Re: WHY ORTHODOX JEWISH WOMEN DON’T COVER THEIR FACE
The last few days I’ve been studying various YouTube clips of the Haredim, Ultra Orthodox Jews, and some are quite stunning.
Here is a moving clip by a young Orthodox Jewish lady named Andrea Grinberg, (unlike, and in contrast to secular Jews) that makes you realize, ALREADY, they are not merely bound by custom and tradition, or are being preoccupied with trivial things, but have a deep understanding and compassion for the world according to the Torah, and through this are ALREADY being separated and prepared for their coming global role when Ezekiel’s new temple in Jerusalem is soon to be built (according to Ezekiel 40 to 48). Clearly, once she and her friends come to know their Messiah personally, read the New Testament etc., very much like the apostle Paul, you can see such deeply committed people will be converted into guided missiles to reform the world!
Also, when you see young Orthodox Jewish women like her, it gives you an insight into why Zechariah 8:23 prophesies “In those days it shall come to pass, that ten men shall take hold out of ALL LANGUAGES OF THE NATIONS, even shall take hold of the skirt of him that is a Jew, saying, We will go with you: for we have heard that God is with you.” When in Israel, in meeting Orthodox Rabbis, I found many were very similar to this young lady, extremely learned and compassionate, contrary to the image presented by the global mainstream media.
I know you will be busy, but perhaps Lorraine & Angela might appreciate this clip. Certainly a great lesson for me too! Her testimony is so much like how the Jewish ex-Satanist Bill Schnoebelon, author of Lucifer Dethroned got saved. From memory, while he was banking cheques linked to the Church of Satan, a dishonoured cheque was sent back to him by Christian girl teller who wrote on the back of the cheque; “I am praying for you.” It was this prayer that changed his life and persuaded him to become a Christian.
Although she doesn’t quote any scriptures to support her presentation which she could have. I found her effort so refreshing, compared to our own general Gentile spiritual apathy.