Rabbi Jason Sobel

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Signs and Secrets of the Messiah: A Fresh Look at the Miracles of Jesus in the Gospel of John


Does God still do miracles? It’s a question many ask when they read about the wonders God does in the Bible. In Signs and Secrets of the Messiah, Rabbi Jason Sobel seeks to answer this question by drawing on Jesus’ miracles in the Gospel of John, biblical culture, and ancient texts. He reveals how Jesus takes the ordinary and turns it into something extraordinary (turning water into wine), gives new life (healing the man at the Pool of Bethesda), and blesses you so you can bless others (multiplying the loaves and fish). God still does the miraculous . . . if we only open our eyes to see it.

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Mysteries of the Messiah: Unveiling Divine Connections from Genesis to Today

Don't settle for half of the story! Discover the Jewish roots to the Christian faith.

Every page of the Old Testament reveals divine mysteries about Jesus, the Messiah. Only by understanding the Old Testament can Christians understand the complete picture of who God is, how he relates to us, and what he is doing today in the world.

In the Mysteries of the Messiah video Bible study you will walk with Messianic Rabbi Jason Sobel as he shows you how the Bible fits together as a whole to offer one complete picture of Jesus. Rabbi Jason helps us to...

  • Understand the Jewish roots of our faith and begin to see Jesus' life and ministry from a different perspective.
  • See the signs everywhere in the Old Testament that point to the coming of the Messiah in the New Testament.
  • Continue to dig and find mysteries and new discoveries hidden in God's Word.


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