We are a congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish people who worship Messiah Yeshua and are called to discipleship and outreach, all within a Jewish expression.
  

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Shoresh David Messianic Congregation

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Service every Shabbat (Saturday), 10:00AM at:

105 N Park St
Monroeville, PA 15146-4013

   

July 2014

 

Sundays – 9AM – Fellowship Hall Remodeling – as we continue to move toward completion, we meet on a regular basis. Please consider offering a few hours of support.

Tuesdays 6 – 9 PM -- Do you need prayer for healing? We are participating in Gateway Healing Rooms, held at St. James' Church, across from McDonalds on Frankstown Road in Penn Hills. Come for individual prayer with trained, Spirit-filled prayer warriors.

Saturday – July 5th 5 PM – at Gary & Tamara Smith's Home - 137 Oggs Lane, Irwin PA 15642 – a party to celebrate the Declaration of Independence. God has blessed this Country with so much (natural resources, economy, and freedom). We should thank God for all these blessings. There will be Fireworks, Fun, Fellowship and Food. Everyone is invited. The Smiths will be providing the meat (hot dogs, chicken and hamburgers) and drinks (pop, juice, beer and water). We are asking that those who are coming, bring a side dish.

 

Jul 5

Balak – Balak
Numbers 22:2 – 25:9
Micah 5:6 – 6:8
Mark 11:12–26, 1 Corinthians 1:20–31
Reader – McCormick


Jul 12 Pinchas – Phineas
Numbers 25:10 – 30:1(29:40)
1 Kings 18:46 – 19:21
Mark 11:27 – 12:37, John 2:13–22
Readers – Kelly

Jul 19 Mattot – tribes
Numbers 30:2(1) – 36:13
Jeremiah 1:1 – 2:3
Matthew 23:1–39, Philippians 3:12–16
Readers - Knight
  
Jul 26 Masei – stages
Numbers 33:1 – 36:13
Jeremiah 2:4–28, 3:4
Matthew 24:1 – 25:46, James 4:1–12
Readers – Bucko

Joy in the Journey

Pursuing the Presence and Power of the Spirit
Dan Juster spoke on the above topic during his two time slots at the Tikkun Conference. Dan mentioned that our lives can be viewed as a sandwich. Between the times of our born again experience and our death and resurrection we are to be occupied with pursuing the presence and power of the Holy Spirit.

Dan mentioned that we are not to live in chapter 7 of the book of Romans (Romans 7 describes the person who has not come into the reality of the resurrection), but we are to live in Romans 8 (Romans 8 describes the person living in the presence and power of the Holy Spirit).
Romans 6 tells us that the old man has been crucified through our identification with Messiah's death. Through our identification with Messiah's resurrection we are raised in newness of life and power. What is left of the old man is a mere imprint of him to tempt me. The real me; my truest identity in Messiah, is righteousness in my inner being that desires to serve God.

How do we live this out in practical reality? We daily (sometimes momentarily) reckon; consider ourselves dead to sin and the tempting influences of this world by adding (calculating) up the facts of Romans 6:1-10 (our identification with Yeshua's death and resurrection).

This means practically that when we are tempted we don't identify with the particular sin and say, for example, "Well, that's just who I am, I'll never change." By doing this we sow seed into our old man. Rather, when we are tempted with lust, for example, we respond, "That's not who I am! I have a pure mind and in my deepest being I am a person who dwells in purity." By doing this we are sowing seed into our new man. We can call this "responsible disassociation."

It is the Holy Spirit who connects us to this meaning of being dead to sin and alive to God. We no longer have to give in to sin.

Have a great summer, Ned

 

    

Baruch Hashem!!!

"Keeping my vessel clean is for the here and now -- Contamination will cloud the vessel so I cannot hear God at an opportune time to help."
 

If you wish to support God's work at Shoresh David, please use the Pushke (offering) box on the back left wall of the sanctuary. We do not take up regular collections.


There are Shabbat school classes during services for ages 3-4, 5-12, and teens.

Month's Greeters:
5th – Ruth
12th – Bob
19th – Sue
26th – Mike K.