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Rabbi Bruce L. Cohen’s explanatory Torah-readings and sermons given at Congregation Beth El of Manhattan – an unaffiliated Conservative Messianic Jewish synagogue in the Upper East Side of New York City, where Jewish people and “People of Calling” (not born Jewish), and interfaith couples come together in Manhattan since 1993 to observe Two-Testament Judaism. For more information, please visit us online at www.bethelnyc.org or an Facebook. If you’re in New York, we invite you to visit our Sa ...
 
Adat HaTikvah is a Messianic Synagouge that celebrate Yeshua the Messiah and the Judaism he represents. Adat is a part of an international movement, called Messianic Judaism. Messianic Judaism is a congregational, restoration movement made up of Jews and non-Jews who embrace Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah while simultaneously recognizing and retaining Jewish identity.
 
Teachings by Rabbis Michael and Carol Calise
 
Adat HaTikvah is a Messianic Synagouge that celebrate Yeshua the Messiah and the Judaism he represents. Adat is a part of an international movement, called Messianic Judaism. Messianic Judaism is a congregational, restoration movement made up of Jews and non-Jews who embrace Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah while simultaneously recognizing and retaining Jewish identity.
 
Messages given by Rabbi Peter Oliveira and Rabbi Brian Samuel from Messianic congregation Mishkahn David in Rhode Island.
 
This is a series of messages from Eric Lakatos. The senior Rabbi of Tikvat Yisrael Messianic Synagogue in Cleveland, Ohio.
 
B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue
 
Devar Emet Messianic Synagogue in Skokie, IL is a community of Jewish People who believe and teach that Yeshua (Jesus) is indeed the promised Jewish Messiah. Subscribe to our Podcast to hear audio messages from our Shabbat mornings.
 
Nachamu Ami Messianic Synagogue (NAMS) is a growing and vibrant Messianic Jewish congregation in Macon, Georgia, serving all of the Middle Georgia area. Our congregation is a diverse community, comprised of families from many nations, tribes, and tongues (Revelation 7:9). Therefore, obviously, many are not from a Jewish background. And while we are a Jewish synagogue, committed to the Jewish traditions, teachings, and lifestyle exemplified by our ancestors, our vision is to practice an inclu ...
 
We believe in an intimate, loving God, who heals and restores His Jewish People. We believe that the Restoration of our Jewish People will Restore The World.
 
Podcasts from Finchley Progressive Synagogue, the only Liberal Synagogue in Finchley - provided by Rabbi Neil Janes.
 
Weekly sermons from Sha'arey Tzion Messianic Synagogue In Colorado Springs, Colorado. www.shaareytzion.com
 
Podcast of sermons by Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch, senior rabbi at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City. Rabbi Hirsch is recognized internationally for his leadership in Jewish affairs and was named by the New York Observer among “New York’s Most Influential Religious Leaders.” The coauthor of the acclaimed One People Two Worlds: A Reform Rabbi and an Orthodox Rabbi Explore the Issues that Divide Them, he previously served as executive director of the Association of Reform Zionists of America.
 
Rabbi Joshua Kullock, of West End Synagogue in Nashville, Tennessee, offers insights into the weekly Torah portion.
 
Weekly sermons from Ahavat Zion Messianic Synagogue in Los Angeles, CA.
 
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Our Yom Kippur is … different. Primary Text: Leviticus 16, Hebrews 7 In this Teaching: Our celebration is different – because our High Priest is different! Teacher: Rosh Ruby Date: Sept 15, 2018
 
Sukkot: THE Chag (Festival) Primary Text: Numbers 29, John 7 In this Teaching: What are the commandments for celebrating Sukkot in the Tenach? How did Yeshua use Sukkot to point toward the Kingdom of Heaven – and to promise the Ruach to His talmidim? Teacher: Rosh Ruby Date: Sept 22, 2018
 
The pattern of redemption is found over and over within the Holy Scriptures. The story of Noah is one of the earliest patterns of redemption in Scripture. However, it may not be what you have typically heard. The Scriptures tell us that Noah found favor in the eyes of God. Why is this important and how does it foreshadow the ultimate redemption ...…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on October 13, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Bless This Mess Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on October 13, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Bless This Mess Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
Rabbi Brian breaks down the significance of drinking from the waters above.By info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel).
 
Sermon: “While Rome Burns” Parasha Noach Torah: Genesis 6:9 – 11:32 Haftarah: Isaiah 54:1 – 55:5
 
"Nowadays, we can't really be sure whether a hurricane is just another storm, or if, somehow, the climate itself is changing – putting into question our very way of life. In the Torah, the key point is not that the world was flooded, but...
 
When the serpent tempted Eve in the Garden, he succeeded by asking, "Did God really say … ?" Today, popular preachers and teachers are asking similar questions and casting doubt on the value of the Torah in the life of Yeshua's disciples, "Did God say the Scripture is to be obeyed?" Should we have concerns about popular teachers adding or subtr ...…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on October 6, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Winning the War Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on October 6, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Winning the War Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
In this week’s message, as we begin again in B’reisheet (Genesis), Brant poses the question, “What is sin?”, and asks us to consider the effects of church history, our culture, and our worldview on our answer. Is our answer more complicated than it needs to be? Could the answer be much simpler than we think?…
 
Rabbi Brian speaks on the new year and Spirit's role in our lives.By info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel).
 
Sermon: “A Beginning And An End” Parashat Bereshit Torah: Genesis 1:1 – 6:8 Haftarah: Isaiah 42:5 – 43:10
 
“For all living beings the body’s needs are to continue to exist, but, for human beings, the mind needs harmony.” Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch asks difficult questions to justify religion's relevance in our modern times.
 
At the end of Sukkot we celebrate a relatively unknown festival of the eighth day called Shemini Atzeret. What is the day of Shemini Atzeret all about? What is the lesson we are supposed to learn from this day the Scriptures speak virtually nothing of? What is Hashem speaking to us through it? Join Rabbi Damian in this intriguing exploration of ...…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 29, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Witchcraft Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 29, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Witchcraft Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
In this week’s message, Trey looked at the central role that the sacrifices played during the Festival of Sukkot, the Feast of All Nations. After looking carefully at the different kinds of sacrifices, we explorer the point of the Temple sacrifices and looked the vastly different nature and purpose of Yeshua’s sacrifice. In Messiah’s death and ...…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 22, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Pressure Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 22, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Pressure Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
In this week’s message, Brant explores the role of Messiah Yeshua as G-d’s faithful shaliach (“sent one”) who represents His interests and calls us to repentance. Yeshua is our faithful mediator because he carries unique favor and gave G-d the glory, even at the cost of his own life. As Kingdom heir, he restores our relationship with the Father ...…
 
Rabbi Brian addresses diversity in the body and the role of shalosh regalim.By info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel).
 
Sermon: “My Teaching” Parashat Ha’azinu Torah: Deuteronomy 32:1 – 32:52 Haftarah: II Samuel 22:1 – 22:51
 
The biblical festivals aren't like other holidays. It's easy to be happy when you get gifts, eat chocolate, and hunt for eggs. But what is true happiness and what do the biblical festivals have to teach about it? Join Rabbi Damian in this brief Sukkot message.
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on Yom Kippur, September 19, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Yom Kippur: Copies appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on Yom Kippur, September 19, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Yom Kippur: Copies appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
On Yom Kippur, in the absence of an official response from the Reform movement to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon’s recent criticism of Judaism as “divisive” and Jewish intramarriage as “a ghetto of two,” Rabbi Hirsch summarizes where the...
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 18, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Kol Nidrei: Sacrifice of Praise appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 18, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Kol Nidrei: Sacrifice of Praise appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
On Kol Nidre, Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch reflected on his 30 years as a rabbi and how we come to develop wisdom and faith: “The world is bigger than any one of us. This realization that so much of what I do cannot be brought under my full control is the...
 
Yom Kippur approaches. This last Shabbat was Shabbat Shuvah, the Shabbat of Return, or the Shabbat of Repentance. The haftarah portions (Hosea 14:2-10; Micah 7:18-20; Joel 2:15-27) were a call to repentance. But what does it truly mean to repent? Many today teach that disciples of Yeshua have no need to repent. Is this true? The prophet Hosea s ...…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 15, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Shabbat Shuva: Prodigal Return appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 15, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Shabbat Shuva: Prodigal Return appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
On this Shabbat Shuvah, Allen shared about how we should always be prepared to give an answer for the hope that is within us — our hope in Messiah Yeshua. Part of that hope rests on the decisions we make, and the actions that we take, to walk with G-d and with our Savior, Yeshua. Those decisions and actions are a reflection of what we’ll find w ...…
 
Rosh Hashanah – The Day of Trumpets!! Primary Text: Numbers 29, I Corinthians 15 and I Thessalonians 4 In this Teaching: Why is Rosh Hashanah important? What traditions during Rosh Hashanah should we keep? Rosh Ruby explains why we need to be lead by the Spirit to know what traditions we should and shouldn’t keep during the Fall Feasts and how ...…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 10, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Rosh Hashanah: The Last Trumpet appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on September 10, 2018. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Rosh Hashanah: The Last Trumpet appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.…
 
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