Love and the Gospel of John, Part 1
Join Rabbi Joshua Brumbach as he delves into some ideas from Paul Philip Levertoff's book Love and the Messianic Age. In this edition Brumbach explains how imitation of the Messiah is to love. Love is what connects us to God and connects us to others.
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Learning from Levertoff[12 Videos]
For many centuries, Jewish people have put faith in Yeshua, only to be absorbed and assimilated into Christianity. Modern Messianic Judaism was ignited in the mid-1800s as Christians of Jewish descent began to assert the value of their Jewish identity.
Extensive Commentary on the Book
Vine of David has created the Love and the Messianic Age, Study Guide and Commentary to expand on the deep concepts in Paul Philip Levertoff's book. The Guide explains them, and connects them to the words of Yeshua and the apostles, and is a great resource for study and meditation.
True faith that lasts is not sustained on experiencing signs and wonders but on working out our faith “with fear and trembling” (Philippians 2:12). That’s what this period of counting the Omer is all about and this is the lesson that the Master taught to Thomas.