Tag Archives: Rosh Chodesh
The bible says there are blessings waiting for those who listen to God’s word. It also says there are curses if you disobey. In this audio I explain about both of these and we talk about Christmas and other holidays that many Christians celebrate.
Join Paul Nison and 9 others and we fellowship and talk about Bible topics.
People claim there are many books of the original Bible that are actually not part of today’s Bible. Some of the books are lost and only mentioned by name in scripture. However there are a good amount of books still available that were part of the original Bible but not in today’s current Bible. In this video I talk about this topic.
An online event featuring ministries across the Net!
Online Video Panel with:
Paul Nison – Torah LIfe Ministires http://torahlifeministries.org/
Lex B Meyer – Unlearn http://www.unlearnthelies.com/
Zachary Bauer – New2Torah http://www.new2torah.com/
Sal Baldovinos – T’shuva Ministries http://teshuvaministries.net/
Four ministries united in Torah bring you an hour-long video presentation and panel discussing current events as it relates to the Scriptures.
In this panel, the gentlemen introduce themselves and share their insights and testimonies on: Holy Days vs. Holidays – how we interact with our family & friends during the secular “Holiday Season”.
This will be a video that is shared that night (pre-recorded). Live events will happen in the future so you can interact with the panel!
The son of a traditional Rabbi, Jeremiah Greenberg was educated at the Hebrew Academy of Washington (DC), and the Talmudical Academy of Baltimore. During his teen years he became restless, seeking meaning and purpose in life, and eventually, at age 18, he left Judaism behind for a season, and went “the way of the world.”
Looking for answers, he became an active spiritual seeker in his early twenties, and eventually purchased a mountain farm in the hills of West Virginia, where he built a log cabin and lived pioneer style – for many years without even running water and electricity. He called his home a spiritual community. Although raised with a deep prejudice against Jesus, he eventually began to accept Him as an “Avatar,” that is “god in his generation.”
Since then, Jeremiah has remained rooted in the Messianic community, while seeing Jews and non-Jews as equals in the body of Messiah. Receiving the vision for Messianic Liturgical Resources over twenty years ago, he has used his strong traditional Jewish background to produce spiritual, Hebraic liturgical materials. Having a vision for many areas of Messianic congregational and home life, Jeremiah is very involved in a variety of activities within the Believing Community.
Jeremiah’s website is: