My first name is Ayelet which is Hebrew for the “Doe of the Dawn”. I am Jewish, was born and raised in Israel and like the majority of people in Israel, my family was not religious.
Since I was a kid I had a sense of what I used to call “the Inner voice”. I believed that was God’s attempts to communicate with me. I used this “inner guide” often in my life but many times I completely ignored it. It did not provide a way for me to communicate with God. Although I always believed in the existence of God, praying was something for the Jewish orthodox not for me. I never really prayed and never really knew how to communicate with God…
This conversation with a religious Jew started from his (KO) response to my testimony video: KO It greatly saddens me to see my fellow Jews fall for the trap of Christianity. Please consider something. why did so many of our people choose to die than accept Jesus/Yeshua? Ayelet It greatly saddens me to see my […]
Why Should Jews Believe in Yeshua (Jesus)? Who is Yeshua and why should we follow Him? Yeshua lived and was a great teacher (rabbi), but that was not all. He was more then just a great teacher – He was God in the flesh! By getting to know Yeshua, by learning about His life, His […]
Mike Shreve provides a unique insight into the essential question all spiritual seekers must ask – do all religions lead to God? Interwoven with his own compelling personal story and a comprehensive look at more than twenty world religions, he provides a cogent answer to this difficult question. A good resource for anyone who is […]
The Messiah was supposed to bring peace and since Jesus came there is war and suffering in the world… Our rabbis tell us that when Messiah comes, he will establish peace on earth. When the real Savior comes, he will even bring change to the physical world. A Savior who changes the physical world without […]
“I like the story of the blind people, each standing at a different part of an elephant, describing the elephant by the part of the elephant they touch. One describes the trunk, one the ear, one the leg. Each is a different and seemingly contradictory description of “elephant”, yet together the descriptions begin to approach […]
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