It is more than just taking it; it is standing tall during tough times. From Huffington Post. Rabbi Silverman continues our study on Bereishit (The Book of Genesis) in chapter 24. This week Rabbi Elliot Klayman fills in for Rabbi Silverman with a Message on the meaning of Salvation in five stories. As Rosh Hashanah approaches, Rabbi Silverman examines the t'shuvah of Rosh Hashanah (repentance and returning to G-d). When we endure trials there is a reward for it. It is cleaving to God, let the storms rage as they may. Why Is Steadfastness So Important? Rabbi Silverman continues our study on Bereishit (The Book of Genesis) in chapter 32. where is the faultless human creature who can persevere in a good resolution, without sometimes failing and falling back?”, “If you want Allah to be persistent in granting you the thing you love, then be persistent in doing the things he loves.”, “...For like a rugged tree you are hard and sound at the core.”, “success awaits those who steadfastly commit to any requisite sacrifice”, “Ay, to the proof, as mountains are for winds, that shakes not, though they blow perpetually.”, “Folks can’t seem to realize that it isn’t a smooth talker we need in there but a steady man, a man with judgement. Rabbi Silverman returns to our study on Daniel, picking back up in chapter 6 of the Book of Daniel. The Director of the Ratio Christi Chapter at The Ohio State University, Eric Chabot, fills in for Rabbi Silverman this week with a Message from the Book of John, chapter 17, in the B'rit Hadasha (New Covenant). Rabbi Silverman examines the history and context of this Holiday. This week Rabbi Silverman discusses Idolatry, Culture, and Assimilation. Rabbi Silverman encourages us to reflect on the attributes of G-d as we approach the L-rd in prayer and prepare our hearts for the High Holidays. If you do not know how to deal with a situation ask God for His wisdom. For webmasters. Rabbi Silverman delivers an encouraging Message focusing on the life we have today in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah. Rabbi Silverman reflects Hosea 14:1-9 and encourages us to repentance, both inwardly and outwardly. LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said Rabbi Silverman continues to examine the themes of Rosh Hashanah, focusing on the Kingship of G-d in our lives. “Any heroine worth reading about will one day find herself on the moors of a devastating personal crisis. Messianic Studies Institute presents Dr. David Rudolph, Rabbi of Tikvat Israel Messianic Synagogue in Richmond, VA, with his message Dare To Share. Paul and the Invention of Gentile Identity among Jewish Communities, This week Dr. J. Brian Tucker of Moody Theological Seminary fills in for Rabbi Silverman, as the Messianic Studies Institute holds its Visiting Scholar Symposium. Unless I am convinced by the testimony of the Scriptures or by clear reason (for I do not trust either in the pope or in councils alone, since it is well known that they have often erred and contradicted themselves), I am bound by the Scriptures I have quoted and my conscience is captive to the Word of God. Reading Old Stories through New (Jewish) Eyes. The primary result is spiritual maturity. So fare I am about half way through chapter one. Rabbi Silverman examines this week's Torah portion and ask the question of the actions of Pinchas - G-dly Courage or Misguided Zeal? He is currently researching the status of offspring from intermarried couples in the Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Literature. In this Message, Rabbi Silverman discusses one account of Sukkot in the B'rit Hadasha (The New Covenant), examining The Book of John, chapter 7. Dr. Tucker delivers a Message titled "Paul and the Inven. Although it may have looked like a single-stroke breakthrough to those peering in from the outside, it was anything but that to people experiencing transformation from within. He even called Him the helper in John, but He will not help us unless we ask. Tags: http://hopeofisrael.info Steadfastness Contributed by Bo Dunford on Dec 21, 2000 (message contributor) based on 117 ratings (rate this sermon) | 8,342 views. Rabbi Silverman takes a closer look at this week's Torah Portion starting in Numbers 10:33. This week Rabbi Silverman discusses the 8th day of Pesach (Passover) and its significance. Rabbi Silverman examines the meaning of the holiday of Simchat Torah. be established by implementing these teachings in letter and spirit. Our journey through the Holidays comes to an end, and Rabbi Silverman explores Simchat Torah; the end of one journey, and the beginning of another.
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