Jewish Evangelism – Isaiah 53 – Part 10

Jewish Evangelism – Isaiah 53 – Part 10 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Isaiah 53:12 Therefore I will give Him a portion with the great, and He will divide the spoil with the mighty – because He poured out His soul to death, and was counted with transgressors. For He bore the sin of many, and interceded for the transgressors. Isn’t this a great summary verse? The whole…
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Jewish Evangelism – Isaiah 53 – Part 8 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Isaiah 53:10a Yet it pleased Adonai to bruise Him. He caused Him to suffer. Still more great Hebrew words in Isaiah 53:10. This time, let’s back up to part A. The Hebrew says YHVH Chafetz, meaning “The Lord is delighted.” In the Hebrew, the Lord is delighted to crush Him (Dacho) and make Him sick…
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Jewish Evangelism – Isaiah 53 – Part 3 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Isaiah 53:6 We all like sheep have gone astray. Each of us turned to his own way. So Adonai has laid on Him the iniquity of us all. Messianic Jewish evangelist, Sid Roth wrote an autobiography titled, “Something For Nothing.” That title is what this verse from Isaiah is all about. In the physical world,…
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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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Jewish Evangelism in Isaiah 56 Rabbi Michael Weiner

I’m looking for Scriptures to encourage us in Jewish evangelism. Specifically, I’m looking in Isaiah, but in a random (rather than systematic) way. I forget now what led me to Isaiah, chapter 56. It could have been a commentary I read recently. Isaiah 56:1 Thus says Adonai: “Preserve justice, do righteousness. For My salvation is…
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Jewish Evangelism – Isaiah And Joshua Meet Yeshua Rabbi Michael Weiner

Let’s Start With Isaiah I woke this morning with the Jewish prophet, Isaiah, on my mind. When we share Scripture with Jewish people, we have to use the Hebrew Scriptures. After all, that’s what Yeshua and the Apostles used. Everyone knows the Messianic prophesies of Isaiah 53, but the whole book is Messianic (for that…
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