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Teachings from Rabbi David Levine and the weekly services at Beth Israel Messianic Synagogue in Jacksonville, Florida. 540410

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Teachings from Rabbi David Levine and the weekly services at Beth Israel Messianic Synagogue in Jacksonville, Florida. 540410

    Updating First Impressions - Yom Shabbat/Saturday - Kislev 12, 5781 / November 28, 2020

    Updating First Impressions - Yom Shabbat/Saturday - Kislev 12, 5781 / November 28, 2020

    VaYatzeh – He went out
    Genesis 28:10-32:3(2) 
    Haftarah: Hosea 12:13(12)-14:10(9)
    B’rit haChadasha: John 1:28-51

    • 30 min
    Fixing Wrong Impressions - Erev shabbat/Friday - Kislev 12, 5781 / November 27, 2020

    Fixing Wrong Impressions - Erev shabbat/Friday - Kislev 12, 5781 / November 27, 2020

    VaYatzeh – He went out
    Genesis 28:10-32:3(2) 
    Haftarah: Hosea 12:13(12)-14:10(9)
    B’rit haChadasha: John 1:28-51

    • 29 min
    Not again! Enough already! Lessons from the Life of Isaac - Yom Shabbat/Saturday - Kislev 5, 5781 / November 21, 2020

    Not again! Enough already! Lessons from the Life of Isaac - Yom Shabbat/Saturday - Kislev 5, 5781 / November 21, 2020

    Toldot – Generations
    Genesis 25:19-28:9
    Haftarah:Malachi 1:1-2:7
    B’rit haChadasha: Romans 9:1-15

    • 23 min
    Digging Deeper, Lessons from the Life of Isaac - Erev Shabbat/Friday - Kislev 5, 5781 / November 20, 2020

    Digging Deeper, Lessons from the Life of Isaac - Erev Shabbat/Friday - Kislev 5, 5781 / November 20, 2020

    Toldot – Generations
    Genesis 25:19-28:9
    Haftarah:Malachi 1:1-2:7
    B’rit haChadasha: Romans 9:1-15

    • 32 min
    The Promises of a Faithful God - Yom Shabbat - Cheshvan 22, 5778 / November 11, 2017

    The Promises of a Faithful God - Yom Shabbat - Cheshvan 22, 5778 / November 11, 2017

    Please enjoy this special encore message from Rabbi David Levine.


    Chayei Sarah – Sarah’s life
    Genesis 23:1- 25:18
    Haftarah: 1 Kings 1:1-31
    B’rit haChadasha: Matthew 1:1-17; 1 Corinthians 15:50-57

    • 41 min
    The God Who Promises - Erev Shabbat - Cheshvan 21, 5778 / November 10, 2017

    The God Who Promises - Erev Shabbat - Cheshvan 21, 5778 / November 10, 2017

    Please enjoy this special encore message from Rabbi David Levine.


    Chayei Sarah – Sarah’s life
    Genesis 23:1- 25:18
    Haftarah: 1 Kings 1:1-31
    B’rit haChadasha: Matthew 1:1-17; 1 Corinthians 15:50-57

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
224 Ratings

224 Ratings

Vdonalson ,

Living Stones

Great explanation of theTorah

dani.dani ,

A few minor changes would improve this podcast

I appreciate this podcast so much for the accurate teaching, thank you!

I do find myself fast-forwarding through some of the jokes (sorry Rabbi, love you!) and trying to get to the “meat” of the message.

More importantly, I have skipped a few episodes once I saw that the focus of the entire episode was extolling the virtues of keeping “ethnicities” separate, aka Jews and Gentiles, and saying something like the Lord “loves the separate ethnicities”, which I think is inaccurate and divisive, and also something that is addressed in the “New Testament” letters.

I think there may be a realization that Rabbi David may yet come to about this. Just like he and his gentile wife are “one” in the eyes of the Lord, so the people of the Lord are one, though they come from different “flocks”. Christ’s family tree has many gentiles as well, so I really don’t see the point of trying to create an ethnic division as a faith selling point. Is Christ’s body divided? I think not, I just strongly sense something is off about that message.

Rather, let each one be fully convinced as Paul said - which makes it a personal issue for each believer between them and the valors, rather than dividing believers into ethnic groups.

Other than that, I really enjoy this podcast, thank you! Shalom.

#4TheRealChrist ,

When the World Creeps In

After years of faithful listening, and honest desire to continue learning, I happened upon episode 391.

As a theologian, a biblical translator, and modern day Samaritan it was deeply disturbing to listen to this episode. Jesus lived amongst the ethnically mixed, the so-called weakened ones. He spoke their language and clearly recognized a strength and decency significant enough to bring him comfort.

I sense a separatist agenda in the teachings of the Rabbi lately. It’s clear the world of men has crept into this guy’s heart. Truly disappointed. The blind leading the blind.

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