Learning from Levertoff

Fear and Love[05]

Messianic Rabbi Tzahi Shapira expounds on the third chapter of Paul Philip Levertoff's work Love and the Messianic Age. Shapira powerfully illustrates the importance of hospitality as an act of partnering with God. This partnership enables the chasid (devoted follower) to be spiritually nourished by God and also, as illustrated by the book of Proverbs, this partnership also empowers the chasid to actually support God's work in this world.

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Learning from Levertoff[12 Videos]


  • Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels
  • Learning from Levertoff
  • Levertoff
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  • The Didache
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