The Glory is Coming but Not the Way We Have Thought

The Glory is Coming but Not the Way We Have Thought Grant Berry

The words glory, glorify, and glorified are mentioned nine times in John 17 and five times in the first five verses. Glory is  one of the main themes of Yeshua/Jesus’s prayer, His last prayer on the Earth before going to the cross, and His  subsequent resurrection that the Father’s Glory would be made known to…
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Romans part 3 – Unto Us A Son Is Given Rabbi Michael Weiner

Let’s start with a bonus. In Romans 1:2, Paul says the prophets wrote of the very Messiah that he was proclaiming. Yesterday we quoted from the first 3 (in order of the TLV). Today, let’s quote from the next 3, just for starters … Hosea 11:1 When Israel was a youth I loved him, and…
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Romans part 2 – Good News Announced Beforehand Rabbi Michael Weiner

We’re picking up with Romans 1:1,2 where we left off last time … Romans 1:1-2 Paul, a slave of Messiah Yeshua, called to be an emissary and set apart for the Good News of God, which He announced beforehand through His prophets in the Holy Scriptures. The TLV uses the word “emissary,” while many other…
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Prepare the Way for Adonai Adam Quito

Who exactly was John the Immerser? His story begins when his father Zechariah, a Levitical priest, was selected to burn incense in the Holy of Holies. While conducting this ministerial duty, he had an unexpected, divine encounter with the angel Gabriel who informed him that his barren wife, Elizabeth, would conceive and have a son.…
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Romans part 1 – We Minister His Message Rabbi Michael Weiner

Romans 1:1-2 Paul, a slave of Messiah Yeshua, called to be an emissary and set apart for the Good News of God, which He announced beforehand through His prophets in the Holy Scriptures. Let’s start with the name. Paul is a Latin version of Saul, which is an English version of Shaul. The Messianic version…
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The Upper Room Discourse 100 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Summary, part 5 of 5 – John, Chapter 17 Chapter 17 contains Yeshua’s impassioned prayer to the Father. It is the middle of the night and He is only moments from His betrayal by the hands of Judas. While John 17 contains the fullness of Yeshua’s prayer, Luke 22 sets the scene in detail. Yeshua…
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The Beauty of Troubled Waters Glenn Blank

One night I walked down to a bridge in a park. The stream below was quite dark. Below the shadowy surface I could see nothing. Then the Ruach said, “I create darkness as well as form light. I create calamity as well as shalom. I create the  wilderness as well as green pastures. I even…
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The Upper Room Discourse 99 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Summary, part 4 of 5 – John, Chapter 16 Here, in John 16, Yeshua closes off His time of teaching (speaking substantially with) His disciples, focusing on the significance of His death and resurrection. He is preparing the disciples for what is about to happen. Yeshua knows the disciples are grief stricken over what He…
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The Upper Room Discourse 97 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Summary, part 2 of 5 – John, Chapter 14 There are 31 verses in John 14, and each one of them is worthy of our attention. That’s why I wrote so extensively about them. Picking a favorite is like picking your favorite child. It just can’t be done. They are each special in their own…
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Our Redeemer Juleon Akana

Yeshua’s preeminent status as the Word of God above and over creation (firstborn) is the missing piece to understanding the New Covenant scriptures against the backdrop of the Tanakh (Old Testament). This vital link shapes our understanding of the Bible and the way we speak about our Lord and Savior. When we share the Good…
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