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Sermons, lectures and teachings from Christ Church Jerusalem, founded 1849 as a center of prayer for all nations with worship reflecting the Jewish context of the gospel.

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Sermons, lectures and teachings from Christ Church Jerusalem, founded 1849 as a center of prayer for all nations with worship reflecting the Jewish context of the gospel.

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Christ Church Jerusalem

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Sermons, lectures and teachings from Christ Church Jerusalem, founded 1849 as a center of prayer for all nations with worship reflecting the Jewish context of the gospel.

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Rank #1: Acts 5: From fear to boldness

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28 April 2019 - Rev. David Pileggi, speaking on Acts 5, has us consider what turns the fearful disciples into courageous men and women proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Messiah? Transformation comes from seeing, knowing Resurrection itself, the risen Jesus of Nazareth, who is not just a first century rabbi but something so much more. The disciples are also empowered by the Holy Spirit to preach the Gospel, a message about the forgiveness of sins which flows from Jesus Messiah, who stands in Revelation wounded but glorified, Jewish but for all peoples. Readings: Acts 5:27-32; Revelation 1:4-18; John 20:19-31 Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Apr 27 2019
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Rank #2: Luke 24: Why do we seek the living among the dead?

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21 April 2019 - Rev. David Pileggi, at the 9:30 a.m. service, asks us "Why do we seek the living among the dead?" Why do we seek life in internet fame, in riches, in our own works? Resurrection is not an idea, a doctrine, or a philosophy. Resurrection is a person. "Who are you looking for?" Jesus asks Mary Magdalene. We should be seeking Jesus, the resurrection and the life. Readings: Exodus 14:10-18; Acts 10:34-43; Luke 24:1-12 Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Apr 21 2019
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Rank #3: The Resurrection of Our Lord

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21 April 2019 - At the 6 a.m. resurrection service, Reuven Berger of Kehilat ha'Seh al Har Zion (The Congregation of the Lamb on Mt. Zion)walked us from Genesis 3 to Romans, I Corinthians and Hebrews to show how Jesus' resurrection affects us who are in Messiah. Reuven shares a testimony of how Yeshua relieved him of a life-long fear of death. Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Apr 20 2019
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Rank #4: I Cor 10: Don't be so easily deceived. All is not well!

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25 Mar 2019 - Rev. David Pileggi. Third Sunday in Lent Readings: Isaiah 55:1-9; 1 Corinthians 10:1-13; Luke 13:1-9 Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Mar 25 2019
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Rank #5: Acts 1:15-26 - Bible Study

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13 March 2019 - Rev. Aaron Eime walks us through Acts 1:15-26, where Peter stands up and takes the lead among the disciples, numbering around 120 including males and females. Peter declares that the Holy Spirit spoke through David. Does the Holy Spirit speak through other people? Peter also calls for them to replace Judas among the leadership of the twelve. Aaron notes that a hierarchy has been established with the inner group of twelve. Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Mar 24 2019
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Rank #6: Luke 4: Say no to the devil's shortcuts

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10 March 2019 - On the First Sunday in Lent, Rev. David Pileggi has us consider how the Temptation of Jesus in the desert is relevant to us. God's boot camp, his seminary is the desert, where he teaches us humility, dependence on him, and seperation from the world and its distractions. In the desert he also teaches us to resist the lies of the devil. The devil has been defeated by the cross and the resurrection, and we must be willing to see through the devil's lies and must have the will to say no to his shortcuts and say yes to obeying and being faithful to God. Readings: Genesis 3:1-24; Psalm 91:1-2, 9-16; Luke 4:1-13 Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Mar 10 2019
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Rank #7: Acts 1:1-3 - Bible Study

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27 February 2019 - Rev. Aaron Eime looks at what the Holy Spirit does, where he shows up in Scripture and how Jewish theology of the Holy Spirit developed in the Second Temple period. Then Aaron jumps into the text of Acts, looking at chapter 1, versus 1-3. Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Mar 05 2019
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Rank #8: Acts of the Holy Spirit - Intro

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20 February 2019 - Rev. Aaron Eime and Neville Jones will be leading us through a study of the Book of Acts. In this first session, they will look at how to read Acts as sacred history, the possible purposes of the book of Acts, the identity of the author Luke, and the how Acts mentions the Holy Spirit more times than any other book of the Bible. Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

Feb 26 2019
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Rank #9: Luke 3: Jesus prays, Father speaks, Spirit hovers

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13 January 2018 - Sunday night, Rev. Aaron Eime took a closer look at the at the historical and religious context of baptism in first century Judaism. The baptism of Jesus is in the desert, where John the Baptist has been preparing the way of the Lord. John is calling for national repentance, and Jesus joins in. By doing so, Jesus identifies with Israel and with our humanity. In the middle of this, Jesus prays, the heavens open, and God speaks. How do we know it's God? Because God speaks his scriptures back to us. Aaron also looks at the Holy Spirit throughout the Hebrew scriptures. Readings: Isaiah 43:1-7; Acts 8:14-24; Luke 3:15-23

Jan 14 2019
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Rank #10: Luke 3: Who do you think you are?

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13 Jan 2018 - What is your identity? It should be belonging to the family of Jesus, being a disciple of the Messiah. The Father affirms Jesus' identity, Rev. David Pileggi reminds us, at his baptism: "You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased” (Luke 3:22 ESV). Jesus' response is loyal and faithful obedience to the Father. Through Messiah, we can be called sons of God, and the Father is well pleased with us, before we do anything. The proper response to this outpouring of love is a life dependent and obedient to God. Readings: Isaiah 43:1-7; Acts 8:14-24; Luke 3:15-23

Jan 13 2019
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