I protested, “This is my grandfather’s funeral.” They answered, “You are not coming in here; the family says you don’t belong to them any more. You have betrayed your own family. You have backstabbed your people.”
I didn’t want to leave, but these two guys picked me up physically and put me out of the cemetery. It was very difficult for me to be thrown out of my own grandfather’s funeral, and I was crying to the Father to forgive them for they did not know what they were doing.
Soon after, my grandfather’s lawyer contacted me and invited me to his office. Because I was the oldest son of my immediate family, my grandfather left me the part of the inheritance that would have gone to my father who had died some years before.
When I walked into the office, which was also in our Orthodox town of Bnei-Brak, I was shocked. As usual, as a family's Will, whole family members must be present. But at that moment there were only the lawyer and I. And he said, “Your grandfather left you five million and five hundred thousand shekels (which was about one and half million dollars), and he left you land and a part of the house... (which was thirteen million dollars) on condition that you sign right here that you don’t believe in Yeshua.”
I knew that was a huge attempt. I said, “I won’t do it. I will never deny Yeshua.” The lawyer looked at me and said, “Nobody’s here, just sign the paper, take all the money and do what you want.”
I turned to the lawyer and said, “God is here."
He said, “If you don’t sign this paper, that money will be transferred to your family.”
I answered, “If that’s God’s will, so be it, but tell them Yeshua gave them the money!” And I left.
I was praying for the salvation of Israel, and very specifically for the rest of my family.