Maybe There Is A God?

Tel Aviv

We could sense a spiritual hunger as we were walking the streets of Tel Aviv. Unfortunately, most were trying to feed their spirit with the lust of the world. People were sitting in bars getting drunk, women were dressed very inappropriately, and homosexual people were openly kissing each other as gay bars and clubs were everywhere. Young people were lining up to get tattoos and piercings all over their bodies. It appears the city and the nation itself has slid into moral decay. The people need the love, hope, and light of Yeshua more than ever!

Yoram was sitting on a bench and looked very depressed as we approached him to say shalom. He observed Bibles and Bible DVDs in our hands and told us he didn't want to buy anything. We said we were not there to sell him anything and gently told Yoram what we had was free for all who would receive it.

Yoram looked puzzled, so we explained that God loves him so much and does not want him to be distressed. He said the reason he is heartbroken is because his son and daughter were killed in a car wreck three years ago. He lamented that his life meant nothing and asked us how we could say God loves him when he doesn't even believe there is a God.


We said that we very sorry for what happened to his family and it was not a coincidence we met. We revealed to him the fact that God knew this day would happen before the foundation of the world. Yoram was very touched by our compassion but still insisted there was no God.

At that moment we were prompted by the Spirit to look up and direct Yoram's attention to the beautiful sunset that was taking place. Yoram suddenly looked astonished and said it was the most amazing thing he had seen in a while. We asked him who he thought made that beautiful painting. Yoram, as he was looking intently into the sunset, said I don't know. We then asked him if he believed there was a chance someone could have made this very special picture. At that moment Yoram broke down and said yes. As tears began to fall, he whispered these wonderful words, "Maybe there is a God." Glory to the King, the Holy Spirit was working on him!

For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse. (Romans 1:20 ESV)

The conversation continued as we told him that God is calling him. Yoram asked how he could go to God and thought maybe he should wrap Tefillin. We told him that God wanted his heart and He gave His Son, the Messiah of Israel, so that we could have eternal life.

Yoram wanted to hear more and seemed to have joy again just by their conversation. He said he had to go but wanted to meet with us very soon to discuss this again. Please pray for Yoram. Pray that the Lord will continue to reveal himself to him and heal him mentally and spiritually.

We continued to share the love of our Messiah on the streets of Tel Aviv. We passed out Bibles and Bible DVDs to many people.

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