The Parable of the Persistent Widow (מָשָל הָאָלְמָנָה הָמָתְמִידָה)

Gideon Levytam shows how in the Parable of the Persistent Widow, found in Luke 18:1-8, Jesus the Messiah taught His disciples the importance of always turning to God in prayer. Unlike men, God is just and Holy, He delights to hear the prayers of His people, who depend on Him, and in His time and according to His will, He will provide an answer.

Shabbat Meeting - Malachi 2 (מַלְאָכִי)

Live stream of the Holy Scriptures and Israel Shabbat Meeting with Gideon Levytam on April 30, 2022.

The Seven I AMs of Jesus the Messiah - The Vine (אָנֹכִי הַגֶּפֶן)

Gideon Levytam presents the seventh and the final I AM statement found in John 15:1,5 - "I Am the Vine” (אָנֹכִי הַגֶּפֶן). In the upper room in Jerusalem, just before departing for the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus the Messiah encouraged His disciples to abide close to Him. Although, He was soon to die as a sacrifice on a Roman cross, Yeshua graciously explained to His troubled followers that He was the True Vine to whom they were linked. If they were to bring fruit for God in their lives, they must abide close to him.

Ephesians 2:11-13 - Once Without God, Now Made Nigh by the Blood of Messiah

From Ephesians 2:11-13, Gideon Levytam points to the spiritual and eternal blessings that non Jewish believers in Jesus the Messiah possess, when they turn to Him in faith. They were once excluded from citizenship in Israel, foreigners to the covenants with God, and without hope. Through faith in the person and work of Jesus the Messiah, who died as a sacrifice for them, they are now brought nigh to God.

The Parable of the Master and Servant (מָשָל הָאָדוֹן וֶהָמֶשָרֶת)

In the Parable of the Master and the Servant, found in Luke 17:7-10, Jesus the Messiah was preparing His disciples for His departure, through His death and resurrection. Gideon Levytam points to the fact that in this Parable, Yeshua teaches them regarding the need to serve God and His people, willingly and faithfully, which is the duty and responsibility of every true servant. And that when his time of service will come to an end, the faithful servant will count it both an honour and privilege to have served God.

The Seven I AMs of Jesus the Messiah - The Way, the Truth, and the Life

Gideon Levytam presents the sixth of the Seven I AM statements found in John 14:6 - "I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life“ (הַדֶּרֶךְ וְהָאֱמֶת וְהַחַיִּים). Jesus the Messiah was about to die on a roman cross. His disciples were troubled and sad, knowing He would be leaving them. Yeshua comforts them with the promise that He would return and receive them to His Father’s house in heaven. Jesus the Messiah assured them on the basis of God’s Word, that He is the WAY to God, that TRUTH is found in Him and that He is the LIFE giver, to anyone who believes on Him. Watch the Series: - Introduction: - The Bread of Life: - The Light of the World: - The Door: - The Good Shepherd: - The Resurrection and the Life: - The Way, the Truth, and the Life: The Holy Scriptures and Israel was founded for the purpose of sharing God’s word with the Jewish people. You can learn more about our ministry at

Ephesians 2:4-10 - Saved by Messiah's Grace and Not By Man's Works

From Ephesians 2:4-10, Gideon Levytam points to the kindness of God who is rich in mercy. God extended His grace to the world by sending the promised Messiah, who died as a substitute for the sins of the world. Whoever believes God’s word and receives Yeshua / Jesus the Messiah is forgiven and possess life eternal. This great salvation is entirely God’s gift of grace, it has nothing to do with man's good works.

The Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus (מָשָל הָאִיש הָעָשִיר וֶאֶלִיעֶזֶר הָקָבְצָן)

Gideon Levytam explains that In the Parable of the Rich man and Lazarus the beggar, found in Luke 16:19-31, Jesus the Messiah teaches the necessity of making things right with God in preparation for life after death, not only for the here and now. Yeshua gives the example of two men, one rich, the other a beggar, and how their life choices determined their eternal destiny. The poor man trusted in God’s provision for forgiveness of sins, while the rich man trusted in his own temporary wealth. One was assured eternal joy and blessing, the other eternal torment.

The Seven I AMs of Jesus the Messiah - The Resurrection and the Life (הַתְּקוּמָה וְהַחַיִּים)

Gideon Levytam presents the fifth of the Seven I AM statements found in John 11:25 - "I Am The Resurrection and the Life" (אָנֹכִי הַתְּקוּמָה וְהַחַיִּים). By proclaiming to be the Resurrection and the Life, Jesus the Messiah gave hope to the grieving family of Eliezer/Lazarus who had just died, promising that he would rise again. While God's Word assures us that every person who has lived and died will one day rise again for the day of judgment, Yeshua, the Son of God, claimed that those who believed in Him would be resurrected to possess eternal life.

Ephesians 2:1-3 - Once Dead in Sins, Now Alive Through Jesus the Messiah

From Ephesians 2:1-3, Gideon Levytam emphasizes the amazing transformation to those who come to trust in the person and work of the Lord Yeshua / Jesus the Messiah. They are transformed from being spiritually dead in trespasses and sins, living for the world and the flesh, to being spiritually alive, living for the glory of God.

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