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  1. Avatar Michele Paris on March 24, 2016 at 5:42 pm

    Shalom and Boker Tov,

    I am an American Jewish female. I was a weekend social drinker and drug user. I am going to be 55 years old this July 2016. The Rauch HaKodesh got hold of me in April of 2011. Sad to say to day it happened in the home of a united methodist. Who is also a menonite. I am listening to the 2nd teaching from Shula on Elohim Yisra’el and the church. You are very much correct. I am also a very deep believer in our Jewish Messiah.

    Shalom and blessings
    Michele Paris

    Tallahassee Fl.

    • Avatar Beth Shulam on June 20, 2016 at 4:38 pm

      Thank you for your testimony. May G-d bless your journey to know the Messiah more deeply.
      Beth Shulam

  2. Avatar Tevin on January 4, 2019 at 11:09 am


    I’m a believer in Yeshua HaMashiach in Kenya. But this was not so at first formerly I believed in Greek understanding of Jesus Christ observing Christmas, Easter and Sunday. But after being challenged by Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) in my course of searching the truth that, how can I say I have mastered the Bible and I have not understood the Bible in Hebrew understanding?

    That open the door to start learning Hebrew alphabets and bought a Tanakh and in reading just the first 4 chapters of Bereshit with the help of Ruach HaKodesh I learned the established church system in the world and in my country are tainted with paganism.

    In the New Testament some things were changed in regard of sabbath it says first day of the week, and in Galatians 3:10 and Romans 3:20 a word in Greek EK is left out.

    I believe Most High wants His remnant to wake up and return to Hebrew roots. In Kenya there is no Messianic Churches neither do churches observe God’s appointed times.

    Its my hope in the appointed time I will visit the assembly in Israel in order to learn more.

    Shalom Aleichem

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