I’ve shared several links on my Facebook profile in recent weeks that I wanted to share together here as well.
My routine in the mornings is to listen to a teaching while on the elliptical (otherwise it’s super boring to exercise staring at a blank wall) and when I’m working in the kitchen I’ll pull up some audio files and listen to some good teachings. I’ll load my phone with good teachings and if I’m driving somewhere out-of-town I can listen while I drive, too.
Below are a few teachings from various sources that I thought my friends might appreciate. If you listen to any of them, I’d love to hear what your thoughts are regarding their messages. :)
I’ve been listening to the teachings from Tikvat Israel for about a year and a half now, and I’ve really been enjoying them. I look forward to listening to each of the teachers and their distinct personalities and teaching style because each of them share their messages with such wisdom and gentleness. Recently they’ve started a new series called Messianic Jewish Discipleship 101I. The first sermon in this series is called Why The Sabbath? by Rabbi David Rudolph.
You can find this teaching at this link: http://tikvatisrael.podbean.com/e/why-the-sabbath-rabbi-david-rudolph-1416258969/
The prequel to this series lays the foundation for this series and is also a very good teaching to listen to, maybe before you begin the series: Living As Disciples – http://tikvatisrael.podbean.com/e/living-as-disciples-rabbi-david-rudolph-1416258970/
Finding A Place To Serve – Dr. Jacob D. Rosenberg is leading his congregation through the book of Acts and this sermon focuses on Steven’s selection to serve the widows of the Helenist Messianic Jewish community in Jerusalem. As I listened to this engaging message, I was very encouraged to hear this message the other day, the first message I’ve heard from this teacher and this community.
This is a new congregational teacher to me, and this was the first teaching I listened to. I’m pleased and looking forward to listening to more from Adat HaTikvah in coming days.
Our Bible study group is taking an intentional and measured stroll through the Gospel accounts this year, and we’re having a wonderful time together. One of the resources that we’ve begun to add to our group study resource list is the audio series from Emet HaTorah based on the same material that we’re studying.
This coming week we will be on week 13 – New Wineskins. You can catch up with us and listen to the discussion on the week’s readings at this link: http://www.emethatorah.com/audio/gospels?page=3
Though this teaching is from the spring, it’s one that I think my readers will really appreciate. Here is how the website describes this teaching, Restoring The Kingdom To Israel:
Just prior to the ascension of our holy Master Yeshua of Nazareth, his disciples asked him, “Are you at this time going to restore the kingdom to Israel?” Bible teachers often criticize the disciples for being so slow and hard-hearted that they still expected a physical restoration of the kingdom of Israel, but from a Messianic Jewish perspective, a purely spiritual kingdom with no actual physical restoration of the kingdom of Israel on earth is no kingdom at all.
You can find it here: http://www.bethimmanuel.org/audio/content/restoring-kingdom-israel
I hope you’re able to enjoy some of these teachings, and more teachings from these great teachers. :)