March 17th 2018

Psalms 45: 10-17
Royal bride, listen and pay careful attention.
Forget about your people and the home you came from. 10

Let the king be charmed by your beauty.
Honor him. He is now your master. 11

The people of Tyre will come with gifts.
Wealthy people will try to gain your favor. 12

In her room, the princess looks glorious.
Her gown has gold threads running through it. 13

Dressed in beautiful clothes, she is led to the king.
Her virgin companions follow her.
They have been brought to be with her. 14

They are led in with joy and gladness. They enter the palace of the king. 15

Your sons will rule just as your father and grandfather did.
You will make them princes through the whole land. 16

I will make sure that people will always remember you.
The nations will praise you for ever and ever. 17

Proverbs 17:1
It is better to eat a dry crust of bread in peace and quiet than to eat a big dinner in a house that is full of fighting. 1

Shabbat March 17th

1:30 - 2:15 pm In Depth Study - Book of Matthew

Ralphie continues his study in Matthew (Mattityahu מַתִּתְיָהוּ). Last week we finished chapter 18.
chapter 18:1-?

2:40 - 3:00 pm Intercessory Prayer for Shabbat Service

3:00 - 5:15 pm Shabbat Service

  • Praise
  • Worship
  • Prayer
  • Children's Teaching

Scripture Readings

5:30 - 7:00 pm Oneg - Breaking Bread Together

  • Bring a Biblically clean dish to share
  • Join us for fellowship, dialog & Biblical dialog/discussion
  • See Leviticus chapter 11 for the definition of Biblically clean food
  • Thank you in advance Men for helping with Oneg clean-up.
  • Clean up Team, you are invited to join our guests at the front of the line for the evening meal.

Mishpocha (Family) Life

March 17th 2018

Shalom from Living Messiah Leadership...

Preparing for Passover.

Prepare your hearts, homes, menu and guest list this week.

Keep those that will be traveling to Israel for the Passover season in prayer.

Next Year In Jerusalem!

Shabbat Shalom! שַׁבָּת שָׁלוֹם


  • Jacob and Destiny host a visual cyber Biblical dialog and discussion group for our Youth and Young Adults on Wednesdays 7:30 - 8:30 pm
  • If you are interested in joining them let them know so they can share information with you and send you an invitation to join.

Upcoming Events



Sunday, March 18th


Sunday Men's Coffee


Tuesday, March 20th


Tuesday Night Prayer

  • 6:30 - 7:00 pm at Living Messiah
  • Meets every Tuesday evening before Torah Study

Tuesday Night Torah Study

  • 7:00 - 8:30 pm at Living Messiah
  • Meets every Tuesday evening
  • Study through interactive dialog and discussion.
    Last week we finished discussed the bible and history using Jerry's bible time line book mark.

    Next week John Marsing will be teaching the class.
  • In mid April we will be restarting the Torah cycle again beginning with, of course, Genesis Beresheeth בְּרֵאשִׁית)
  • Student Workbooks are available for the class at a cost of $10 each.
  •  Contact for more information


Wednesdays, March 21th


Youth and Young Adult

Cyber Biblical Disciple Group

  • Wednesdays 7:30 - 8:30 pm
  • March 21 & 28
  • Contact Jacob or Destiny for information on how to be added to the group

Friday, March 30th


Erev Passover

  • Sundown
  • Enjoy this evening with family and friends
  • Learn More

Traditional Passover phrase

Next Year in Jerusalem!
L'Shana Haba'ah B'Yerushalayim
לשנה הבאה בירושלים‎  

Friday, March 30th to April 6th


Feast of Unleavened Bread

  • After Passover



Sunday, April 1st


First Day of the Omer Count


Shabbat, April 21st


B'ney Yosef North America, National Shabbat Gathering

  • 3:00 - 8:00 pm
  • Pioneer Park Mesa AZ 85213
    526 E Main St, Mesa, AZ 85203
  • A local gathering for “Ephraimites living in the wilderness of the nations”
  • Join us for an afternoon of food, fellowship, praise and worship
  • Bring a dish to share on our Buffet Table
  • Bring your flags and banners
  • Map... Pioneer Park Mesa AZ Map
  • Banner... Pioneer Park Mesa AZ Map

See also

Living Messiah

Thank You!!!

Prayers and Contributions

  • Your giving helps meet the needs that come before this fellowship
  • You may also give online by clicking here Donate
  • Living Messiah is NOT an IRS recognized 501c3 organization
  • If you would like to be added to our email list, fill out a visitor card during Shabbat service or contact
  • The Beit Din is a group of men who service this community as watchmen to guard, protect and judge between those that fellowship together. If you have comments, questions or concerns we encourage you to contact to arrange a time to speak with them.
  • Elders are a group of individuals who serve this community by dedicating time to fast and pray for our leadership team and the entire fellowship. They are available to offer words of wisdom to the fellowship. If you would like to speak with them, contact
  • Thanksgiving and Praises to יְהוָה for providing us a place to gather, worship, study and fellowship together! By His hand of provision, He provides for the needs of this community. May His great name be praised. Thank you יְהוָה for all your provisions and for supplying our daily bread. You have done great things for us!

About Us

We look forward to gathering with you on Shabbat

Welcome, About Us...

  • Living Messiah Ministries represents a family and a Kingdom, YHWH is gathering together.
    Isaiah, 43, Ezekiel 37
  • We share a common identity, we may not always share a common doctrine.
  • We build relationships through mutual respect.
  • We are patient with the guiding and directing gifts of the Holy Spirit at work in each of us.
  • We honor boundaries established by the leadership covering for this community.
  • We display respect and consideration towards others in conversation, actions and attire.
  • We avoid divisive debates, criticism, and speaking ill of others.
  • We proclaim The Word of God, not political perceptions, to the best of our understanding.
  • We study and learn from each other through interactive dialog during our services.
  • We welcome you to share detailed topics or testimonies during our open mic after our meal.
  • We thank you for your grace as our children learn along side us during services.
  • We invite you to join us either on line or in person for our Tuesday night Torah study.
  • We share a meal together after service, Leviticus 11 is our guide for preparing food.
  • We prepare in advance for this meal to the best of our ability in order to guard the Shabbat.
  • We wash our hands before going through the buffet line and touch only what we intend to take.
  • We invite our guests, those 50 and wiser and our clean up team to the buffet line first.

We look forward, to worship, study and fellowship with you!

Website Changes

A list of changes for the week of March 17th 2018 John Marsing

Announcement Page Modifications

  • None this week


  • Ported all the content from the .org version to the .com version.
  • Worked on my website, My Hebrew Bible, to make the Parasha / Book-Chapter experience better.