The Parable of the Great Supper (מָשָל הָסְּעוּדָה הָגְדוֹלָה)

Gideon Levytam relays the important lesson that Jesus the Messiah taught in the Parable of the Great Supper. He warns all man against refusing God’s invitation to come to Him by faith and receive His offer of Salvation. Refusing God's invitation to receive forgiveness through Yeshua the Messiah meant eternal separation from God, once the door of Go…read more

Ephesians 1:5-7 - Predestinated, Redeemed, and Accepted in the Beloved Messiah (אֶל־הָאֶפְסִיִּים)

From Ephesians 1:5-7, Gideon Levytam shares how God, who is Sovereign, predestinated a people for Himself according to His own good pleasure and made them acceptable through His beloved Son, Jesus the Messiah, who by his death provided forgiveness of sins and complete redemption.

The Parable of the Invited Guests (מָשָל הָאוֹרְחִים הַקְּרוּאִים)

Gideon Levytam shows how in the Parable of the Invited Guests, Jesus the Messiah warns the religious leaders of His day not to seek prominence or an elevated position for themselves. Yeshua / Jesus, whose life here on earth is our greatest example, taught that God will humble the proud and exalt the humble.

The Eight Covenants of God - The New Covenant (הָבְרִית הָחָדָשָה)

Gideon Levytam presents the eighth and final covenant of God, called the New Covenant, Habrit Hachadashah. This unconditional covenant was made with both houses of Israel, who were divided. God calls Himself Israel’s Husband in Jeremiah 3:1-5, and promises to make a new unconditional covenant with Israel, unlike the conditional covenant of Mount Sinai. This New Covenant was established when the Lord Yeshua / Jesus the Messiah died for Sin and rose for the justification of all who believe in Him. While the New Covenant was made with the house of Israel, the church comes under the blessing of this New Covenant. Jeremiah 31:31-34. Hebrews 8:6-11, 10:14-17.

Ephesians 1:3-4 - Chosen and Blessed With Heavenly Spiritual Blessings (אֶל־הָאֶפְסִיִּים)

From Ephesians 1:3-4, Gideon Levytam emphasizes the biblical truth that believers in the Lord Jesus the Messiah, during this church age, were chosen by God before the foundation of the world. They are blessed with every spiritual blessing in heavenly places which they can already enjoy while still on earth.

The Parable of the Barren Fig Tree (מָשָל עֶץ הָתֶאֶנָה הָעָקָר)

Gideon Levytam explains that in the Parable of the Barren Fig Tree, Jesus the Messiah relates that God expects us to repent and believe, so that we can be fruitful. Those who refuse God’s grace are as a barren fig tree and will face God’s judgment.

The Eight Covenants of God - The Davidic Covenant (הָבְרִית עִם בֵית דָוִד הָמֶלֶך)

Gideon Levytam presents the seventh covenant of God, called the Davidic Covenant. This unconditional covenant was made with David, the king of Israel, and his lineage. Through Nathan the prophet, God promised that He would establish David's house, his throne and his kingdom forever, and that from his descendants the Messiah would be born. The Messiah would be born in order to be Israel’s king, He will reign over the house of Jacob forever and to His kingdom there will be no end. 2 Samuel 7:1-5, 11-16 and 1 Chronicles 17:7-15.

The Feast of Hanukkah (2021) (חָג חָנוּכָה)

Gideon Levytam presents the Feast of Hanukkah from God’s Word, showing the link between Hanukkah and the coming of Jesus, the promised Messiah. God preserved His people Israel from the Greek / Syrian King Antiochus, who had desecrated the Jerusalem Temple. In a miraculous way, He enabled the Maccabee led force to defeat Antiochus' army. Years later, the baby Yeshua / Jesus the Messiah was brought by Miriam, His mother, to this same rededicated Temple.

Ephesians 1:2 - Grace and Peace to the Faithful Saints (אֶל־הָאֶפְסִיִּים)

From Ephesians 1:2, Gideon Levytam elaborates on Paul's encouraging words to the Ephesians, a people set apart, beneficiaries of unmerited grace and peace that came from God the Father and His Son, Jesus the Messiah.

The Parable of the Rich Fool (הָאִיש הָכְסִיל הָעָשִיר)

In the Parable of the Rich Fool, Gideon Levytam points to the warnings of Jesus the Messiah against selfishness, covetousness, and hypocrisy, all of which are attributes of a foolish person who fails to thank God for all that he has.

The Eight Covenants of God - The Land of Canaan Covenant (בְרִית אֶרֶץ כְנָעַן)

Gideon Levytam presents the sixth covenant of God, called the Land of Canaan Covenant. This unconditional covenant of the land was originally promised to Abraham and his descendants for an everlasting possession recorded in Genesis 15:18, 17:8. It was reinstated by God to His people Israel just before they entered into the promised land of Canaan. Deuteronomy 29:1-29, 30:1-10.

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