Are you settling for half of the story? Mysteries of the Messiah Podcast unearths and reveals Yeshua Jesus - the Messiah from the first letter of the Bible in Hebrew to the last. Journey deeper with Rabbi Jason Sobel and well-known guests as they reveal clues from ancient wisdom, Scripture, personal stories, and experiences. Don’t settle for half of an inheritance. Begin to experience the Bible in HD. Listen now.
The Mystery of the Magi and the Star of Bethlehem with Shawn Bolz
In this episode of Mysteries of the Messiah with Rabbi Jason Sobel, we explore one of the most blatant errors in the nativity scenes that decorate our homes and churches: the presence of the magi at the manger with the infant Jesus. Who were these mysterious people? When did they arrive in Bethlehem, and how would they even know to look for this baby King? @ShawnBolz joins us in discussing Christmas, modern prophetic, the star, and our time together in Israel.
The Mystery of Chanukah / Hanukkah and Yeshua with Rabbi Jason Sobel
Everybody loves a good origin story, and in this episode, Rabbi Jason Sobel describes Chanukah's origin (Hanukkah). We can sum up the essence of this Jewish holiday in two words: fighting and lighting. This celebration restores our hope, faith, and trust that our God is true to His word!
The light of Chanukah points to the light of Yeshua-Jesus the Messiah. Yeshua's light lives in you. You are the light. Have Courage and be strengthened, He is with you!
The Mystery and Meaning of Bethlehem with Pastor Chad Veach
“O Little Town of Bethlehem” is a beloved Christmas carol. The description as “little” seems apt, as even the Prophet referred to it as the “least among the clans of Judah” (Mic 5:1 tlv). What we discover upon closer examination, however, is that this small village is overflowing with significance. Its very name speaks to the human soul’s deepest needs. It brings a sense of calling and possibility to us as we approach the holiday season.
The Mystery of the Swaddling Cloths and the Salt with Keshet Journeys - Jerusalem
In this episode, Rabbi Jason builds from his teaching in episode 4, which explored the details surrounding where Yeshua was born (not a barn) and who came to visit Him (not ignorant rabble). One of the signs the angels said to look for was a baby wrapped in “swaddling cloths.” Could this be more than a baby outfit and point to Yeshua’s prophetic destiny?
The Mystery of the Manger and the Shepherds with Darren Mulligan of We Are Messengers
When you imagine Jesus in a manger what do you see? If the picture is based on popular artwork, you probably envision Him laying on a fluffy pile of hay, in a wooden box, and surrounded by all sorts of animals in a wooden barn. In this episode, Rabbi Jason Sobel unveils the oldest, undisputed truths of the Messiah’s birth…and they turn our images upside-down! Discover the authentic Nativity story and its rich meaning for your life today.
Birth of a Jewish King, The Mystery of the Virgin Birth with Rabbi Jason Sobel and Matthew West
One of the most outlandish claims of the Christian faith is that Yeshua-Jesus was born of a virgin. The early believers seem to have considered this claim as essential, considering it appears in the two main historic Christian confessions: the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds. Rabbi Jason leads us through clues sprinkled throughout the Scriptures, confirming that this supernatural claim is biblical.
I love this!! The perspective of this messianic Jewish Rabbi is so expansive, so exciting! So much of it rings true! I’m loving the insights into the Old and New Testaments and especially into my Savior, the Messiah Jesus Christ. Please, More!!
Please continue revealing more truth through these podcasts! Others need to know how to connect the OT and NT! So many Christians are missing the mark and you are bringing scripture to life! Thank you! Your book is AMAZING!
Please record more!
Knowing the Jewish origins & meaning behind Scripture is so important & enlightening. Understanding the culture, traditions, and Jewish law as Christ knew & experienced gives so much color & context that would otherwise be overlooked. Please keep the lessons coming!