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Friday, 1 January 2016
December Sermons - Part Two

Here are some more sermons from our different congregations that have been preached in the month of December:

Through the Waters of Mikveh

Brant Boner teaches on the history of Mikvah and its symbolic importance just before having a Mikvah service at Brit Hadasha (Memphis, TN).

You can listen to the message here.

Unravelling the Enigma of Christmas

Ahavat Yeshua (Washington DC) often have some intriguing sounding sermons and this doesn't disappoint us! This sermon was preached on the 26th and this is what they tell us about it:

Pastor Ralph provides a basic history on Christmas which involves a mix of paganism, tradition, and the bible. Pastor Ralph answers questions such as "Should I celebrate the birth of Yeshua (Jesus) on December 25." Pastor Ralph mentions his belief in Santa Claus and even takes a side trip on interracial marriages.

You can listen to it here.

Weekly and Special

At Beth Shalom (Corona, CA) the sermons have been given by Rabbis Rene and Robert, but they have also had a special guest: Rabbi Shmuel Oppenheim. You can access all the sermons here.

A Promis Fulfilled is a Covenant Revealed

Taken from 1 Peter 1:3-10, Todd Westphal preached this sermon at El Shaddai (Frederick, MD) and you can listen or download it here.

Leave a comment to let us know which sermon you enjoyed the most.

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