How to Know G-d

Before we get into the subject of my message this week, I want us to reflect a bit on our individual lives. If you consider what I have to say you will receive my message with opened eyes. It’s called “Count your blessings, ” if you… Woke up this morning with more health than illness,… Read more »

Workers of Iniquity : carnality and antinomianism defined

What is the scriptural definition of this word, “INIQUITY”? Have you ever wondered what Yahshua meant when He used it? Stick with me and I will give you the biblical definition and then fasten your seatbelts. But first ask your selves why is it that people listen to men, instead of the King who holds… Read more »


I. Introduction 1. The Bible presents two prominent themes in its sixty-six books. 1. The way to God 2. The walk with God 2. The first theme is directed to the lost-those dead in their sins. It tells how they can be saved. 3. The second theme is aimed at the Believer, explaining how to… Read more »

The Concept of Freedom: Freedom From/Freedom For

Tonight, I want to talk to you about “Freedom.” We in the US like to boast about our freedoms, yet I say democracies are both a blessing or a curse: as Torah is a blessing or a curse. Largely everything depends upon how we understand the concept of freedom and of Torah. A large part… Read more »


Radio transcript #2 Rabbi Tama’ Davis Hypostasis and our Relationship to G-d Tonight I want to talk about the problem of poor circulation as it relates to our relationship with G-d. How many of you have been told that you have poor circulation in your legs? What are the symptoms? Let me first say before… Read more »

Para Aduma Radio Message 2

July 12, 2002 Shabbat Shalom v’ Brachas. Sabbath Peace and blessings to all of you and your loved ones. May this time find you healthy and prosperous in both spirit and sustenance. If by happenstance, this broadcast finds you ill in body or mind please write us with your petition and we will pray for… Read more »

“Shabbat Shalom” First Radio Message

July 5, 2002 This is Messianic Rabbi Phil Davis welcoming you to our first broadcast of “Shabbat Shalom.” By way of explanation, “Shabbat” is the Hebrew word for Sabbath and Shalom means peace and we at Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue wish all of you a Sabbath Peace and G-d’s blessings. Since most of this station’s… Read more »

“You have heard” and “I say unto you” Message 2

In message one we covered Matthew 5: 21-47 in order to demonstrate that to fully understand scripture we must look for the concept and not just look at the particular. From our text, I will now explore how Yahshua revealed the concepts in the statements he addressed in this passage. First, we will look at… Read more »

“You have heard” and “I say unto you” Message 1

Text: Matthew 5: 21-43 You have heard me say many times that we have to go beyond the literal content of a verse of scripture and get to the concept behind it. Recently, in our Prophecy class I realized that many of you do not fully understand what I mean about going to the foundational… Read more »


I. Malachi is the last book of the OT. 400 years of silence followed it. Malichi predicted such a drought. The name Malachi means: My Messenger. Malachi wrote this book about 396 B.C. toward the end of Nehemiah’s rule in Jerusalem. This book only has four chapters and begins in the days of a corrupt… Read more »