This teaching is the first teaching (and is given as a free preview) of a series that Rabbi Baw'naw will be doing for the subscribers at www.MelechMashyach.com. This first teaching however is give to you without a subscription to the Melech Mashyach website.
This teaching on the Alep covers these facets of the Aleph:
1) The Symbolism of G-d's Unity and Mastery
2) G-d Torah and Israel Are One, as Hashem, Yeshua and the Ruach HaKodesh Are One
3) א is for Adam
4) א is for Avraham
5) From Aleph to Eleph to Aluph
6) Diminished א Teaches Humility and Purity in Learning
7) The Call of the Small א
8) א Link Between Heaven and Earth
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(Recorded on 1/24/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach in Morganton NC)
In this message Rabbi Baw'naw ties together aspects of simcha in all we do so we may "fulfill mitzvios" as opposed to just "doing mitzvios". He focuses on the important of simcha as well as striving for tzaddikim and how one does this through humility and how tzedakah contains the word tzaddik and how the apsect of humility is tied into living a Netzari Jewish life. Rabbi Baw'naw parallels this aspect in an often mistranslated verse that say's "call no man Rabbi' he discusses the missing letter in the original Aramaic that gives this verse an entirely different meaning.
(Recorded live 1/23/15 from Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
Rabbi Baw'naw makes his way through Galatians chapter 2 and shows that it doesn't have to be such a confusing chapter if we understand Jewish conversion and levels of observance.
I had gotten many questions around the premises I promised to cover in Parshas Bo, as opposed to answering all the questions in the teaching from non-members of the Melech Mashyach website. I found it to be easier to just for one week make the Torah Portion teaching from www.MelechMashyach.com free for one week only. However, only the members of www.MelechMashyach.com get the notes and the previous year's teaching unlike the free version I am putting out for this one week. So here it is. And if you like the teaching and feel they could be beneficial to you and are worth $5 a month or $50 a year (subscription fees do not go to me; they go to tzedakah) then go to www.MelechMashayach.com and become a member.
(Recorded 1/17/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
Because of our egos we tend to push a cause for division around every corner in the Guf HaMashyach. The ways in which we personally fulfill mitzvios become sacred cows and the ideal everyone must fulfill mitzvios the same as the individual who is teaching it is a stumbling block to the Guf HaMashyach aznd to our orthodox brethren. In this teaching from Kehilat Melech Mashyach, Rabbi Baw'naw discusses what it means to be "Am Echad". He discusses how he sees the unification of Israel within the schul based upon the unique visitors that attended the schul this week and that there is not much difference between various thought. Though Rabbi Baw'naw is not a universalist and teaches against such concepts, he also shows in this teaching that the various levels of observance are not in contradiction to one another whether one is a Jew or a B'nei Noach, or Ger HaTzaddik or a Hebrew....we are Am Echad. The sages and the Scripture makes note of this in many forms.
(Recorded 1/16/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach in Morganton NC)
Rabbi Baw'naw gives an introduction to the book of Galatians and looks at the historical message of what was happening to the Jewish people at this point in history to put Paul into context. He discusses he how Paul was not teaching at all against the Devar HaTorah nor Torah She Be'al Peh but rather was showing how to put everything into their correct order considering the infighting of halakot that was going on in Judaism and these new believers known as the Galatians. Interestingly enough this very same message that Paul gave to the Galatians is a message that needs to be seen introspectively in today's Guf HaMashyach because we are committing the same destructive mistake. This is the first part of the Rabbi's Friday night series on Galatians. Every Friday night until this series concludes Rabbi Baw'naw will be teaching verse by verse through Galatians at Kehilat Melech Mashyach and the mp3s will be available afterwards absolutely free afterwards.
(Recorded 1/10/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach in Morganton, NC)
Rabbi Baw'naw discusses the history of the sacred name movement and the misconceptions brought about by those who do not know Hebrew or Aramaic but who claim to know how to speak the 4 letter name of G-d phonetically. Rabbi Baw'naw also discusses how many misinterpret the passages that seem to "command" that one pronounce the 4 letter name of G-d because they don't know what the word "shem" actually means and how the english cannot really do it justice. In the final part of this teaching Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw discusses the ties between the prohibition of the 4 letter name and the New Testament that many do not see as significant because they are unfamiliar with the history of a particular Kohen Gadol that is mentioned in the book of Luke.
(Recorded 1/9/15 from Kehilat Melech Mashyach in Morganton NC)
Rabbi Baw'naw discusses a passage often overlooked in Parshas Shemos resides in Exodus 4 which deals with overcoming hardships of disabilities and how everything, including one's disability is used by Hashem for one's own good and how it works as a blessing as opposed to the world's perception as an affliction. In this short message, Rabbi Baw'naw discusses his battle with Autism, and type 1 diabetes and how Hashem has used both in amazing ways. He also looks at the words of our Melech Mashyach Yeshua where he shows the proper way to look at a perceived disability.
Christopher (aka Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw) and Rabbj Itzhak Shapira discuss Mashyach in Parshas Shemos and touch on the physical manifestation of Hashem in the Parsha.
Rabbi Baw'naw brings out things from both Rabbi Shapira's book "The Return of the Kosher Pig" and his book "Melech Mashyach: Responding to the Anti-Missionaries" to show the premise of Hashem in the flesh through Mashyach using as well the Pirkei Avos and several Rabbinical sources as well as the original Hebrew and Aramaic Scriptures.
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Recorded 12/20/14 at Beth Yeshua Atlanta, GA
(Note: This is an unedited mp3 and there is a 9 second delay until Rabbi's mic is turned on so there is 9 seconds of silence at the beginning of this mp3)
The second teaching by Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw when he visited Beth Yeshua in Atlanta. In this teaching Rabbi Baw'naw addresses from every angle how everything is from Hashem and how this principle is pinnacle in applying emuna. Also how one must be happy in all situations and how an unhappy person is a person without emuna and is incapable of fulfilling any sort of Torah law.
(Recorded at Kehilat Melech Mashyach in Morganton NC 1/3/15.)
In this teaching Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw covers how the Yetzer Hara uses doubt to kill your spirit, through the realms of confusion. The yetzer hara tries to get you to doubt serving the Creator, he gets you to doubt the written law, he gets you to doubt the oral law and the traditions. The yetzer hara also gets you to doubt reward and punishment in this world and the world to come, as well as trying to get you to doubt yourself and deny your divine spark from Hashem. Rabbi Baw'naw teaches you how to conquer each of these doubts and thus how to kill the yetzer hara.
Why do we engage in hitbodedut prayer? What is it's purpose? Is it mentioned in the New Testament?
These teachings are by Christopher Fredrickson and air on several Christian radio stations as well as Lapid Judaism Radio. In Brutal Planet, Christopher discusses the ties of the New Testament with Rabbinic Judaism.
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