Thursday, August 13, 2009

TBN Christian missionary television to target Russian immigrants:

Posted by Jewish Israel

Arutz 7 and Yad L'achim are reporting that the Trinity Broadcasting Network’s (TBN)- Russian affiliate “Rodnoy” is planning to launch Russian-language Christian programming in Israel.

Knesset members, the Jerusalem municipality, and private sector leaders in Israel have a grand celebration planned for this tragedy.

Jewish Israel has posted a letter from the President of TBN- Russia. He writes how, “The time has come…for Jews and gentiles alike, to grow together into one creation through Christ” and that “Its pleasing to consider the fact that the Israelis are waiting for us impatiently.”

Read it and weep. And after you wipe your tears, read Jewish Israel’s full report. and watch TBN missionaries in action in JI video clips here and here.


Unknown said...

Fortunately for Israel of 2009, the God of Abraham has touched many of us goyim, who do Christian broadcasting, to communicate God's truth from his prophets (David, Isaiah (check out Chapter 53 if you want to know about who your messiah really is and how he appeared), Jeremiah, and others whom the Jewish generation of the day rejected. we Christians simply accept what your God says, and so we cannot be quiet about what your prophets said. We will use the tools of broadcasting to remind you who your King and Messiah is, YESHUA. We will be patient with your rejection of our efforts, because the God of Abraham is patient and loving. Look at your own history and know that God gives you the choice to choose him or reject him. Christians and their broadcast operations accept him as he commanded. Let the Russian immigrants of Israel listen to Christian broadcasting. What are you afraid of? The pharisees and saducees were afraid a long time ago as well, as the true messiah confronted them with the same truth we announce. So hear the truth...and tune into NEW LIFE RADIO-Moscow on the HOTBIRD satellite smack dab in the middle of Jerusalem. The God of Abraham loves you, but you better listen to him and those who relay His word through the voice of the Hebrew prophets. Listen in at in Russian

DBJ, a Swedish-American goyim Christian Israel supporter

Anonymous said...

Nope. No Jesus in Jeremiah or anywhere else in the Tanach.

Wanna play the proof texts game? Go ahead. But it always pathetically ends up with you Christians running away from one failed attempt onto some other verse, ad nauseum.

For your argument's sake, let's assume that Jesus existed in the first place.

With regard to this dead Jew on a stick of yours, we follow precisely what the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob demands in the Torah, in Deuteronomy 13:1-6.

The Pharisees of the past and we, their loyal descendants, were completely unimpressed by the simpleton and ignoramus you pagans cherish. And birds of a feather flock together. Just ask Paul:

Consider, brothers, how you were called; not many of you are wise by human standards, not many influential, not many from noble families. No, God chose those who by human standards are fools to shame the wise; he chose those who by human standards are weak to shame the strong
- 1 Corinthians 1:26-27

This is the rubbish you believe in. And here you are, in all your glorious ignorance. What a surprise!

Ve'hivdilahnu min hato'im, ve'nahtan lahnu Torat Emet, ve'chayei olam nahtah be'tocheinu.

Utzu etzah ve'tufar. Dabru davar ve'lo yahkum. Ki imahnu Kel.