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Matthew 5:13-15 and Luke 6:46-49 (Matthew 7:24-27) Fact: you are salt “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled by men.” Sodium chloride, a.k.a. salt, is absolutely essential for human life. Salt is
This week Rabbi Glenn took a break to do a Q & A, answering a variety of questions.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued his study of Isaiah with Isaiah 63-64
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 62 during the study.
“God works in mysterious ways!” You hear it all the time. Sometimes you hear it from people you’re pretty sure don’t even believe in God. It’s become an expression people use when things go very unexpectedly, but turn out well. It’s like saying, “Boy, I didn’t see that coming,” but since things turned out okay, you chalk it up to
Kanye West has apparently gotten serious about the Lord. I was really happy to hear about it, but apparently, I underestimated how significant this was for a lot of people. For the next several weeks, it seems like it was wall-to-wall Kanye. Kanye releases a Gospel album. Kanye leads worship services. Kanye makes a guest appearance at Joel Osteen’s stadium.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 60 continuing the study of Isaiah.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued the study of Isaiah with Isaiah 59.
Just this past month, on October 2, the trial of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger came to a close. She was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the murder of Botham Jean, a man who lived in the same apartment complex. On September 6, 2018, returning home from work, Guyger walked into Jean’s apartment, for some reason thinking
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 58 (with corollary readings in Isaiah 1, Zechariah 7 and Matthew 23).
One day, two little kids, brothers, were playing “Noah’s Ark” in the bathtub, and they made an impromptu ark with a few animals. After the “flood” subsided (meaning bath time was over), and they were in their pajamas, they decided to also act out Noah’s sacrifice when he came off the ark. One of the boys said to his brother,
This week Rabbi Glenn covered Isaiah 56:9-57:21.
This week Rabbi Glenn did a Q/A and discuss issues, including: The historical roots of replacement theology The significance of animal sacrifices in the Millennial Temple Taking every opportunity to engage with people about the Gospel (phone, store, restaurants [and why it's important to tip well]) Reckoning with the times in which we live (exciting - with the regathering in
This week Rabbi Glenn studied Isaiah 56:1-8, with a number of corollary readings about God bringing Jews and people from all nations to Himself.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued his study of Isaiah with Isaiah 54-55.
Here we are – once again approaching the most delightful of holidays, Sukkot – the Feast of Booths, or Shelters, or Tabernacles; the seventh of the annual God-given holidays found in Leviticus chapter 23; completing the cycle of these sacred times. Whatever name you choose to call it, Sukkot is, I think, the most joyous of celebrations, and the most
This week Rabbi Glenn went over the study from last week, discussed the article "Mystery of the Messiah", and an excerpt from Rachmiel Frydland's "The Rabbis' Dilemma: A Look at Isaiah 53". He also took questions.
The story is told of a man who was a lover of old books. One day he ran into an acquaintance who, in the course of their conversation, casually mentioned that he had recently thrown away a Bible that had been stored in the attic of his family’s home for generations. “I couldn't read it,” the friend explained. “Somebody named