Don’t Miss Your Appointment with God Today
Today begins Shavuot (Pentecost), the time of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. The biblical feasts are not just Jewish feasts, but God calls them “My feasts.” In Leviticus 23:2, the Hebrew word for “feasts” means “appointments.” In other words, this is God’s set appointment. The feasts are dates God has put in His appointment book to meet with you.
I have learned that at biblical feasts, a major portal (door) opens in Heaven. This is your moment to receive the blessings God wants to give you. God wants to give you blessings even more than you want to receive them!
God instructs us not to come to our appointment “empty-handed. Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the Lord…” (Deut. 16:16-17).
Partnering with Us in the Harvest
When you give to this ministry, you are partnering with us in producing tools that are impacting Jews and Gentiles for Jesus throughout the world. Here is just a snapshot of what your gifts have accomplished:
- Our It’s Supernatural! TV show now airs 21 times a week in Israel, reaching an unprecedented number of unsaved Jews.
- We have begun airing our TV show in the nation of Ukraine, which has a large Jewish population. We air in prime time on secular television, seven times a week.
- We will start airing It’s Supernatural! across the Spanish-speaking world on July 5, 2014.
- We are continuing to reach unsaved Jews and Gentiles through evangelistic outreaches in the U.S. and Israel.
- Through Project 77 we have mailed over 1.3 million copies of my evangelistic book to Jewish families in North America.
- And we have so many more evangelistic projects about ready to be released!
As you partner with our ministry, you are partnering with God to reach multitudes of precious souls for His Kingdom!
What do you need in your life? Get ready!
I pray God will use your Pentecost Offering as a point of contact to tell you His secrets and pour out His Spirit on you and your house. Get ready!
Chag Sameach (Joyous Festival),
Sid Israel Roth