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Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Bathed in the bright light

Seth Klayman explains how traditional prayer has been helpful for some Messianic Jews:

For Messianic Jews, all prayers are offered (explicitly or implicitly) in Messiah Yeshua, and on the merit of his death and resurrection. In fact, for many Messianic Jews, it is faith in Yeshua that has brought them back to Jewish worship forms. They have found the traditional elements of the worship services to be "entirely bathed in the bright light of Yedhua's revelation. (Chapter three, page 57)

All our journies are different - has your faith in Yeshua enhanced how you use the traditional Jewish prayers or do you find other prayers more engaging?

Have you successfully found forms of prayer and worship which are "bathed in the bright light of Yeshua's revelation"? If not, how can you create them?

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