|Praise the Lord for what He did during our High Holy Day meetings last month. On Rosh Hashanah (Sept. 17th) we had over 60 people in attendance for my message, and much seed was planted.
Then on Yom Kippur (Sept. 25th) we had about 50 people in attendance for a heart stirring message by Bill Mackie on the need for true atonement. At the close of Bill's message I gave an invitation and God really moved on hearts that evening.
We saw 5 women (3 Jewish) respond to a saving knowledge of Jesus and 2 Russian believers get right with the Lord and back into fellowship.
Praise the Lord! We gave them all Bibles and one of the women agreed to have a Bible study with our missionary Marion Eisen.
|In October the Jewish people will celebrate "The Feast of Tabernacles" and "Simchat Torah" (Rejoicing over the Law). |
Please pray that God will once again open the hearts of our unsaved Jewish friends during these two festivals, and during all our Friday night meetings this month. Our hope is that we will rejoice over the word of the Lord, Jesus, who Himself will tabernacle with the new saints that come to believe in Him.
Yours for the message of Israel's Messiah,
Thomas Huckel, Director
Special Needs, Prayer
ESL Classes Resume in October
Please pray for our new semester of ESL (English as a Second Language) classes that begin this month. These free English classes always seem to draw in new Russian-Jewish students, who we invite to stay for our Friday night outreach services.
Hananeel Ministries is one of the oldest Jewish missions in the United States, celebrating its 101st anniversary in 2012. Originally established as "The Evangelization Society of Philadelphia" (a name it still carries) it has become more frequently known as "Hananeel" during the last 40 years. Hananeel Ministries has directed the greater part of its work to the greater Philadelphia region, which has one of the largest Jewish populations in the world.
Visit us at: www.Hananeel.com