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Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth. Rabbi Yeshua
Kehilat Sar Shalom

Kehilat Sar Shalom

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 08:41

The Book of Revelation

It is a well known fact that the book of Revelation is among the most misunderstood books of the Bible. The reason behind its misunderstanding is not so well known, but in actuality it is quite simple to explain: Revelation is a letter that was written to seven first-century congregations who understood its symbolism. Sadly however, by the time its contents were translated into the other languages of the world, its symbolism was lost among its new readers.

At Congregation Sar Shalom, Rabbi Farr has begun a study that puts the book back into its proper context. Without speculating dates and predicting timelines for the Messiah’s return, Rabbi Farr simply provides a clear and concise understanding of the first-century Judeo symbolism of the book.

In the very first chapter of the letter, John informs his audience that everyone who reads this book will be blessed. And yet, if we look back through the years of church history, we find that the contents of John's letter hasn't yielded the blessing he expected, but rather, it has caused people to go astray with disastrous results: People fearfully selling homes, stock piling food and weapons, forming cults, etc. These are all results of misunderstanding the Book of Revelation, and suffice it say, these things have not led to blessings.

By restoring the First Century understanding, Rabbi Farr's aim is to put the blessing back into the Book of Revelation. If you want to put the blessing back into Revelation, watch for a new lesson each week.

Thursday, 07 April 2016 13:48

Paul's Epistle to the Galatians

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Messianic Rabbi Stan Farr has said that few studies have been as life- and perspective-changing as these studies on Paul's letters.

If one is interested in Messianic Judaism, eventually they must come up with satisfying answers for some of the often-misunderstood statements of Paul, and nowhere are those issues addressed more directly than in his letter to the first-century believers in the church of Galatia.

Is the Torah done away with? Is it incumbant upon Gentiles who come to faith in Yeshua to observe the entire oral Torah, or only the written law of Moses? Who determines halakah - the way to walk out our belief in the living Torah, Messiah Yeshua - for the congregations of Yeshua? How did Christianity come to adopt, historically, the practices and beliefs that would seem to put them at odds with the Jewish roots of their faith?

In this study by Messianic Rabbi Stan Farr, Paul's letter to the believers in Galatia has finally been interpreted simply, clearly, and accurately. You will understand the good news of Messiah Yeshua at a level you may never have experienced before. Finally, you will understand how the Torah applies to you and what Yeshua has done to the Law.

Thursday, 07 April 2016 13:47

Epistle to the Romans: v.2

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I am not ashamed of the good news, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.    - Romans 1:16

Messianic Rabbi Stan Farr has said that few studies have been as life and perspective-changing as this study on Paul's letter.

If one is interested in Messianic Judaism, eventually they must come up with satisfying answers for some of the often-misunderstood statements of Paul, and nowhere are those issues addressed more directly than in his letter to the first-century believers in the church of Rome.

Is the Torah done away with? Is it incumbant upon Gentiles who come to faith in Yeshua to observe the entire oral Torah, or only the written law of Moses? Who determines halakah - the way to walk out our belief in the living Torah, Messiah Yeshua - for the congregations of Yeshua? How did Christianity come to adopt, historically, the practices and beliefs that would seem to put them at odds with the Jewish roots of their faith?

In this study by Messianic Rabbi Stan Farr, Paul's letter to the believers in Rome has finally been interpreted simply, clearly, and accurately. You will understand the good news of Messiah Yeshua at a level you may never have experienced before. Finally, you will understand how the Torah applies to you and what Yeshua has done to the Law.

Thursday, 07 April 2016 13:22

Epistle to the Romans: v.1

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I am not ashamed of the good news, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.    - Romans 1:16

Messianic Rabbi Stan Farr has said that few studies have been as life and perspective-changing as this study on Paul's letter.

If one is interested in Messianic Judaism, eventually they must come up with satisfying answers for some of the often-misunderstood statements of Paul, and nowhere are those issues addressed more directly than in his letter to the first-century believers in the church of Rome.

Is the Torah done away with? Is it incumbant upon Gentiles who come to faith in Yeshua to observe the entire oral Torah, or only the written law of Moses? Who determines halakah - the way to walk out our belief in the living Torah, Messiah Yeshua - for the congregations of Yeshua? How did Christianity come to adopt, historically, the practices and beliefs that would seem to put them at odds with the Jewish roots of their faith?

In this study by Messianic Rabbi Stan Farr, Paul's letter to the believers in Rome has finally been interpreted simply, clearly, and accurately. You will understand the good news of Messiah Yeshua at a level you may never have experienced before. Finally, you will understand how the Torah applies to you and what Yeshua has done to the Law.

Thursday, 07 April 2016 12:43

Book of Matthew: v.4

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אין תלמיד נעלה על רבו ועבד על אדניו דיו לתלמיד להיות כרבו ולעבד להיות כאדניו
'A disciple is not above his rabbi, nor a servant above his lord; sufficient to the disciple that he may be as his rabbi, and the servant as his lord.'                       - Rabbi Yeshua (Matthew 10:24-25)

Walk in the footsteps of the Messiah as Messianic Rabbi Stan Farr restores the Hebraic roots of the Book of Matthew! The gospels clearly portray Yeshua as a faithful and deeply committed Jew operating within the context of First Century Judaism. And as such, it is our desire to return to the same understanding of Yeshua that his disciples or "talmidim" had in the first century.

The actual vocation of Yeshua was that of a "rabbi." He was a simple Galilean Rabbi with a large and devoted following. Knowing this alone tells us a great deal about who Rabbi Yeshua is. It is in this context that we must try to understand the "Biblical Jesus".

While it is one thing to know Yeshua was a rabbi and even to call him Rabbi Yeshua - it is quite another thing to make him "My Rabbi." In order to truly learn from Rabbi Yeshua we must first follow him as students. The Hebrew word for students is talmidim. In our New Testaments, we translated talmidim as disciples. The call of Rabbi Yeshua is to follow him as disciples. If we are to know him for who he truly is - if we are to experience him not just as "savior", but also as "master" and "lord", then we must commit our lives to discipleship under him.

In this amazing study, we will delve into volume 4 of a four part series, (Lessons 61-79). Join us for this teaching, as it will give you a new understanding of the life and mission of the Messiah Yeshua.

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Affiliation

We are a Messianic Jewish Congregation affiliated with the IAMCS. We are proud members of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America MJAA.

About Our Kehilah

Kehilat Sar Shalom, generally referred to as "KSS" or "Sar Shalom," is a Messianic Jewish community dedicated to teaching and living out the Jewish foundations of our faith in the Messiah Yeshua. We strive to identify with our Jewish heritage through the celebration of God's Word - the Torah, its Feasts and instructions.