Messianic Judaism Glossary: Worship and Scripture

July 03, 2018

If you’re new to Messianic Judaism, you may be unfamiliar with many of the Hebrew words commonly used among Messianic Jews. We’ve put together a glossary of some words that will help you explore the beauty and richness that the Hebrew language and Jewish tradition can add to your New Testament faith. baruch (barr-OOKH) Baruch means “blessed.” Blessing God is an important part of Jewish and Messianic Jewish worship. Many blessings open with the phrase “Blessed are You, Lord our God, Ru...

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History of Messianic Judaism

June 19, 2018

While the history of Jewish Believers in Yeshua (Jesus) is nearly 2,000 years old – dating to Yeshua’s first disciples – the modern Messianic Jewish movement (also commonly called Messianic Judaism) is relatively young. The modern Messianic movement has evolved through five specific periods of recent history.

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Do Messianic Jews Celebrate Easter?

March 21, 2018

Perhaps the better question would be: “Do Messianic Jews celebrate the resurrection of Jesus?” That answer is a definitive yes. It’s more a matter of when we celebrate the Messiah’s resurrection.

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Order Jonathan's New Book and Grow Your Faith

January 16, 2018

Discover the power of confessing God’s Word in the Hebrew language. Jewish Voice Ministries is happy to announce the fifth extraordinary volume in Jonathan Bernis’ Confessing the Hebrew Scripturesseries: Adonai Roee – The Lord My Shepherd

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