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Best Beth Immanuel podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Beth Immanuel podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The teaching from the first day of Rosh Hashanah on the subject of a woman's obigation to pray, efficacy of her prayers, and the power of a praying mother.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Forget about the summer blockbuster actions movies, we've got The Fall of the Evil Empire and The Bug Apocalypse. Pop up some popcorn and let's study the minor prophets Nahum and Joel. Download the PDF (below) for a copy of the original handout.By D. T. Lancaster
 
What is "the Day of the LORD" of which the prophets speak, and what's the strategy for surviving it? Is not the day of the LORD darkness, and not light, and gloom with no brightness in it? (Amos 5:20) Study through the prophets Zephaniah and Obadiah for insights into the biblical prophecies about "the Day of the LORD's Wrath," that coming day w ...…
 
In Judaism, the word "missionary" carries a negative connotation, but in the Torah, Abraham was the first missionary. This teaching learns from Father Abraham how to influence your fellow human beings with the light of the revelation of God. Rediscover a heart for evangelism.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Why do we celebrate the birth of Yeshua on the first day of the festival of Sukkot, and why do we remember the day of the giving of his name on the eighth day of Sukkot? Listen to this teaching to learn about the literary evidence that points to early Jewish disciples of Yeshua celebrating the festival of Sukkot as the season of our Master's birth.…
 
Before the destruction of the Temple, the people of Judea experienced a series of dire omens and warnings that pointed to the coming catastrophe. Listen to a fascinating class, recorded live in the Beth Immanuel Green Room on Tisha b'Av in the year 2012, that compiles a list of the omens from the Talmud, Josephus, the Gospels, and Jewish tradit ...…
 
When humanity sinned and went off the rails, why didn't God just delete us and start over? Here's a quick look at the plan of redemption and the good news of obtaining eternal life through Yeshua. God did not abandon the human race but summoned them at various times from error and folly into an understanding of truth, leading them from slavery ...…
 
If you just want to fit in with everyone and go with the flow, discipleship probably is not going to work for you. Disciples of Yeshua are consistently part of the minority and outside the concensus of social norms. Why is that? Here's a quick teaching on the concept of "the Fear of the LORD" and how God punishes the wicked by water and fire. L ...…
 
Why are human beings such a mess? When God decided to create Adam, the angels were not too enthusiastic about the idea. Here's the story behind humanity, the mission of your soul, and the reason for your split personality.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Why did God create the universe and why did he make man to be a citizen of the universe? In other words, "What is the meaning of life?" Here's a quick half-hour course in the subject of life, the universe, and everything.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Not every law in the Torah applies to everyone equally. There is a difference between Jewish and Gentile disciples and their respective obligations to the Torah. Here's a quick overview of Distinction Theology and the commandments in the Torah that apply to non-Jewish followers of Yeshua.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Predestination or Free Will? Is there such a thing as free choice, or are we all just acting out a script? And if God's in charge of everything, why does he let bad things happen? Here's a short introduction to Theodicy from a Messianic Jewish perspective.By D. T. Lancaster
 
What's the difference between this world and the World to Come? And why do bad things happen in this world? Get a better grip on reality by studying the order of distinctions of creation. Here's an important teaching about the fabric of this universe and its relationship to the World to Come. For a text version of the teaching, download the PDF ...…
 
Is there a difference between the "Holy Spirit" and the "Spirit of Hashem"? Here's a quick overview on the meaning and significance of the Holy Spirit in the life of a disciple of Yeshua of Nazareth.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Why is Yeshua called "the only begotten Son"? What do we mean when we say that he is "the Son of God"? And how does his death on a cross provide forgiveness for sins? Here's a quick crash-course on Messianic Christology, that is to say, Messiahology. Listen to the audio and/or download the PDF version of the teaching below.…
 
Why can't we see God? Why is he concealed from us? Before becoming a disciple, it's a good idea to find out what we believe. Here's a quick study on the existence of God, his transcendence, and the nature of reality. Listen to the audio and/or download the PDF version of the teaching below.By D. T. Lancaster
 
It's a disciple's job to learn the teaching of his rabbi. As a student in the school of Yeshua’s disciples, it’s important to know the subject matter you are studying and to understand the lesson the teacher presents. Before you agree to be immersed, you need to have at least a basic idea of what Yeshua was teaching. Listen to the audio and/or ...…
 
What does it mean to be a disciple of Yeshua? Before you go into the water, you should know what it is you are agreeing to. Yeshua cautions us to "count the cost" first. Listen to the audio and/or download the PDF version of the teaching below.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Take a visit to Babylon to spend some time with the Prophet Ezekiel. What's going on with Ezekiel's "wheel way up in the middle of the sky," and what is he doing in Babylon anyway? Follow the story of Ezekiel from his deportation to his commissioning to his tragic visions of Jerusalem's fall to his stunning preditions of the redemption and the ...…
 
The story of Yeshua's entrance in Jerusalem prepares us for Passover through the correlation of three important prophecies about the coming of the Messiah. Read a text version of this teaching here.By D. T. Lancaster
 
There is a lot of richness and beauty to the Shabbat service and the traditional siddur. It can be a spiritually engaging and deep experience. This lecture was delivered by one of our members at the UMJC Conference in Chicago in 2017.By Yoshi McLeod
 
The Seventh Sign is the resurrection of Yeshua, but what does the resurrection of Yeshua really mean? What does it signify, what does it accomplish, and why is it a sign? Here's a few deep thoughts about the big event and the conclusion to the series "Seven Signs of the Messiah."By D. T. Lancaster
 
Sign number six takes us to the village of Bethany to meet the three siblings: Miriyam, Marta, and Lazer. Here's a teaching through the famous story.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Heaven and Hell are a heartbeat away! Most people who visit the World of Souls desribe "going into the Light," a being of pure love, but not every Near Death Experience is so positive. What does the scripture teach us about the Great Light? And what do Near Death Experiences tell us about the other side of the great divide? The blessed and only ...…
 
"My whole life flashed before my eyes!" In the World of Souls, everyone gives an account for all the deeds committed in the body. This teaching compares the Jewish concept of Cheshbon HaNefesh (Account of the Soul) with reports of Near Death Experiences in which a person goes through a complete life review.…
 
People on their deathbeds often report seeing angelic beings or even the presence of deceased family members. Are these merely hallucinations created by a dying brain, or are they glimpses into the World of Souls. This teaching from Shabbat Vayechi explores the meaning behind the biblical euphemism of being gathered to one's people. When Jacob ...…
 
Are reports of Near Death Experiences (NDE) credible? People resuscitated from clinical brain-death sometimes report out-of-body experiences in the World of Souls. Does that correlate with the Bible? Do these reports have anything to teach us about the state of the dead before the resurrection? This teaching explores the NDE in light of traditi ...…
 
What if you had memories from before your conception? Does the undying soul pre-exist human conception and birth? Here's a crash course on the anatomy of the soul, including children's soulish memories of heaven from before conception and birth.By D. T. Lancaster
 
What happens when you die? This teaching, the second in the series "The World of Souls," begins the journey into the unseen world behind the one that we consider to be reality. Take a step into "The World of Truth." Who knows whether the Spirit of Man goes upward and the Spirit of the beast goes down into the earth? (Ecclesiastes 3:21)…
 
There's more than meets the eye to the story of the man born blind. This fifth of the seven signs of the Messiah is the only miracle of Yeshua to be reviewed in a court of law. Get the story behind the story.By D. T. Lancaster
 
How did feeding a multitude with five loaves and two fish meet important Jewish messianic expectations, making it a perfect sign of Messiah? Learn how this event dramatized the Psalm the sages refer to as "the Messiah chapter" and discover the "two fish" hiding in plain sight in the Torah.By Aaron Eby
 
Who are the “spirits in prison” who “formerly did not obey, when God’s patience waited in the days of Noah" (1 Peter 3:19-20)? A cryptic passage in 1 Peter seems to allude to some larger apocalyptic concept from behind the veil with a glimpse into the world of souls. Here's a quick discussion of a fascinating topic that opens the larger questio ...…
 
Why is the healing of the man at the pool of Bethesda a sign, and why did Yeshua tell the man to break the Shabbat by carrying his mat? Take a trip to first century Jerusalem in the text of John 5.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Why is the story of the healing of an official's son in Capernaum considered to be the second sign? Here's a close-up look at an important but often unnoticed story in the Gospel of John and similar stories from the Synoptic Gospels and the Talmud.By D. T. Lancaster
 
What's the significance of the miracle Yeshua performed at the wedding at Cana? The Gospel of John refers to it as the first of his signs. What were the other signs and why is this one so significant?By D. T. Lancaster
 
Avram had a unique perspective on the world that made him receptive to God's calling. Learn how this perspective on creation relates to the strange monthly blessing known as Kiddush Levanah.By Aaron Eby
 
Are you carrying a heavy burden? It might not be just sin and guilt. This teaching speaks about the need to train the animal side of the human being and bring it into subjection. Part two of the Choose Life teaching and the conclusion to the Train Yourself for Godliness series, just on time for the high holidays.…
 
If Yeshua came to die for our sins, then why did he pray that the cup of suffering might be taken away from him? This teaching on Parashat Ki Tavo's curses and blessings reaches into the kingdom to obtain some help for our physical condition in the world today.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Why was Yeshua called "a glutton and a drunkard"? Discover the meaning behind the cryptic passage, "We played a flute for you, but you did not dance; we sang a dirge, but you did not mourn," and learn about the path of meseret nefesh, asceticism, and self-control.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Have you ever heard of the "Hudson Twenty"? Beth Immanuel's new associate pastor, Toby Janicki, speaks about some of the "weighty matters" of Torah in this teaching from Parashat Shoftim, encouraging us to lighten up.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Loving God seems like should be easy. Unlike humans, he is perfect. There is also no doubt that he is worthy of our love. But there are serious challenges with carrying out the important commandment of loving God. In this class we learn how to overcome these challenges and what it takes to love our Creator.…
 
One mussar theme pervades Yeshua's teachings, but it defies the typical categories of middot (traits) taught by the mussar masters. This instruction for life is the defining theme of Yeshua's message to Israel: Endurance and Perseverance for the Kingdom of Heaven.By Rachel Eby
 
Does Hagar represent the Jews in slavery under the law while Sarah represents the Christians in freedom under grace? That's the conventional interpretation of Paul's parable in Galatians 4:22, but this teaching turns over that common interpretation by revealing the Jewish background to the story.By D. T. Lancaster
 
Was Paul in disguise? Paul says, "I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some." Did he adopt hypocritical pretenses in order to win people with the Gospel, acting like Jew around Jews and like a Gentile around Gentiles? This teaching on Galatians 4:12-20 considers Paul's evangelism strategies and the real meaning ...…
 
Forty days in the wilderness! The season of repentance is often referred to as the Jewish version of Lent, but which came first? This teaching from 2010 makes the case that the Christian season of Lent was originally based on the Jewish season of Teshuvah. This teaching calls upon us to employ asceticism and meseret nefesh in a forty-day face-o ...…
 
Your soul's purpose in this world is to serve God. That's why it was given a body. This purpose implies that there is a foundational commandment in the Torah that many of us may be neglecting. The soul is like an astronaut in a spacesuit. Is an astronaut concerned with maintaining his spacesuit? In the interest of proper credit, some inspiratio ...…
 
Enhance your prayer life, enhance your spiritual growth, develop self-discipline, and improve your health, all at the same time! This teaching about fasting gears us up for the Forty Days of Repentance. Based on a text in parashat Ekev, we take a look at fasting not only as a spiritual discipline but also at as a source of physical benefits for ...…
 
Does Paul rebuke Gentiles for observing the biblical calendar? If not, how do we understand Galatians 4:9-10? "How can you turn back again to the weak and worthless elementary principles of the world, whose slaves you want to be once more? You observe days and months and seasons and years!" (Galatians 4:9).…
 
The Spirit of Messiah cries out from within the inner being of the believer, "Abba! Father!" Both Jewish and Gentile believers have received the adoption as sons, not just sons of Abraham, but as the sons of God. In this teaching from Galatians, Paul warns the God-fearers not to be enslaved again by the pagan elementary principles of the world ...…
 
"Every generation in which the Temple is not rebuilt, is considered guilty of its destruction." Our Master knew that baseless hatred was the sin which was going to cause his generation to forfeit the redemption and go into exile. Therefore he called upon his generation to repent, and by repent, he meant, "Love God," and "Love one another." Love ...…
 
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