On the Golan Heights we spoke to a physical therapist about Yeshua and what the Tanakh says about Him. The man told us that he often speaks about it with a client. "No, never from the point of view of the New Testament. I can't, because I don't have one," he said. To his great surprise we showed him a New Testament and offered it to him. He accepted it as a precious gift.
Joseph had just woken up and was still reclining in his beach chair. We asked him if he knew the story of Joseph. "Yeah sure!" he answered, "He was sold by his brothers, but eventually became the savior of his family!" But did he also know the story of Yeshua? He too was rejected, but is now the only Savior. Not only of His family, the Jewish people, but of the entire world. Joseph accepted a New Testament, where he can read for himself about Jesus the Messiah.
We were talking to a Holocaust survivor from Hungary. The man had been in no less than four camps! When we showed him a Hebrew-Hungarian Tanakh and New Testament, he immediately snatched them out of our hands. The man had never seen them before and said with a big smile, "You won't get these back." He also gave us his address and invited us over to talk some more.
Today we are mailing out online Bible requests, also to a yeshiva student. He would like to have the smallest possible New Testament because he is afraid of being seen with it.