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Message from Rabbi

Shalom Mishpachah:


I would like to share my heart with all who read this message.  My heart beats with excitement and expectation with the opening  and dedication of the Synagogue.  YHVH has brought life back into His house and has given Bethel Temple Fellowship the privilege to make the synagogue our new home, not only for us, but  for the community of Jefferson and the surrounding areas.  There is no greater delight than to know the Creator of the universe would love me, redeem me back to Him, and has placed me in his mishpachah.  I thank YHVH for who He is and who He has brought into my life, and all those in the future and for the legacy of God and his kingdom to live for eternity.  I thank Yeshua for those who are part of the family of God and those who are involved in this ministry to bring light to this world.


My prayer is that you know me as God’s messenger and that He placed me where I am today.  It was not my doing, nor anyone else, but it was the hand of YHVH.  Our God is an awesome God and He loves us all the same.  He delights in those who will love Him with all their heart, and who will proclaim He is the one true God.  You and I together exist in this world to bring the message of love and unity of Yeshua Hamashiach.  I answered the call of YHVH to bring forth the Torah in my generation; uniting the family of God, Jew and Gentile, into one New Man.  The house of God is a house of prayer for all Nations (people).  Isaiah 56:7—Matthew 21:13


He will use male or female to proclaim His message, to testify to the truth of salvation.  YHVH will use whomever will love Him with all their heart, soul, and mind.  I love the Lord with everything that is within me.  My heart is to work together with all those who love the Lord with all their heart to bring Him honor and glory.  That His Ruach HaKodesh will kindle His fire not only in each personal life, but that His Ruach HaKodesh will kindle hope, compassion, and Shalom in our needy world.


I have been in the ministry, along with my husband and children, for 50 years, and I have never changed my faith in the God of Israel.  Being a doer of the Tanakh has enhanced my faith and walk down the narrow road.  Jeremiah 6:16 – Matthew 7;13-14



God has great plans for you whether male or female.  God said in Jeremiah 29:11, “For I know the thoughts that I think towards you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.” 


My prayer is that you and I as the family of God, can walk the narrow road together (ancient path) with Yeshua bringing hope and Shalom to the nations and all people.



Rabbi Linda

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