Patrick couldn’t do anything without alcohol or drugs. He ended up in prison regularly and was on the streets in Tel Aviv for seven years. In a Messianic rehabilitation centre he discovered that Yeshua is his Jewish Messiah. God found him and changed his heart.
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On April 16th 1816 Simon and Zipporah Bloch became the proud parents of a son, Julius Paul. The orthodox Jewish couple had a reason to be so proud of their son, even before his Bar Mitzvah (13-years old) he had gained a thorough knowledge of the Talmud. Pelting missionaries When he was fourteen, he became […]
John Moses Levi was born as the son of a Prussian couple. Soon after his birth his father died and his mother, now a young widow, was supported in his upbringing by her father, rabbi Benjamin Eppstein. When he was nine years old, he left with his grandpa for Jerusalem. The old rabbi adopted him […]
To the sorrow of father and mother Brühl, their son John never became a rabbi. John chose to be a schoolmaster. Eventually his enormous knowledge of languages, his love for history and his talent in mathematics were very helpful when he became a missionary. Exceptionally intelligent Very early on, his orthodox Jewish parents noticed that […]
Solomon Deutsch was born in Hungary. In the orthodox Jewish environment in which he grew up, it was obvious that he would give all his attention to studying the Talmud. He married very young, as was the custom in that time and he moved in with his father-in-law. Board and lodging were taken care of […]
A wrapping paper can change your life totally. That is what Ridley Hayim Herschell experienced personally. Confirmation to the world He was born in 1807 in Poznan (Poland) and had a strictly orthodox Jewish upbringing. When he was only fourteen years old, he studied to become a rabbi. He studied the Scriptures very seriously and […]
Leopold Cohn was a promising young rabbi, who was willing to give up everything for the sake of the truth. He was a great scholar and preacher, a faithful shepherd and a zealous missionary. A promising young rabbi In 1869, Leopold was orphaned at the young age of seven and had to learn to take […]
As a young boy of nine years old, he faithfully said his daily prayers, which he always finished off with the words, “I wait for Thy salvation, O Lord!” Worldly education By the so-called ‘middle class equalisation’ in 1796, the Jews in Holland received equal rights. The social status of many Jews improved considerably with […]
At twenty-eight years old, he knew that only Jesus Christ could justify him. Strictly following the law On May 25, 1870 Karl Kunert was born in Krotoszyn, Poland as the son of a Prussian furrier. He was brought up in an orthodox family, strictly following the Jewish laws and was found regularly in the synagogue […]