Shalom from Germany!

I had a wonderful worship experience today in four languages: German, Russian, English, and Hebrew! I spoke at congregation Beit Sar Shalom, which is affiliated with Chosen People Ministries in Germany, led by Vladimir Pikman.

The congregation and ministry began as tens of thousands of Russian-speaking Jewish people were immigrating to Germany in the mid 1990s. Vladimir and his wife Inna left Kiev to live in Germany, following the Lord’s callto share the Good News with their Russian and Ukrainian Jewish friends, family and neighbors. This young couple was able to lead many Jewish people to Jesus. They started a congregation called Beit Sar Shalom, and over the last ten years have planted an additional half-dozen Messianic congregations – primarily for Russian Jews – all over Germany.

The congregation in Berlin meets at the Beit Sar Shalom Center, which the ministry purchased about seven years ago. I spoke on the Abrahamic Covenant and my message was translated into German and Russian.

I would like to share a clip of the congregation’s worship – it is a common Messianic song sung in German! You can visit the Beit Sar Shalom website to hear the message… and learn a few new languages all at the same time!

Blessings in Yeshua,

Mitch

P.S. I’m on my way to Israel for the next few weeks… stay tuned for more blogs and videos.

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  1. Candace L. Caldwell

    27th August 2012

    Good Afternoon Dr. Glaser,
    Just to say Thank-you so much for having written “Isaiah 53 Explained”! I was given your book and at last have something of great value when talking to some of my Jewish Friends!

    A little bit of History:-
    My well-known and well respected Swiss Great-Grandfather, Prof. Lanz, accepted Jesus! He and Smith-Wigglesworth were great Friends, (Smith-Wigglesworth was often in my Great-Grandfather’s Home in Switzerland) as was Hellen Keller who also spent time in our Family Home in Switzerland.
    Four generations later, here in South Africa I met up with Smith-Wigglesworth’s Great-Grand-daughter (by being obedient to God) and every Tuesday I attend a Ladies Prayer Meeting in her Home not far from where I live!!!

    As a result of my lineage and since I was a small child, I have always had a burning desire to know and find out more about the Jewish People, as to who they are and why are they God’s Chosen People!

    Been born in Durban, South Africa, and as a little girl I would often stand at the foot of my Precious Grandmother’s bedside and ask, “WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?” – referring to God’s Chosen People. My Granny would look down and simply smile at me realizing that I was far too young to understand much about His People at that age! Today I have a Prophetic Ministry and I do believe God is going to be taking me places I’ve never thought possible!

    My Maternal European Grand-Parents were Missionaries in the then French -speaking Congo but were called to Africa when the “cannibals” still lived in Central Africa. They built a huge Mission Station in the French Congo and some of their Missionary Friends being the likes of well-known Dr. Albert Schweitzer! Strangely enough, when I was a young Mother working at Kwa-Zulu Natal’s Medical School some overseas people arrived and asked to borrow some “movie props” as they were, at the time, in 1989 making a film on Dr. Albert Schweiter’s Life and they asked my assistance at the time!!!

    MAY G-D CONTINUE TO BLESS YOU RICHLY DR. GLASER AND I DO HOPE THAT SOMEDAY WE MAY MEET IN JERUSALEM!

    Thank-You once again,
    Candace (Acts Chp.8 v 27)

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