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Patterns of Praise Complete Conference Audio (MP3)

Code: PCONF2015B
$45.00

OVER EIGHT HOURS OF AUDIO

The Patterns of Praise Conference has been designed to highlight the value and importance of daily prayer, specifically in a manner that connects us with the God of Israel and the Jewish people through the daily prayers. Just as we celebrate the Sabbath and the Holy Days, the daily times of prayer should also be anticipated and have full participation among the followers of Yeshua. Come learn the value of the siddur (the Jewish prayer book) and why liturgical prayer is not the "vain repetition" that many believe it to be. Learn how the prayers from the siddur have a divine origin within the services of the Holy Temple. Discover how our prayers correspond to the tamid (continual/daily) offerings of the Holy Temple and how they are connected with the prayers of Yeshua and his disciples. Uncover hidden details about the prayer lives of Yeshua, the Apostles and their disciples. Leave encouraged to regularly engage in both private and corporate prayer, incorporating the liturgy of the siddur into your daily life.

These lectures were recorded live in 2015 at the Patterns of Praise conference in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Lecture 1 Introduction to Biblical Prayer Darren Huckey 32:46
Lecture 2 Introduction to Daily Prayer Times Joseph Good 46:32
Lecture 3 Introduction to Liturgical Prayer Darren Huckey 34:45
Lecture 4 Divine Origins of Liturgy (Part 1) Joseph Good 44:28
Lecture 5 Divine Origins of Liturgy (Part 2) Joseph Good 36:55
Lecture 6 The Apostolic Prayer Tradition Darren Huckey 42:45
Lecture 7 Introduction to the Siddur Joseph Good 36:30
Lecture 8 Blessings Over Foods & Grace After Meals Darren Huckey 28:27
Lecture 9 The Role of Women in Prayer Debbie Good 1:04:10
Lecture 10 The Language of Prayer Joseph Good 41:50
Lecture 11 Overcoming Obstacles in Prayer Darren Huckey 36:51
Lecture 12 Navigating the Siddur Joseph Good 28:47
Lecture 13 Prayer, Tikkun & Yeshua’s Return Darren Huckey 16:16
  Total Run Time 8hrs 11min

Four Responsibilities of a Disciples Seminar Audio (MP3)

Code: A115
$15.00

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This teaching addresses the question, “What will it take to change the world for our Master?” When the twelve men from Galilee were called by the Master to come and follow after him, they knew both the cost and the responsibilities of becoming a disciple of a Jewish rabbi. Do we? Every Disciple of Yeshua has a minimum of Four Responsibilities. What are those responsibilities and how do we begin implimenting those into our lives?

In order to be a true disciple of Jesus, we need to be like our teacher, our Master. However, in order to be like our teacher, we must be trained. This teaching is designed to give you a toolset, or act as a field manual of sorts, which you can use in your discipleship process. This teaching, however, cannot do the work for you. It is here to “prime the pump”—to at least get you started on your path to becoming a disciple of the Man from Nazareth. Will you take up the challenge to become a true disciple of Yeshua? Because a true disciple will end up becoming like his Master.

This is a series of three lectures given at a discipleship seminar in 2013 in Atlanta, GA.

Pirkei Avot & The Teachings of Yeshua (MP3)

Code: A202b
$30.00

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Pirkei Avot (literally, “Chapters of the Fathers”) has long been heralded as one of the seminal texts of Jewish wisdom and ethics. Often called by its more affectionate name, “Ethics of the Fathers,” it is one of the most well-known and widely studied texts of the Mishnah, the Oral Law of Judaism. Pirkei Avot seeks to help the reader understand the “Spirit of the Law” and not just the letter. Studying this ancient text helps us to connect with the teachings of Yeshua (Jesus) in a way which places his teachings back into the Jewish context they came from. When studying Pirkei Avot, one of the first things students begin to notice is the strong correlation between many of the teachings of this text and those of the Rabbi from Nazareth. Each of the sayings are recorded as being given by a particular sage, ranging from around the third century B.C.E. until sometime in the third century C.E., a period spanning roughly six centuries. We can easily see much of the material overlapping the teachings of Yeshua and recognize his great influence within Judaism during the centuries that follow his lifetime.

This study on Pirkei Avot is not intended to offer any kind of authoritative interpretation on the text or on the connections between it and the teachings of Yeshua. It is, however, a means by which we can become familiar with a few voices within rabbinic literature which have connections to the Master’s teachings. After all, for those who profess to be the “bride of Christ,” we should know a little at least about his family in order to fully realize the character of our Beloved.

Introduction to the Mishnah & Talmud-Revised (MP3)

Code: A201b
$45.00

Revised & Updated! Twice as long as the previous material!

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Besides the Bible, the Talmud and the Mishnah are the most sacred texts within Judaism. However, they have long been laced with mystery and misinformation for followers of Yeshua (Jesus). Because of this misunderstanding, they have been burned, banned and vilified by Christianity for nearly a thousand years. Should Believers shun these texts, or can we learn from them? First we need to answer the following questions: What are the origins of these texts? Who wrote them, and why? What are their contents and how are they connected? What do they have to teach us about the Second Temple period, the daily life of Jews in the first century? From there we can see how they help us understand Yeshua’s teachings in relation to the teachings of other rabbis of his day. Our Introduction to the Mishnah and Talmud will introduce you to the fertile world of these sources and help you realize their immeasurable value in relationship to New Testament studies.

Disc 1: What Is The Mishnah? (Part 1) 37mins
  What Is The Mishnah? (Part 2) 37mins
Disc 2: Teachings Of The Mishnah (Part 1) 34mins
  Teachings Of The Mishnah (Part 2) 34mins
Disc 3: The Mishnah & The Apostolic Scriptures (Part 1) 36mins
  The Mishnah & The Apostolic Scriptures (Part 2) 31mins
Disc 4: What Is The Talmud? 37mins
  Development & History Of The Talmud 37mins
Disc 5: Contents Of The Talmud (Part 1) 37mins
  Contents Of The Talmud (Part 2) 37mins
Disc 6: Misunderstandings Of The Talmud 28mins
  The Apostolic Scriptures & The Talmud 35mins
  Total run time: 7hrs 38mins

Back to the Basics - Part 2 (Audio, MP3 download)

Code: T102
$5.00

Being a disciple of Yeshua, one of our primary responsibilities is in regard to memorization. We are to memorize, properly interpret and transmit his teachings. However, in order to properly interpret his teachings, we must have the proper filter and foundation with which to interpret his instructions. There are some basic assumptions Yeshua and his apostles make when they give instructions. They assume we have a fundamental understanding of the Hebrew Scriptures, along with a sense of cohesion as to how these relate to our life in Messiah. Some of the very basics of these assumptions are found in the book of Hebrews.

In the sixth chapter of the book of Hebrews we have listed for us six foundational principles with which every disciple of Yeshua should be well familiar. So let us take time to understand these six things which comprise the “elementary doctrine of Christ” as found in the book of Hebrews in order begin rebuilding a proper and firm foundation for discipleship to our Master.

In Part 2 we discuss the concept of "faith toward God." Sounds easy, right? But what if it's more than what we realize? What if it were more than merely believing? Join us as we examine the life of King Ahaz, hear the examples of faith of two great rabbis, discuss "justification through faith," find out how the faith of Jesus affects our justification, look at how both Moses and Christ worked together to reveal God to humanity, and how faith in Jesus affects our faith in God.

Back to the Basics - Part 1 (Audio, MP3 download)

Code: T101
$5.00

Being a disciple of Yeshua, one of our primary responsibilities is in regard to memorization. We are to memorize, properly interpret and transmit his teachings. However, in order to properly interpret his teachings, we must have the proper filter and foundation with which to interpret his instructions. There are some basic assumptions Yeshua and his apostles make when they give instructions. They assume we have a fundamental understanding of the Hebrew Scriptures, along with a sense of cohesion as to how these relate to our life in Messiah. Some of the very basics of these assumptions are found in the book of Hebrews.

"Therefore let us leave the elementary doctrine of Christ and go on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God, and of instruction about washings, the laying on of hands, the resurrection of the dead, and eternal judgment." (Hebrews 6:1–2)

In the sixth chapter of the book of Hebrews we have listed for us six foundational principles with which every disciple of Yeshua should be well familiar. The author speaks of these principles collectively as the "elementary doctrine of Christ."

Part 1 covers the first of these, "Repentance from Dead Works." What is repentance? What are "dead works?" Are they as simple and straight-forward as what we have thought? Jesus taught, "Repent! For the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!" Yet many today say that repentance is a "work" and therefore not needed. Furthermore, most Christians do not even understand the definition of repentance. We have replaced true repentance with shallow substitutes. Even more frightening is a majority of Believers believe and teach that the "dead works" referred to by the author of Hebrews is the Law — God's standard of righteousness. Have we gotten it all backwards? So let us take time to understand these six things which comprise the “elementary doctrine of Christ” as found in the book of Hebrews in order begin rebuilding a proper and firm foundation for discipleship to our Master.

Join me in "Back to the Basics - Part 1" as I walk us through this fundamental truth which all Believers should understand, but most do not.

Rediscovering the Jewish Jesus (Audio, MP3 download)

Code: A111D
$10.00

Many people know Jesus as Savior. But how many of us know Jesus as the Jewish Messiah, and how should his Jewishness affect our understanding of his life, his teachings and his ministry?

Many claim to have the market on the identity of Jesus. To the Gnostics Jesus was a ghostly dispenser of secret knowledge. To the unbelieving Jews he was a heretic. To Hollywood he was a cross between Ghandi and Obi-Wan Kenobi, and wore a blue sash on all occasions. To liberal theologians Jesus was a social activist. To many of our seminarians Jesus is likened unto a Greek philosopher. But in reality, Jesus was the Jewish Messiah of Israel. He was born into a Jewish home, was circumcised on the eighth day, spoke Hebrew and Aramaic, studied Torah, attended synagogue and taught in both the Temple and the synagogues, and participated in the Feasts of Israel. This two-part teaching attempts to help us rediscover the Jewishness of Jesus and understand how it should impact us as his disciples.