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Bless the Jewish People

The bible clearly says that those who bless the Jewish people will be blessed in return.  Many people today talk about "blessing Israel," but, let's face it, talk is cheap.  Talking, teaching, and learning about Jewish culture is great for you, but does it help Israel?  Not really. 

The best way you can bless the Jewish people is to become actively involved in a messianic synagogue.  Whether you are Jewish or non-Jewish, not only will you learn the Jewish roots of faith in Messiah Yeshua, but moreover, Messianic synagogues share the love of God with Jewish people in a way that speaks kindly and gently the truth of the word of God.  TNJ is a spiritual home where Jewish people can gather to learn the truth of God's word and worship in the Messiah.   And where non-Jews can connect with Israel is a way that is real and down to earth. 

Rabbi Stepakoff has written a book called "Arubot Hashamayim" (the Floodgates of Heaven_ which explains how you can be a blessing to Israel through a messianic synagogue, such as Temple New Jerusalem.  Just click here: 

Arubot HaShamayim

We encourage you to get a copy of this book.   If you have a heart to bless the Jewish people, we also have some information for you to take on our literature table, when you come to our Shabbat Services. 
 
It is important to understand that Jewish people have been persecuted for centuries.  Much of the worst persecution was officially sponsored by or carried out by the church in Europe.  Many christians worldwide are still anti-semitic, and Jewish people know this.  This history is a major cause of offense, and there are wounds that still need to be healed. 

Messianic Judaism is a Biblically-based movement of Jewish people who have come to believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as the promised Messiah, as well as non-Jewish people who see their place with Israel.  Our synagogues identify with the Jewish community.  We are the only spiritual movement within the Jewish community that recognizes Yeshua as the Messiah.  This has not existed since the days of the Apostles and first followers of Yeshua, from Israel, who of course, were all Jews.


















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