Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD rises upon you.
It’s a known fact that God’s light shines the brightest for people when it is most dark for them. Which is why seeing the horrific developments of the raging war in Ukraine, helping rescue refugees throughout the entire 2022, giving them the opportunity to experience peace after witnessing so much destruction, it is imperative that as believers we bring Yeshua’s Good News to those who need it most right now.
People that have lost everything, that have left everything they had and everything they knew behind, are struggling to find glimmers of hope.
As believers in Jesus, we are carriers of His light and hope. The message He entrusted us with has the power to save, restore and rebuild. All He wants us to do is go and share it with people.
What better way to start the new year than carrying the message of Yeshua’s saving grace to those who need it most?
In the upcoming days, we will be organizing a gospel outreach event for the hundreds of people that have recently managed to make their way to Israel, and are currently being cared for by Beit Hallel through our various different outreach projects.
Evangelism, sharing the gospel, reaching the lost – it is such an important part of our vision at Beit Hallel Congregation, as well as part of our identity as Yeshua’s disciples.
These evangelism events are an incredibly powerful tool in reaching Jewish people with the gospel and the love of God in critical times as these.
We’ve invested a lot in this event, just to be able to give people the opportunity to hear the gospel, to encounter God in their darkest hour! But we still need your help. You can be a part of spiritual “rescue” these people also need right now!
This is such a crucial time, and we want to encourage the body of Christ to be vigilant and recognize the times we’re living in. Investing in salvation in Israel means keeping our lamps well oiled for the imminent return of Jesus our Lord.
Beit Hallel is a Messianic Jewish congregation in Ashdod, led by pastor Israel Pochtar, serving holocaust survivors and the poor and needy locally and throughout the nation of Israel, while building up the body of Messiah in the promised land of Israel.