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Saturday Jun 18, 2022

Short reading and commentary from sections of Numbers 11. The nation of Israel and the mixed multitude in their midst, started to grumble and complain about their situation. Resulting in the Lord's anger and His discipline. Do we do the same in the midst of all of the situations that are going on in this world at the moment? This reading and commentary was given by Allan Nemer during our Saturday Shabbat Service on June 18, 2022.

Sunday Jan 23, 2022

A reading and short commentary on the Ten Commandments. Basically, it is in the Bible and that includes the Torah and the Law that we get to know what kind of God is in our Midst. This torah reading was done by Allan Nemer during our Saturday Shabbat Service on January 22, 2022.

Saturday Dec 25, 2021

The Torah Reading (Sh'mot) is from Exodus 1:1 to 6:1. We are introduced to Moses (Moshe), his birth, his life and forced departure from Egypt, his new life in Midian and his calling to go back to Egypt. A person might think that Moses eagerly embraced his calling. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. When Moses was confronted by a Holy God, unlike his past in Egypt, now he is unsure of himself and recognizes his sinful life. Even asking God to choose someone else. When you examine ALL of scripture you will see that is a common occurrence.  Note: early on a reference is made, recommending people to view a teaching series by R.C. Sproul. The teaching is on the Holiness of God, (highly recommended). Link: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL30acyfm60fVpGc7Eo--3S6w1kdhXY9Cb This Torah reading was done by Allan Nemer during our Saturday Shabbat Service on December 25, 2021

Saturday Nov 06, 2021

In the Book of the prophet Malachi (1:6 to 2:9) we read where the Lord tells the priests of the temple and the people of Israel in general that their sacrifices were unacceptable and disrespectful. Think what a shock that must have been to them. They thought that what they were doing was acceptable to the Lord. Yet the Lord told them their offerings were inferior and showed a lack of respect for Him. That brings up an important question for our days. Do we think our offerings (worship) are acceptable to God yet in God's eyes are in fact not acceptable at all? Thank the Lord for His mercy and grace, yet we still need to realize that He and His Word (Bible) is the only standard to judge on this subject. Something to think about. This HafTorah reading and commentary was given by Elder Allan Nemer during our Saturday Shabbat Service on November 6, 2021.

Saturday Jun 19, 2021

Numbers 20: In one year (most likely) Moses went through a lot. His sister and brother died, the children of Israel started complaining again as well as through Moses disobedience he was told by the Lord that he would not enter the promised land and on and on it went. All within one year probably. In this time of high stress we need to be very careful that we don't find ourselves complaining and reap the same results, discipline and judgement. This Torah reading and commentary was given by Elder Allan Nemer during our Saturday Shabbat Service on June 19, 2022. We have restarted our in-person Saturday Shabbat worship services. Starting time is 10 a.m. Location is at Prairie Hill Evangelical Free Church in Eden Prairie. Address: 17200 Valley View Rd, Eden Prairie, MN 55346 ***If you have been blessed by our sermon podcasts would you consider participating in our ministry by donating financially. You can do it by Digital Giving. It is now available on our podcast page - seedofabraham.podbean.com - or on our website - www.seedofabraham.org - Look for the donations link on the page to go to the correct page.

Saturday Apr 10, 2021

Torah Reading (Parashah - portion) for this weekend is Sh'mini. This reading today deals with the strange and profane offerings of Nadab and Abihu (Leviticus 10:1-11). We also talk about the death of Uzzah as David and Israel tried to bring back the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem (2 Samuel 6:1-11). We finish off with a reading from 2 Corinthians 6:14-18. This reading deals with the constant tendency of mankind (individuals and congregations alike) to combine Biblical and Pagan (demonic) practices and call it good. Just as bad is the tendency to relax standards and think it is OK with God. Yet, in fact, it is actually profane and strange in the eyes of the Lord. An abomination. This Torah reading and commentary was done by Elder Allan Nemer during our Saturday Shabbat Service on April 10, 2021.

Sunday Dec 08, 2019

Short Torah Commentary from Genesis 29:11. Jacob meets Rachel for the first time, he raises his voice and wept aloud. WHY? The possible answer is based on Jacob's personality. Also how can we draw a parallel to our life? The answer is important. This message was given during our Saturday Shabbat Service on December 7, 2019 by John Anderson a Messianic Jewish Studies student at Kings University. Digital Giving is now available on our podcast page - seedofabraham.podbean.com - or on our website - www.seedofabraham.org - Look for the donations link on the page to go to the correct page.

Sunday Sep 01, 2019

The children of Israel were exiled to Babylon for their sins but there was the promise of coming home in the future. Like them, we as disciples of Yeshua (Jesus) are exiles in this world but have the promise of coming home. This very short message was given by a member of our congregation, John Anderson, who is currently an online seminary student in Messianic Jewish Studies. It was given during our Saturday Shabbat Service on August 31, 2019 Digital Giving is now available on our podcast page - seedofabraham.podbean.com - or on our website - www.seedofabraham.org - Look for the donations link on the page to go to the correct page.

Monday Dec 03, 2018

Continuing Series: the resurrection of Yeshua - the first witness. This message was given by Messianic Rabbi Frank Davis during our Saturday Shabbat Service on November 17, 2018.

Saturday Nov 24, 2018

Continuing through the Gospel witnesses of Yeshua's Death. This message was given during our Saturday Shabbat Service on November 10, 2018 by Messianic Rabbi Frank Davis.

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