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Finding the Peace God Promises

Since everyone really wants to be fulfilled in life, why are so many people living unfulfilled? Many begin their search for fulfillment by discovering their roots—their heritage. And that is exactly what every Jewish person should do. . . . If you are Jewish, that should be your beginning point. Long ago, when the people of Israel were searching for direction, the God of Israel said,

“Look to the rock from which you were cut and to the quarry from which you were hewn; look to Abraham, your father, and to Sarah, who gave you birth. When I called him he was but one, and I blessed him and made him many.”

(Isaiah 51:1-2)

What Is Judaism? 

The history of the Jewish people—your heritage—reveals a remarkable story of survival in the midst of catastrophic upheaval. Time and time again, they have overcome tremendous adversity and “beat the odds” to survive.

  • Judaism is the religion of the Jewish people who share ... 
  • Belief in one Almighty God, who revealed Himself to Abraham, Moses, and the prophets 
  • Biblical teachings based on the Jewish Scriptures 
  • Rabbinic traditions emphasizing moral teachings and humanitarian efforts 

“You are a people holy to the Lord your God. Out of all the peoples on the face of the earth, the Lord has chosen you to be his treasured possession.”

(Deuteronomy 14:2)

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  • “Why are the Jewish people called the Chosen People?”
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  • “What are the major branches of Judaism?”
  • “What are some tips to sharing Jesus with my Jewish friends?”



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“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect, keeping a clear conscience, so that those who speak maliciously against your good behavior in Christ may be ashamed of their slander.”

1 Peter 3:15–16

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