Saturday, February 2, 2008

Excerpts from Ayts Chayim

Jesus and Jewishness

Over the past 2,000 years, a majority of Jews and Gentiles have accepted the misconception that Jesus and Jewishness have nothing in common. Nothing could be further from the truth!

According to the New Testament, which was written by Jews, Jesus was born in the Land of Israel to Jewish parents. He was a descendant of the royal family of King David. He was given the Hebrew name "Yeshua" which means salvation. As Israel's Messiah, Yeshua would save his people from their sins.

Yeshua is the most famous Rabbi of all time. He traveled throughout Israel, teaching the Jewish people and bringing mankind closer to God.

Yeshua demonstrated that he was the Messiah by displaying miraculous power. He fed thousands of people with a few loaves of bread, healed the hopelessly sick and disabled, and brought the dead back to life!

Ira Brawer
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