Matthew 1b

Join Beth Tikkun as we continue our study in Matthew’s gospel. At the end of chapter one we are told that Yeshua was given His name because “He will save His people from their sins”. Exactly how does Yeshua do that? And what is salvation really? The answers may surprise you!


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Categories Apostolic Writings, Matthew, Media | Tags: , , | Posted on November 9, 2014

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  1. by ellen de winnaar

    On May 22, 2015

    Dear Grant this is day 48 of the Omer and we are preparing to have a feast on Shavuot (Sat eve) I was asked to draw up a Ketubah for this and I immediately thought of the teaching of yours where you explain the Jewish wedding and what promises it holds in for us waiting to be married on the Feast to come.
    What I want to know from you : do you have an example of the wording of a Ketubah ? I know it is the Commandments, however if I knew what the Ketubah looks like today, I might be able to draw one up maybe beginning with
    Song of Songs:
    My Beloved, How sweet if your love. How much better is it than mere wine. The perfume of your love is more fragrant than all the richest spices
    You are like a private garden, a spring that no one else can have, a fountain of My own…….. or is this unappropriate?

  2. by Teresa Daly

    On October 25, 2022

    Enjoying listening to the Matthew series! The point about the strong man was good, as the churches teach the opposite – so that was a good eye opener for me. However, after meditation, I have to disagree about a tantrum throwing child being ‘weak willed’. In Isaiah 7:15-16 it speaks of the child knowing enough to reject evil and choose good. A toddler for instance, is not yet of that stature. Looking at our current definition of the verb “will”, it means: “intend, purpose. decree, ordain. To determine by an act of choice.” Our will is a choice. So I would still agree with the term a ‘strong willed’ child because that child is doing everything in its power, by its choice, to get what it wants. When we submit our will to Father’s, it’s an altogether different matter. We become strong willed in choosing Father’s will, and not choosing our own will like the child.

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