This week Rabbi Glenn spent a little time discussing President Trump's announcement about recognition of Jerusalem and the planned relocation of the embassy. Then he did a bit of review of 1 Samuel 21 and 22, and went on to study the entirety of 1 Samuel 23.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued his study in 1 Samuel with 1 Samuel 21 and 22.
Back from Israel, Rabbi Glenn reviewed 1 Samuel through 1 Samuel 20.
Rabbi Loren taught the Bible Study again this week and covered 1 Samuel 20.
Rabbi Loren covered the Bible Study this week for Rabbi Glenn and covered 1 Samuel 18 And 19.
After reviewing the themes of 1 Samuel and 1 Samuel 16, Rabbi Glenn then covered all of 1 Samuel 17.
Rabbi Glenn continued the study this week with 1 Samuel 16.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered 1 Samuel 15, specifically Saul's abject failure in dealing with the Amalekites.
For Rosh Hashanah, Rabbi Glenn took the Bible study through the Akedah, the binding of Issac and had a short Q & A.
This week Rabbi Glenn's study of The Life Of David continued with 1 Samuel 13-14.2
This week Jerry Weinstein covered the Bible Study for Rabbi Glenn and taught on Spiritual Disciplines, focusing on the Spiritual Discipline of Celebration or Joy. Much of the study came from Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster and The Life You’ve Always Wanted: Spiritual Disciplines for ordinary people John Ortberg. The notes from the study are below: 12 Spiritual Disciplines
This week Rabbi Glenn continued the study through the life of David by covering 1 Samuel 8-10.
This week Jerry Weinstein covered the Bible Study for Rabbi Glenn. He lead a special study on the idea of Tzedakah, Tithing, and Stewardship throughout Scripture. The notes from this study will be available later.
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.