Biblical Counseling

Biblical Counseling Michael Rudolph

The goal of all counseling, whether biblical or secular, is to help the counselee change themselves in such a way that their lives improve. Counseling does not directly change anyone or anything other than the counselee and within the context of their own lives. It does not try to change the person’s spouse, their children…
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Jewish Evangelism – Isaiah 53 – Part 2 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Isaiah 53:3 He was despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows, acquainted with grief, One from whom people hide their faces. He was despised, and we did not esteem Him. As I said last time, the rabbis want to make this all about Israel (the Jewish people). They believe it is the Jewish…
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The Tenth Commandment Rabbi Michael Weiner

The Tenth Commandment – Do Not Covet Exodus 20:13(17) Lo Tach’mod, bayt Rayecha; Lo-Tach’mod Ayshet Rayecha, V’Av’do Va’amato V’Shoro VaChamoro, V’Kol, Asher L’rayecha. Exodus 20:17 Do not covet your neighbor’s house, your neighbor’s wife, his manservant, his maidservant, his ox, his donkey, or anything that is your neighbor’s. Each of the last 5 Commandments starts…
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Our Sephardic Heritage Michael Rudolph

The Jewish cultural expression of most of our Tikkun America congregations is Ashkenaz in expression – that is, culture derived from Jews who lived in the region along the Rhine that is now Germany. Nevertheless, God has blessed many of our congregations with a goodly number of Hispanic members, some of whom have recently discovered…
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