30 Oct

Rejoice with Trumpet

Shalom and Welcome!
This is the work, and these are the people behind ‘Trumpet of Salvation to Israel’.
“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.” (Romans 1:16)
For 35 years, Jacob Damkani has been drawing our Jewish brothers and sisters to the knowledge of Yeshua haMashiach. Through his unique, God-given imagination, many and diverse methods continue to be used to achieve this.
In this clip, we open a small window into the Trumpet experience.
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06 Jul

Tel Aviv – Passion Parade 2017

The morning was filled with preparation for the parade. At 1 pm we set out having prayed for the right impact joining the parade at the end. Jacob Damkani donned the crown of thorns and wearing a long white robe and carrying a shofar flanked by two Centurions with standards (posters) reading in Hebrew, “ He was wounded for our transgressions” and “Bruised for our iniquities “.
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12 Feb

Jacob is healed

One big Hallelujah! We are so thankful! The Lord has healed me! Praise be to him! And we thank you, our precious friends, for faithfully praying and standing with us! Please keep praying that my body will keep fit to build the Kingdom of God and nothing will be able to stop the Lord from making good use of his servant. May you all have a blessed new week! Continue Reading

04 Oct

Let’s preach together

I would be very thankful for your help. “They are not of this world even as I am not of the world.” Please let me know what you have to say about this, leave a comment here or write to jdamkani@netvision.net.il.  Looking forward to hearing from you.

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03 Apr

Superman versus Batman, Zotrofolis & The Messenger – יעקב דמקני‬‎

What does Superman, Batman, Jacob Damkani and Zotrofolis all have in common?

No this is not a joke.

“The Messenger”, a documentary film by Doron Eran, has been making the rounds in Israel and is featured on multiple hebrew film review sites alongside reviews of “Batman against Superman: Dawn of Justice” & “Zotrofolis”. Here is a link to the one such site with the reviews: —> Movie Site in Hebrew The Messenger “Jacob Damkani {יעקב דמקני} was  born into a poor family from Kiryat Shmona. Almost inevitably, he got involved in a life of crime from his youth, he joined a gang of safe hackers, fled to the United States, where he robbed a Brinks trucks. At 21, he met Jeff, an evangelical Christian, and this event changed his life. He was exposed to Christianity, moved to the village of messianics in California, that led him to meeting the musician Keith Green who swept him to believe in Jesus the Jew. Further; Damkani decided to return to Israel to spread Christianity in the country. Messianic Jewish communitys in Israel numbers about 20 thousand people, and Damkani is the undisputed spiritual leader. He was persecuted and threatened frequently by ultra-Orthodox establishment in Israel. Pre-order your copy of “The messenger” —> here  

22 Mar

Purim – The Secrets of Esther the Intercessor

“Esther wasn’t even her real name. She was really called Hadassah (the Hebrew name for the myrtle plant) She was the opposite of showy and brash, just like her namesake, the lowly myrtle bush. She was humble and unassuming, modest and delicate. Esther means “star”, like the tiny star shaped flowers of the myrtle, and sounds just like the Hebrew word “hesstair”, which appropriately means “secret”, or “hidden”. There are wonderful lessons to be learned from this Biblical woman of mystery!

In the shadows...

The book of Esther is unusual in that it is the only book of the Bible that does not contain the name of G-d. In fact, it includes virtually no reference to G-d. Mordecai makes a vague reference to the fact that the Jews will be saved by someone else, if not by Esther, but that is the closest the book comes to mentioning G-d. Thus, one important message that can be gained from the story is that G-d often works in ways that are not always apparent. 1 Corinthians 10:11 explains that the stories of the first Testament were written down as examples or “types” for us to learn from. And there is much we can learn from this story in every way. Purim is celebrated on the 14th day of Adar, which is usually in March. The 13th of Adar is the day that Haman chose for the extermination of the Jews, and the day that the Jews battled their enemies for their lives. On the day afterwards, the 14th, they celebrated their survival. In cities that were walled in the time of Joshua, Purim is celebrated on the 15th of the month, because the book of Esther says that in Shushan (a walled city), deliverance from the massacre was not complete until the next day. The 15th is referred to as Shushan Purim. The King invites us to come God called Esther to stand up and intercede for the Jewish people, and thanks to her courage and wisdom, the people of Israel were saved. The line of Judah continued, and the Messiah arrived in Israel safe and well in the passage of time. As Mordecai warned Esther, if she did not take that stand, then God would surely just find another way to save his people that did not involve her. But what an invitation! What an incredible privilege Esther was given! And a similar invitation is before us today.

The Secret of Purim

The Jewish sages say – When all the other festivals are abolished (in messianic times), Purim will remain.[38] Maybe this is because as we know “Jesus is the ultimate Deliverance”. Ultimately, for those who know Christ, Purim is a time to be thankful for God’s deliverance in our lives – Even when we can’t see it in a moment we know that God is faithful to His word and will never leave us or forsake us.     References: [38] Midrash Mishlei 9:2 http://www.jewfaq.org/holiday9.htm http://oneforisrael.org/blog/436-the-secrets-of-esther-the-intercessor for more reading on this go to —> Hebrew for Christians

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