Category archives: Newsletters

  • Jewish people love a good bowl of chicken soup, smoked meat and bagels. Jews also love Chinese food. When Christmas Eve comes, Jews need to have a place to eat and the Chinese restaurants are opened! It’s quite an enigma because Jews and Chinese people share so little in common politically, geog... [read more]
  • Sometimes when we go out door to door, people ask us why we do what we do, especially when it’s cold outside. But it’s not about us and what we do. So we point our answers to Yeshua because it’s all about what He did. It is Yeshua Who has the right of way, having privilege and eternal seniority, alw... [read more]
  • The Bible not only has a last word in it, which is “amen” but it has the last word over all things. As we went door to door we were again three members forming the team with one of our sisters in the car praying and providing us with physical shelter from the cold. It was a particularly windy... [read more]
  • In French, the word for scale is “balance”. Our responsibility as believers is to balance our Christian walk to such a degree that the scale tips in favor of righteousness. The glory of God is a weighty matter indeed (that is actually a root meaning for the word glory (Hebrew= Kavod = weighty or awe... [read more]
  • By Jacques Isaac Gabizon   In Montreal, there are about 100,000 Jews, and we are often confronted by this question: “Why should we go to the Jew first? Isn’t Romans 1:16 purely historical?” The underlying argument is that we are perhaps being too exclusive in our outreach and way too sy... [read more]
  • His Word is the truth and so we thank Him that we answered His call. Because of that, we do not need to guess whether our life is lost… it is found in His hands. He can call us out from anywhere.   December 19, 2017 outreach Montreal, Quebec   Again, it was a blessed evening as w... [read more]
  • Daniel the prophet prayed and gave thanks to God in front of his open windows three times a day, kneeling toward Jerusalem, his voice heard by those outside. (Dan. 6:10). We lift our voices in prayer before we knock on doors each week, petitioning the God of Israel to give a window of opportunity fo... [read more]
  • The Bible is not a math book, yet we continue daily to add up the blessings, multiplying that by God’s grace, dividing these blessings among the Body of believers and making every effort to subtract sin that limits our growth.  As big as God is, for the heaven of heavens cannot contain Him, He will ... [read more]
  • The intent at Babel was rebellion and pride so God’s judgment came in the form of confusion of languages and dispersion of people abroad. The accent was upon a separation that would lead to filling the earth with people. But now another accent unified three souls at a Jewish doorstep in Montreal. No... [read more]
  • “Neither a lender nor borrower be”. That sounds biblical but it isn’t… unless you love Shakespeare to the point of adulation. While that quote comes from Hamlet, our quest in Bible distribution goes beyond the hamlet of our comfort. We question many concerning their raison d’etre,their reason for be... [read more]
  • (A map of the world indicating the status of Israel’s foreign relations, as presented to the Knesset by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on July 25, 2016.  This map is a copy of which was made available to The Times of Israel, July 27. 2016.) You don’t need to understand Hebrew to read the writing... [read more]
  • Someone took the Bible set because they saw there were no “catches”. Indeed we are in the business of catching men for the Messiah, offering those who taste the first morsel a long life of always being satisfied with everything He will feed us. How easily we catch colds from others. May the seed of ... [read more]