This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 14 and compared it to Ezekiel 28. The second session's Messianic prophecy was on Daniel 9:24-26.
This week Rabbi Glenn studied Isaiah 12-13. The second session was a study of the messianic prophecy of Isaiah 31:31-34 (and bonus study of vss. 35-37, that Israel will NEVER be destroyed).
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed the first half of Isaiah 11, and went on to finish the chapter. In the process he also looked at Jeremiah 23:5-8, which doubled as themessianic prophecy of the week. There was also a short Q/A.
This week was a special study dedicated to Isaiah 52:13-53:12 with a Q/A as well.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 10:20-11:10.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 9:8-10:19, in the second session he covered the Messianic prophecy found in Isaiah 50:6.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed the historical context of Isaiah 8, the coming Assyrian invasion, and went on to study Isaiah 9:1-7. In the second session, the messianic prophecy studied was Isaiah 49:5-7.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed 2 Chronicles 28, a summary of Ahaz's kingship and failed alliance with Assyria. He then reviewed Isaiah 7:1-16, and then proceeded to complete the rest of Isaiah 7 and all of Isaiah 8 8. The second session was the prophecy of Isaiah 42:1-7, God's righteous, compassionate Servant who brings His light to the nations.
This week Rabbi Glenn studied Isaiah 7:1-16, the prophecy of Immanuel. In the second session, he continued with Isaiah 7:14 and also read Matthew 1:18-25 to see its fulfillment.
This week Rabbi Glenn studied Isaiah 6, discussing the great vision, and Isaiah's calling to be a prophet. In the second session the prophecy of Isaiah 28:16 (the Stone laid in Zion) was compared with Psalm 118:22 (the Stone the builders rejected).
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed selections from Isaiah 3 (Judah's transgressions in light of what the Torah teaches about widows, orphans, aliens), and the Vineyard song of 5:1-7. Then he went on to complete Isaiah 5 (verses 8-30).
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed the historical context and a few highlights of Isaiah 4, and went on to study Isaiah 5:1-7 (the song of the beloved vineyard owner), and compared that with Yeshua's parable of the vineyard owner in Matthew 21:33-44. The Messianic prophecy we studied in the second session was Isaiah 9:1-7.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 3:13 - Isaiah 4. For the second session on Messianic prophecy he covered Isaiah 2:1-4.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed Isaiah 2:1-9, and went on to cover the rest of Isaiah 2, as well as Isaiah 3 through Isaiah 3:12. In the second segment, we studied the prophecies of Genesis 49:1-10 (esp. verses 8-10), and Psalm 118:22-23.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 2:1-9. Session 2 was a study of the prophecy of Psalm 22.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 1, with a focus on Ahaz' dismal rule and the moral decline of Judah (cf. 2 Chronicles 28). The second session on messianic prophecy covered Deuteronomy 18:15-19.
This week Rabbi Glenn began his study of Isaiah. Each week will be divided into two sessions. The first part will be a study of Isaiah and the second session will be an ongoing study of various Messianic prophecies. Below is Rabbi Glenn's introductory notes. Faithful Wounds An Introduction to the Book and Prophecies of Isaiah Congregation Shema Yisrael Bible
This morning I’ll be sharing the first of a two-part message on what it means to serve; serving within Messiah’s Community, and serving those outside the Faith. Serving, not grudgingly, but gratefully. And to illustrate how crucial it is to your soul that you serve others, let’s talk about water. I grew up in southern California, where typically, you have
This past Thursday, May 14th, marked the 67th anniversary of Israel’s declaration of independent statehood. For those who know and love God and believe His Word, it is a modern-day miracle and the fulfillment of biblical prophecy – an historical event to be celebrated. Yom Yerushalayim, Jerusalem Day, which takes place on the 28th of Iyyar on the Hebrew calendar,
Rabbi Glenn begins a short study of the prophecies of Isaiah.
The arrival of the Son of God, followed by His sinless life, atoning death and resurrection are among the most important events in history. Not surprisingly, the Creator gave the prophets of the Chosen People detailed information about these events to help us identify the Messiah and understand Him and His ministry. Isaiah was given more information about the Messiah
It should be obvious that all is not well on Planet Earth. God's supernatural communiqué, the Bible, accurately analyzes the human dilemma and tells us the solution. It contains prophecies about a special individual who will come to Planet Earth to solve our problems. The prophets of Israel call Him the Anointed One - the Messiah. One of the most