Messianic Audio Teachings

Messianic Audio Teachings
By Beth Immanuel
About this podcast
This feed offers Messianic Jewish audio teachings, including Torah commentaries and concepts in Messianic Judaism.
Latest episodes
Jan. 15, 2018
Where are we going with this? What's the end goal? And why is Beth Immanuel so Jewish? On the occassion of the fifteenth anniversary of the community, Pastor Lancaster tells the story of our transition from Beth Immanuel Sabbath Fellowship to the Beth Immanuel Messianic Synagogue. Listen along to part one of a four part series titled "Its Too Jewish," and learn about the vision and direction of our community in beautiful, historic, Hudson, Wisconsin. 
Jan. 9, 2018
This teaching on the life and times of the prophet Jeremiah brings us into a study of the last days of the Judean monarchy, an epic story of kings and empires, armies and alliances, prophets and prophecies.
Jan. 5, 2018
What does it mean that “the one who has loved another has fulfilled the Torah” (Romans 13:8). What commandments are incumbent upon a Gentile disciple? If the Gentile disciples are not “under the Torah,” then to what are they obligated? Paul addresses this question in Romans 13 and lays out some overarching principles and specific examples. This audio file, recorded in January of 2013, has poor quality audio but great content.
Jan. 4, 2018
What is "the measure of faith that God has assigned" (Romans 12:3)? What is the gift of "exhortation"? What are spiritual gifts and how do they function? Romans 12 depicts the body of Messiah in all its diversity, and calls upon us to commit ourselves to the body, offering ourselves as "living sacrifices" to the Almighty. For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. (Romans 12:4-5) This teaching from Romans 12 is number 17 in the Romans class, originally recorded in 2014. Download the pdf of the handout and follow along.
Dec. 19, 2017
A series of brutal assasinations brings an end to the dynasties of the kings of Israel. Here is the story of the prophet Hosea, his unhappy marriage to Gomer, and the last kings of Israel before the Assyrian deportation.  For their hearts are like an oven As they approach their plotting; Their anger smolders all night, In the morning it burns like a flaming fire. (Hosea 7:6)
Dec. 7, 2017
Meet the prophet Isaiah and find out how the prophet saved Jerusalem. It's possible to read Isaiah all your life and miss the real story of the book. This overview of the story behind the prophecies of the book of Isaiah takes us into the world of eighth century BCE politics and reveals the plot of the book: reversing an evil decree.
Dec. 3, 2017
Meet the prophet Micah and learn about how the prophet Micah saved the kingdom of Judah and inspired the greatest revival ever recorded in Jewish history.  
Nov. 21, 2017
Meet the prophet Jonah and learn about his mission to Nineveh. There's more to this popular Bible story than you might realize. Here's the real story behind the story of the one that got away. To learn about the meaning of the three days and three nights in the belly of the fish in reference to the resurrection, listen to our audio teaching "The Sign of Jonah."
Nov. 7, 2017
Some people have "friends in high places." Abraham is called "the friend of God." Wouldn’t it be great to have a friendship with a Deity, knowing that he’s got your back? This teaching from the haftarah portion for Parshat Lech Lecha explores the concept of Abraham's friendship with God in relationship to being a disciple of Yeshua.
Nov. 6, 2017
A hidden psalm lies concealed, interspersed through the text of Amos. When assembled, the psalm reveals clues about the mission and message of the prophet. Find out the hidden relationship between the book of Amos and the festival of Sukkot, and discover how the Apostles used Amos to justify the inclusion of the Gentiles in the kingdom and the Messianic Era.