Sing praises
 Fleeing from Love of Money and Pursuing Godly Virtues
 Three Principles of Biblical Leadership
 Not by Might, Nor by Power
 Branch of Galilee Congregation
 The Heart of the Giver
 Special events this Shabbat
 Hope and the Hyacinth
 The Craze for Ancestry Information
 Victory and Persecution in Revelation

Series [All]
 Book reviews (3)
 Fruit of the Spirit (8)
 Israel's Restoration February 2018 (6)
 Israel's Restoration January 2018 (7)
 Israel's Restoration March 2018 (6)
 Jewish Roots (31)
 Psalms of Ascent (46)
 Sermons (45)
 The Mitzvah Book (100)



Friday, 31 July 2015
The Book of Hebrews

For Messianic Jews, the Book of Hebrews is a wonderful book. It presents the greatness of God's revelation in Yeshua in an unparalleled way, revealing Him as Prophet, King and - most of all - High Priest. The assertion of His deity is especially strong in chapter 1. The middle chapters of the book bring out the dimensions of the work of Yeshua as priest and sacrifice, primarily by contrasting His work with the priesthood and sacrificial system that foreshadowed and pointed toward His redeeming work. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, in which the High Priest entered the holiest part of the Tabernacle and sprinkled blood upon the Ark for the nation's sin, is the central Holy Day emphasized. In its sacrificial dimensions, Yom Kippur is the great pointer to Yeshua's work.

Jewish Roots, Chapter Four: Messianic Judaism - Difficult Passages

Posted By Daniel Juster, 10:20am Comment Comments: 0