Practical Messages on Congregational Life: Commentary on 1 & 2 Corinthians

First and Second Corinthians contain some of the most pertinent lessons in the Brit Chadasha (New Testament) to the Body of Believers today. They deal with our testimony to the lost based on our behavior, our morals and how we interact with one another – the practical outworking of the Gospel as seen in our daily lives. Clearly written with both great anguish and longing, Rav Sha’ul (the Apostle Paul) shows how deeply shepherds are to care for those entrusted to their care, how important unity is in the congregation, and what is to be our focus as followers of the Messiah. As such the two letters represent essential instructions if we are to avoid damaging the testimony we are called to give to the lost and dying world in which we live. Based on a series of messages brought by a Messianic Rabbi to a mixed congregation of both Jewish and Gentile Believers, “Practical Messages on Congregational Life” reveals the heart of a true servant of God … and the purpose of our gathering together in Yeshua’s (Jesus’) name. Direct, candid and insightful, they are lessons not to be missed by anyone interested in reaching the lost.