A Jewish woman who hated her Jewish identity supernaturally received a note written by God and it changed her life forever.
Roni was born in a Jewish yet liberal family in Israel. When she was 6-years-old, their family moved to England and there she got to know about Jesus but her mother warned her that Jesus was not for Jewish people. But she still continued seeking Jesus on television and watching animated films about Him even after they returned to Israel. During her teenage years, she became an atheist.
“That if I couldn’t have Jesus, I didn’t want any other God and I became an atheist,” she recalled.
It was during her 20s when she had a shocking encounter with God that made her seek Jesus again.
“I got involved with a man I later married who was partying on the weekends and things got crazy, I found myself one night jumping out of his car and running into an ice cream shop to ask to use their phone to call for help. I only knew his mom at the time and I couldn’t remember her number, I reached into my jacket pocket and found her number on a little piece of paper. It was handwritten and I didn’t recognize the perfect handwriting. At that moment, I knew it was a supernatural thing and I recognized that God was real,” Roni testified.
Note Written by God
After that encounter, Roni asked their neighbor, who is a pastor, who God is. After reading the book that the pastor gave her, her mind has been awakened.
“I was so happy it was Jesus because most of my childhood I wanted Jesus and was told no by my mom.”
Roni spent two weeks studying the Word of God and praying then finally gave her life to Jesus. Today, she and her new husband, who is a Man of God, are running a ministry that helps Jewish people also get to know Jesus.
“I have a cousin who also believes, he and his family live in Israel. Over the last 30 years, I have rarely met another Jewish believer and never from Israel besides my cousin. I felt a strong disconnect until I remarried my amazing husband and with his love for Israel and a ministry at my church that reaches out to persecuted Jews to show them that Jesus loves them… He has given me His heart for the Jewish Nation, for Israel.”
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