Foundations (Page 2)
In this week’s message, Brant continued to explore the role of Gentiles within Messianic Judaism, highlighting the “Great Commission” given to them in Romans 11:11-15.
In this week’s message, Trey shifts the focus to the Gentiles in Messiah and the distinction between Jews and Gentiles in Messiah. He reminds us the ADONAI is a G-d of distinctions and that is reflected in the commonwealth of Israel where Jews and Gentiles serve together and worship side-by-side, each in their own, distinctive role.
In this week’s message, Brant examines the meaning of “one new man,” exploring how it has been traditionally misunderstood as equating oneness with sameness. This historical misinterpretation doesn’t reflect the the diversity and distinctive roles within the 1st century body of Messiah that we find in Scripture.
In this week’s message, Brant challenges us to read Acts 21:17-25, in context, to learn what expectations the Apostles had for Jewish believers in Messiah–and how they differ from historical teachings.
In this week’s message, Brant wraps up our mini-series on the Covenants of Promise with this–the Sign of the New Covenant. At Shavu’ot, when Jewish believers were celebrating the giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai, ADONAI sends the Helper, promised by Messiah Yeshua–the Holy Spirit, the Sign of the New Covenant, who enables us to walk out…
This week, Brant continues our Covenants of Promise mini-series by exploring the B’rit Chadasah (New Covenant) in Ezekiel 36-37.
What is the B’rit Hadasha (the New Covenant) and where is it found in Scripture? In this week’s message, Brant focuses on the New Covenant. We start answering those questions, beginning with the New Covenant prophecy of Jeremiah 31.
In this week’s message, Brant continues our Foundations series with the first message in mini-series on the covenants of promise–starting with an introduction to Ancient Near East covenants and reviewing the covenants HaShem established with Noah, with the patriarchs (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob), and with the children of Israel at Sinai.
In this week’s message, Brant continues our “Foundations” series by looking at the Seven Superlative Roles of Torah. Torah has many roles, but these seven will help us understand Torah in context and help us recognize when popular teachings conflict with the context of Scripture.
In part 2 of “Torah Across Scripture,” Brant focuses on how Yeshua and the Apostles approached Torah as foundational and relevant in their lives. The conclusion that Brant proposes is that the message of Yeshua and the Apostles is powerful precisely because it continues and affirms with G-d’s foundational revelation given in Torah to the Jewish people and, through…