Rabbi Ralph Messer gives real life expe­ri­ences on men­tor­ship. We need to have real life men­tor­ship, says Rabbi Messer. Devel­op­ing the next gen­er­a­tion of younger men. Help­ing them to be lead­ers in todays ever-challenging world. Help­ing young and old to become suc­cess­ful through men­tor­ship. Teach­ing them about the Torah, God’s teach­ing and Instruction.

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Rabbi Ralph Messer and Jim Berfield talk about The Cop­per Scroll. It could lead to the dis­cov­ery of vast amounts of Taber­na­cle items such as bowls, cups, and ves­sels of all kinds and could pos­si­bly point to the loca­tion of a buried cave that could con­tain the tent (the Taber­na­cle) that Moses used dur­ing the forty years he and Israel were in the wilder­ness. There is also a pos­si­bil­ity that the Ark of the Covenant could be hid­den in the same buried cave. The Ark is men­tioned in 2nd Mac­cabees the 2nd chap­ter as hav­ing been hid­den in a cave that was “buried.” The Cop­per Scroll does not men­tion the Ark but does name the “wine ves­sels of the Gleam­ing Cham­ber (the Holy of Holies)” and the “Ephod” the breast­plate of the High Priest being buried in the same cave.

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Have you ever won­dered why Jesus prayed a spe­cific way? When would He pray? What what would He pray for? What words did He use?

The She­moneh Esri is a set of prayers that we pray at 9am-12pm-3pm. They are con­sid­ered to be one of the Holi­est Prayers in the world. Learn more about how these prayers can change your life by vis­it­ing our web­site – www.Torah.tv

For cen­turies the sim­ple beauty of the “She­moneh Esrei” or “Ami­dah” has been the heart­felt prayer of gen­er­a­tions. In fact, the Lord’s Prayer (Matthew 6) may be a mas­ter­ful syn­op­sis of the She­moneh Esrei – 18 Bless­ings recall­ing God’s Nature and Holi­ness, His Mercy and our own need for for­give­ness. The desire of the soul to see God’s King­dom, to wor­ship in His pres­ence, find com­fort in His pro­tec­tion, and be sat­is­fied by His daily provision.

The ancient refrains of the Ami­dah – “the Prayer” – com­bine with the pas­sion­ate music of Adlan Cruz to cre­ate an unfor­get­table jour­ney through the past and present, touch­ing the Eter­nal. Elisha Noy, an Israel Defense Force offi­cer, and Rabbi Ralph Messer com­plete the Ami­dah in Hebrew and Eng­lish prayer.

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Have you ever won­dered why Jesus (Yeshua) cel­e­brated the Hebrew feast days and obeyed the Torah Commandments?

It is because, Jesus came to give us a greater under­stand­ing of the Torah commandments.

Matthew 5:17–20

1“Do not think that I have come to abol­ish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abol­ish them but to ful­fill them.18 For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth dis­ap­pear, not the small­est let­ter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means dis­ap­pear from the Law until every­thing is accom­plished. 19 There­fore any­one who sets aside one of the least of these com­mands and teaches oth­ers accord­ingly will be called least in the king­dom of heaven, but who­ever prac­tices and teaches these com­mands will be called great in the king­dom of heaven. 20 For I tell you that unless your right­eous­ness sur­passes that of the Phar­isees and the teach­ers of the law, you will cer­tainly not enter the king­dom of heaven.

Jesus did not “do away” with the Torah (Law) but bring it to a greater understanding.

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