Episode 18

Published on:

1st Aug 2020

Wait and Seek

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 book of Lamentations. In this series of poems, we find an outpouring of pain, frustration, anger, depression, and hope. Join Rabbi Kevin Solomon in reflecting on the pain of the destruction of the Temple, our fears during the COVID-19 era, and how we must respond with patient waiting and urgent seeking.

Lamentations 3:3-8; Lamentations 3:21-24; Luke 6:36

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Congregation Beth Hallel and Rabbi Kevin Solomon
Messianic Jewish Sermons by Rabbi Kevin Solomon
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 completed his Yeshiva training with the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS) with whom he holds his rabbinic ordination. Rabbi Kevin is a long standing member of Mensa.

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