Torah Club is where disciples learn. It's about understanding the Bible and finding fellowship. We want to spread the revelation of Messiah and His kingdom to the world. Torah Club accomplishes this by creating serious and intentional small-group studies where disciples of Jesus study the Bible from a Jewish perspective.
There is a general appreciation for Messianic Jewish teaching present in the culture of the SBC and many Southern Baptists are drawn to Torah Club. Once again, this year, our booth at the annual SBC conference was filled with energy!
Yeshua and three of His disciples prepared for a time of prayer. They ascended a mountain, perhaps Mount Hermon, after six days of spiritual preparation. During the night, Yeshua was transfigured; He appeared as one clothed in light, recalling Jewish legends of Adam and Eve’s original appearance.
The Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels is perhaps the best entry point to seeing, learning, and understanding the Gospels from a Jewish matrix. It was designed to give students of the Gospels an opportunity to study the words and teachings of Yeshua of Netzeret in their historical context.
In this issue of Messiah Journal Toby Janicki introduces Stanislaus Hoga, the Jewish apostate Christian missionary turned proto-Messianic Jewish pioneer. Aaron Eby’s series “Prophet of the Second Temple” continues with a discussion of the puzzling sign of the cursing of the fig tree.
Director's Letter: We Are Time Travelers We are advancing into the future, but we are also bringing those future kingdom realities into the world today. On the Same Journey Joshua Aaron speaks out about Messianic Judaism, his music career, and...
Yeshua teaches us to turn the other cheek—not so people can walk all over us, but so we do not become as bitter and abusive as those who are abusing us. This teaching is to remind us to keep our hearts from hardening. We must live loving others, loving HaShem, and keeping our hearts open to God and open to others.
Sometimes God’s blessings don’t arrive in the way we think they should, but we trust that his wisdom is greater than ours. HaShem is faithful to take care of and provide for his children. Perhaps one of the greatest blessings we can receive from him is his protection.
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