another blog here.   When going on tours to Israel, I have noticed there can be two different types of deception; 1) tours run by nasty people like serial antisemite vicar Rev Dr Stephen Sizer who wants to bring Christians in to hear a Palestinian narrative and trash Israel’s biblical sovereignty, or, 2) tours run by ex-Messianic Jew radio speaker/blogger Jono Vandor who is a massive fan of Tovia and re-blogs everything he does, and brings him on tour and want you to drop your faith in Jesus.

Folks, do get a chance to see Israel once in a lifetime, I recommend going with professional groups run by well known Christians groups or native Israeli Messianic believers.

Rabbi Tovia Singer also works for Arutz Sheva (Channel 7 and Israel radio station) and Outreachjudaism.   He once debated Messianic scholar Dr Michael Brown in 1992 (2.5 hours on Youtube) but refuses to debate now.

Please join me in praying for Tovia’s salvation, for him to repent and find Yeshua, and to block the work he is doing in hindering and reversing the gospel.

Chabad’s missionary agenda – 2. Making 770 houses worldwide

Replicas of the 770 house in New York can now be seen all over the world.   770 is considered a holy number which Chabad followers have as car licence plates, custom cell phone numbers and other things.  Our 6+ years of research in to Ultra Orthodox Jewish groups who appear to want to ‘rescue’ Jews who have become believers in Jesus back into traditional Judaism actually have an agenda to make Jews followers of a false Messiah Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.   This man was an ordinary Rabbi who bought this house and used it to teach, and people became overly zealous after his death in 1994 considering him a Messiah figure.

The original house was bought in 1950.  Its in 770 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, New York 11213, USA.  It wasn’t designed as an original synagogue or Jewish teaching place, it was a medical center.

Los Angeles.

Tacoma, Washington

Even Milan, Italy?

?מה זה In Israel?

Oish.  Ramat Shlomo in Jerusalem as well.  There’s another one was built in Israel in 2015 I don’t have a picture for.

The worshiping of R.Schneerson and the “770 house” is pure idolatry.   The teachings of the Chabad Lubavitch movement contains NOTHING from the Hebrew bible.

Please pray that the Jewish people will find their true Messiah, the Jewish Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah of the world.

< Chabad’s missionary agenda – part 1 Beis Moshiach magazine

Chabad’s missionary agenda – 1. Beis Moshiach magazine

Yad L’Achim and Jews for Judaism are two orthodox antimissionary organizations who are trying to silence the gospel message of Jesus/Yeshua to Jewish people in Israel and beyond.   Because these groups have strong ties to the Chabad Lubavitch movement, I thought it would be prudent to look at Chabad’s proselytising efforts and compare them HELLOMOTOto the claims made by anti-missionaries.

Beis Moshiach is a weekly publication for a Jewish orthodox audience on teachings of R.Schneerson as being the Messiah, hence the magazine’s anglicised Hebrew name “House of Messiah”

Many of Chabad’s members are quick to mention that only a small minority of Chabad followers consider Rabbi Menachem Schneerson to be the Messiah.

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However, the magazine’s publishing office is actually in the same Brooklyn New York street as the 770 house which R.Schneerson lived and taught and serves today as the worldwide headquarters for the Chabad movement, actually only a few doors away!!

The magazine was formed 1994 (actually this is the year that R.Schneerson passed away) they have 35 staff and $3.3m of revenue.   The magazine is normally published in English, but also in Hebrew.   The picture I took above was from a secular Russian/Israeli store in a popular main street in Jerusalem.  The magazine is owned by Beis Moshiach, Inc and has 40,000 readers.

> Chabad’s missionary agenda – 2. Making 770 houses worldwide