Under Grace | Nitzavim | Aliyah 5

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Have you ever heard someone say that they are “under grace and not under the law”? What does it mean to be under grace? What does it mean to be under the Law? Is grace in contrast or a part from the Law? What is the Law of Moses? Did grace come after the cross? When the law came did 3,000 people die? Is our philosophy of life messed up? Rabbi explores and explains these critical concepts.

The Aliyah a Day is an in daily study of the weekly Torah portion (from Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) according to the daily readings. In Hebrew, these books are known as Breishis, Shemot, Vayikra, Bamidbar, and Davarim. Aliyah means to ascend in Hebrew. Rabbi shares insights to the Torah portion from ancient Jewish sources which include the Talmud, Midrash, Zohar, Rambam, Rashi, Rabbeinu Bachya, Ramban, and many other commentators.

The Rabbi explores these insights through the prism of emunah (faith) in Messiah Yeshua. Join the international class exploring the Law of Moses; highlighting relevant concepts for daily living!

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Baruch HaShem, may the Ahavat Ammi (Love for my people) grow. We forever give praise and thanks to HaShem Who has given us Yeshua (ישוע), the Rock of our lives (Tzur Chayeinu / צור חיינו), the Shield of our Salvation (Magen Yisheinu / מגן ישענו)! He is the Messiah (Moshiach / משיח) of Israel!!

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