Meeting Messiah in Manipur

This video presentation is an overview of the amazing things God did through Jewish Voice at the Manipur, India, medical clinic in November 2010. We were able to administer free medical care to the Bnei Menashe Jewish community there and also pray for and with them. Many got medical treatment and many accepted Yeshua as Messiah for the first time.

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  1. Susan Heavener

     /  December 17, 2010

    I have known for many years of the Diaspora-that Jewish people fled or moved to various points/continents. I once read a book many years ago in which the author claimed that Amerinds or Native Americans were some of the lost tribes of Israel. In another book by a different author, an adult male Amerind thought to be the last surviving member of a Northern California tribe sometime after the 1849 gold rush was studied by anthropologists. The man under study called himself ishi meaning man or person according to the account. Ish means man in Hebrew and ishi means person in Hebrew! Correct me if I am wrong. This is fascinating! Could the ancestors of some Amerinds be ancient Jews? Are the Americas the Promised Land? I am happy about the lost and now found Jewish people that JVMI are being assisted with their medical and spiritual needs. Language can change over time. Could the Amerind man who called himself ishi have been speaking an ancient form or a corrupt/related form of Hebrew-or is it just a coincidence!?

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