Does that shock you? After all, that man (we prefer to use a more accurate pronounciation of his name, "Yeshua") was born of the royal line of King David. He was circumcised on the eigth day (Luke 2:21 - check!), was redeemed under the Torah as the firstborn (Luke 2:22-23 - check!), celebated the Passover (Luke 2:41 - check!), and obseved many, many other hallmarks of a Jewish man.
That is a wonderful thing, and nothing to be hidden or ashamed of. Both Jew and Gentile alike can rejoice over all that he accomplished, and over the faithfulness of G-d who provided the Messiah he had promised so long ago.
Take a look around this web site for a while. You can even listen to one or more of the following studies (more are available in the sermons library):
From the Torah:
From the prophet Isaiah:
From the New Covenant:
Even better, stop by one Saturday!
We are a sensible and haimish little congregation that has been meeting to the Northwest of Baltimore City (now between Pikesville and Owings Mills) for about 10 years now. Please feel free to poke around this web site and to pay us a visit sometime.
Gentile Believers ask how to tell their Jewish friends, neighbors and family about Yeshua. Let me suggest the following 4 step process:
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We are considering starting Friday evening services, not for the people already attending on Saturday mornings, but for those who can't make it then. If you are interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org If we get at least 5 families interested, we'll see if we can't get something started. We'll keep you in the loop via email.