Last Update: Sunday, Jan 19, 2020

Last Update: Sunday, Jan 19, 2020

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The Key of David

( 1 MP3 track, 40 minutes / 38.1 MB )

Pillars, Allies, CompanionsNovember 14, 2019

The words of the holy one, the true one, who has the key of David, who opens and no one will shut, who shuts and no one opens. —Revelation 3:7

In this teaching from his series on the Apocalypse of John, D. Thomas Lancaster looks for the meaning to the message the Angel of Yeshua dispatched to the church of Philadelphia. Discover the door the Key of David unlocks, the crowns given at the final judgment, and the new name of Messianic Jerusalem. “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the communities of Yeshua!”

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Tradition, Keeping Your Children on the Path

( 1 MP3 track, 27 minutes / 25.8 MB )

Pillars, Allies, CompanionsOctober 27, 2019

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” —Proverbs 22:6

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. However, to outright dismiss tradition is to throw away a useful tool. Tradition is like a tool that has been used by the Jewish community, and cultures the world over, to successfully transmit their faith and values to the next generation. In this heart to heart talk, Aaron Eby presents four practical steps that parents and community leaders can take to ensure the continuation of faith and discipleship in the next generation.

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Changing and Living a New Narrative

( 1 MP3 track, 36 minutes / 51.5 MB )

Pillars, Allies, CompanionsSeptember 15, 2019

“If we go on observing Judaism we admit that we never received grace. It is monstrous to talk about Jesus Christ and to live like a Jew.” — Ignatius, church father, in Letter to the Magnesians

This quote by the early church father represents the narrative that has been well entrenched from the emergence of Christianity that Jesus and Paul stood outside of and in opposition to Judaism. This was a seemingly unbridgeable divide between the two groups. But the narrative has been changing more and more rapidly across the world. The gap between Judaism and Christianity is narrowing as Christians fall in love with the Torah and with the Jewish people.

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