Messianic Audio Recorded Bible Studies
Current series: See the Audio Archive in the controller toward the bottom of this page.
There is an old religious truism known as "viva vox evangelii," or "the voice brings life to the Gospel." We are in the process of adding representative audio recordings of Bible Studies and Worship at our past services. These studies are in-depth presentations combining Scriptural precepts with a real-world application for each of our lives. The first audio files below are representative short selections from prior studies, and the Archive following contains several full-length Biblical studies. We know that these talks will be a real blessing to you!
OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK OF EPHESIANS
Scripture text: Ephesians 1:1-3
Who is the Apostle addressing in this epistle? Who are the saints and who are the faithful? What constitutes religious "awe"? What is the TaNaKh (Old Testament) understanding of this important matter? Here is an introduction and overview of the Book of Ephesians from a Messianic perspective! This study is a selection from a larger exposition delivered recently at Bet Yeshurun Assembly. (Running time: 4-1/2 minutes)
ADOPTED INTO THE FAMILY OF ELOHIM!
Scripture texts: Ephesians 1:5-6; Leviticus 10:8-11; Ezekiel 22:24-26
In the first chapter of Ephesians, the Apostle speaks of presenting our bodies as a Holy Living Sacrifice. Have we profaned Yah's Holy things and not put a difference between the Holy and the profane? How are we adopted into the family of Elohim? Here is the answer, taken from a portion of a larger study of Ephesians. (Running time: 5-1/2 minutes)
HIS LOVE PERFECTED IN US!
Scripture texts: 1 John 4:7-12; Romans 13:9-10; Leviticus 16:32-34
We are told that love is of Elohim and Elohim is love. In this presentation, we look at both the basic and allegorical meaning of love. Scripture states that love is the fulfilling of the Torah, or Law of Yah. What does this mean for us? Although it is popular today to assert believer's freedom from the Law, Messiah attested that if we love Him, we will keep His Commandments. We look at this subject from both testaments. This is an excerpt from a larger study presented recently at Bet Yeshurun Assembly. (Running time: 5-1/2 minutes)
The Book of Ruth Series
Scripture texts: Ruth chapters 1 through 4
Elder Ron explains that this wonderful book is a "remez" with a prophetic picture of the end times. It is not only a historical study of a girl named Ruth, but is full of typology and meaning for us today. These are complete messages presented at recent Sabbath worship services, and will help you to understand the beautiful lessons that are contained within this ancient book. Three lecture discussions are here presented in full, covering each of the important four chapters of Ruth. Each message is less than an hour in length and full of "Biblical meat" for your Scriptural understanding and walk in faith. Select these interesting three studies in the Archive below.
The Book of Numbers Series
Hebrew name: Be-Midbar, "In the Wilderness"
The Book of Numbers Series
Hebrew name: Be-Midbar, "In the Wilderness"
An overview of each individual lesson is posted below the Archive. We have embarked upon an interesting current study of the important Book of Numbers, or in Hebrew known as Be-Midbar. "Numbers" is much more than just a list of people and census data. In types and shadows it is a guide to lead believers through the wilderness of the modern world and into the promised land of Messiah's kingdom. Begin your journey with us by selecting chapter 1 of this study in the Archive below:
Numbers chapter 2 overview: You've got to let the flesh man die or you cannot live in the Spirit. So pick up your cross and follow Him! Fleshly Old Testament Israel was sentenced to die in the Wilderness, but our Spiritual "Second Man" will lead us into the Promised Land. The only Israelite to come out of Egypt and live to enter the Promised Land was Joshua, whose name and character were a foretype of Yahushuah, our Messiah. The Book of Numbers is a wonderful lesson and guide in types and shadows for those of us living today. You will enjoy and benefit from this study of an ancient book. Yah bless!
Numbers chapter 3 overview: Israel as a whole is a parallel to a new convert in Yahshuah. They had their baptism when they went through the Red Sea and were baptized in the Wilderness by the Cloud at day and Pillar of Fire at night. Or at least they would have received their fiery baptism if they had not prevented it by their actions when Moshe [Moses] went up the mountain to receive Yah's commands for them. There are a number of parallels...the children of Israel coming out of Egypt as we are to come out of the world: "Come out of her, my people" (Rev. 18:4) and into the body of Yahshuah. As Israel came out of a physical Wilderness we are to come out of the spiritual wilderness of the present world. The same things that they had to go through are the same things that we're going to have to go through. It is my prayer that in light of this study people will see where they are in the scheme of things in the midst of this wilderness. Let us learn a lesson from our Schoolmaster, the Scriptures which is prepared to teach us. Let us learn from the mistakes of others so that we do not have to make them ourselves!
Numbers chapter 4, part 1 overview: The fourth chapter of Numbers gives us a reason for the hope that is in us. When we come to faith in Yah, His Word, and Promises, we come under the covenant that protects us! This study covers the first eight verses of Numbers Chapter 4 and reviews the parts of the Tabernacle and its symbolism for us under the New Covenant.
Numbers chapter 4, part 2 overview: This picks up where we left off last week, and begins with the ninth verse of the fourth chapter of Numbers. Join us in this interesting discussion.
Numbers chapter 4, part 3: Conclusion of this chapter.
Number chapter 5: Continuation of our series.
Numbers chapter 6: Continuation of our series.
Numbers chapter 7, part 1. Put your scuba gear on, as we are going to get into deeper water in this message, with a look at the meaning of the Hebrew word usage in chapter 7, verses 1 through 41. The congregation especially enjoyed this study.
Numbers chapter 7, part 2. We pick up at verse 42 of this chapter. This chapter is a depiction of Messiah. As Messiah said, pick up your torture stake and follow him; this message is a guide for us to learn to follow him. Those who hear and obey will be those who bring forth much fruit!
Numbers chapter 8: Continuation of our series.
Numbers chapter 9: Continuation of our series.
Spiritual Fornication: Scripture texts: Revelation 12:9 and First Corinthians 3:18; the spirit of deception is found everywhere. Bro. Arzell discusses the way-error-doctrine of Balaam and the meaning of error, truth, and doctrine. The Hebrew word for error (meer-maw; H4820) meaning fraud, false, feigned, guile, subtlety, or treachery is examined through the Scriptures. Finally a look at running the race with some Spiritual precepts gleaned from Runners World magazine.