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Nachamu Ami Messianic Synagogue (NAMS) is a growing and vibrant Messianic Jewish congregation in Macon, Georgia, serving all of the Middle Georgia area. Our congregation is a diverse community, comprised of families from many nations, tribes, and tongues (Revelation 7:9). Therefore, obviously, many are not from a Jewish background. And while we are a Jewish synagogue, committed to the Jewish traditions, teachings, and lifestyle exemplified by our ancestors, our vision is to practice an inclusive Messianic Judaism for All Nations; a restoration of the faith of the earliest communities of Yeshua-followers; a window into the Judaism of the Messianic Era in which King Messiah will reign.

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Nachamu Ami Messianic Synagogue (NAMS) is a growing and vibrant Messianic Jewish congregation in Macon, Georgia, serving all of the Middle Georgia area. Our congregation is a diverse community, comprised of families from many nations, tribes, and tongues (Revelation 7:9). Therefore, obviously, many are not from a Jewish background. And while we are a Jewish synagogue, committed to the Jewish traditions, teachings, and lifestyle exemplified by our ancestors, our vision is to practice an inclusive Messianic Judaism for All Nations; a restoration of the faith of the earliest communities of Yeshua-followers; a window into the Judaism of the Messianic Era in which King Messiah will reign.

    It Just Makes Census

    It Just Makes Census

    The first few chapters of the book of Numbers are probably not on many people's favorite reading lists. They are primarily concerned with the results of a census God told Moses to take of the Children of Israel. We read a series of names and numbers for several chapters. Why was this a good thing, yet Israel was punished when David took a census in 2 Samuel? Join Rabbi Damian as he turns this seemingly mundane portion into an exciting lesson about how we are to view and treat others, and how God looks at His children.

    • 39 min
    What Is Really Mine?

    What Is Really Mine?

    Everyone loves the year of Jubilee. Or do they? What could be better than having your debts forgiven and being released from servitude? Isn't freedom and debt-free living the ideal? Why would anyone be opposed to such a system? Join Rabbi Damian as he peels back the surface layers of this biblical principle to reveal hidden resentment in our hearts towards the ways of God and what we can do to correct the problem. If you're open to a message that goes straight to the heart you won't be disappointed.

    • 34 min
    A Tale Of Two Goats - Part 2

    A Tale Of Two Goats - Part 2

    If you heard the first part of A Tale of Two Goats, you realize we didn't come to a satisfying conclusion. In this message, Rabbi Damian picks up where he left off on the topic of Yom Kippur and makes a comparison between Yeshua and the Kohen Gadol, the High Priest. If Yeshua wasn't literally a sacrifice, and he wasn't the scapegoat, his parallel work to the Kohen Gadol, however, is uncanny—especially when viewed through the perspective of Reish Lakish (an early rabbinic personality) on repentance. Join Rabbi Damian in this exciting message that highlights Yeshua's work as the Kohen Gadol who ministers on our behalf before the throne of the Almighty.

    • 32 min
    A Tale Of Two Goats

    A Tale Of Two Goats

    In our series on the book of Hebrews (A Better Covenant), we capitalized on the statement of Hebrews 10:4 that it is "impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to take away sins." However, when we read about the Yom Kippur service in Leviticus 16, it seems that this may not be a true statement. Did the blood of the Yom Kippur goats take away sins prior to Yeshua's sacrificial death? Does this make Yeshua's death a substitution for the Yom Kippur offerings? If these are questions you've been curious about, join Rabbi Damian as he helps clarify the work of Yeshua on our behalf in this important message.

    • 27 min
    The Baby And The Burnt Offering

    The Baby And The Burnt Offering

    The Torah's laws of ritual purity seem completely foreign and restrictive to our modern senses. Why does a mother have to offer a sin offering after giving birth to a baby? What did she do wrong? Is having a baby a sin? Why are there restrictions put on her after childbirth? What's up with all of this ritual impurity and all of these awkward topics? This is where most people quit their commitment to read their Bible from cover to cover. If this is you or you've ever thought these things, Rabbi Damian has some fresh insights to help you reconnect to the Word of God, its living nature, and how it still speaks to us today. Don't miss out on this insightful message.

    • 30 min
    Freedom Is Never Free

    Freedom Is Never Free

    On the biblical calendar, we have just come out of Passover and are counting the days up to the time of Shavuot (Pentecost). We are between the days of our redemption and the giving of the Torah. We have been freed from the bondage of Pharaoh, but we have not yet experienced the awesome power of Mount Sinai. Unfortunately, most people live their lives in this very state: they have been set free from the bondage of sin, but haven't been released to their true purpose. In this important message of self-discovery, Rabbi Damian reveals the meaning of two primary Hebrew words for freedom and how our understanding of these terms can transform our lives from merely being free from the bondage of sin to living a life of purpose. Please join us as we seek to understand the true message of freedom written on the tablets and given to us as the people of God.

    • 28 min

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