Vol. 48 OCTOBER 1942 NO. 1
Grandma Belle’s Matzah Brie
The Chosen People | MARCH 2019 7
STREET EVANGELISM? MORE LIKE BEACH
In Florida, the holidays have passed and Boris and
Shulamit have returned to their regular ministry activities.
Usually the two winter months of January and February
are the best time to do “street evangelism,” or in Florida
they call it “beach evangelism.” Boris is spending a lot
of ministry time outdoors, usually standing with a small
book table next to the entrance to the beach, handing
out pamphlets and engaging people in conversations.
Boris says, “I know this may not be a missionary’s usual
way of reaching people, but I love it because this type
of evangelism bears so much fruit.” Boris does not want
to miss the opportunity to reach so many Jewish people
who come to South Florida in the wintertime. Recently,
Boris was blessed with a great conversation with an Israeli
man, Eitan*, who was very open to talk about God and to
his surprise, about Yeshua as the Jewish Messiah. At the
end of their conversation, Boris told him that, God willing,
he will visit Israel this coming May. Eitan got very excited
and invited Boris to visit him. Boris also gave Eitan the
address of a Messianic congregation near his home in
Bat Yam. Please pray for Eitan’s salvation and possible
involvement in that Messianic congregation.
REPORT FROM ROME—OVER 150 MESSIANIC
BELIEVERS GATHER IN ROME FOR THE FIRST TIME
IN 2,000 YEARS!
prayers for our recent young adults’ conference that we
are so many answers to prayer for this event. Chosen
People Ministries holds these conferences for Messianic
young adults every two years in a European city with
has been moving in their lives and communities, all with
the desire and hope to see Jewish people come into a
saving relationship with their Messiah. As Rachel was in
Rome, the thought crossed her mind that this gathering
may have very well have been the largest gathering of
Messianic believers in Rome for many centuries…even
to the time of Paul! Rachel and the group went to the
Colosseum and felt the prayers of the Christian martyrs
and the tears of the Jewish slaves who built it after they
were captured from Jerusalem. Next to the Colosseum,
which depicts Roman soldiers marching back with the
Jewish people with more fervor than ever before!
“I WILL LIFT UP MINE EYES”
After our various duties we assembled in the new
Auditorium at Hananeel. Away from the other buildings
and situated on a little hill, it was a lovely restful spot.
Mr. Daniel Fuchs led our morning devotions with songs
and a helpful message from Psalm 121, which we had
chosen for the children to learn during their camp visit.
It was a joy to hear these girls memorizing the beautiful
verses of this Psalm and repeating it many times
through the day. After devotions we separated, and the
counselors took their special group to some quiet nook
for the morning Bible lesson. We had decided to have
as our Bible lessons, stories illustrating the Names of
God. Many of the children only look upon God as their
Heavenly Father, but our aim was to show Him as our
Creator, Master, Judge, Captain, Healer, etc., with the
that the children were intensely interested in the Bible
lesson each day, asking questions which proved their
desire to know more of God. Questions from the very
smallest children were a surprise, for they showed much
spiritual insight, and without question they all knew the
way of Salvation perfectly — that Jesus the Messiah died
for their sins and their only hope was in believing this
with all their heart.
3 pieces of matzah 1 egg
1 tbsp butter Salt and pepper to taste
1. Break the three pieces of matzah into small pieces, and place them in a bowl.
Add about ¾ cup of water—just enough to dampen the matzah without
2. Drain any excess water and mix matzah with the egg.
3. Melt the butter in a pan, and add the mixture, frying it like a pancake until both
sides are brown and crispy. Season it to taste. It’s good with jelly or sugar!
Yields: 1 portion