Worship and Study Program for this week:
Parsha 19: T’rumah (Contributions)
This weeks Torah Portion introduction 19: Terumah (Contribution)
Shabbat Shalom Everyone!
1. Shabbat Songs for Praise and Worship. Enjoy!
(1.1) Shabbat Shalom – Jonathan Settel
(1.2) Hinei Ma Tov Umanaim -Paul Wilbur
(1.3) In The Latter Days – Barry & Batya Segal
(1.4) The Law of the Lord is Perfect (Psalm 19) –Ed Gungor
(1.5) In Your Presence – Paul Wilbur
2. MFO Prayers in Hebrew and English
On Shabbat we always begin with the Shema, a covenant between God and His people- what we have to do for
God and what He will do for us while we live on His Earth: We cantor the first two lines of the Shema.
These prayers are traditionally spoken out loud. Practice learning and saying these yourself.
The SHEMA, The AVINU prayer, The Blessing Over the Children
3. Prayers for Jerusalem.
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
They shall prosper who love You Father and your holy city. As You say in Your Word, “For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent, and for Jerusalem’s sake, I will not hold My peace, until her righteousness shines out like the dawn, her salvation like a blazing torch.
Oh, God, we pray for the peace of Jerusalem. We pray for the coming of the Prince of Peace – that You break down the walls and the barriers of hatred and of sin that separates brother from brother, and those who call upon Your name, that You would establish Your throne in this city – that You will come and take up Your place, the one that belongs to You alone – that You will establish Your righteousness and Your rule – that the Kingdom of God will cover the Earth, even as the waters cover the seas – and that the Name of the Holy One of Israel, Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus the Messiah, will be a banner and a shade and a comfort to all peoples who call upon Your Name in holiness. Maranatha, speed the day, even so, Yeshua come, take up Your throne and bring peace to this city and to this world.
(Inspired from Lyrics by Paul Wilbur)
Prayer Points for Israel and Jerusalem
- Pray for the peace of Jerusalem, it is YHVH’s city. (Psalm 122:6, 1 Kings 11:32, 2 Chr. 3:1; Rev. 21:2)
- Pray for the quick return of the lost 10 tribes of Israel, as well as the return of all Jewish persons, so Yeshua can return to Jerusalem as their King. (Jeremiah 50: 19-20)
- Pray blessings over God’s people in Israel, as they are our brothers and sisters of the same Olive Tree, upon which the Gentiles are grafted in. (Romans 11:17-24)
- Pray for world-wide support for Israel and the Jewish people in these difficult times, along with prayers to repel the adversary and all his efforts to destroy righteousness. (Ephesians 6:12)
- Pray that all Christians rebuke any who teach Replacement Theology, the notion that the Church has replaced Israel, and transferred the Abrahamic promises to the Church alone. (Genesis 15:18-21)
- Pray for the protection of the Land of Israel because it is the Promised Land given to Abraham and his descendants. (Joshua 1:2-6, Joshua 21:43)
- Pray for righteous leadership in Israel, that they submit to YHVH as an example for the people. (Proverbs 29:2, 2 Timothy 2:15, Hebrews 13:17)
- Pray that all of Israel become Torah observant in preparation for the return of Yeshua. (Jeremiah 31: 31-34, Matthew 5:17-20)
- Pray for the future messianic reign of Yeshua and the redemption of all mankind during that time. (Obadiah 1:17-21, Isa. 66:5, Rev 16:16)
- Pray for ministries in Israel and abroad, which teach about the Father and His Son, Yeshua the Messiah. (Gen 12:3, Romans 10:10-17, Romans 16:1)
4. Opening Prayers for this weeks Parsha: Terumah (Contribution)
Opening TORAH Prayer: Blessed are You, Y’HoVaH our Elohim, King of all existence, who chose us from among all nations and who gave us your Torah. Blessed are You, Y’HoVaH who gives us the Torah. AMEN
(Jeremiah 31:31-34) “Behold, the days are coming,” says Y’HoVaH, “when I will make a Renewed Covenant with the house of Isra’el and with the house of Y’hudah (Judah), 32“not like the covenant I made with their fathers in the day I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt. My covenant which they broke, although I was a husband to them,” says Y’HoVaH. 33 “But this is the Covenant I will make with the house of Israel after those days,” says Y’HoVaH, “I will put My Torah within them and on their heart I will write it; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people. No longer will any of them teach his fellow community member or his brother, [do you] ‘know Adonai’?; for all will know me, from the least of them to the greatest; because I will forgive their wickedness and remember their sins no more.”
(Isaiah 12:2-3) “See! Yah is my salvation; I am confident and unafraid; for Yah Y’HoVaH is my strength and my song, and He has become my salvation!” Then you will joyfully draw water from the springs of salvation. “
(Psalm 3:8) Salvation belongs to Y’HoVaH; Your blessing be upon Your people.”
(Psalm 46:7) Y’HoVaH Almighty is with us; the Elohim of Jacob is our refuge.”
5. Study Resources
(5.1) Parsha in 60 Seconds Presents T’rumah
(5.2) The Book of Exodus – Part 2 – Bible Project
6. Scripture Readings: Parsha 19: T’rumah (Contributions)
7. QUESTION For This Week :
Parsha 19: T’rumah (Contributions)
(8.1) Parsha Terumah: Angels in the Tabernacle? – Aleph Beta
(8.2) Parsha Terumah -Covenant & Conversation –Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
10. Items of Interest from Israel
(10.1) Roman soldier dropped coin, 1,800 years later an Israeli found it.
(10.2) 1,000-year-old gold coins stashed in clay vessel unearthed in Israel.
(10.3) Time off: Jews of Myanmar
(10.4) Ancient Biblical Archaeology Site DEFILED by Palestinian Authority | Watchman Newscast
11. Inspirational Videos
(11.1) Why Does God Keep Sending Me This Frustrating Challenge? – Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
(11.2) How ONE FOR ISRAEL is bringing awakening to Israel
12. Inspirational Songs and Music
(12.1) Oh Happy Day (Sister Act)
Is the Fall of Satan really described in the Bible?
Dr. Peter Gentry answers in Honest Answers (Episode 91)
An independent comment: “What many don’t seem to understand is that this presentation is not saying Satan never fell in the first place, but rather analyzing the passages that people commonly refer to when discussing the fall. This presentation is analyzing the literary structure used and contextualizing the words with the culture and popular beliefs at the time, as well as the rest of the Bible.”
A NOTE FROM MESSIANIC FELLOWSHIP ONLINE: The independent views expressed in this video are for open learning and discussion purposes only and are not to persuade of determine biblical doctrine.
We trust that you have enjoyed this program for Shabbat. Peace be upon you on until next Shabbat.
Natan and Hannah