If Yeshua (Jesus) was the ruler of the universe, why was he following the Principles laid out in Scripture? Rabbi Messer begins his teaching on, “Yeshua, the Principle Teacher”. To learn more, please call 1–866-867‑2488 or visit us online at www.Torah.tv
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.
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.
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.
17 “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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