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Congregation Beth Hallel is one of the largest Messianic Jewish Synagogues in the world. We are a congregation of Jewish and Gentile members worshipping Yeshua (Jesus), the Messiah of Israel, in a Jewish communal setting. On this podcast, you can experience our Shabbat sermons given by Rabbi Kevin Solomon. Rabbi Kevin is a second generation Messianic Jewish Rabbi, raised in a Jewish home. He earned his undergraduate degree at Georgia Tech and his graduate degree at Emory University. He compl ...
 
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Do you need to improve your prayer life? Rabbi Kevin Solomon gives us some sound council...pray today! Do you struggle knowing what to pray for? Do you find yourself praying the same lists of prayers each day? Listen to Rabbi Kevin share examples from the Scriptures of the power of prayer, what the Scriptures say are important things to pray for, a…
 
The consistent political tension our country has endured has bitterly divided our people. We see hate and anger because of political perspectives. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he takes us to the Scriptures, revealing why and how G-d calls His followers to be different. G-d calls us to live in harmony and peace with everyone; He calls us to be humble…
 
“Thank you Lord for allowing us to reach this season.” The past year has been a tough year, but it has been a year filled with lessons learned. Are you going to forget these lessons when things return to normal? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he shares with us how the Shehecheyanu can help us keep the past year in perspective and provoke us to reflect…
 
During this time, followers of Yeshua across the world are spending time with their families celebrating Yeshua’s birth. And this is wonderful. Join Rabbi Kevin as he digs deep into Luke’s account, showing that most Jewish moments of the story connect Yeshua to the Jewish people and the Torah, which also reveals why he brings salvation to Jews and …
 
Has your hope waned? This year many of us have felt discouraged and fallen into bad habits. Without hope, it is difficult to reverse course. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon today as he finds hope in a prophecy fulfilled by Yeshua which was demonstrated when a father who desperately believed while suffering in unbelief asked for healing for his son. Have y…
 
Join Rabbi Kevin as he shares with us how Yeshua's teaching against being a lukewarm believer (Revelation 3:15-16) connects so well to the story of Hanukkah. Throughout our history, we see Jews who were zealous for God. Judah Macabee was all in! David was all in! Peter was all in! This is an encouraging word that we need to hear, especially during …
 
What can two obscure Biblical characters (only mentioned in one verse!) teach us about faith and patience? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon this Shabbat as he shares with us the profound lessons we can learn from Andronicus and Junia - the cousins of Paul. Whenever you are faced with an obstacle you feel you cannot overcome, this is a message to remember. …
 
This Thanksgiving weekend, we ask ourselves: what are we thankful for? How can we give thanks to God when our present circumstances are so difficult? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he shows us what the Scriptures teach about thanking God even during troubling situations and why we thank Him. Key Scriptures: 1 Thess. 5:16-18; Phil. 4:6-7; 1 Chron. 16:3…
 
With what attitude does God want us to pursue Him? How can this attitude help this generation pass the torch to the next? Join guest speakers Kobi and Shani Ferguson of Moaz Israel share with us how God can make the best out of our mistakes, especially when we are fervently serving Him and seeking to honor Him from generation to generation. Key Scr…
 
The most effective strategy the enemy can use in war is deceiving the opposing side that there is no war. The truth is there is a spiritual war taking place, and as followers of Yeshua, we need to be ready for battle. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he takes us through the Scriptures revealing the weapons we can and should use when we engage in spiritu…
 
How far do good intentions take us? According to Scripture, not very far. Not acting on our beliefs and actions can lead to unfortunate consequences. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon in his Biblical survey showing us the importance of acting on our beliefs and on our word, not just thinking about them. Key Scriptures: Proverbs 6:6-11; Matthew 21:28-32; Tit…
 
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a year filled with the unexpected. Many of us respond with fear and panic. What is the solution? How should we respond when the unexpected comes? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he takes us through the Scriptures revealing how the Bible addresses these relevant concerns. If we apply what the Bible teaches in this ar…
 
Have you been proclaiming the glory of God during the pandemic? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he shares from Psalm 96 and 1 Peter 5 to learn how and why to praise God during the midst of a struggle. Let us humble ourselves and give God glory even as times are tough, a new day is here and new days are coming! Key Scriptures: Psalm 96; 1 Peter 5:6-11 P…
 
We have exciting news! Starting next Shabbat, Congregation Beth Hallel will have in-person services. With this new development, challenges may arise concerning unity in our community. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he takes us through the Scriptures revealing what defines followers of Yeshua and how we (those in-person and those watching/listening onl…
 
2020 has been a year of diminished joy. Fortunately, we find ourselves in this joyful time of Sukkot culminating in the celebration of Simchat Torah - a day of rejoicing with the Torah. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he reads from Jeremiah, Nehemiah, and from the parables of Yeshua showing how Simchat Torah reminds us the word of God can fill us with …
 
Sukkot is a fruit harvest festival and for the past couple of years, each message has focused on a different fruit of the Spirit. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he takes us through the Scriptures digging into the fruit of peace. What is it? How do we cultivate it? And why is it important to discover its true meaning? Key Scriptures: Ex. 23:16; Lev. 23…
 
What is expected of us once we receive atonement? Is repentance all that is expected of us? By what changes in our lives can we take note of to track how we are becoming more holy? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon in his Yom Kippur message as he shares what practices we should be intentionally seeking to make progress in from year to year, from Yom Kippur …
 
What is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement? What is atonement? Why do we need it? We learn in the Torah that the penalty for sin is death and a blood sacrifice is required to provide atonement. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon on Erev Yom Kippur as he explores the Scriptures and walks us through the meaning of “kippur” and how it relates to how we observe Yo…
 
We live during a time of great shaking. Extreme moral failure on personal, national, and international levels is the norm. As believers, what should we do in response? Join guest speaker Rabbi Stewart Winograd as he shares with us God’s expectations and encouragements for us during times of shaking. Key Scriptures: Isaiah 5:20; 2 Chron 7:14; Heb. 1…
 
We are living in uncharted waters. It is a time of uncertainty and for many, this has brought upon fear and depression. In this Rosh Hashanah message, Rabbi Kevin Solomon gives us a message of hope and relief as he takes us through the Akedah (Genesis 22) and shows why this Biblical account has direct application for our lives today as we face thes…
 
It is Rosh Hashanah! This is the beginning of the Jewish new year, the time when we blow the shofar. Our liturgy focuses on the reality of G-d’s Kingship and as followers of Yeshua, we know that Yeshua the Messiah is our King. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he takes us through the Scriptures to show us the significance of this truth and how we can pra…
 
How should we behave while experiencing delay? The way we handle ourselves during these seasons can affect the way God moves in our lives. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon in looking to the prophet Daniel for an example of how to wait in a Godly way during delay. Key Scriptures: Daniel 10:2-3, 10-14; Matthew 24:10-13 Prayer Requests or send an email to inf…
 
People both today and in ancient times, whether they realize it or not are in desperate need of living water. We need to be nourished by the Word of God. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he takes us through the Scriptures revealing why this is crucially important while providing practical steps you can take to receive this nourishment. Key Scriptures: P…
 
It’s much more difficult today to notice our idolatry than in ancient times when people worshiped statues. Now, not only is it common for sin to be idols in our lives, but otherwise good things still can become more important than God. Come listen to Rabbi Kevin Solomon share the common idols of the modern world and explain what the Scriptures offe…
 
We are in the month of Elul, preparing ourselves for the high holy days. These are unique and troubling times. Many are gripped by fear because of COVID-19. In this week's message, Rabbi Kevin Solomon gives a message revealing God's character of mercy throughout the Scriptures. God has been faithful and merciful to Israel throughout our history and…
 
Were you passionately seeking God early in this pandemic? Has this passion slowly faded? Have you wondered how you can regain, and then keep, your momentum? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he guides us through the Scriptural guidance of not growing weary in doing good and sharing how confusion slows down our momentum. Key Scriptures: Psalm 63:1; Galati…
 
As followers of Yeshua, we know that God forgives our sins. However, while many intellectually know this, our lives do not always reflect this truth. In this week's message, Rabbi Kevin Solomon uses the phrase we all know well, "clean up on aisle three" to communicate what the Scriptures teach on this issue. Rabbi Kevin addresses: what we should do…
 
How should we respond to tragedy, especially those out of our control? What should we do when we feel abandoned? This past Thursday was Tisha B’av. A day to remember all the tragic events that took place on this day throughout Jewish history. Most notably, the destruction of both the first and second Temples. On this day we read and meditate on the…
 
Recently a sinkhole was found on Congregation Beth Hallel’s property and it was properly filled. In this week’s message, Rabbi Kevin Solomon explains what caused this in the first place and reveals that many of us also have sinkholes in our lives that we need to address and deal with in a Biblically sound way. Rabbi Kevin takes us through Scripture…
 
Lately we have been carefully paying attention to our physical health. What does Yeshua’s healing of the paralytic teach us about our spiritual well-being? How do these accounts inform our walk with the Lord? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon this week in discovering the beauty of desiring mercy and walking humbly with God. Key scriptures: Micah 6:6-8; Matt…
 
When we think of masks, we often think of protection from COVID-19. In this sermon, Rabbi Kevin Solomon has a very different mask in mind. It is the mask many of us wear to hide our true nature. Join Rabbi Kevin as he explores the Scriptures, examining the dangers of putting on this particular mask while also offering a solution. Key Scriptures: Ma…
 
America is divided across many different issues. Is there a path toward unity? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon in exploring how the Scriptures advocate for unity through Yeshua and how America has had unity in the midst of differences and blind-spots in the past. There is hope in uniting together through love and focusing on our core purpose. Key Scriptur…
 
How might the story of Joseph and Paul’s imprisonment encourage us during this tumultuous time? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he shares with us how even during times of trouble and hardship, God provides silver linings. May we be open and willing to notice and receive these moments of hope in the midst of trials. Key Scriptures: Genesis 39:19-21; Gen…
 
On this Father’s Day weekend many are asking themselves, “what gift should I buy my dad?” Rabbi Kevin Solomon takes this opportunity to explore what the Scriptures teach about G-d’s love for us (His children), how G-d wants to give us gifts, the kinds of gifts we should ask for, and the joy it brings Him when He provides us with those good gifts. K…
 
What do we proclaim to the world when there seems to be so many things to worry about? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he surveys the Scriptures for what God instructs us to proclaim to Him and to those around us. In a world that seeks answers and peace, the best we can do is proclaim God’s shalom, provision, and salvation. Not only do we proclaim bold…
 
We are living in such a troubling time. We are suffering. Our country is suffering and the question that we are faced with is how should we respond? Rabbi Kevin Solomon answers this question by revealing that Jeremiah’s lament over the destruction of Jerusalem provides a road map for how we should respond to our current circumstance. The key is: “h…
 
Have you ever struggled with believing your actions for God’s kingdom go unnoticed and are insignificant? Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon as he introduces us to important people in the Scriptures whose actions took place behind the scenes, but had great significance in God’s plan. Key Scriptures: Joshua 2:1 cf. Matthew 1:5 & James 2:25; 1 Chronicles 13:13…
 
Shavuot harvesting holiday for Israel to bring first fruits, the day Moses gave the ten commandments to Israel on Mount Sinai, and the day God sent the Ruach HaKodesh (Acts 2). Rabbi Kevin Solomon begins the service by examining Ruth's story and Paul’s words in Romans 9 to explain why non-Jewish followers of Yeshua are invited to celebrate this won…
 
This week was Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day), the day on which we remember Jerusalem returning to Jewish hands in 1967. This is the same year the Young Messianic Jewish Alliance was officially formed - it was the birth of modern Messianic Judaism. Is there theological significance to these corresponding events? In Luke 21:24, Yeshua says, “Jerusa…
 
The quarantine and social upheaval is taking its toll on many of us. Anxiety and uncertainty continue to weigh on our spirits. This week, Rabbi Kevin Solomon uplifts us with a message on how trauma can lead to experiencing God more deeply. Learn what the story of Jacob and a pesky typing test teach us about perseverance resulting in reward. Key Scr…
 
How does God's desire for us to live life abundantly relate to the suffering we experience? How can we experience abundant life when things are going wrong? Rabbi Kevin Solomon encourages us to not seek inner joy and contentment from your job, your freedoms, or even your family. The only anchor for abundant life that transcends this world is our tr…
 
The New Covenant teaches that G-d will not forget His children (Luke 12:6-7, Hebrews 6:10). During this pandemic, many feel isolated; it can seem as though G-d has abandoned us. What reason do we have to believe that G-d is faithful to keep His promises? Rabbi Kevin answers the question in one word: Israel. If G-d is faithful to keep His promises t…
 
The coronavirus is having a dramatic impact on our society. People are filled with anxiety in these troubling times and the question we must face is: how should we deal with this anxiety? In this week’s message, Rabbi Kevin explores the words of David in Psalm 139 and Paul in Philippians 4, revealing that communing with G-d through thanksgiving all…
 
Have you noticed how easy it is to passionately seek God during difficult times but easy to lose this urgency during times of comfort? This Shabbat, Rabbi Kevin Solomon reminds us that we must remember the compassion God provided during difficult times while we are experiencing favor. Eating matzah, the bread of affliction, should remind us of God'…
 
During this time of isolation, living in a time of a global pandemic we can feel lost. If we as followers of Yeshua have the G-d's Spirit in us, how can we be experiencing such suffering? Rabbi Kevin addresses such concerns by exploring David's life. He had G-d's Spirit and yet like us went through isolation and suffering (1 Samuel 16:1, 12-13; Psa…
 
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