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.

Ephesians 1:1 - Introduction to the Book of Ephesians (אֶל־הָאֶפְסִיִּים)

Beginning the study on the Book of Ephesians, Gideon Levytam provides us with an introduction to the letter which the apostle Shaul / Paul wrote to the assembly of believers in the city of Ephesus.

The Parable of the Friend at Midnight (מָשָל הָיָדִיד בָחָצוֹת הָלָילָה)

Gideon Levytam explains the Parable of the Friend at Midnight where Jesus the Messiah urges His people to be earnestly and continually in prayer to God, without making excuses for their lack of sufficient prayer time. Jesus reveals God’s desire that his people pray frequently, just as a friend in need is persistent in asking for help, even when it is inconvenient.

The Eight Covenants of God - The Mount Sinai Covenant (בְרִית הָר-סִינָי)

Gideon Levytam presents the fifth covenant, the Mount Sinai Covenant, also known as the Law of Moses, which God made with the people of Israel after He redeemed them out of bondage from the land of Egypt. God gave His people Israel the Holy Torah / The Law, separating them from all the other nations. This covenant is a conditional covenant and is the second of the five covenants which God made specifically with His earthly people of Israel. Exodus 19:1-8, Exodus 24:8 - Deuteronomy 28:68.

The Parable of the Good Samaritan (מָשָל הָשוֹמְרוֹנִי הָטוֹב)

Gideon Levytam explains that in the Parable of the Good Samaritan, Jesus the Messiah graciously responds to two questions asked by an expert in religious law. The first question being, "What shall I do to inherit eternal life?" and the second question, "Who is my neighbour?". Jesus points the man to God, who in grace sent the promised Messiah to lift up a helpless humanity, that needs someone to heal their wounds caused by sin.

The Eight Covenants of God - The Abrahamic Covenant (הָבְרִית עִם אַבְרָהָם)

Gideon Levytam presents the forth covenant of God, known as the Abrahamic Covenant. This fourth covenant is unconditional and is the first of the five covenants which God made with His earthly people Israel. God called Abram out of all the peoples of the earth, promising him and his descendants a land for their eternal possession. He also promised that they would become a great nation and that through Abraham's seed (the Messiah) blessing would flow to all the families of the earth. Genesis 12:1-3. 13:14-18. 15:1-6, 18-21. 17:1-5, 9-14. 22:15-18

The Parable of the Money Lender (מָשָל מָלְווֶה הָכְסָפִים)

Gideon Levytam examines the Parable of the Moneylender where Jesus the Messiah teaches a self righteous Pharisee of God’s forgiveness, even towards a former prostitute who by faith turned to God, repenting of her sins.

The Eight Covenants of God - The Noahic Covenant (הָבְרִית עִם נוֹח)

Gideon Levytam presents the third covenant that God made with men, called The Noahic Covenant. This third covenant was made after God’s judgment on the world by flood, wherein God promised Noah that none of his descendants would ever again be judged by a flood of water. God also gave Noah a sign of His covenant, by placing a bow in the cloud. Genesis 9:1-17

The Parable of the Seed Growing of Itself (מָשָל הָזֶרָע הָגָדֶל מֶעָצְמוֹ)

Gideon Levytam explains the important teaching found in the Parable of the Seed Growing of Itself. In this parable, Jesus the Messiah declares that when God’s Word is faithfully preached, the Holy Spirit will work in the hearts of the hearers, causing His Word to grow and bear fruit.

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