We joyfully welcome all: young and old, Jewish and Gentile, Follower of Yeshua (Jesus) and not!
Jewish Scripture reveals that Jehovah wants to be our Savior, Sanctifier, Healer, and coming King!
When Jehovah told Moses that He would free us from slavery in Egypt, He said that He would accomplish four things.
He, as our new King, would speak Love and Life and Wisdom to us.
"Yeshua" is a Hebrew word that means "deliverer." A deliverer breaks off chains and brings prisoners into a good and open place of freedom.
Jehovah's angel told Miriam and Yosef (Mary and Joseph) to call their child "Yeshua" (Jesus) because "He will save His people from their sins."
This was to fulfill the description of the Messiah in Isaiah 53, “All we like sheep have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way, but Jehovah has laid on [the Messiah] all of our sins.”
Yeshua saved us from despair, death, and decay and has given us New Life. He took the punishment that we deserve to show us how much He loves us! He wants to walk with us now and show us His love and salvation. He has even prepared a forever home for us in Heaven!
Yeshua set us free from evil and is the Word of God. Yeshua is the loving King who will judge those who reject Him and heal those who turn to Him. One day soon, Yeshua will sound “the Shofar of God” and take us to be His people, and we will surely and fully know Him who set us free.
We must admit to God that we can't fix ourselves and call on Yeshua to forgive us. If we submit to Him and allow Him to take charge, He promises to take good care of us as our Good Shepherd.
Worship God with enthusiasm through Biblically-based Jewish liturgy and song.
Scripture says "Enter His gates with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise."
Theme for February svc - YESHUA'S LOVE MAKES THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE!
THEME for 2020 - FROM WEAK TO STRONG !
Join us at Lincoln Place Church of the Nazarene.
Personal, miraculous short stories by over a dozen Jewish people about how the Holy Spirit brought them to Yeshua. Give this book to a friend who is open to considering Jesus as Messiah.
Consider this chapter from the prophet Isaiah. Who "took off the sin of many?" Who was "wounded through our transgressions?" Through whose wounds were we healed