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Rabbi Daniel Zion was one of the chief rabbis of Sofia, Bulgaria during World War II and a Jewish believer. He was warned about the Holocaust in a vision of the Master, and he helped save 800 Jews of Sofia from the Nazis, but was himself interned in a concentration camp in 1943. In 1949 he emigrated to Israel.Read This Most Recent Articles Discover More
Some rabbis read the story of Isaac and Rebekah as an allegory about God and the Jewish people. The prophets often describe the relationship between the LORD and His people as that of a husband to a wife. In view of this metaphor, the death of Sarah can be compared to the exile.
The Torah says, “You shall not murder” (Exodus 20:13), but the Master says that anger, hatred, insult, and public humiliation are tantamount to murder. Two forgotten sayings of Yeshua further illustrate his teaching. He warned His disciples that murder begins with anger in the heart.
A Hebrew / English Translation of the Gospels
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.
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.
A Promise of What Is to Come
It may be surprising to many Christians that the use of parables was not unique to Jesus but was rather a Jewish literary art form that had been developed over centuries. Viewers will learn in episode eighteen that Jesus used parables not as riddles but stories to help clarify his points. Jesus' parables attempted to make it easier for his listeners to grasp his words.
Teaching of the Month
Tradition. It’s something of a dirty word in Messianic Judaism. It is something that is laughed at and even ridiculed. Some worry that religious traditions contradict the Bible’s commandments while others worry that tradition can too easily become devoid of meaning and turn into empty rituals.
IN THIS ISSUE: Passover is a beautiful example of how important the Jewishness of Jesus is. Passover is one of God’s appointed times. It didn’t just happen to be Passover when Jesus died; it was God’s plan from the very beginning.
Despite the difficulty in fasting from food and water for twenty-five hours and the overwhelming length of prayers, Yom Kippur is considered by the Jewish sages to be a joyous day in which the sins of God’s people are forgiven.