Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw continues on through his series in the book of Yochanan (John). This part of the series covers verses 1-34 in chapter 5 of the book of John. In this teaching the hasidic meaning behind "take up your pallet and walk" is discussed and what this means in terms of fulfillment of mitzvos. Rabbi Baw'naw also discusses how the ideal of G'milut Chasadim is brought up all through this chapter and how this ancient Jewish premise taught in modern day Judaism from Breslov, as well as in the writing of the sages seemed to not have been grasped by the religious leaders at the time, though it is prominent part of Jewish life as shown from the words of Rabbi Hillel, Bachya, the Ramchal, Rambam and Rashi as well as many other sages through history. Yeshua exemplifies this premise in amazing detail in this chapter of the book of Yochanan.
Rabbi Baw'naw gives a short Shavuos message based on the book of Acts Chapter 2. He discusses the rabbinical thought that is greatly conveyed in Acts 2 in it's relation of Parshas Yisro in the book of Shemos.
Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw picks up on verse 31 of chapter 4 of John from a Hasidic and Aramaic perspective. In this recording Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw discusses the healing of the young boy and how Yeshua stresses the importance of seeing Hashem in all things, a kabbalistic ideal that also includes simcha, anavah and ahavat. This premise within the words of Yeshua in these final verses of chapter 4 show the basis of all of Hasidic Judaism.
Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw covers John 4:1-30 from an Aramaic and Hasidic perspective and focuses in on the symbolism of the mahor and mayim in Hasidic thought. He covers the premise of who the owner of the well is, per Scripture and tradition and the symbolism of the Mikvah that is much deeper than what is taught in the Hebrew Roots circles. He also discusses how Yeshua bats down the two house theology that the Samaritan woman had and how he shows the devastating errors of the two house theology and the dishonesty that is often found in "Messianic translations" used to counter the words of Yeshua in the broader Messianic community.
I was asked why the tradition in terms of Shabbos mainly falls on the women in Jewish culture and tradition. I was asked is it found in Scripture? The answer lies within the word Shabbos itself. We also see how the word Shabbos as well ties to our Melech Mashyach Yeshua.
Rabbi Baw'naw goes verse by verse through Yochanan (John) and shows the hasidic teachings of Yeshua in his series on the gospel of John.
Over the past few years I have had several people ask me an effective way to learn the prayers of the siddur and how to memorize them. Often I have found that repetition and rhythm seem to be the thing that has helped many the most learn their prayers and scripture. So I decided to take on a project called Siddur Songz that does just that. Though I am not a fan of rap music, I have found it is a great form of repetition and rhythm to learn your prayers in the siddur. Next week I will be releasing my album for FREE called "Siddur Songz" for you to download. Not only will you get to hear me rap the prayers in the Siddur but you will also get each prayer transliterated in a PDF file for easy memorization and to practice the recitation of the prayers. This is the first track on the album of the Shema. Enjoy.
-Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw
(Recorded 3/13/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
Rabbi Baw'naw discusses the two stories in chapter 2 of the book of John and how the story of the miracle at the wedding parallels the story of Creation in Bereishis and the Hasidic message within that story.
Rabbi Baw'naw also discusses the second story in John chapter 2 and how it relates to Revelation 11 and the "Hebrew Roots Movement" today.
(Recorded 3/6/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw uses the Aramaic Peshitta to bring out the Hasidic writing of the Bersorah of Yochanan. Rabbi Baw'naw discusses why Yochanan aleph aleph (John 1:1) why it says Yeshua is the "Miltha" and how this ties to creation as well as the premise of Yeshua as mentioned being the "Mimre" and "Miltha" in the Aramaic Targums. He discusses how names and places as well tell a story and how the Hasidic book of Yochanan is a sod level text that utilizes gematria value and how Yochanan the Immerser was not only a real person and actual accounts happened as recorded, but how he was the encapsulation of a deeply Jewish premise found in the sages and how his life starts in chapter 1 and how it ties to the entity (not Elijah) that he is encapsulated in.
(Recorded 2/28/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
So often we mask our inner self with the outer self when it comes to observance. Rabbi Baw'naw goes through Mark 7 and Matthew 6 and Matthew 23 on this premise. This week's parshas Tetzaveh, deals with the garments worn by the Kohen Gadol, and how there is a mirror, a marriage between the basar and the nefesh. Rabbi Baw'naw discusses how we can actually be in error by wearing commanded garb if our inner self and outer self are not within a holy union. Rabbi Baw'naw discusses Mashyach's position on garments and how the sages act as the second witness and how we cannot judge a book by it's cover.
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Formerly known as Schtix and Stones, Christopher sets out to edify the body through correction and the matters of the heart of Torah and Messiah Yeshua