This week Rabbi Glenn did a brief review, and then covered all of 1 Samuel 7. He then previewed where the study will be going next week with chapter 8.
This week Rabbi Glenn the events of 1 Samuel 4-5, and continued on to study all of chapter 6, through to 7:2.
This week Rabbi Glenn with some review and then studied 1 Samuel 4-5 in their entirety. There was also a few minutes for Q/A as well.
This week Rabbi Glenn briefly reviewed his approach to the study and the events of 1 Samuel 1:1 - 2:24, then went on to study the rest of chapter two and all of chapter 3. The focus was on the dramatically different trajectories of Eli and his sons as contrasted with that of Samuel. They were headed quickly downward morally and spiritually, whereas Samuel was
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed 1 Samuel 1 briefly, then went on to study 1 Samuel 2:1-24.
This week Rabbi Glenn began the study of David starting with 1 Samuel and covered 1 Samuel 1, along with some foundational ideas forming the basis of our study of the life of David.
This week Rabbi Glenn launched the new study of King David by going through his introductory notes (see below). He then read and discussed Judges 19-21, in order to set the historical situation into which Samuel would emerge, and through him, Saul and David. There was also about 10-15 minutes of Q/A. Short of Perfection… but Sufficient An
This week Rabbi Glenn previewed the next study on the life of King David.
This week Rabbi Glenn examined Scripture Twisting: 20 Ways the Cults Misread the Bible by James Sire and talked about common ways God's Word is twisted.
This week Rabbi Glenn finishes his study of Genesis.
Rabbi Glenn spends this week's Bible Study going over the biblical holiday of Shavuot.
This week during the Bible Study Rabbi Glenn went over Genesis 47:27-49:10.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued his study of Genesis with Genesis 46-47.
This week Rabbi Glenn returns and covered Genesis 43-45 (which Jerry taught last week) with a different focus, and then went on to teach through Genesis 46:7.
This week Jerry Weinstein covered the Bible Study for Rabbi Glenn. He continued the study in Genesis with Genesis 43-45:15, covering the conclusion of Joseph's deception with his brothers.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued the Bible Study with Genesis 41 and 42, eeing in Joseph's experiences a very powerful type of the Messiah.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Genesis 39 and 40 during the Bible Study.
This week Rabbi Glenn did a focused study of Scripture on why Messiah had to rise from the dead, and the significance of it happening on the 3rd day. He also read about Bikkurim, the holiday of First Fruits, and spent a little time in Q/A.
This week Rabbi Glenn studied Genesis 38 tonight (Judah and Tamar). He tied the importance of Judah to the genealogical line of Messiah Yeshua, and demonstrated how God's grace overrides the messes we make. Despite the grotesque circumstances surrounding the birth of Perez (and Zerah), God allowed Perez to be in the ancestral line of King David and of Messiah
This week Rabbi Glenn continued the Bible Study with Genesis 37.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed a few significant items from Genesis 35 and proceeded to study Genesis 36 - the generations of Esau.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed Genesis 33-35 in preparation for the next few weeks of the study.
This week Rabbi Loren lead the Bible Study. Last week's study was not recorded. Rabbi Loren's notes are below: Genesis 34-35 Jacob is one of the greatest men who ever lived. The Egyptians, one of the great civilizations of that time, gave him a funeral procession worthy of a king (see Genesis 50). He is one of the most important
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Genesis 30:25-32:2, the section that describes Jacob's desire to return to Canaan, the deal Laban strikes with Jacob to get all the speckled, spotted and striped animals, Jacob's ingenious method to increase his own flock, his eventual secret departure from Laban, Laban's pursuit of him and their meeting up and covenant agreement to leave one another alone.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered the Jacob/Leah/Rachel/Laban narrative in Genesis 29:1-30:24.