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Covering the final four chapters of 2 Corinthians, this week’s teaching addresses a number of topics. We start with Paul’s balancing act in addressing the young Believers from a position of spiritual authority – discerning when to be a lion and when to be a lamb with them, when to be “foolish” and address his […] The post 2 Corinthians 10-13: Wagin…
 
The zipper is our metaphor as we dip into 2 Corinthians 8-9. Join us to find out how the humble zipper pictures the human life. Our main focus is the topic of giving and the fear that inhibits us from pouring out our lives, thus constraining us from fully uniting the spiritual and physical realms. […] The post 2 Corinthians 8-9: Uniting the 1% and …
 
In this special Shavuot teaching, we examine the wonderful ways Boaz pictures our own Kinsman Redeemer – Yeshua. Video: Vimeo | YouTube To download visuals, right-click the PDF file and save. Visuals: Boaz-Kinsman Redeemer.pdf Medios Visuales: Booz-El Paríente Redentor.pdf The post Boaz – The Kinsman Redeemer appeared first on Beth Tikkun Messianic…
 
In chapters 6 and 7 of 2 Corinthians, Paul continues to contrast physical and spiritual existence (the 1% world and the 99% world). We look at these comparisons in this week’s teachings. By way of introduction, we review R’ Dessler’s description of four levels of faith, four levels of walking in the 1% world. Video: […] The post 2 Corinthians 6-7: …
 
Join us as we dive into the particularly rich chapters of 2 Corinthians 4 and 5. Our focus is the transcendent life in Yeshua, being in the “tent” of this body but living beyond it. During our discussion, we discover that believers are allowed to groan – but only in regards to two topics. Video: […] The post 2 Corinthians 4-5: Living in the 99% Wor…
 
If the Torah is for today, why does Paul in 1 Corinthians 3 refer to the tablets of The Ten Words as emblems of a “ministry of death?” Join Beth Tikkun as we tackle this often misunderstood chapter, a passage that brings forward a vital principle for understanding God’s plan for salvation and the abundant […] The post 2 Corinthians 3: The Greater G…
 
This week we begin the book of 2 Corinthians. Right away we notice a softening in Paul’s tone toward this beloved assembly. Why? They had developed. In this world, we need to be masters of change because if we are truly alive, we will always be developing. Join us as we meditate upon this vital […] The post 2 Corinthians 1-2: Life = Change appeared…
 
Join us as we explore within the soaring pinnacle of 1 Corinthians, chapter 15, the “resurrection chapter.” Our first question is, “What is the Good News?” Other topics include living the resurrection life now, salvation for all, baptism “for the dead,” and the “resurrection body.” Video: Vimeo | YouTube To download visuals, right-click the PDF […]…
 
Often contentious chapter 14 of 1 Corinthians is our fare this week, the “tongues” chapter, better called the “languages” chapter. We take a considerable amount of time laying a foundation before reading through the text verse-by-verse. The introduction includes a brief history of “languages” from Babel to Sinai to the Gentiles and two approaches t…
 
Join Beth Tikkun as Steve Meeks brings us a powerful message on forgiveness. Steve draws from both Scripture and his personal story, and he provides suggestions for practical application. In illustrating from Scripture, he focuses primarily on the story of King David and his son Absalom. As we enter the season of our freedom, Steve […] The post Ste…
 
In dipping into the much cherished “love” chapter, we begin by looking again at the Hebrew word for love, “ahavah.” We then explore the chapter in three sections: the worthless life, love in action, and the greatness of love. Specific topics include unforgiveness, the Greek equivalent for “shalom” (teleos), gifts of the Spirit, the veil […] The pos…
 
We focus on gifts in this week’s teaching – body, soul, and spirit. Before we get there, however, we address the section on head coverings from chapter 11, learning little-taught history regarding head coverings for Romans, Greeks, and Jews in ancient Rome. Video: Vimeo | YouTube To download visuals, right-click the PDF file and save. […] The post …
 
We begin today’s teaching with a focus on the power of attitude, the “spirit” behind our deeds. Our main topic for the teaching is the life of imitating Messiah, the life of constant freedom that flows, ironically, through the doorway of constant death. Video: Vimeo | YouTube To download visuals, right-click the PDF file and […] The post 1 Corinthi…
 
Join us as we unpack the first half of 1 Corinthians 10. We begin by drawing a startling conclusion regarding the difference between God’s love and affection for people. In the main body of the teaching, we look at Paul’s allusions to five disasters in the wilderness, and we ask, “Why did Paul choose this […] The post 1 Corinthians 10a: Living a Vi…
 
In looking at the text of 1 Corinthians chapters 8 & 9, we admire Paul’s ability to be flexible and gracious for the sake of the gospel, giving up his own rights when necessary to win over all kinds of people. We also learn more about dietary issues facing 1st century Believers, we look at […] The post 1 Corinthians 8 & 9: Living a Selfless Life ap…
 
Specially applicable to the Beth Tikkun community specifically – both in Ohio and worldwide – today’s “teaching” is an explanation of the vision for Beth Tikkun moving forward. Grant shares an understanding for how different aspects of our activities will relate to each other, Dan Remark fills in some details, and Steve Meeks provides a […] The pos…
 
1 Corinthians chapter 7 is one of the most unique chapters in all of the Bible and also one of the most misunderstood. Join us as we attempt to grasp this chapter that is so applicable to our increasingly unstable modern world. We divide the chapter into seven sections, tracing how Paul on the one […] The post 1 Corinthians Ch. 7: Living a Stable L…
 
This week we again step away from our study in Corinthians for a teaching focused on the times, both the growth stage of the Beth Tikkun community and the dark days the world is entering. To begin, we look at God’s use of spiritual templates that express themselves in multiple ways in the physical world. […] The post Keeping Your Cool While Walking…
 
This audio recording was done at the joint Elders meeting held on January 5, 2021. As Grant prepares to retire in 17 months, the leadership thought it wise to prepare this next generation of leaders with lessons and experiences that have been learned along the way. Though this “teaching” (for lack of a better word) […] The post Messianic Eldership …
 
Steve Meeks brings us encouragement and practical advice for gathering in home groups on the Sabbath. Topics include: a simple, doable outline for a family gathering, common concerns of those nudged to host (the house, food, children), proper attitudes during times of tribulation Video: Vimeo | YouTube To download visuals, right-click the PDF file …
 
In 1 Corinthians 6, Paul’s exasperation comes through as 12 questions in 20 verses. Topics in this teaching include the holy people as judges of both the world and angels, what it means to be in God’s kingdom, strength against temptation through mindfulness of identity, and the often misunderstood verse 12 about “all things” being […] The post 1 Co…
 
In the light of the Chanukah season, we begin this week’s teaching with a penetrating lesson from the menorah. We move on to the topic of leaven in the kingdom, including the rare but sometimes necessary practice of disfellowshipping a member of the Body. The main target of today’s teaching is a meditation on scars. […] The post 1 Corinthians: Ch. …
 
We begin chapters 3-4 of 1Corinthians by revisiting body-soul-spirit in light of the shaking our world is currently experiencing. Moving on, we build upon Paul’s two analogies for the redeemed community (the field and the building) to point out that we are all sowing and building in others for good or evil. Next, 1Cor 3:13 […] The post 1 Corinthian…
 
What does it mean to be a “spiritual” man or woman? That is our main question in this second teaching on 1 Corinthians. We tackle this question after some encouraging thoughts about the wisdom of God vs. the wisdom of man. Included in the “spiritual man” topic are a review of body, soul, and spirit […] The post 1 Corinthians: Chs. 1b-2 – The Spirit…
 
Our first teaching on the Corinthian letters begins with timely thoughts related to the Sabbath and gathering at home as we enter another Covid-19 at-home period. Turning to Corinthians, we briefly touch on the key issues that add up to a rather wild pair of Paul’s letters before reviewing the beginnings of this Greek assembly […] The post 1 Corint…
 
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