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Listen to teachings and worship from B'nai Shalom Messianic Congregation, 5 Messianic Minutes and more.

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Natchezman ,

Degrees matter

I know men and women with one, two and three degrees in theology, but most fail to keep the Ten Commandments. Most totally disregard the fourth (keep the Sabbath). Most fail to define the ninth (bear false witness) to include gossip and innuendo.
Yes, degrees matter and to be off whether with one, two or three degrees, even if you can read Greek or Hebrew, will not give you the reward you expect. The teacher is held to a higher standard.
It’s interesting that only Paul of the disciples had formal training. Messiah was able to trust fishermen to understand and communicate the Word.
Monte Judah, a bondservant of Messiah Yeshua, I believe can be trusted to communicate the Word with his 30+ years of being immersed in it. He has prophesied, true, but the gift of prophecy is not the same as the office of Prophet. There is room for each of us to become more effective in the administration of our gift(s). It’s all part of the sanctification process.
I honor Monte Judah for his faithful exposition of the Word.

redrosedmb1 ,


Just listened to the 5 Messianic Minutes Sabbath teaching. I agree with most of it. The part I’d like to emphasize though is that, people question whether or not they can “play ball” or “go for a walk”, etc. The rule of thumb I’m trying to learn is that the Sabbath shouldn’t be common, which also encompasses the activities that we do on it. We can play ball and go for a walk on any of the other 6 days. Why would we need to do those things also on the Sabbath, making it common with all other days? We should (I’m learning) devote a good chunk of the Sabbath to studying the Scriptures and also teaching our children what the Scriptures say about the Sabbath by doing learning activities that are specific to the Sabbath. I think we should leave all the activities that would make the Sabbath “common” to all other days, for all the other days and not do them on the Sabbath. It is a day that is set apart, unlike (uncommon) to all other days. It’s that simple. And, I am learning that and wanted to share those thoughts.

Proud Republican ,


If you are interested in a person who makes failed prophecies every year, who has zero biblical training and doesn’t know Semitic languages then this is the podcast for you.

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