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Looking Back and Looking Forward Passover

passover, pesach, last supper
There are various times in your life when it is wise to step back and look at yourself. These are moments to reflect, consider where you have been and where you are trying to go with your life. Taking stock of yourself gives you a chance to make changes or to commit yourself to your desired goals. It can be compared to the man who stands at the edge of a great canyon looking down at the river with its winding bends and rushing rapids, while appreciating the serenity. He is able to understand the long journey, where he has been, and what lies before him.

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Fulfilling the Law

torah, christians, messianic, keep the law
If you were to pinpoint one issue that separates Messianic believers from regular church-going Christians, it would be how applicable the Law of Moses is for today. Both regular Christians and Messianics believe in salvation by faith in the redemption of the Messiah. How we walk out our lives believing in the Messiah: that is the rub. Simply put, should Christians “keep the Law” and all of the commandments? Messianics say “Yes.” If you ask one of our New Covenant brethren or a typical church pastor, the answer will be “No!”

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Change the World

great commission, messianic youth, disciple
For many years, I have taught that if you cannot disciple your own children living in your own house, then why do you think you can disciple men and women elsewhere in the world in fulfillment of the Great Commission.

Furthermore, the Greatest Commandment to love the LORD your God with all of your heart, soul, and might begins with the Shema and ends with teaching your children.

Hear, O Israel! The LORD is our God, the LORD is one! You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up. Deuteronomy 6:4-7

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The Lion of Judah

feast of tabernacles, sukkot, prophecy
The Feast of Tabernacles offers instruction that speaks, not only to a season of joy before the Lord , but to the future in getting to the Messiah’s Promised Land (kingdom). We are instructed to remember how our ancestors traveled in sukkot (tents) from Egypt to the Promised Land. That includes all that God did for our ancestors, preserving them and providing for them in the wilderness. We also remember how God gave them manna for food (some- times quail) and, most importantly, water from the rock. The journey was long, with many tests and trials. However, God was faithful and brought them to the Promised Land.

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The Testimony of Stephen

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Stephen was a good and faithful man and is listed as one the men who was called to assist the widows of the faith in their needs. Because of his boldness in the faith and his many spiritual works, he became well known to those outside of the faith. In fact, Stephen’s enemies were a kind of “who’s who” of leading religious Jews who disputed the messiahship of Yeshua.

But some men from what was called the Synagogue of the Freedmen, including both Cyrenians and Alexandrians, and some from Cilicia and Asia, rose up and argued with Stephen. Acts 6:9

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The Arrest & Trial of Sha'ul of Tarsus

apostle paul, messianic teaching, jew, yeshua
He is primarily known as the Apostle Paul—that is his Gentile name. But his Hebrew name was Sha’ul (Saul). He was a Jew, trained as a Pharisee, born in the major city of Tarsus. His training was by the hand of Gamaliel, a highly respected teacher of the Law. Following the tradition of his training, Sha’ul began to be irritated by those proclaiming Yeshua of Nazareth as the Messiah. This did not fit the thinking of those he fellowshipped with. Demonstrating his zeal for his Jewish brethren, he proceeded to persecute the followers of Yeshua, arresting and imprisoning them. He was well on his way to “moving up the ranks” and building a reputation for “standing up for the Law” until he journeyed to Damascus.

Ananias also spoke a prophecy over Saul.

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