HIG#008 – Matthew 10 – Being Emissaries of the Kingdom

Written by on 06/06/2022

Hebraic Insights in the Gospels Podcast Episode 8 Description:

Who were the 12 disciples or emissaries of Yeshua Messiah?

How can Messiah’s instructions to His disciples and the way He sent them out, help us when it comes to discovering who we are in Messiah, and what our individual role is in His Kingdom plan?

Are there any consequences of being a follower of Messiah that we need to know about and be prepared for?

What are the obstacles we may have to face? If we find those things to be frightening, come at a high cost, or think ourselves in any way limited or unable to deal with them, how can we overcome, and stick with it to endure to the end?

Join us, for Eliyahu’s insight on the above and more in Matthew chapter 10!

Hebraic Insights in the Gospels Podcast: Join us on Hebraic Insights in the Gospels for a look at the life, words, and deeds of Yeshua Messiah (Jesus Christ) and His followers from the Torah-centric, Hebraic perspective they were originally lived and written in. If you’re interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the Hebrew Roots of our faith, or would like to consider a different point of view in your Scripture Studies without getting bogged down in various religious traditions, this is the podcast for you!

Originally created to air on Tsiyon (pronounced Zion) Ministry’s internet radio station Tsiyon Road Radio. These programs are a chapter by chapter Scripture study of each of the 4 Gospels starting in the book of Matthew. In each episode the program’s creator Abigail BD, introduces the material and often adds questions and Scripture Readings for listeners to consider in their study. The main insight on each portion is then shared by her co-host and father, Eliyahu ben David.

Theme Song Music Credit: Stand at the Crossroads by Feet On A Rock. You can find their music on Spotify, Youtube Music, Apple Music or buy from the Artist.

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