Part 3: 'Alive to God'

We now look at how Yeshua redeemed the irrevocable calling and gifts God gave to Israel, to see how they can equip us as Gentiles who are grafted into Israel for the calling we've been given. Enhancing our aliveness to God, strengthening the foundations of our faith and increasing our ability to shine like lights in the darkness in the times in which we're living.

19 - Gifted and Called

20 - Into the Holy Place

21 - Sonship and Glory

22 - Covenant and Torah

23 - Temple Service and Promises

24 - Patriarchs and Messiah

25 - Celebration

26 - Tribulation

27 - Reformation

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Part 1: 'In Messiah Yeshua' (new version)

"Continually count yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Messiah Yeshua" (Romans 6:11 TLV)

To fully understand our position 'in Christ Jesus' we need to begin with being 'In Messiah Yeshua'.
He was first and foremost the Messiah of the Jews who God called to be 'a light to the nations'.
And if we're Gentiles, we're grafted into this calling. However, because the Church severed its Jewish roots in its early centuries we need to understand how to reconnect to them if we're to bear their fruit

Part 2: 'Dead to Sin'

"Continually count yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Messiah Yeshua" (Romans 6:11 TLV)

Building on what it means to be ‘In Messiah Yeshua’ we now use the Shema and the Tabernacle to further connect to our Jewish Roots. Then with the Hebraic perspective in mind, we look at the key words - 'continually', 'count', 'yourselves' and 'dead'. After which we use the Ten Words to see where and how to apply them so that we can become 'Dead to Sin'

Part 3: 'Alive to God'

"Continually count yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Messiah Yeshua" (Romans 6:11 TLV)
We now look at how Yeshua redeemed the irrevocable calling and gifts God gave to Israel, to see how they can equip us as Gentiles who are grafted into Israel for the calling we've been given. Enhancing our aliveness to God, strengthening the foundations of our faith and increasing our ability to shine like lights in the darkness in the times in which we're living.