January 13th 2018
Psalms 34: 1-7
I will thank יהוה at all times.
My lips will always praise him.
I will find my glory in knowing יהוה.
Let those who are hurting hear me and be joyful.
Join me in giving glory to יהוה.
Let us honor him together.
I looked to יהוה, and he answered me.
He saved me from everything I was afraid of.
Those who look to him have joyful faces.
They are never covered with shame.
This poor man called out, and יהוה heard him.
He saved him out of all his troubles.
The angel of יהוה stands guard
around those who have respect for him.
And he saves them.
Those who guard what they say guard their lives. But those who speak without thinking will be destroyed.
Shabbat January 13th
1:30 - 2:15 pm
In Depth Study - Book of Matthew
Ralphie continues his study in Matthew (Mattityahu מַתִּתְיָהוּ).
Last week we started part of chapter 17 (up to verse 8).
2:40 - 3:00 pm
Intercessory Prayer for Shabbat Service
3:00 - 5:15 pm
- Children's Teaching
- Torah : Numbers 25:10-26:51
- Haftarah : 1st Kings 18:46-19:21
- Brit Hadashah : Matthew 23:1-12
5:30 - 7:00 pm
Oneg - Breaking Bread Together
- Bring a Biblically clean dish to share
- Join us for fellowship, dialog & Biblical Discussion
- See Leviticus chapter 11 for the definition of Biblically clean food
Thank you in advance
Youth and Young Adults
for helping with Oneg clean-up.
- You are invited to join our guests at the front of the line for the evening meal.
Mishpocha (Family) Life
January 13th 2018
Shabbat Shalom from Living Messiah Leadership...
Be encouraged to join us as we begin to prepare our hearts and homes for Passover. This is a good time to begin searching areas for “leaven” in our lives.
Sunday, January 14th
Sunday Men's Coffee
- 10:00 am - 12:00 noon
- A meeting designed to strengthen men as they build relationships
To Be Announced
Contact email@example.com for more information
Tuesday, January 16th
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.
We will continue in Deuteronomy (devarim דְּבָרִים) this week.
Last week we finished part of chapter 24 up to verse 4.
- Student Workbooks are available for the class at a cost of $10 each.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Sunday, January 29th
Ladies Evening Fellowship
- See Jan W. for more information
- Bring a finger food to share
- This fellowship is designed to be an encouraging & refreshing break for women
- Thank you for arranging care for young children
Prayers and Contributions
- Your giving helps meet the needs that come before this fellowship
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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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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!
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!
A list of changes for the week of January 13th 2018
Announcement Page Modifications
Worked on my website, My Hebrew Bible, to make the Parasha / Book-Chapter experience better.