The son of a rabbi and head of a yeshiva, Rabbi Daniel Tzion was selected to be Chief Rabbi of Bulgaria in the early years of World War II. It was during this period that Daniel had a revelation as he relates in his memoirs: “I was praying at sunrise and saw a vision of Yeshua the Messiah. I asked other rabbis what it meant. They couldn’t, or wouldn’t say.”
Trying to understand the vision, he befriended the bishop of Sofia’s Eastern Orthodox Church who providentially encouraged the Chief Rabbi to focus on the Jewish heritage of Yeshua, and not the teachings of traditional Christianity. He encouraged the rabbi to maintain a Torah-observant lifestyle under the guidance of God’s Word and Spirit in his faith in Yeshua.
Rabbi Daniel never joined a church but continued living out his faith in Yeshua as an Orthodox Jew. Though his faith in the Messiah became well known, Daniel was able to maintain his position and even gain great respect as Chief Rabbi of Bulgaria.
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