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Sermons, lectures and teachings from Christ Church Jerusalem, founded 1849 as a center of prayer for all nations with worship reflecting the Jewish context of the gospel.

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Sermons, lectures and teachings from Christ Church Jerusalem, founded 1849 as a center of prayer for all nations with worship reflecting the Jewish context of the gospel.

    Deuteronomy 6:13-25 - Bible study

    Deuteronomy 6:13-25 - Bible study

    God has been directing Moses to teach the people prior to the conquest of Canaan. Moses has reiterated the 10 Commandments, introduced monotheism, declared the Sh’ma, instructed us to both love and fear (although in the sense of awe) the Lord. Many of these commands are for Israel. Particularly the sons of Aaron! But what about other peoples and nations. Is not God the King of the Universe, has He not spoken to Gentiles too? What about the 7 Laws of Noah? The Laws before Sinai! How do they compare to the 10 Commandments?

    Led by Aaron Eime.

    Notes for this study can be found at http://www.christchurchjerusalem.org/sermons/study-last-words-of-moses-deut/ ‎

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    • 1 hr 28 min
    I, Me, Mine

    I, Me, Mine

    In this seventh week of Easter, the Rev. David Pileggi continues sharing from the Acts of the Apostles. Our western worldview, featured in the Beatles’ last recorded song “I Me Mine," puts the self in the center of all things and has become a dangerous impediment today to living out the gospel and being witnesses of that new life found through the death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus of Nazareth. Pileggi address the need for unity and challenges the usual view of unity derived from the New Testament.

    Readings: Acts 1:1-14; 1 Peter 4:12-14; 1 Peter 5:6-11; John 17:1-11

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    This sermon is also available on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/christchurchjerusalem

    • 49 min
    Deuteronomy 6:1-12 - Bible study

    Deuteronomy 6:1-12 - Bible study

    In Deuteronomy 6, Moses calls attention to the ‘One Command’; the one ruling principle amongst all others. The Hebrew is an emphatic statement in single form, this is ‘The Commandment!’, the greatest of commandments that God is telling Moses to teach the Israelites. Moses reminds us all that hearing the Voice of God and learning His instructions (Torah) should give us a healthy fear and awe of the Lord. Fear of the Lord, the wise man once said, is the beginning of wisdom. Wisdom leads to obedience and thus also to long life.

    Led by Aaron Eime.

    Notes for this study can be found at http://www.christchurchjerusalem.org/sermons/study-last-words-of-moses-deut/ ‎

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    • 1 hr 27 min
    The time of ignorance has ended

    The time of ignorance has ended

    17 May 2020 - On this sixth week of Easter, the Rev. David Pileggi tells us how Acts fits into the overarching narrative of the Bible: out of love, God creates the world and desires to come into relationship with humanity. But humanity has rebelled. We choose idolatry -- finding our identity and security in some thing, ideology or person -- and thereby we choose death. Paul sees the effects of this disastrous choice in the Athens of his time. God's message to Athens then and for us today is to turn away from idolatry. The time of ignorance is over. Let us put away all those things that bring us self-destruction and instead let us give glory to God and the Lamb.

    Readings: Acts 17:16-33; John 14:15-24

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    This sermon is also available on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/christchurchjerusalem

    • 42 min
    Deuteronomy 5 - Bible study

    Deuteronomy 5 - Bible study

    Moses has called the assembly together, most likely addressing the elders, tribal leaders and representative heads of each of the communities, thus calling it ‘all Israel’. He proceeds to retell the Laws and Judgements of God, beginning with the 10 Commandments. The people of Israel have already received the Commandments from Mout Sinai, as recorded in Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers. Yet those people have since died in the wilderness and the rest apparently have forgotten the instructions (Torah) of God. We do not know what sort of textual manuscripts Israel had access to while in the desert, nor do we fully understand what the priests have been teaching the people from the Tabernacle during the 40 years wandering. Moses, however, felt compelled to reiterate the Commandments and to elaborate the Spirit of the Law as applicable to the hearts of the people. Moses instructs the people to learn the Commandments. And one way to learn something is to teach it in practise, thus Moses commands that families instruct their children in the Torah. Obedience begins by learning and proceeds by teaching and education.

    Led by Aaron Eime.

    Notes for this study can be found at http://www.christchurchjerusalem.org/sermons/study-last-words-of-moses-deut/ ‎

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    • 1 hr 28 min
    Called From, Called To & Called For

    Called From, Called To & Called For

    10 May 2020 - Canon Daryl Fenton, in the fifth week of Easter, shares how the earliest disciples in Acts responded to God’s call through Messiah Jesus, and considers its implications for us today.

    Readings: Acts 7:55-60; Psalm 31; John 14:1-14

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    This sermon is also available on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/christchurchjerusalem

    • 35 min

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whoneedsanciname ,

great bible study

Love the Book of Acts study and then swithed over to listen to the Sunday sermons as well!!

N Bham ,

This podcast is a Blessing

What an amazing sermon! I’m a person in long term recovery and came across this podcast a couple years ago when I was searching for God, somewhere out there. Little did I know then that he was right here with me already. Your sermon last year on April 13, 2018 titled “Behold my hands and feet”! Really opened my eyes to the Great reality deep within. I look forward to your podcast every week. It sets the framework for my week and have incorporated it into other spiritual tools I’ve learned. My willingness and “effort” had to be rooted in the utter hopelessness to understand this Grace. Thank you so much! And I’m not from Ohio either 😃❤️🙏

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