Brit Hadasha

Yeshua Calms the Storm

On this occasion, we will learn about the biblical story that narrates how Yeshua, in the face of a violent storm at sea, rebukes the winds and the sea, bringing calm. This act demonstrates His authority over nature and His divine power. The story teaches lessons of faith, trust and control over adversity. The narrative underscores the importance of unwavering faith in the midst of life’s storms, reminding us that Yeshua is always present to bring peace and security.

Yeshua Multiplies the Loaves and Fishes

On this occasion we will look at the teaching of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes, recounted in the Gospels, which highlights the abundance that arises from faith and generosity. Yeshua, before a hungry crowd, blesses five loaves and two fish, which multiply to feed thousands.

Yeshua’s Parables – Part 4 – Faithful to Yeshua until the end!

In part four of the Parables of Yeshua we will study the parable of the barren fig tree, the parable of the Pharisee and the Publican, the parable of the ten virgins and the parable of the watchman servant, all of them teach us how to love Yahweh and our neighbor and also how to attain eternal life.

Yeshua’s Parables – Part Three

On this occasion, we will look at Yeshua’s parables; among them we have: The parable of the wedding banquet, the parable of the unjust judge, the parable of the mustard seed and the parable of the dragnet, all of them teach us how to love Yahweh and our neighbor and also how to attain eternal life.

Yeshua’s Parables – Part Two

On this occasion, we will look at Yeshua’s parables; among them we have: The parable of the rich fool, the parable of the whear and the tares, the parable of the good shepherd and the parable of the talents, all of them teach us how to love Yahweh and our neighbor and also how to attain eternal life.

Yeshua’s Parables – Part One

On this occasion we will look at Yeshua’s parables; among them we have: The parable of the sower, the parable of the lost sheep, the parable of the prodigal son and the parable of the good Samaritan, all of them teach us how to love Yahweh and our neighbor and also how to attain eternal life.

Yeshua and the sermon on the mount-Part-four

Today we will see that Yeshua teaches us the right way to ask the Father and how to ask him, he also teaches us that the best path to take is the narrow gate, leaving aside the world and its things and approaching a closer relationship with Yahweh, to find our salvation.

Yeshua and the sermon on the mount-Part-three

On this occasion we will see that Yeshua teaches us the prayer of the disciples the “Our Father”, which is a model of prayer for us to address Yahweh correctly, he also teaches us that fasting is something personal and intimate with the Father and that we should not show that we are doing it and that we should always set our sight on things above and not on earthly things.

Yeshua and the sermon on the mount-Part-two

On this occasion Yeshua teaches us about divorce or separation of parents, this does not please Yahweh and the task of you as children is to tell your parents to always seek peace between them, another thing that Yeshua teaches us is to always love our neighbor and although sometimes they hurt us we must always forgive and seek friendship with our fellow men.

Yeshua and the sermon on the mount-Part-one

On this occasion Yeshua teaches us that justice, love, patience, peace, humility and mercy are fundamental to please Elohim and obtain eternal life, since everyone who practices these things will be worthy to be called a son of Elohim.

Yeshua and Shabbat day

In this lesson we will see the importance of Shabbat, since it is a direct commandment from our Elohim Yahweh, Yeshua said that He was the Adon of Shabbat, for this reason we must respect it even more; learn about this important day and teach it to your friends.
Shabbat Shalom.

Yeshua works healing miracles

Today we will see Yeshua’s power to heal the sick; and just as the paralytic sought and persisted to be healed, so should we seek and be attentive to Yeshua’s words, so that our whole being will be blessed in his name.