Messianic LifestyleMay 17
Messianic Jews and Gentiles should be bridge builders. With those of us in synagogues at one end and those of us in the church at the other, we have anchors on both sides; if we can each recognize the other’s role and calling, we can support a connection in between.Read This Most Recent Articles Discover More
The greatest Jewish story ever told!
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.
There is nothing special about having a realist-attitude. Anyone can point out problems. Everyone can criticize. It takes no talent to be a naysayer. Such a person is usually not very realistic at all. Instead a person like that demonstrates a marked tendency to emphasize the negative, ignore the positive and disregard miracles.
A person who loves God eagerly serves Him with acts of righteousness, fulfilling His commandments, as expressions of that love. “For this is the love of God, that we keep His commandments; and His commandments are not burdensome” (1 John 5:3). Yeshua chose three specific acts of righteousness to illustrate the point: charity, prayer, and fasting.
There is no commandment in the Torah to light candles just before the Sabbath, and yet it is one of the most universal and beloved of our Jewish traditions. On a practical level, the candles enhance the joy and honor of the Sabbath by providing light and beauty.
Study Guide and Commentary
Vine of David has created the Love and the Messianic Age, Study Guide and Commentary to expand on the deep concepts in Paul Philip Levertoff's book. The Guide explains them, and connects them to the words of Yeshua and the apostles, and is a great resource for study and meditation.