Ephesians 3:9-13 - God’s Eternal Purpose Through Jesus the Messiah

From Ephesians 3:9-13, Gideon Levytam relays the longings of Paul’s heart, that all men, and the rulers of the unseen world, would know God’s manifold wisdom and His eternal purpose through the church. In His love and grace, God provided a way for every believer in Jesus the Messiah, to enter into an eternal fellowship with the living God. …read more

Shabbat Meeting - Ecclesiastes 2:1-10 (קֹהֶלֶת)

Live stream of the Holy Scriptures and Israel Shabbat Meeting with Gideon Levytam on July 2, 2022.

Daniel 2:1-16 - Nebuchadnezzar Asks Daniel to Interpret His Dream (דָנִיאֶל)

From Chapter 2:1-16 of the prophecy of Daniel, (דָנִיאֶל), brother Gideon Levytam shows how God, in His providence, raised up the Babylonian empire to be the first kingdom to rule the world during the “Times of the Gentiles”, mentioned in Luke 21:24. God supernaturally caused the King of Babylon to have a dream which troubled him, causing him to seek the meaning and interpretation of his dream. All the wise men of Babylon were unable to tell the King his dream and were in danger of losing their lives. Daniel, the young Hebrew captive, requested that the king give him some time to turn to his God, who would reveal the king's dream and it's interpretation.

Shabbat Meeting - Ecclesiastes 1:9-18 (קֹהֶלֶת)

Live stream of the Holy Scriptures and Israel Shabbat Meeting with Gideon Levytam on June 25, 2022.

Ephesians 3:4-8 - The Unsearchable Riches of Messiah Among the Gentiles

From Ephesians 3:4-8, Gideon Levytam recounts the overwhelming privilege that Shaul / Paul felt, in being chosen by God, to preach among the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Jesus the Messiah. Paul, a forgiven sinner, and now a servant of Yeshua, counted himself unworthy of God’s grace, calling himself the least of all believers. He was grateful, that God had positionally united in one body, Jews and Gentiles, who believed in the redemptive work of Christ / Messiah.

Shabbat Meeting - Ecclesiastes 1:2-11 (קֹהֶלֶת)

Live stream of the Holy Scriptures and Israel Shabbat Meeting with Gideon Levytam on June 18, 2022.

Daniel 1:9-21 - Faithfulness of the Hebrew Boys in Babylon (דָנִיאֶל)

From Chapter 1:9-21 of the prophecy of Daniel, (דָנִיאֶל), brother Gideon Levytam points to Daniel’s faith in His God, and the Divine favour which God placed on him and the Hebrew children in Babylon. Daniel, along with Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, determined to honour their God and not be defiled with the king’s meat, which had been offered to idols. After ten days of testing, where they only ate pulse and drank water, the appearance of the godly Hebrews was fairer than all those who ate the defiled Babylonian food. Thus, God was honoured, and He watched over Daniel and the Hebrew children, gifting them with all knowledge, skill, learning and wisdom, which they used for God’s glory.

Ephesians 3:3 - Present Dispensation, A Mystery of Christ / Messiah

From Ephesians 3:3 Gideon Levytam continues to point to the revealed mystery of Messiah, which is known as the present day church age. While Israel the nation still awaits its national salvation, those who believe God’s Word, and believe in His Son Jesus the Messiah, become part of the revealed mystery of Christ, called the church / assembly of God.

Shabbat Meeting - Ecclesiastes 1:1-3 (קֹהֶלֶת)

Live stream of the Holy Scriptures and Israel Shabbat Meeting with Gideon Levytam on June 11, 2022.

Daniel 1:3-8 - Paganism Imposed on Captive Jewish Children (דָנִיאֶל)

From Chapter 1:3-8 of the prophecy of Daniel, (דָנִיאֶל), brother Gideon Levytam relays the difficult challenges that the captive Jewish boys experienced during the Babylonian captivity, (גָלוּת בָּבֶל). Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, forced them to learn the Babylonian language and pagan teachings, their food and customs, even exchanging their godly Hebrew names for names of their pagan idols. Despite Nebuchadnezzar’s attempts to make Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah forget the God of Israel, their God watched over them and preserved them.

Ephesians 2:19-22 - A Spiritual Temple, United Through Messiah

From Ephesians 2:19-22, Gideon Levytam emphasizes the unity of all true believers, which they have positionally in Jesus the Messiah, in this present church age. By His death and resurrection, Yeshua became the chief corner stone of a spiritual temple, built by God through His Holy Spirit (בְּרוּחַ אֱלׂהִים) and composed of all true believers in Jesus the Messiah, both Jew and Gentile alike.

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