David Baron was born in 1855 to Jewish Russian parents. A near-death experience during childhood on the farm caused him to give much thought to life after death and how to get right with God. After having learned Hebrew and Talmud in Yeshiva, he immigrated to Hull, England, where he received a New-Testament. Praying on his knees he accepted the One he had been taught to reject, Yeshua HaMashiach. After having worked with missions to Jews, he founded, together with Adolph Saphir's brother-in-law - Mr. Schoenberger, the Hebrew Christian Testimony to Israel in 1893. Was personally acquainted with many known Jews, such as the Rabbi Lichtenstein of Hungary (who was also a disciple of Jesus) and even Theodor Herzl, "The Visionary of the State of Israel". Amongst the books he wrote are "The Ancient Scriptures for the Modern Jew", "The Visions and Prophecies of Zechariah", and "Types Psalms and Prophecies". David Baron died of Pneumonia in 1926, and may the memory of the righteous be a blessing.