Kol Nidre, the haunting melody that begins the Holy of Holies of Jewish time. What is it about Kol Nidre that speaks so powerfully to the Jewish soul? It isn’t the words themselves, dry, prosaic, not poetry, not even a prayer. They’re actually a legal formula for the annulment of vows. So how did they
Viewers all over the world, I am rescuing you from the fear of evil spirits, fear of familiar spirits. Be rescued, in the name of Jesus! Whatever spirit within and without, loose your grip! Loose your grip! Let my people go! Loose your grip! Let my people go! Loose your grip! Let my people go!
It’s said that Eskimos have fifty different words for snow. I’m not sure about that, but this I know that Hebrew has many, many words for praise. Lehodot, lehallel, leshabeach, lefa’er, leromem, lehader, levarech, le’aleh, ulekales, and others. Because just as Eskimos live in the midst of snow, so to be a Jew is to
It is a well-known fact that Jews have a lot dietary laws, and are not allowed to eat the following: Among other things – we will look at these in another video- Christians on the other hand seem to be able to eat near enough anything despite the fact the roots of Christianity come directly
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe Arizona. Today I want to talk about 1st John 2:23. It says whosover denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father. But he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also. And the reason I am pointing out this verse is
Prof: “In the beginning was the word and the word was with God”– somebody actually has memorized this. I’m so proud of you. I got me some good Sunday school people in the class, or at least somebody who’s done the reading for the day. “And the word was with God and the word was
(dramatic music) – I was raised with the names of men on my tongue. Our forefathers, our ancestors, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. And then Moses and Joshua and the prophets. So many men. Wonderful men. Wise men. So many men. I knew a smattering of women’s names, too, Sarah, Rachel, Leah, and Rebecca. And also
What in the world makes us so embarrassed about the Gospel? “For I determined to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ, and Him crucified” (1 Cor. 2:2). I want you to open your Bible, if you will, to the tenth chapter of the gospel of Mark. While you’re doing that, I will remind you