Jews for Jesus Yeshua Messiah Part 1

Jews for Jesus Yeshua Messiah Part 1
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5. Jewish Rabbis Find Their Messiah Yeshua Jesus

The Messiah - Prophecy Fulfilled

This Is An AWESOME Movie That Shows The Foreshdowing From The Old Testament Of Jesus Christ Which Was Revealed In In The New, Rabbi Juda In This Movie At The Time Was One Of 500 Witnesses That Witnessed The Resurrection Of Christ Jesus, And This Movie Shows The Passover As A Prophecy Fulfilled Through Jesus Christ.

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Revelation 3:14-21 (Link: NIV;NLT;KJV)
. . . These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation. 15 I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! 16 So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.

Paul Wilbur Jerusalem Arise
Jewish lilt begins at 4:00
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Who is Paul Wilbur?

The world’s opera stages were the ambition of a determined young man named Paul Wilbur. A passion for the arts, music, and teaching took him from under graduate school in Cleveland, Ohio across the Atlantic to study in Milan, Italy. There he was instructed in vocal technique, Italian, and opera by some of Europe’s most skilled mentors.

“By the time I had returned from Italy the direction of my life had been pretty well set in stone,” Paul says. “The life of Richard Tucker had become a pattern to success that I wished to emulate. Here was a Jewish man, who was one of the world’s most revered operatic icons, and who also honored his religious tradition by singing under the domed roofs of the world’s synagogues.”

“It was like I wore a t-shirt that said, ‘Please, somebody take me to church.’” Well, it was during one of those “church dates” that Paul encountered a young man from West Texas whose ministry and eventually, friendship would change his life forever.

“I was completely taken by his love and passion for God. From the very first time I saw him ‘perform’ I understood that he was not singing about God, rather he was singing to Him. It was as if he actually knew the God I sang about at Temple but never knew personally.”

Being raised in the home of a Jewish father and a Baptist mother, he grew up attending a variety of churches. While in college he joined The Temple in downtown Cleveland, singing in the sanctuary choir. But now, he was being impacted for the very first time by the manifest presence of God.

This experience, along with powerful teaching from the Scriptures, continued to draw Paul week by week. He joined a Bible Study in his graduate dorm and became hungry for anything that could teach him about the God of the Bible.

One Sunday the church announced that anyone who would like a free meal would be paired with a church family. Paul signed up, but then had second thoughts.

“I was picturing this grandma and grandpa, and my payment for eating their dinner was going to be hours of conversation sitting in a room with quilts over our laps looking at pictures of their grandchildren,” he remembered laughingly.

But try as he might, Paul could not get out of the commitment. When he arrived at the house he was completely overcome to see the young man whose music had touched him so deeply several months earlier. It was just a few weeks later on a fishing trip to Tennessee that Jerry introduced Paul to his Messiah. The day was March 26, 1977.

Together with Paul’s friend, Ed Kerr they formed the popular contemporary Christian group, HARVEST. They traveled and ministered together for more than four years, recording several albums with the Benson Record Company.

“What an incredible time this was for my life,” Paul says. “But the call to bring the Gospel back to the Jewish community grew stronger and stronger in my heart.” After nearly five years Paul yielded to this call and moved his small family to the Washington DC area and a fledgling Messianic congregation called Beth Messiah.

“For two years I worked odd jobs and found part-time work to pay the bills until the Lord brought together three Jewish men and called them ISRAEL’S HOPE. We traveled and ministered together for more than eight years recording several albums on the Maranatha! record label.”

After ten years at Beth Messiah, Paul took a pastoral position with his friend Robb Thompson in the south suburbs of Chicago. For five more years Paul served as worship pastor, single adult pastor, and anything else that needed to be done in a thriving 3,500 member church.

Today Paul’s ministry is as worldwide as his music. “God’s grace is truly amazing,” Paul says, “as we have ministered in more than 80 nations, recorded in 4 languages, and have traveled millions of miles to share the love and power of God.

One of the aspects of this ministry that may not be apparent at first glance is Paul’s commitment to the marriage of music, ministry, and acts of mercy. “As we travel to third world nations we seek to bring a larger expression of the kingdom of God in a practical way. Dr. Paul Williams staffs free medical clinics to minister to the needs of the poor; Paul Cuny brings Market Place Ministry to the business community; Messiah Dance Company shares the beauty of movement in worship, Feeding the Nations provides much needed food and nourishment, while praise and worship stirs the hearts to follow Yeshua.”

Paul sees his calling both to the Church, and to the Jewish community, and to build bridges of trust and reconciliation between them. His latest recording for Integrity, DESERT RAIN was recorded live in the desert of Ein Gedi, Israel with some 5,000 worshipers from nearly 100 nations on the first night of the Feast of Tabernacles.

Son Of God - Michael W Smith
Matthew 1: 18-25 (New Testament)
Joseph Accepts Jesus as His Son

18 This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about: His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found to be pregnant through the Holy Spirit. 19 Because Joseph her husband was faithful to the law, and yet did not want to expose her to public disgrace, he had in mind to divorce her quietly.

20 But after he had considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, “Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. 21 She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, [Or Jesus Christ/Messiah] because he will save his people from their sins.”

22 All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: 23 “The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel[Isaiah 7:14 (Old Testament] (which means “God with us”).

24 When Joseph woke up, he did what the angel of the Lord had commanded him and took Mary home as his wife. 25 But he did not consummate their marriage until she gave birth to a son. And he gave him the name Jesus.

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Israel Forever Chosen

Link here They Thought for Themselves for many testimonies

The people you will meet here come from widely divergent backgrounds including a holocaust survivor, a media executive, a concert pianist and a Ph. D. They range in upbringing from atheist to Orthodox. What is the common denominator among them? They all thought for themselves and dared to confront the forbidden. What they have found may be the culmination of all you've been searching for. Watch or read now.

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The Jewish Messiah - Yeshua HaMashiach
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The Jewish Messiah, Yehoshua HaMashiach. One day He will return and establish peace and righteousness on earth. He will come to deliver Israel from her enemies when they will say, "Baruch Haba B'Shem Adonai" Matthew 23: 39.

Yes, this prophecy (Romans 11: 25-26) will come to pass, for Adonai will open their eyes in His appointed time and they will cry to YHWH in repentance and to His Christ. They will recognize the One they crucified AS THE MESSIAH, WHO WAS and is AND IS TO COME.

Read Zechariah 12: 10 - I will pour on the house of David, and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplication; and THEY WILL LOOK TO ME WHOM THEY HAVE PIERCED; and they shall mourn for him, as one mourns for his only son, and will grieve bitterly for him, as one grieves for his firstborn.

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Journeys of Faith: Crystal Buchhalter

Crystal Buchhalter was born in Lansing, Michigan, and was raised in a Jewish home by her mother. She was singing before she could talk, so it is no wonder that when Crystal began Hebrew school at nine years of age, she joined the children's choir. The cantor (the individual who sings all the prayers and liturgy for synagogue services) began to train her personally. As his apprentice, Crystal learned much about music and particularly about Jewish liturgy. At age thirteen she went to Interlochen Arts Camp, and continued to do so for five consecutive summers.

Crystal's father (who is not Jewish) and brother became born again believers in Jesus around the time of Crystal's bat mitzvah. Even her Jewish mother began going to church . . . and Crystal learned that her mom had started believing in Jesus years earlier, through the witness of one of Crystal's babysitters. Crystal had always felt a sense of God's reality through the Bible stories she'd read, and when her aunt and uncle (on her father's side) invited her to a Christian concert, she attended and responded to the altar call. A year later she was baptized and became active in her church, while at the same time working in the synagogue as a cantorial soloist. Eventually, the synagogue felt they had to let her go, because some felt that Crystal's religious convictions disqualified her as a synagogue employee.

Crystal graduated from Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan with a bachelor's in classical voice performance. She and Shaun met, as mentioned, through a Jews for Jesus evangelistic campaign and were married in June of 2005. In addition to her vocal performance, Crystal served as the music director for the Liberated Wailing Wall in 2009-2010.

Hassidic Jew for Jesus
Yoel Ben David

Yoel Ben David has believed in Jesus since July, 2001. Yoel was born in Rehovot (about a 40-minute drive south of Tel Aviv) in Israel. He lived in the Caribbean for one year, England for 12 years and Paris, France for three years before returning to Israel at the end of 1998. His mother is Jewish and is from Morocco; his father, who is not Jewish, hails from Scotland. Yoel speaks, reads and writes English, French and Hebrew fluently. Before becoming a believer in Jesus, Yoel and his wife-to-be Adel spent time as part of the Hassidic Breslov movement. Now married, the Ben Davids have three children.

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