- Pastor Cloyse
After reading all your notes, I couldn’t believe the amount of details you covered.
I was oblivious to know what God’s people have gone through. It was a real eye-opener. Now that I understand, I have stepped up my prayer life.
We know that God is righteous, fair, and just; His plan will prevail.
- Chuck Goldberg, MD
You gave such insight into why we Jews feel the way we do.
As a Jewish follower of Yeshua, I knew bits and pieces of this history, but you put all the pieces together. For those who have been personally affected by the Holocaust through the loss of family members, it can be overwhelming, but necessary.
- Pastor David
I found myself getting angry. I had to question so much of what I had been taught about the “church fathers” who I know recognized had an intense hatred for the Jews. Or they didn’t recognize God’s unique relationship with His firstborn son.
Wonderful! Opened my eyes, I now understand so much more. Questions have been answered. Now it makes sense why the Jewish people have such intense emotions about Christians. But the Lord’s words gave me so much encouragement. Thank you for letting me see the “Jewish side.” You answered the “Why’s”
Kathy G. - Jewish Believer
Thank you Joan for repenting on behalf of Jewish followers of Christ for their resentment against the church; that was the missing piece for me. I never before knew what was buried in my heart.
There was so much to take in I really so need more time to process. Can you come back and teach for a week?
I’m still upset, just so many emotions that are painful. I don’t know what to do or how to fix the problem. Honestly, I just feel dirty. I know the only answer is Jesus.
This was like the proverbial trying to drink from a fire hydrant! But this last session put the pieces together, I feel more prepared to follow God’s will.”
“But I didn’t do anything!” That was the original response to Sue when she realized the pain of anti-Semitism. But then understood…
“Separate from anything Jewish” was the one issue they could all agree on. Constantine built on what had gone before; his main concern was unifying the empire and Judaism was the church’s worst enemy.
Hatred of the Jews started in the Garden, but the “breach” started in 70 AD when the new Gentile church turned against all the Jews and the religious Jews turned against the Believers. We can repair the One New Man!