This feed offers Messianic Jewish audio teachings, including Torah commentaries and concepts in Messianic Judaism.
Growing into Messianic Maturity
The call to discipleship demands spiritual maturity. Here's how the commissioning of an Elite Spiritual Special Forces Unit of shlichim emmisaries for proclaiming the good news can help insultate us from assimilation and apostasy.
A Lamp that Lights many Lamps
In this teaching from Ephesians, we take a tour through the book of Acts to discover how the Gift of the Holy Spirit was transmitted through the disciples of Yeshua, through the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, teachers, pastors, who first received it during the outpouring that took place on Shavuot.
The Fivefold Gift
"And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers," It's commonly taught that Ephesians 4:11 presents fivefold gifts of ministry for leadership and service in a congregation. But is that really what it means? A post-supersessionist perspective on the passage comes to a completely different conclusion.
The One Who Also Ascended
An obscure Midrash about Moses is concealed behind Paul's cryptic allusion to Psalm 68 in Ephesians 4:9-10. Here's an apostolic teaching about the ascension of the Messiah which likens it to Moses ascended Mount Sinai.
Your Yeshua Among the Nations
"Why being born a Gentile is the most fantastic and amazing thing that ever happened to you." Yisroel Amic draws together themes from several different recent Beth Immanuel teachings to offer counsel for the non-Jews struggling to find their place in the Messianic Jewish synagogue.
Manner Worthy of the Calling
How does a disciple of Yeshua live? Here's a quick introduction to the rules of mussar for the disciples of Yeshua as presented in the fourth chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians. In this teaching, we do a quick read-thru of the entire chapter, commenting along the way about the difference between the old life and the new life in Messiah.
A Huge Enrichment to Discipleship
After 18 years in the Kingdom, one thing is clear to me: you can’t study the life and teachings of Yeshua apart from the culture, context and connection to the Torah and Jewish history. This has filled so many hollow gaps in my understanding of what the Bible says ... and much more importantly, why the Bible says what it says.
I love listening to you and find your messages very informative and encouraging. I liked and felt I got your message in The Balrog. All the same, I feel you undermined your message when you called holistic medicine practices quackery. It sounds like , “don’t bring your worldly passions to church, but here is my opinion on this subject”. This is not meant as a review, but feedback and not meant to advocate any specific viewpoints.
No more shallow faith
I adore the depths that Lancaster goes in these podcasts. I just want more. FFOZ should do a weekly podcast