Gold-Toned See-Through Mezuzah
“Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love Adonai your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” These words from Deuteronomy 6:4–5 are called the Shema. They are the Jewish people’s fundamental declaration of faith, and God commands they be written on the doorposts of our homes (Deuteronomy 6:9). A mezuzah is a small container with a scroll of the Shema inside that we affix to the doorframes of our houses in obedience to this command. This beautiful, gold-toned mezuzah includes a glass tube through which you can see the Shema written in Hebrew. Placed on your doorpost it will remind you of the Torah’s command to remember God’s Word, that He is one, and also to pray for Israel. The mezuzah measures approximately 5” long.
Pray for Jerusalem Mug
Whether you’re sipping your morning coffee or enjoying an afternoon cup of tea, this mug will inspire you to pray for the peace of Jerusalem and remind you how your support of Jewish Voice is making a difference in Jewish lives around the world. Both functional and inspirational, this ceramic mug is navy blue with a white rim and base. It holds 12 ounces, is 4” high, and bears the words of Psalm 122:6 on one side and the Jewish Voice logo on the other.
I Stand with Israel JVMI Car Magnet
Show your support for Israel – and Jewish Voice – while you’re on the go with this special blue and white “I Stand with Israel” car magnet. With the JVMI website address in the design, you’ll also direct people to our website where they can learn more about Jesus, the Gospel, Messianic Judaism, and the biblical importance of standing with Israel. Let your voice be heard, and be counted among those who stand with Israel!
2023 Jewish Voice Wall Calendar
Travel around the world with Jewish Voice in 2023 as you visit the places where you and others have helped us reach Jewish people with the Gospel over the past 50 years. This 12-month calendar features beautiful photographs of the people and places helped by your support. Calendar pages identify Jewish holidays as well as those for the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Israel. You’ll also find the corresponding Hebrew months, information about the Jewish holidays and an overview of JVMI’s vision.