Evangelism

Romans 11 Part 1 – God Has Not Rejected His People

God Has Not Rejected His People - For Many Reasons; God Expects Gentile Christians To Make The Jewish People Jealous; And Bring Us The Good News So far in his letter to Messiah’s Community in Rome, the Rabbi has informed us that God has saved us with a great salvation, a salvation that we have not earned or deserved. We

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Romans 11 Part 2 – God Has Not Rejected His People

In this chapter, the Apostle to the Gentiles is dealing with a very important question: “Did God reject His people? ” - referring to the nation of Israel. The Rabbi gives many reasons why God has not rejected His people. In the first part of this chapter, he gave us some. He answered his own question, not with a Replacement

By | January 7th, 2017|Categories: Combating Replacement Theology, Commentaries by Rabbi Loren, Evangelism, Most Important Teachings, Sermons by Rabbi Loren|Tags: , |Comments Off on Romans 11 Part 2 – God Has Not Rejected His People

Total Depravity of Man

It's important to understand the nature of man. If we don't understand who we are, if we don't diagnose the human condition properly, we won't look to the right solution for our problems; we won't go to the right source to get the help that we need - and we desperately need help; and we won't reach the amazing goal

By | April 20th, 2013|Categories: Evangelism, Sermons by Rabbi Loren, Theology|Tags: |Comments Off on Total Depravity of Man

Apologetics – Defending What We Believe

APOLOGETICS: IS YESHUA THE MESSIAH? “Is Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah?” If He is the Messiah, this has the most profound implications for each individual, and also for the entire human race. To answer that question, first we need to answer some preliminary questions: Is there a God who sent the Messiah? How can we know anything authoritative about God and

By | March 9th, 2013|Categories: Evangelism, Why We Believe What We Believe|Tags: |Comments Off on Apologetics – Defending What We Believe

Setting the Record Straight: Clearing up Myths and Misperceptions about Jewish People and Evangelism

Let’s face it - many of us are guilty at times of stereotyping - having over-generalized ideas about groups of people. Among those of good will it’s harmless enough and, if we’re willing to have a good laugh at ourselves, can even make for good comedy (good humor is based in part on truth). But there are times when misconception

By | October 25th, 2012|Categories: Articles by Rabbi Glenn, Evangelism, FAQs|Tags: |Comments Off on Setting the Record Straight: Clearing up Myths and Misperceptions about Jewish People and Evangelism

FAQs About Outreach and Evangelism

Question: What would a Gentile church have to look like in order to provoke the Jewish community to jealousy? Answer: There are a number of things that a church can do to fulfill the calling of Gentile Believers to "make the Jewish people jealous." Here are some suggestions: Emphasize the ongoing importance of Israel in the plans of God. Emphasize

By | October 12th, 2012|Categories: Evangelism, FAQs|Tags: |Comments Off on FAQs About Outreach and Evangelism

Sharing Yeshua Seminar – Shorter Version

Reasons For Bringing The Good News  To Jewish People • Gentile Christians (“Gentiles” are those who are from any people or nation other than Israel) are exhorted to bring the Good News to the Jewish people as their first evangelistic priority. Even though Paul was the Apostle to the Gentiles, he instructed the Christians in the heart of the Roman Empire

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Sharing Yeshua Seminar – Longer Version

WHY SHARE THE GOOD NEWS WITH JEWISH PEOPLE? Jewish evangelism is possible. God promised that there would be a faithful remnant of Jewish people who would turn to the Messiah (Messianic Jews) in every generation (Romans 11:5), especially as we enter the Last Days, when eventually all of Israel will be saved (Romans 11:26). The 1990 Jewish Population Survey, published

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