Pastor Shares Gospel With Terrorists Who Almost Killed Son

(Evangelical Focus) The young Christian Ami Ortiz was seriously injured when he was only a teenager in 2008. He opened a bomb package that was delivered at his house.

It had been sent by Yaakov “Jack” Teitel, an “ultra-Orthodox Jewish terrorist” sentenced in 2013 to two life sentences plus 30 years for several murders, and the bombing and attempted murder in Ariel, a city located in the West Bank.

Teitel confessed that he actually wanted to kill the teenager’s father, pastor David Ortiz, because he worked spreading the gospel among the Jewish community.

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  • http://www.gmail.com/ David van Heerden

    Jesus said to the Jews of his time that they trusted in Moses but did not believe him, “For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me; for he wrote of me. But if ye believe not his writings, how shall ye believe my words?” The orthodoxy of orthodox Jews of today is that they believe almost anything by before they believe Moses.

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Christian forgiveness is based on God’s forgiveness in Christ and the only true forgiveness. Humans can never forgive others for self’s sake.