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By B'rit Hadasha Messianic Jewish Synagogue
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Shabbat teachings from B'rit Hadasha Messianic Jewish Synagogue, including guest speakers and special drashes. B'rit Hadasha is located in Memphis, Tennessee.
Episodes (Total: 59)
April 8, 2017 · 00:41:30
This week's message, Brant wove together threads from some recent messages to paint a picture of what it means to be like Yeshua. He taught that if we’re going to do what He did, that means that we have to change what we do. As disciples, we are called to live and walk this out in community, not by our themselves. The post Shabbat HaGadol appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
April 1, 2017 · 00:36:45
In this week's message, our guest speaker Rabbi Mike Weiner taught that our submission to The Lord is the catalyst to victory in the spiritual realms. If we want to experience the The Lord's power in our lives, we need to submit to Him first. The post Spiritual Warfare: The Victory Belongs to The Lord appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
March 25, 2017 · 00:28:50
Daniel taught on the fences that Yeshua placed around Torah in Matthew 5 and how those fences both protect the Torah and prepare us to be better disciples. The post Disciples and Fences appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
March 18, 2017 · 00:48:32
This week, our guest speaker Toby Janicki taught about the differences between Jewish expectations for Messiah and what's typically presented as the gospel. As believers, we need to remember that we're saved for something, not just from something. As disciples, we should be transforming the world around us through our lives, preparing the way for Messiah's return. The post The Bread of Tomorrow appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
March 11, 2017 · 00:34:08
The post Requirement for Righteousness appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
March 4, 2017 · 00:55:19
The post Yeshua’s Torah and Disciples appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Feb. 25, 2017 · 00:43:19
In this week's message, Brant examined Yeshua's radical call to discipleship--everything that we do should be informed by G-d and should reflect His image. Discipleship involves four things: dedication, memorization, imitation, and replication. The highest aspiration of a disciple is to be like their Master (Yeshua) in every way and to make more disciples. The post Beyond the Beattitudes: Salt and Light appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Feb. 18, 2017 · 00:40:37
This week, Brant's examines three "words" from Exodus 20 that describe HaShem's plan for the ideal marriage—His marriage with Israel—and how they apply and describe a biblical marriage that all couples should seek to emulate. The post HaShem’s Model for Marriage in Three Words appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Feb. 11, 2017 · 00:40:47
In this week's message, Brant continues our study of the Beatitudes, picking up in Matthew 5:9. It's not easy to make peace, but Yeshua's teachings require us to take steps to make peace, to turn this world right-side up, if we're going to expand the kingdom of heaven here and now. We're called to bring change to the world around us in a way that reflects and honors Yeshua. The post Beatitudes: The Peacemakers appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Feb. 4, 2017 · 00:41:02
In this week's message, our guest speaker Tod McDowell brought us a word about tikvah (hope). He taught about where hope comes from (Col. 1.27) and how we need hope to be able to walk out our lives by faith. The post Hope appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Jan. 28, 2017 · 00:37:49
In this week's message, Brant explores what it means to be "pure in heart" (Psalm 24:3-5) and how we become "pure in heart". Do we seek to live a life of integrity, doing the "right" thing even when we know it won't be rewarded here on earth and may even cost us? Or are we conformed to the world around us? The post Beatitudes: The Pure in Heart appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Jan. 21, 2017 · 00:36:56
Brant continues in our study of the Beatitudes by exploring Matthew 5:7. From Moshe in Exodus to us today, we all need mercy. HaShem is "compassionate and gracious" (merciful), but He expects His children to extend mercy to others, showing our compassion for them and mirroring His compassion for us. The post Beatitudes: Mercy for the Merciful appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Jan. 14, 2017 · 00:35:33
In this week’s message, Brant continues our study of the Beatitudes. The post Beatitudes: The Meek Will Inherit appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Jan. 7, 2017 · 00:41:07
The post Beatitudes: Those Who Hunger for Righteousness appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Dec. 31, 2016 · 00:28:26
In this week's message, Brant explored the connection between those who mourn and those who hunger and thirst for righteousness. In Hosea 4, we read about the land mourning due to the lack of righteousness as the L-rd pronounced judgement on Israel. Yeshua wants us to be sensitive to the unrighteousness around, not to become numb to it, and to pursue righteousness--and change the world around us. The post Beatitudes: Those Who Mourn appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Dec. 24, 2016
In this week's message, Brant reminded us that abundance comes from the L-rd and warned us that, in the west, it requires diligence to live a life that's "poor in Spirit". Instead of relying on the L-rd like Joseph, and living lives of abundance, we can easily end up looking to our surroundings and living lives of fear based on perceived scarcity. The post Beatitudes: Abundance or Scarcity? appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Dec. 17, 2016
In this week's message, Brant explores what it really mean to be poor in spirit. As disciples of Yeshua, we are called to make a difference. We shouldn't accept the world's ever-changing morals; instead, we should walk in humility, focusing on G‑d and His standards–not on the standards and priorities of the world. The post Beatitudes: A Radical Message for Radical Disciples appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Dec. 3, 2016
In this week's message, Brant examines the three groups of people in the crowd that Matthew describes: believers, followers, and disciples. Only the disciples were willing to be with Yeshua when it gets hard, while the others were plagued by "narcotizing dysfunction". Which group are you in? The post Followers, Believers or Disciples? appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Nov. 26, 2016
In this week's message, Brant discusses the humanity of Messiah Yeshua found in the opening of John's Gospel to answer the question "How does the concept of G-d's Logos becoming flesh transform our understanding of the Good News?" The post The Glory Made Flesh appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
Nov. 19, 2016
In this week's message, Brant explores the theology of early believers within 1st century Judaism. They saw Yeshua not only as the "living Word", but also as the "living Wisdom" of HaShem and the "living Torah"--the agent through which He created and blesses His people. The post Wisdom Made Flesh appeared first on B'rit Hadasha Messianic Synagogue.
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