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Teachings from Rabbi David Levine and Beth Israel Messianic Synagogue in Jacksonville, Florida.

May 31, 2008

No Time To Lose

Worship Leader Eric Painter

Yom Shabbat, Saturday, May 31, 2008

May 30, 2008

Giving God Our Best

Worship Leader Eric Painter

Erev Shabbat, Friday, May 30, 2008

May 25, 2008

Support Material for Messages on the Soul

These slides are supplemental material referenced in Dr. Kevin Hunger's messages about the soul given on Friday, May 23, and Saturday, May 24.

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May 24, 2008

Feeding the Soul

Dr. Kevin Hunger

Yom Shabbat, Saturday, May 24, 2008.

May 23, 2008

Understanding the Soul

Dr. Kevin Hunger

Erev Shabbat, Friday, May 23, 2008.

May 17, 2008

Year of Jubilee and the Kinsman Redeemer

Rabbi David Levine

Yom Shabbat - Saturday, May 17, 2008

Parsha B'har - Leviticus 25:1-26:2 Haftarah:  Jeremiah 32:6-27

Shabbat was made for mankind.  It gives us a God-centered cycle of rest and worship as individuals, families, and communities.  This weekly Shabbat opens the way for the Sabbatical Year and the Jubilee.  This Family Shabbat message for all ages is meant to encourage us to embrace the freedoms which God is giving, and to be grateful for God's redemption through Yeshua.

May 10, 2008

Messianic Judaism – What is it, really?

Rabbi David Levine

Saturday, Yom Shabbat, May 10, 2008

Parsha Emor: Leviticus 21–24 Haftarah: Ezekiel 44:15-31

With Supplemental readings from Luke 22

What is Messianic Judaism? Is it Judaism with Jesus? Is it Christianity for Jews? Rabbi David Levine says the best understanding of modern Messianic Judaism starts with an examination of its origins almost two thousand years. This far-reaching message takes a careful look at the beginning of Messianic Judaism, and the many forms of Christianity which later emerged from it. The subject then turns to unprecedented news from Israel about developments that touch all Messianic Jews.

May 9, 2008

Mo’adim: God’s Appointed Times

Rabbi David Levine

Friday night, Erev Shabbat, May 9, 2008

Parsha Emor: Leviticus 21–24 Haftarah: Ezekiel 44:15-31

With Supplemental readings from Luke 22

Leviticus 23 describes the most important Jewish holidays, starting with the weekly Shabbat. The Mo’adim –God’s appointed times—are times for drawing close to God and our human community. Time together is a key for building relationships, Rabbi David says, and a key to understanding these holidays. This edgy message will challenge you to celebrate the Jewish holidays with love and fervent desire.

May 3, 2008

Is It a Sin to Love Yourself?

Rabbi David Levine

Yom Shabbat, Saturday, May 5th, 2008

May 2, 2008

The Most Misunderstood Commandment

Rabbi David Levine

Erev Shabbat, Friday, May 02, 2008

Parsha K'doshim ~ Leviticus 19-20

Haftarah: Ezekiel 20:2-20, 22:1-19

Is it a sin to love yourself? Rabbi David says in fact we are commanded to love ourselves. That's why he says Leviticus 19:18 is the most misunderstood commandment. This challenging message will help you overcome many religious misunderstandings about God's love, and our own love for ourselves and one another.