If Yeshua was G-D, how did He die?

As a Jewish believer in Yeshua (Jesus) and a Messianic Rabbi, one of the most often asked questions I receive is, “If Yeshua was G-D, how did He die? After all, G-D is eternal, isn’t He?” Over the years, I have spent a great deal of time answering this question to both Jewish people (seeking meaningful answers to their deep questions about Yeshua) and also Gentiles, believers and non-believers. This question is extremely complex because it involves the essence and make-up not only of G-D, but also man. While the question is complex, the answer is actually very simple and easy to understand. In fact, most people make answering this question much more difficult than it should be because they a

The significance of the names of G-D

Sharing the message of Yeshua as the promised Messiah and redeemer of mankind is not only extremely powerful, it is life changing. The enemy of the Kingdom knows that there is nothing that can defeat that message, so his only hope is to keep that message from being shared. One popular method of slowing down or even stopping people from sharing the Good News is to distract believers into arguing about issues that are presented as either new revelations or conspiracies. I am going to jump into one of these topics this week that I know has become a major controversy for some and has caused unnecessary division in the Body of Messiah. I hope that those reading will read this entire article befor

G-d’s goodness overcomes all

Throughout the Bible there are many places where, as believers, we read the text and immediately grieve in our hearts. One of the saddest dialogs is found in the book of Exodus, yet this same dialog takes place today and, unfortunately, too often we respond in exactly the same way without realizing what we are saying and doing. In Exodus chapter 6:6-9, we find one of the most powerful promises Scripture contains. Therefore say to Bnei-Yisrael: I am Adonai, and I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians. I will deliver you from their bondage, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with great judgments. I will take you to Myself as a people, and I will be your God

The focus on family in the Bible

The book of Exodus will begin to be read this week in synagogues around the world. Exodus is one of the most exciting books in Torah as it covers the events from the enslavement of Israel and the birth of Moses to the deliverance of Israel by G-D through the plagues, the crossing of the Red (Reed) Sea, the gathering of Israel around the mountain to receive the Torah, and the journey of Israel through the wilderness to the banks of the Jordan. In all of this excitement, it is often missed that the book of Exodus begins with the following words: Now these are the names of Bnei-Yisrael who came into Egypt with Jacob, each man with his family: While in English, this second book of the Torah is c

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Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue exists to be a Messiah-centered, Torah observant community of Believers, both Jewish and non-Jewish. Our goal is to share the entirety of G-D's Word, which consists of the Tanakh and Brit Chadashah, with all peoples of all nations.







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