Martin Fromm, “He Found His Messiah”
Jesus (Yeshua) was a Jew! Jesus was a Rabbi! Jesus came upon the scene in Israel over 2000 years ago teaching, performing miracles and claimed to be the long awaited Messiah of Israel. He said He had come to “fulfill the Law of Moses” and to usher in the New Covenant spoken of by the Hebrew prophet Jeremiah (Jer. 31:31). He claimed to have come to present himself as the final atonement for sin by the shedding of His own blood, once and for all who would believe and receive it, thereby fulfilling the requirement under the Law for a blood sacrifice (Lev. 17:11)
This website is dedicated to spreading the good news that “Messiah has come”, which was the central theme of the life’s work and ministry of Martin Fromm, Beth Yeshua’s former leader who went home to be with his Messiah in 2016.
Marty came from an orthodox Jewish background, studied under Hasidic Rabbi’s, kept a kosher home, was persecuted by the Gentiles, and followed all the traditions of Judaism. He was a very knowledgeable and devote Jew that loved the God of Israel and his fellow Jews.
When it was presented to him that Yeshua (Jesus) was Israel’s Messiah, Marty set a course to prove that belief to be completely false. He studied intently to refute and disprove the claims of Jesus. After a prolonged period of study and debate with a Jewish man, Raymond Cohen, who had come to embrace Yeshua as Messiah, Marty tearfully and fearfully had come to the conclusion that the Jewish scriptures proved that Jesus was indeed the one that Israel had awaited for so long.
Marty’s mission in life from that point forward was to share this knowledge with fellow Jews, and also with many unbelieving Gentile, for the remainder of his life. The teachings of Marty Fromm were instrumental in removing the scales of blindness from the eyes of a multitude of both Jew and Gentile, that led to atonement and eternal salvation.
One of Marty’s favorite scripture verses is found in the Brit Hadasha (New Covenant) in Romans 1:16, which say’s “For I am not ashamed of the Gospel, for it is the power of God unto salvation to all that believe, to the Jew first, and also to the Greek (Gentile) This verse was written by another Jewish man from the 1st century called “Saul of Tarsus”, who was a Pharisee and a member of the Sanhedrin. He is better known as The Apostle Paul
Marty was a humble servant of the Lord who never wanted to take credit or be in the spotlight, but we must put the focus on the truth that he expounded upon that pierced the hearts of many and opened the eyes of a multitude of both Jews and Gentiles, as well as gave a burden to all, to share the truth with the “Lost Sheep of the House of Israel”.
I was blessed and honored to have counted Marty as a friend and a mentor for over 40+ years, and dedicate this website to continuing his work and his legacy!
Pastor Ron Cusano
Tree of Life Outreach