Q. As a Jew and believer in Christ Jesus as Lord and Savior … It is needless to say that I get many twisted looks from family and friends … If I had a dollar for all the “rolling of eyes” I get … However, my concern is that my family and loved ones won’t be saved since they deny Christ … I find it disheartening that I am looked on as a “sellout” or “crazy” …
I had a conversation with my father the other day and I asked him if he could have dinner with one person, whom would he choose. He said Moses because he has a lot of questions to ask a man who spoke with God. I said that is a good answer. He asked me who I would choose. I said Jesus. He asked me why, since Jesus came after Moses. I told him that Jesus came before Moses. The look on his face was of shock and disbelief. I don’t even think he understood where I was coming at first and when he did he just shook his head.
I pray that the cloud concealing The Truth is lifted from them but it has come to the point where I just rather not even speak about it anymore. I tell myself this is the devil trying to keep me from bringing salvation to family and friends but I don’t know what I can do.
What do you think?? It is so sad how the Chosen People are blind to their own Messiah. What a trick the devil has played on my people. Thank you and God bless you!!
A. More Jews have been saved through the study of Isaiah 52:13 – 53:12 than any other verses in the Bible. Have you ever tried that? It’s one of the four “Servant Songs of the Messiah” Here’s a link to my article on them.