In the book of Exodus, the people of Israel, the Jewish people, begin as they meet with God at Mt Sinai. With earthquakes, lighting, fire, and a great cloud God makes a covenant with Israel through Moses. Many years later, in the book of Acts, on the same day, with fire and a cloud, the Holy Spirit is given to the disciples of Yeshua and the many Jewish people who are gathered in the Temple Courts in Jerusalem. Same God, same day, same people. Both events are about God, Israel, and the covenant that God promised would be eternal. It all starts at the Mountain of God.
Torah Portion: Yitro & Mispatim
February 10, 2018 • Matt Rosenberg
The Gospel In Relationships
Part 6 - New Humans • February 9, 2019 • Matt Rosenberg
If the Gospel is true, if Yeshua really rose from the dead, then the Gospel must affect all of our relationships. As we attempt to imitate Yeshua with our lives it changes the way we relate as Husbands and wives, children and parents, and employers and employees. The Gospel must affect our relationships.
Careful How You Walk
Part 5 - New Humans • February 2, 2019 • Matt Rosenberg
As new humans we have to be careful how we walk with Yeshua. In Ephesians 5, Paul encourages us to understand how our choices to live differently reflect our actions and our faith. He encourages us to wake up and to make the most of the time we have been given.