Newsletter  Vol 13, No 10    October 2004

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Now that the High Holy days and the prophetic feast of Sukkot are past, we're looking forward to Hanukkah in eight weeks time - just after the December newsletter is published. But the work always goes on as you will see in this month's newsletter. Remember to let us know what you think of the individual articles (by clicking the response tag at the bottom of the articles) or the newsletter (by clicking the response tag at the bottom of this email or the on-line newsletter. Don't forget that you can read the articles again even if you have lost this email by going to our main website and selecting the Newsletters option at the top left-hand corner of the menu column.

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  Dan Juster: The Recovery of the Jewish Gospel
You mean the Jewish Gospel has been lost ? Dan shows how recovering the whole gospel message is important to all of us, but critical to reaching Israel at this time.
  Eitan Shishkoff: Breaking Through the Walls
As the work goes forward to move into the city of Acco, hear Eitan's heart for the work involved and how it affects our lives too.
  Asher Intrater: Israel Revival Strategy
Here is the formal layout of the strategy that Revive Israel is following now that the team have moved into the Jerusalem area. Follow Asher as he explains what God has put on his heart.

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