Today's program features the fabulous music of Corry Bell & Lev Shelo, Misha Goetz, Avner & Rachel Boskey and Barry & Batya Segal, and of course "Gimme Bagels" by The Schleps! You'll love my interview with Ron Cantor. Ron is a Jewish believer who lives and ministers in Israel. He is part of the leadership eam at Tiferet Yeshua Messianic Congregation in Tel Aviv, Israel. He also directs a ministry based in Tel Aviv called Messiah's Mandate.
Messiah's Mandate is a ministry whose goal is to raise up young
Israeli Messianic Jews into leadership. They also strive to open the
eyes of believers around the world to the Jewish roots of the New
Indentity Theft is the story of a Jewish man's desire for truth. An
angel visits him and shows him how Jesus the Messiah has been a victim
of identity theft. The protagonist wonders, "Is There a God?" Then,
suddenly seized by the weight of not knowing for sure if there is a
God–– and if there is, having no idea what He expects from him. David, a
Jewish writer, begins a desperate search to find the truth. After
looking into several religions and philosophies, he finds himself
intrigued by the message of Yeshua (Jesus); yet, he is plagued by guilt.
How can a Jewish person believe in Jesus after so many horrific acts
have been done to Jews in His name? Just as he realizes that he could
never reconcile his Jewishness and Jesus, an angel, Ariel, comes to take
him on a Scrooge-like journey through time, where he witnesses major
historic events. He is outraged as unsuspecting Jews are persecuted
without mercy, even killed, by so-called Christians. He feels the
torment of being cursed as a "Christ Killer" by Nazi guards and the
terror of being pursued by murderous Crusaders. When it seems that he
has every reason not to believe, he finds himself in ancient Jerusalem,
where he meets some of the very first Jewish followers of Yeshua and
discovers the Messiah Himself, has been the greatest victim yet of ...
For more information on Ron Cantor and Messiah's Mandate, please visit www.messiahsmandate.org.
Next week: Part 2. Stay tuned!