Jonathan looks at the love of the believers at Colossae and how it reflects our growth in Messiah. How do we show love? How are we to be unified? We search out these questions through continuing in the book of Colossians.
Jonathan begins a study through the book of Colossians. This week's focus is on verse 1 and the phrase, "by the will of Elohim." What is His will, how do we do it? Using passages from 1st & 2nd Timothy, Jonathan searches out one aspect of this word.
Jonathan uses Leviticus 23 to look at the second half of the spring feasts. Focusing on Yom HaBikkurim (Day of Firstfruits) and the Counting of the Omer he discusses why we do the counting and what it represents for believers in Messiah.
A look at the despair we face and the hope that lies through it. Jonathan uses Micah 7:7-10 as the key text for exploring how we often despair in our lives, but also how the Father provides hope through it all. He asks the two questions: "How do we look at ourselves," and "How do we look at others"?
We have all fought against our own fleshly desires. Wanting, like Paul, to do the good we know we should, but not doing it. How do we change our desires? Jonathan takes a look at this question from the context of Galatians 5.
Are we, as believers in Messiah, able to approach the throne of Heaven, and if so, how do we do it? What are the requirements and expectations? Jonathan discusses these questions with Psalm 86:11, and Hebrews 4:16 as they key passages.