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  1. PENING low the Shofar 2 2 2 2

  2. PENING Why do we blow the Shofar? Exodus 19:16 “On the morning of the third day there was thunder and lightning, with a thick cloud over the mountain, and there was the sounding of a very loud SHOFAR blast. Everyone in the camp trembled.” Because this is the way G-D begins sacred assemblies 3 3 3 3

  3. abbath Lighting Baruch Attaw Adoni Elohaynu Melech Ha Olam Asher kidshanu bimitzvotav venatanu lechad likner shell Shabbat 4 4 4 4 4

  4. HEMA ISRAELHear oh Israel Shema Israel Adoni Elohaynu (Hear oh Israel the L-RD our G-D) Adoni Echad (The L-RD is one) 5 5 5 5 5

  5. hy do we recite/sing the SHEMA? Because Messiah said it was the greatest Commandment Mark 12:28-29 28 And one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, and perceiving that He had answered them well, asked Him, “Which is the greatest commandment of all?” 29 And Jesus answered him, “The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord:” 6 6 6 6 6

  6. e-nay Ma TovBehold how good - Psalm 133:1Am He-Nay Maw tove Behold how good Oo-maw nye—eem And how pleasant it is Shevet aw-heem For brothers to dwell Gum Yaw Hawd In unity 7 7 7

  7. menCL 3A A-men ….A-men….A-men, A-men, A-men Baw-rouk Ha-Shem, Baw-rouk Ha-Shem, Blessed be the Name, blessed be the Name Baw-rouk Ha-Shem Me-she-ach Blessed be the Name of Messiah 8 8 8

  8. -Seh ShalomCL3 Play Em Em O-seh Shalom Beem rue-mawv Am D7 G Em Who yah-seh Shalom aw-lay-nu Am D7 G V'al kol Yees-raw-ale Em Am Em Bf7 Em B'-eem rue Eem rue Ah- main  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Em Am D7 G Ya-a-seh sha-lom Ya-a-seh sha-lom G Bf7 Em Shalom aw-lay-new V’al kol Yees-raw-ale Sing twice 2X 9 9 9

  9. ring our gifts to the altar We Bring Our Sacrifice With Praise We Bring Our Sacrifice With Praise Unto the House of the LORD (2 X) And we offer unto Him Our sacrifices with thanksgiving And we offer unto Him Our sacrifices with joy 10

  10. Talmud Today we’re going to cover law and it’s relation to love and then we’ll cover some information regarding the Ketuba, also known as the marriage contract. 11

  11. Talmud We’ll then conclude with a reading of the Ketuba. 12

  12. Talmud By studying Hebrew and Talmud we can better understand the words of Yeshua. For example… When Yeshua quoted Rabbi Hillel… 13

  13. Talmud Matt 22:37 “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.” This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets. 14

  14. Talmud When we read these words from Hillel in Hebrew we see the word “hang” is better translated as “derived” All the Law is derived from these two commandments. We can also understand the context better from Hillel’s explanation. 15

  15. Talmud Hillel’s original statement from which Yeshua was quoting is directly related to the 10 Commandments. 16

  16. Talmud Hillel pointed out that the first 4 commandments are concerned with our love for G-d. And the last 6 are concerned with our love for our fellow man. 17

  17. Talmud We can see this here… The first 4 are related to our love for G-d 1 You shall have no other gods before me 2 You shall not have a graven image 3 Do not take the name of the Lord in vain 4 Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy 18

  18. Talmud The next 6 are related to our love for man 5 Honor your father and mother 6 You shall not kill/murder 7 You shall not commit adultery 8 You shall not steal 9 You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor 10 You shall not covet your neighbor's wife 19

  19. Talmud The implications of understanding Yeshua’s words in this way are far reaching because this passage is usually used by the Church to mean we don’t have to keep the law anymore, “we just have to love”. 20

  20. Talmud It’s a very slick doctrine that the Church is trying to put over on us here. Because it is true, that all we have to do is love but that includes Law and doesn’t exclude it! 21

  21. Talmud Once we really understand this, there’s a domino effect in understanding other Scriptures in the New Testament. 22

  22. Talmud You see, if we DO truly LOVE G-d we will keep every one of His Commandments. And if we DO truly LOVE our fellow man, we will keep every one of G-d’s Commandments. 23

  23. Talmud Every Law is derived from love. G-d IS love and anything which comes from Him is good. Therefore, His Law is from love. 24

  24. Talmud To reject His Law is to reject His love. We can not love G-d and hate/reject His Law. 25

  25. Talmud John completely gets this… (1John 5:3)For the love of God is this, that we obey his commandments. And his commandments are not burdensome. (Great verse to memorize as Messianics!) We’re often told as Messianics that we’re “under the burden of the law” Those who believe that way are not of the same mind as John and you can tell them that. 26

  26. Talmud The Law is NOT a burden. We have stoplights in Wenatchee. What do you think would happen if we didn’t have them all of a sudden? 27

  27. Talmud There’d be chaos! India has some stoplights in the big cities of Hyderabad, Madras (Chennai) and Bangalore. I’ve spent a lot of time in each of these cities. 28

  28. Talmud No one uses those stoplights. Not a one, not even the police. Their own Department of Highways and Roads put out a statistic… 29

  29. Talmud This statistic shows that India has the most traffic accidents and traffic related injuries in all the world. Traffic lights are good for people. 30

  30. Talmud Traffic light laws were made by man and they’re good for people. How much better are laws that are made by G-d? 31

  31. Talmud If one rejects G-d’s commandments, they are rejecting His love! Rejecting G-d’s love is separation from G-d. Yeshua said Himself in John 14:15… 32

  32. Talmud “If you love me, you will keep my commandments”. John 14:21 Whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me. He who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love him and show myself to him. If you keep His laws He will show Himself to you through His Word. This goes hand in hand with His promise that unto us are committed the oracles of G-d for His Word says… 33

  33. Talmud 1 John 2:3 We know that we have come to know him if we obey his commands. No matter how often one claims to know G-d, they only know Him peripherally if they don’t keep His Laws. John 15:10 If you obey my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have obeyed my Father's commands and remain in his love. 34

  34. Talmud Ever wonder what love is? I can tell you what it is… 2 John 1:6 And this is love: that we walk in obedience to his commands. As you have heard from the beginning, His command is that you walk in love. 35

  35. Talmud If we understand Yeshua’s quote of Hillel, it will take you full circle concerning love and it’s relationship to Law. 36

  36. Talmud Now, one can disagree all they like on this, but this is all Scripture here concerning Law and how it’s related to love. No Law, no love. 37

  37. Talmud The Church has tried to make Law and grace as opposites. That belief is false. The truth is one can not exist without the other. 38

  38. Talmud Without Law, there is no grace! Do we not want G-d’s grace??? If you throw out Law you have to throw out grace right along with it. 39

  39. Talmud Likewise, one can not understand grace unless he first understands law. If one doesn’t understand law they will teach a warped perception of grace. 40

  40. Talmud See, there’s a myth that has permeated much of the Church today that teaches to this effect… 41

  41. Talmud “Those of the Old Testament were under works, but then Jesus came and now we’re under grace.” This teaching is a lie. 42

  42. Talmud Man has always been under grace! Without His grace we’d all have perished in either covenant, “Old” or “New” 43

  43. Talmud This teaching of being “Now under grace” reverts Christendom to the three headed G-d of the trinity. I would put to you that G-d has never changed and man has always been Saved by grace. 44

  44. Talmud Grace has existed as long as G-d has existed and it hasn’t changed it’s character as G-d hasn’t changed His character. We see evidence of G-d’s grace ALL through the Old Testament… 45

  45. Talmud Genesis 6:8 But Noah found grace in the sight of the L-rd. In Exodus (Shemot) 33:11-13, 17 it is written: "And the Lord spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend … And Moses said unto the Lord … yet thou hast said, I know thee by name, and thou hast also found grace in my sight. 46

  46. Talmud Psalms 84 11 For the LORD God is a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly. 47

  47. Talmud Jonah 4 2 And he prayed unto the LORD, and said , I pray thee, O LORD, was not this my saying, when I was yet in my country? Therefore I fled before unto Tarshish: for I knew that thou art a gracious God, and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness, and repentest thee of the evil. 48

  48. Talmud Jonah didn’t say… “I know you are a legalistic G-d who only cares about our works and knows not grace or kindness.” But when you hear it from many Bible teachers, this is how it comes across. They teach of the harsh, judgmental God of the Jews… They teach of the Three Headed god. 49

  49. Talmud There are many, many examples of G-d’s grace in the Old Testament, it’s just not taught about in today’s Church. 50