362 A Hebraic look at the fruits of the Holy Spirit
What the rabbi was told after this message was “I have been a Christian all my life and have Never heard this information before, why did my former pastors not tell me this!!!”
This message takes the Fruits of the Spirit, piece by piece, and takes you back through the Scriptures to tie together the weaving of God’s word. Did you know that the fruits of the spirits are referenced before Galatians 5:22-23? In his letter to the Galatians, Rav Shaul, after exhorting the Galatians not to be subject to the old nature of worshipping the “mother of the gods” he outlines the fruits of the Spirit. Sha’ul states, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, humility, self control. Nothing in Torah Stands against such things.” In order to get a better understanding of the fruits of the Spirit, it is necessary to examine the context in which Rav Shaul wrote his letter. The Galatians had been known for their pagan practices and now after accepting Messiah Yeshua, they were being encouraged to subject themselves to Talmudic rules. Rav Shaul was telling them that Torah, Prophets and Writings were enough. For us today it is important for us to understand that each of the fruits that Rav Shaul lists has a much deeper and broader meaning in the context of the Hebrew Language. Would you like to see the Fruits of the Spirit through the HEBREW lenses of the truth of God’s word? Find the answers of this message in an exploration through the mysteries and truths of the Bible.
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