Dear Praying Friend and Supporter of Abundant Bread of
This last month,
until the writing of this letter, has been nothing but interesting as
well as challenging, but extremely fulfilling in the calling
of God on our lives and ministry. We experience an
incredible amount of spiritual warfare! We know this is
part of being on the front line, especially IN ISRAEL. We are
living in very unpredictable times in this world and Israel, in
particular, being the biblical center of the world.
We, however, as a ministry, have no doubt about who
holds our future and where our eternal salvation is
according to His Living Word.
Therefore, it is so
incredibly important that we know you are praying for us. Please,
would you in any way write to us and let us know we have your prayer
support? We have a Prayer Director named Ahavah that you can
directly write to and let us know. She will also be
happy to take any of your prayer requests as a ministry of Abundant
Bread of Salvation. Her email is, email@example.com Please let us
know your prayer requests or how we can encourage you?
Israel and Jews worldwide celebrated Sukkot (The Feast of
Tabernacles). Because of the continued virus scare and
government regulations, it was not as usual with families and
religious communities celebrating together in their
tabernacles as typically done for thousands of years by the
Jewish people. Even our own self-built sukkah (tabernacle), was
only filled with us and the Holy Spirit. Typically,
we would have Holocaust survivors, friends of ABOS, both believers
and pre-believers. However, this year we were at least able to call
survivors and other poor and elderly people live from our
sukkah on video and encourage them, pray for them, and bring the atmosphere
into their homes with the love and spirit of Yeshua (Jesus).
It is exciting to think that Yeshua, as a Jew, also celebrated this
biblical festive holiday as spoken of in John 7:14, "It was
now during the Feast of Booths, Yeshua went up into the temple
and began to teach." Also, in Matthew 21:9:
"The crowds going ahead of Him, and those who followed, were
shouting, 'Hosanna to the Son of David; Blessed is He who comes in
the name of the Lord, Hosanna in the highest!'" And we do say
a mighty Hosanna because He tabernacles with us always.
URGENT Prayer and
Practical Need! Please, we ask you to read and pray through
this last and critical part of this prayer letter. As we
quickly approach the end of 2020, we want to bring to your attention
a very dire need as we speak up for and raise awareness for
the needs of our precious, elderly Holocaust survivors who are
quickly getting older, sicker, and less mobile and, sadly, are dying
daily. Some of them are even dying alone in their apartments because
of this crazy corona virus,trapping them in fear of
going out. Because of this we are doing our UTMOST, to
reach them before it is too late, however we cannot do this alone and
are really in need of your help.
above video clip to view our Holocaust
Survivor Adoption Program 2020 / 2021
Currently, we have at
least 50 living survivors that are in need of adoption by
Christians and all believers in Yeshua. This is where you
are vital to them having a chance to hear the saving Good News of
Yeshua by praying for us as we reach out to them.
Please also pass this news on to other believers or your
congregation, friends and family. Just as vital is your adoption financial
support. We try to raise approximately $200 dollars
for each survivor monthly. For the 50+ survivors, we currently
have profiles (we can send to you upon request), for we
are trusting God to speak to you about any part you may be able to
help with. $120,000 dollars would provide that monthly support
for our 50 survivors for a whole year. We know our God
is faithful! Wouldn't this be the best tax write-off for
2020 that could bring a harvest for the physical and spiritual
restoration of "these dry bones"?!
Bread of Salvation has an adoption program that many of you have
heard about and some of you have already adopted and are reaping the
fruit. Halleluyah! My friends, the funds
raised for these adoptions are for eternal purposes.
These are many of the
actual Holocaust Survivors that we help and have
profiles to send you upon request for adoption.
email, or write us to ask about how to adopt and
donate. The time is now before it
is too late! For more information, call or text
in the USA at (213) 265-9796, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the
address below. Thank you so much for standing with us
during these amazing days ahead.