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Welcome to Shema:

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Shema Shema Israel, Adonai Eloheinu , Adonai Echad . Baruch shem k’vod malchuto l’olam va’ed .

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Shema Hear, O Israel, the LORD our God, the LORD is One! Blessed be the name of His glorious kingdom, forever and ever. Amein.

Matthew 24:45-51; 25:1-5:

Matthew 24:45-51; 25:1-5 “Who then is a trustworthy and wise slave servant - someone the master has made ruler over the household staff, someone who gives them food at mealtimes? That slave servant is in a happy state if the master arrives and finds him doing what he is supposed to do. He will put him in charge of all his possessions. The Source with Hebraic adaptation by Rabbi Lutton

Slide 5:

“But if the bad slave servant says to himself, ‘My master’s away a long time’, and starts beating up on his fellow slaves, and eating and drinking with the drunkards, then his master will come when he’s least expecting it. He will chop him in half and his fate will be with the overly critical, hair splitting, pedantic religious types. There will be great sorrow, pain and anguish.

Slide 6:

“This is also a story about Heaven’s Realm. Ten unmarried girls took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom. There were five silly ones and five sensible ones. The silly ones didn’t take any oil with their lamps. On the other hand, the wise ones took oil containers with their lamps. The bridegroom was away a long time, so they all got tired and went to sleep.

Matthew 24:6-13:

Matthew 24:6-13 “At midnight there was a shout, ‘Here’s the bridegroom! Go out and meet him!’ “Then all the girls got up and got their lamps ready. The silly ones said to the wise ones, ‘Give us some of your oil! Our lamps are going out!’ “But the wise ones answered, ‘No, if we do that, we might not have enough! Go away and buy your own!’

Slide 8:

“The bridegroom came while they were away buying it. Everyone who was ready went with him to the wedding and the door was shut. “Afterwards the other girls came too, and said, ‘Sir, sir, open the door!’ “But he answered, ‘I tell you I don’t know you!’ “So then keep your wits about you, because you don’t know the day or the hour.

Matthew 25:14-20:

Matthew 25:14-20 “It’s like a person going away from home, who calls his own slave servants and entrusts his possessions to them. He gives one of them five bags of money, another two bags of money, another one bag of money, depending on their ability. He immediately sets off on his travels.

Slide 10:

The person who had the five bags of money traded with them, and made another five bags of money. The person who had the two bags of money did the same thing and made another two. The person who had one bag of money dug a hole in the ground and buried it.

Slide 11:

“After a long time the slave servants’ boss came back to settle accounts with them. The person who had the five bags of money brought along five extra bags of money. He said, ‘Boss, you gave me five bags of money, and I’ve made five extra bags of money!”

Matthew 25:21-23:

Matthew 25:21-23 “‘Well done, you good trustworthy slave servant!’ the boss said. ‘You’ve been trustworthy with a few things, now I’m putting you in charge of lots of things! Let’s go and celebrate!’ The person who had the two bags of money said, ‘Boss, you gave me two bags of money to me, and I’ve made two extra bags of money!”

Slide 13:

“‘Well done, you good trustworthy slave servant!’ the boss said. ‘You’ve been trustworthy over a few things, now I’m putting you in charge of lots of things! Let’s go and celebrate!’

Matthew 25:24-30:

Matthew 25:24-30 “The person who had been given the one bag of money spoke up. ‘Boss, I know you’re a severe person! You can make money from practically nothing! I was afraid, so I buried your bag of money. Here’s your money!’

Slide 15:

“‘You evil, lazy slave servant!’ the boss reprimanded him. ‘You knew that I can make money from practically nothing! Well then, you should have deposited my money with the public bankers, and then I could have had the interest when I came back!

Slide 16:

“‘Take this the bag of money from him! Give it to the person who has ten bags of money! Even more – to overflowing! - will be given to a person who has! But a person who doesn’t have – even what they do have will be taken away! “‘Throw that unprofitable slave out into the dark! There will be great sorrow, pain and anguish!’

Matthew 25:31-36:

Matthew 25:31-36 “When the Son of Man comes in his splendor along with all his Messengers, he will sit on his glorious throne. All the nations will be assembled in front of him. He will separate them from each another, just like a shepherd separates sheep from goats. He will put the sheep on his right side and the goats on the left.

Slide 18:

“Then the King will say to those on his right side, ‘Come on, people blessed by my Father, inherit the Realm which has been prepared for you since the foundation of the world! You gave me food when I was hungry, you gave me a drink when I was thirsty, you took me in when I was a stranger, you gave me clothes when I didn’t have any, you visited me when I was sick, you visited me when I was in prison.

Matthew 25:37-40:

Matthew 25:37-40 “Then the people who are right with God will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we feed you when you were hungry? When did we give you a drink when you were thirsty? When did we take you in when you were a stranger? When did we give you clothes when you didn’t have any? When did we visit you when you were sick or in prison?’

Slide 20:

“And the King will answer, ‘If you did it for the least important of my brothers and sisters, you did it for me!’

Matthew 25:41-46:

Matthew 25:41-46 “Then he will say to those on the left side, ‘Get out of my sight, you cursed ones! Off you go, into the permanent fire prepared for Slanderer-Liar and his messengers! I was hungry and you didn’t give me any food, I was thirsty and you didn’t give me a drink, I was a stranger and you didn’t take me in, I didn’t have any clothes and you didn’t give me any, I was sick and in prison and you didn’t visit me!’

Slide 22:

“This will be their response: ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry, thirsty, a stranger, without clothes, sick or in prison, and didn’t give you what you needed?’ “He will answer, ‘If you didn’t do it for the least important of my brothers and sisters, you didn’t do it for me!’ “These people will go off to eternal rehabilitation, but the people who are right with God will go off into eternal life.”

Luke 21:37-38:

Luke 21:37-38 Yeshua taught at the temple by day, and during the nights he went out to the Mount of Olives to spend the night there. The people were getting up early in the mornings, going eagerly to the temple to hear him speak.

John 12:20-28:

John 12:20-28 There were some Greeks among those who went up to worship at the Feast. They went to Philip, who was from Bethsaida in Galilee, and asked him, “Sir, may we see Yeshua , please?” Philip went to tell Andrew, and then Andrew and Philip went to tell Yeshua . Yeshua answered, “The time has come for the Son of Man to be honored.

Slide 25:

Let me make this clear. A grain of wheat will always be a single grain of wheat unless it falls to the ground and dies. If it dies, much fruit will grow from it. The person who wants to preserve self will lose it, but whoever lets go of self in this world will keep it for eternal life.

Slide 26:

“The person that materially provides for me must follow me. Where I am, my servant will be there too. My Father will honor the person who materially provides for me. Now my soul has been distressed, and what am I going to say – ‘Father, save me from this time’? No, it was for this very reason that I came to this time. Father, give honor to your Name!”

John 12:28-34:

John 12:28-34 Then a voice came from heaven: “I have given it honor, and I will also give it honor again.” The crowd standing listening said that there had been thunder, but others said that a Messenger had spoken to Yeshua . “This voice was for your benefit, not mine,” Yeshua remarked.

Slide 28:

“Now is the turning point of this world, now the leader of this world will be thrown out! And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all people to me!”

Slide 29:

He said this to indicate the sort of death by which he intended to die. The crowd responded, “We heard from the Law that the Anointed One will remain forever. So why do you say, ‘The Son of Man must be lifted up’? So who’s this ‘The Son of Man’?”

John 12:35-36:

John 12:35-36 Yeshua answered, “You’ll have the light among you just a little while longer. Walk around while you have the light, so that the darkness doesn’t overshadow you – the person who walks around in the darkness doesn’t know where they’re going! Believe the light while you have it, so that you will become people associated with light.” After Yeshua said this, he left there and hid from them.

John 12:37-49:

John 12:37-49 They didn’t believe Yeshua despite the fact he had performed such great miraculous signs right in front of them. This fulfilled the account by Isaiah the Prophet, who said, “Lord, who has believed our preaching? To whom has the Lord’s power been revealed?”

Slide 32:

This is the reason they couldn’t believe, as Isaiah says elsewhere; “He has blinded their eyes And hardened their hearts, So that they can’t see with their eyes Nor understand with their hearts nor be turned around, So that I could instantly divinely heal them.” Isaiah said these things because he saw Yeshua’s splendor and spoke about him.

John 12:42-43:

John 12:42-43 However, many of the leaders did believe him, but because of the Pharisees they would not openly agree with it. If they did agree, they would be put out of the synagogue. They loved praise from people more than they loved praise from God!

John 12:44-50:

John 12:44-50 Then Yeshua shouted, “When someone believes me, that person doesn’t only believe me, that person also believes the One who sent me! When that person looks at me, that person also looks at the One who sent me. I certainly have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes me will stay in the dark.

Slide 35:

If a person listens to my words and doesn’t put them into practice, I certainly won’t judge that person, as I haven’t come to judge the world, but to save the world. The person who disregards me and doesn’t receive my words already has their judge – the Word which I have spoken will judge that person on the Last Day.

Slide 36:

I certainly didn’t speak on my own initiative, but the Father who sent me commanded me as to what I am to say and what I am to speak. And I know that his command is eternal life. So whatever I say is exactly what the Father has told me to say.”

Mark 14:1-2:

Mark 14:1-2 The Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread were two days away. The chief priests and Bible scholars were looking for a cunning way to arrest Yeshua and kill him. They said, “It can’t be during the feast, as the people might riot.”

Luke 22:1-6:

Luke 22:1-6 The Feast of Unleavened Bread was approaching. The chief priests and the Bible scholars were searching for a way to get rid of Yeshua . They had to find a way which would not turn the people against them, as they were afraid of them. Then Adversary entered Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve.

Slide 39:

Judas went to the chief priests and the temple police and had a discussion with them about how he could betray Yeshua . They were overjoyed and made an agreement to pay him for it. He fully agreed, and watched out for a good opportunity to hand Yeshua over to them when the crowds weren’t around.

Matthew 26:1-5:

Matthew 26:1-5 After Yeshua finished all these sayings, he said to his disciples, “You know that the Passover is in another two days, and the Son of Man is to be handed over to be crucified.” The chief priests and the elders of the people assembled at the chief priest’s palace - his name was Caiaphas.

Slide 41:

They plotted to arrest Yeshua by some deception and then kill him. However, they figured, “We’d better not do it during the feast, in case it causes a riot!”

Mark 14:3-9:

Mark 14:3-9 Yeshua was in Bethany at Simon the leper’s house, reclining at the dinner table. A woman arrived carrying an alabaster jar of very expense perfumed ointment made from pure spikenard. She broke the jar and poured some perfumed ointment on his head. But some of them were indignant and said to each other,

Slide 43:

“Why was this perfumed ointment wasted? It could have been sold for a whole year’s wages and given to the poor!” They started threatening her. “Leave her alone!” Yeshua ordered. “What are you bothering her for? She’s done me a favor! You always have the poor around! You can do them a good turn whenever you want to, but you won’t always have me around!

Slide 44:

She has done what she could – she has anticipated the anointing of my body for burial preparation. Let me tell you, that wherever the Good News is declared throughout the whole world, what she has done will be told in honor of her memory!”

Matthew 26:6-13:

Matthew 26:6-13 When Yeshua was in Bethany at Simon the leper’s house, a woman turned up carrying an alabaster flask of very expensive perfumed oil. She poured the perfumed oil on Yeshua ’ head while he was reclining at the dinner table. When his disciples saw it, they were indignant.

Slide 46:

“What a waste!” they muttered. “This perfumed oil could have been sold for such and- such an amount and given to the beggars!” But when Yeshua realized what was going on, he said, “Why upset this lady? She’s done me a good turn. You always have beggars around, but you don’t always have me with you!

Slide 47:

This lady was pouring this perfumed oil on my body for my burial! Indeed, what she has done will be talked about in her memory throughout the entire world where the Good News is proclaimed!”

Mark 14:10-11:

Mark 14:10-11 Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve, went to the chief priests to betray Yeshua to them. When they heard, they were pleased and promised to give him some money. So he started looking for an opportunity to betray him.

Matthew 26:14-16:

Matthew 26:14-16 Then one of the Twelve by the name of Judas Iscariot went to the chief priests. “What are you willing to give me if I hand Yeshua over to you?” he enquired. They agreed to pay him thirty pieces of silver. So from that moment on Judas kept an eye open for an opportunity to betray Yeshua .

Slide 50:

And in conclusion:

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