At Beth Messiah, we are Messianic Jews and non-Jews who believe Yeshua (Jesus in Hebrew) is the Messiah, live a Jewish lifestyle, raise our children to be Jewish, and worship the God of Israel in a Jewish manner.
Messianic Judaism is a movement of people from all walks of life who believe that Yeshua is the promised Messiah and the Savior for Israel and the world. On the contrary we have continued to remain strongly Jewish in our identity and lifestyle, and in our belief that Yeshua is the Jewish Messiah and the fulfillment of true Biblical Judaism.
As a result, many Gentiles throughout the Roman Empire began to come into this Messianic faith (Acts 15:1-31).
Gentile Christianity is the faith in Yeshua (Jesus) as expressed by Gentile followers of Him. As more and more Gentiles came into the Messianic faith however, some did not understand its Jewish roots and God’s eternal covenant with Israel.
Parshat B’midbar – In the wilderness Numbers 1:1– Haftarah: Hosea 2:1–22 B’rit ha Chadasha: Luke 2 Shavuot Readings Exodus 19-20; Numbers -31; Haftarah: Ezekiel 1 Brit Chadasha: Acts 21Please enjoy this special encore message from Rabbi David Levine.
“Now a man who is clean shall gather up the ashes of the heifer and deposit them outside the camp in a clean place, and the congregation of the sons of Israel shall keep it as water to remove impurity; it is purification from sin” v.9. By Rabbi Barney Kasdan If you keep up on the news in Israel, you know that there can be some “very unusual” reports.A few years ago, one such report caused quite a stir. It was always God’s will for the Gentile nations to also receive His Salvation (Is. God told Abraham, that through him all the nations of the earth would be blessed (Gen. At first, the early Messianic Jews did not understand that this was God’s will and proclaimed the Good News of the Messiah only to Jewish people. He was raised in a Jewish home and ministered to Jewish people in a Jewish land (Eretz Yisrael). Some historians believe that more than one million Jewish people in the first century A. believed that Yeshua was the Messiah, both in Israel and outside of Israel (Acts -42, 4:4, ).