An Israeli citizen is using the remarkable story of a revered rabbi to reach Jews and Muslims in the Holy Land with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Zev Porat has taken the story told in Carl Gallups’ book “The Rabbi Who Found Messiah” to to Muslims in a mosque in Haifa, Israel.
He’s logged hours preaching to Jews in Tel Aviv.
He even proclaimed the message at the Western Wall in Jerusalem just prior to Passover with an Orthodox Jew.
Porat, who works with the Messiah of Israel Ministries, was captivated by Gallups’ story of Israel’s most venerated spiritual leader, Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, who died at the age of 108 in 2006 and left behind a letter with instructions to open it one year after his death. The letter declared the name of the Messiah was Yehoshua – the formal name for Yeshua, or Jesus in Greek.
Porat said he then was led by the Holy Spirit to minister to non-Christians and help lead them to salvation.
Gallups told WND he received an email from Porat this week telling of yet another Jew who had come to faith in Jesus through the book and the companion movie.