Dilemmas of Interfaith Marriage
OR HAOLAM teaches Jewish life in the Messiah of Israel. So, we are a great fit, when one member of the couple is Jewish and loves it, and the other serves Jesus and loves Him. There is a wonderful synthesis of these two passions.
That is, it is a sweet transition for the one who loves Jesus, to learn to love and serve the Messiah in His Hebrew identity, and name. He was actually called Yeshua. It is also a sweet and joyful transition for a Jewish partner to learn that the Messiah has come, and we can experience and enjoy forgiveness and shalom by entering into “life” in Messiah. We can have, radiantly, everything we ever prayed and fasted for on Yom Kippur. And we can have it and still be Jewish. More Jewish, passionately Jewish, in fact.