Sid Roth is host of It’s Supernatural! television show and Messianic Vision radio program. He teaches internationally about what is described by the Apostle Paul as the “One New Man.”

 

Why We Have A Jewish Heart

 

Jesus came to break down the wall of separation between Jew and Gentile.  The Messiah was a Jew, and the first believers were Jews. But how did something that started so Jewish become the opposite of Jewishness?  Do we need each other?  Listen to what a Jewish rabbi named Paul told a group of Gentiles in Turkey: For if their [Jewish people’s] rejection is the reconciliation of the world, what will their acceptance be but life from the dead?” Romans 11:15, NIV.

 

 “One New Man”

 

Today there are Messianic Jewish congregations and Gentile churches.  But God’s answer for restoration is the creation of “One New Man” congregations in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus).  He wants to reconcile His “family” which has grown apart for centuries.  When this happens, the stage is set for worldwide revival.  

 

A Biblical Mandate

 

God’s heart is to reach all people.  His strategy is “to the Jew first” (Romans 1:16).  His biblical method is to demonstrate miracles that grab the attention of the unsaved and provide the right atmosphere to present the gospel. When you go to the Jew first, it opens up a supernatural door to evangelize great numbers of Gentiles.

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