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.
These teachings are by Christopher Fredrickson and air on several Christian radio stations as well as Yeshiva Radio. In Brutal Planet, Christopher discusses the ties of the New Testament with Rabbinic Judaism.
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