Zev Porat

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Jerusalem Outreach: Orthodox Jew Seeks the Eternal Blessing

Messiah Of Israel Ministries

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: May they prosper who love you. (Psalm 122:6)

The Righteous Shall Live by His Faith

Habakkuk 2:2-4 -
Then the Lord answered me and said, "Record the vision and inscribe it on tablets, that the one who reads it may run. For the vision is yet for the appointed time; it hastens toward the goal, and it will not fail. Though it tarries, wait for it; for it will certainly come, it will not delay. Behold, as for the proud one, his soul is not right within him; but the righteous will live by his faith."

That is how we live - by faith. The passage is clear. God is saying to all His righteous people: I am trustworthy. What I said, I will do. When everything seems unjust, trust His justice still. Put your faith in Him and don't waver. That's how God's righteous ones live.

As believers in Yeshua, we know that God is in full control. Almost all Jews believe that a rabbi's blessing can fix the problems in their lives. This applies not just to the Orthodox but also to the secular. We pray that the people of Israel will turn to Yeshua instead of man. Amen.

In this outreach report, you will see how Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri's revelation that Yeshua is the Messiah brings people to the Written Word of God and understanding that only God is in full control.

Jerusalem Outreach: Orthodox Jew Seeks the Eternal Blessing

Messiah of Israel Ministries starts 2015 in Jerusalem sharing Habakkuk 2:2-4. The Holy Spirit led Zev to tell the people to wake up and turn to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob before it's too late.

Yosef: "I came to Jerusalem for a blessing from a Rabbi."
As the team was praying, Zev began sharing the love of Yeshua with many. In the beautiful Old City, an Orthodox Jew named Yosef asked Zev why he was talking to everyone with a Bible? Zev answered: "I'm here to share God's love. Why are you here?" Yosef said he was there to receive a blessing from a well-known and highly respected rabbi.  Zev with love and compassion asked: "Do you put your trust in God or Man?" Yosef seemed puzzled by the question but answered: "God." Zev responded: "Then, why do you come to seek a man?" Yosef was at a loss for words. Zev then opened the Bible to Habakkuk 2:2-4. 

After reading, Zev said: "This is the God who we trust. Our blessings and revelations are only from Him." Yosef replied: "Yes. But we need to see what the rabbis say." Zev knew Yosef was lost, trapped in religious rituals and traditions.

Hosea 4:6 - My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.

Zev: "You say we need to see what the rabbis say?" Yosef: "Yes, always." Zev: "Who was the greatest Rabbi?" Yosef: "Rabbi Kaduri." "Are you sure?" asked Zev. Yosef: "When Kaduri was alive, I went to him for his teaching and blessing."

Zev reading Habakkuk 2:2-4 with Yosef. The Righteous Shall Live by His Faith.
Zev then took out the book,The Rabbi Who Found Messiah, by Carl Gallups. When Yosef saw the picture of Rabbi Kaduri on the cover, he became very interested and excited. He asked: "What is the book about? Is it for blessing?" Zev told him that in the book Rabbi Kaduri reveals the greatest blessing ever given to man. Eternal blessing. Yosef was getting more and more excited and said: "I want to read what's in the book and I want to have eternal blessing." Zev: "We read in the Word of God that we trust only in God." Yosef agreed. Zev explained that Kaduri received revelation from God through God's Holy Spirit, not through any man.

Yosef reading the book The Rabbi Who Found Messiah.
He is shocked Yeshua is the Messiah.

Then Zev and Yosef read together many pages in the book. Finally, when Yosef read Kaduri's note revealing the name of the Messiah is Yeshua, he was in TOTAL SHOCK. He said: "How could it be?" Zev answered: "God used the greatest rabbi in our time to reveal the true Messiah. We are all sinful and in desperate need of a Savior. Yeshua is the true Messiah who gave His life for our sins, rose after three days and by His blood, if we believe and trust in Him, we have redemption and forgiveness for our sins. As it shows in Habakkuk 2, by trusting in God, we will have eternal life. What a blessing it is." 

The Holy Spirit was in full control. Yosef: "If it is true, why I have never heard about this?" Zev: "The Media and Rabbinic establishment have tried and still try to eliminate this information. Nothing has changed in two thousand years. No one can stop the true Word of God. I am sharing this with you and everyone." Yosef was lost for words. He could not deny Kaduri's note in Hebrew. Nor he could deny the Word of God. Then he asked Zev for a copy of the book. Zev gave him a book and DVD movie based on the book with Hebrew subtitles, with contact information.

We pray that Yosef will receive the revelation that Yeshua is the Messiah. One thing is for sure, he will never be the same again. 

Zev continued to share the book, The Rabbi Who Found Messiah, about Rabbi Kaduri's message that Yeshua is the Messiah. This book leads Jewish people to the Written Word of God to see the Messiah revealed. There is no revival without the Word of God.

We proclaim that 2015 will be a great harvest year of salvation. The Kaduri revival is God's supernatural plan and unstoppable.

We will not stop until "All Israel shall be save" (Romans 11:26).
The love of Yeshua to Moti
After reading the book The Rabbi Who Found Messiah
Solomen (left) David (right) asking Zev why did the media
shut this down?
Shelomo reading Habakkuk 2:2-4

Shelomo fascinated by Kaduri's note.
Solomen (left) David (right) amazed that Yeshua is
the Jewish Messiah.

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