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The great nineteenth-century Messianic Jewish luminary and scholar, Rabbi Yechiel Tzvi Lichtenstein, left this world and entered the world of truth on February 20, 1912. Today his words still inspire the Messianic Jewish movement, even if we sometimes conflate him with the other Rabbi Lichtenstein.Read This Most Recent Articles Discover More
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Chronicles of the Messiah opens the world of the Gospels and returns it to its original context within Judaism and the Jewish people of Jesus' day. This year-long Bible study provides a complete Messianic commentary on the Gospels, explaining the teachings of Jesus in their Jewish context.
In Jewish wedding customs, the friend of the bridegroom served as an intermediary between the suitor and the woman. In the wedding, he presented the bride to the groom. As the friend of the bridegroom, Moses was responsible for negotiating the match.
The “kingdom” is the Messianic Era. To seek the kingdom first means to prioritize attaining the reward of entering the kingdom—i.e., the resurrection of the dead and the Messianic Era. To seek God’s righteousness means to apply His Torah as Yeshua explained it in the Sermon on the Mount.
Some sayings and specific words in the Bible are hard to understand. The Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels from Vine of David not only provides access to the profound scholarship and insight of Professor Franz Delitzsch, but it is also a wealth of information into the background of the New Testament.
Selected Writings of Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein
Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein (1825-1908), serving as a district rabbi in Hungary, had an encounter with the Gospel that changed his life. He became an outspoken disciple of Yeshua, but remained faithful to Torah. The Everlasting Jew is a new collation of his inspiring writings.
A Promise of What Is to Come
In Jewish thought one of the most important titles for Messiah is “Son of David.” Episode five explores the title “Son of David” in depth. Viewers will learn that the term “Son of David” is a title for the promised messiah, the anointed king, who will come from the house of David.