Discovering The Jewish Jesus công khai
[search 0]
Thêm

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
We see many powerful supernatural events unfold throughout the Tanach (Old Testament) and in the Br'it Haddesha (New Testament). In this episode, Rabbi Schneider hones in on the ultimate reason behind the supernatural presence of God and why we should not doubt His presence today.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
Even with a new identity in Christ, we can still struggle with fear and anxiety. In this series, Rabbi illustrates why God commanded the Children of Israel in Isaiah 41 to not be afraid, how it applies to us, and to always remember to be grateful for the gift of salvation God gave us through Yeshua.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
When Jesus came into the world, He was different from how many people imagined a messiah would be. But Jesus' nature was foretold in the book of Isaiah, in verses known as the Servant Songs. In this episode, Rabbi shares what the Servant Songs of Isaiah reveal about the life of the MessiahBởi Rabbi Schneider
 
Most Christians are familiar with the verse in Isaiah that proclaims that a virgin will be with child and bear a son. However, few remember that Isaiah not only prophesied when and how the Messiah would arrive, but where He would minister. In this episode, Rabbi continues to explore how Isaiah's prophecies directly connect to Jesus' life in the New…
 
Messianic prophecies are not merely predictions of future events. Many prophecies that appear to refer simply to events in Israel's past have a much deeper meaning. In today's episode, learn how Jesus fulfilled the Messianic prophecies of the Old Testament in His life.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
God wants to share His reality with us. To achieve unity with God, we must become more like Him. In the conclusion of his series, Simple but Profound Truth, Rabbi Schneider summarizes his keys for walking with God, and how you can apply these simple truths practically in your own life.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
God is always speaking to us. Whether through dreams, visions, or the testimony of others; God has so many ways to impart His Word into our lives. But we need to listen for His voice in order to receive the revelation. Join Rabbi Schneider as he shares how to receive God's message for you today.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
Enoch was a person who walked so closely with God that the Scriptures say God simply took him from the earth. We are all capable of walking as closely with God as Enoch did. In this important new series, Rabbi Schneider shares simple but profound truths to help you grow in your relationship with God.…
 
We see many powerful supernatural events unfold throughout the Tanach (Old Testament) and in the Br'it Haddesha (New Testament). In this episode, Rabbi Schneider hones in on the ultimate reason behind the supernatural presence of God and why we should not doubt His presence today.Bởi Discovering the Jewish Jesus
 
"But if it is disagreeable in your sight to serve the LORD, choose for yourselves today whom you will serve: whether the gods which your fathers served, which were beyond the Euphrates River, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you are living; but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD." -Joshua 24:15…
 
Did you know that the world was blessed because Jesus' people rejected Him? In today's episode, Rabbi speaks about the blessing that has been released to the world through the Jewish people and how we can fulfill our deepest desires through the Spirit.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
Will we choose to live a life that consumes the things of the world or will we pursue the newness of life that comes from the living God? In this episode, Rabbi explains how to fulfill our souls deepest yearnings and how we can be the person God created us to be.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
There is an inheritance that God has reserved for us in Heaven but many are living for the now. In the final episode of this series, Rabbi teaches us how to get back into alignment with the Father and how to focus on what we're going to receive when we see Him face to face.Bởi Discovering the Jewish Jesus
 
"But God, being rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in our wrongdoings, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved), and raised us up with Him, and seated us with Him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus," -Ephesians 2:4-6Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
Now more than ever, people are rejecting the exclusive claim of Jesus and turning to political correctness. Will you follow Jesus even when it means breaking away from what's culturally correct? Join Rabbi in today's episode to learn how you can prevent yourself from becoming a casualty of deception.…
 
God uses powerful imagery by calling those who know Him to be His bride. What exactly does being the Bride of Christ mean and how do we walk in this calling? In today's episode, Rabbi explores how we can unlock a deeper intimacy with the Bridegroom, Jesus.Bởi Rabbi Schneider
 
Why did God send Jesus into the world? Rabbi Schneider shares that Jesus bridged a gap between us and God. Anyone who believes in Jesus will have eternal life. "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life." Because the Father loves you, He sent Jesus for you. …
 
What does "born again" mean? Can you be a Christian without being born again? Rabbi Schneider of Discovering the Jewish Jesus shares what born again means, how it's possible, and that God is still in the business of doing miracles. Jesus loves you and will manifest Himself through witnessing those miracles. Being born again is not a certain type of…
 
What was Jesus first miracle? Why did Jesus turn water to wine? What is the significance of that first miracle? Rabbi Schneider shares that studying and understanding John's Gospel is profound. Jesus turns water to wine, and it is better than the wine served prior. But the significance is that as we keep our eyes on Jesus, the best years of our liv…
 
“And in the fourth watch of the night He came to them, walking on the sea. When the disciples saw Him walking on the sea, they were terrified, and said, 'It is a ghost!' And they cried out in fear. But immediately Jesus spoke to them, saying, 'Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.' Peter responded and said to Him, 'Lord, if it is You, command me…
 
Does fear hold you back from the gifts of the Spirit? Do you care more about what people think of you or what God thinks? Rabbi Schneider shares that the same gifts that Jesus used are still ours today. The same anointing that was on Jesus is on us also. Believe God for more and break out of having a passive spirit that worries about what people th…
 
Why did John the Baptist call Jesus the Lamb of God? How does the message of John the Baptist relate to us today? Rabbi Schneider shares that John the Baptist was a real, historical person. His purpose is what ours is today: 1. A voice crying in the wilderness and, 2. John the Baptist was a forerunner of Jesus. By pointing out Jesus as the Lamb of …
 
Loading …

Hướng dẫn sử dụng nhanh

Google login Twitter login Classic login