Zev Porat

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Another Jew in Israel comes face-to-face with the Kaduri revelation

By Zev Porat
Isaiah 9:2 -
The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death a light has dawned.
The coming of the Messiah was associated with renewal and redemption. Though this was to be understood primarily in spiritual terms, it would also be manifested in the physical world. Yeshua began His ministry with the announcement that the long-awaited Messianic Age had dawned. Reading from the scroll of Isaiah, He announced that this prophecy was now being fulfilled: "The Spirit of the Lord is on Me, because He has anointed Me to preach the good news to the poor. He has sent Me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor" (Luke 4:18). From that time on, He went about performing miracles attesting to His messianic calling - restoring sight to the blind, opening the ears of the deaf, casting out demons and healing the lame. But these miraculous healings showed the pitiful spiritual condition and blindness of humanity as a whole, and our need for spiritual healing. The mission of the Messiah was to bring healing and restoration for all people who were stumbling in darkness, blinded by the god of this age and held captive by sin.
Many times when we share the Good News, people think it sounds Christian. The fact is it's in the Hebrew Tanach (Old Testament) and is one of the most Jewish messages ever. Isaiah 61:1 is the Good News of Yeshua the Messiah.
All people are looking for something in life. Many are without hope and do not understand that without the Good News of Yeshua the Messiah, there can be no true and lasting hope.
We, at Messiah of Israel Ministries, were led by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the Good News to the people of Israel whoever are old and young, sick and crippled, and some appeared sad. After praying, we were guided to share Isaiah 61:1.
There were opportunities to share the wonderful Good News with all kinds of people and pray for them. The light of Yeshua was hovering over the dark place.
One man named Moti overheard Zev sharing God's love with a Bible and the book, The Rabbi Who Found Messiah. He approached and said: "Let me read the note. I know Kaduri's hand writing." Zev then read the book with Moti. After reading the note Rabbi Kaduri left that Yeshua is the Messiah, he was in shock. Moti said: "I can't believe it..."
Zev knew it was time to go to the Written Word God. After reading many Bible verses, Zev shared God's love to Moti. Moti said: "Don't you read the newspapers? Don't you see the world is going crazy? What are you talking about? There is no hope anymore." Zev asked if they could sit down to talk. Moti told Zev that he usually never opens his heart to anyone, but he felt there was a special reason to share with Zev. They spent many hours in the Word. Moti said his life is a wreck and the world is also a wreck. Zev told Moti: "God loves you so much and He does not want you to be miserable. Our God wants you to be happy. Yes, there will always be troubles in this world, but through the wonderful love of God we can overcome."
Moti shared his experiences in the past few years. He has lost his wife who died of cancer and is lonely. He has three sons who are always busy, and Moti sees them only few times a year. Moti poured out his heart with tears flowing down his face: "I am all alone and you want to tell me there is hope. Where, when and how? Zev told Moti how sorry he was for his loss, and how God sending Zev to Holon that day, and Moti calling Zev over to talk, is not a coincidence. It's the hand of God.
It was clear Moti was a very lonely man who so desperately needed our Lord Yeshua. After hearing about the love of God, Moti asked where in the Bible its says we have hope. Glory to Yeshua! Moti was hungry for the true WORD. Zev told him there is hope and wonderful Good News in the Tanach (Old Testament). Zev then opened the Word to Isaiah 61:1 -
"The Spirit of the Lord God is upon Me,
Because the Lord has anointed Me
To bring good news to the afflicted;
He has sent Me to bind up the brokenhearted,
To proclaim liberty to captives,
And freedom to prisoners."
After many hours of Bible studying, Zev shared the full Gospel of Yeshua with Moti. Praise Yeshua. Moti said he felt different now, and he was so happy God sent Zev to him today. "Will we be able to meet again?" asked Moti.
Once again the book, The Rabbi Who Found Messiah, opened the Word of God to Moti who is hungry for the truth. Please pray Moti will come to know the King of kings, Lord of Lords, Yeshua the Messiah. Amen.

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