with Rabbi K.A. Schneider

Jesus came to serve and give life to others. We can love the Father and lay down our lives for Him by serving Him.

Happy Shavuot


Spring Holy Days 2013 


Praise God, Tuesday evening May 14th begins The LORD’S Appointed Holy Day- Pentecost, which is called in Hebrew Shavuot. We first read about this Biblical Holy Day in Leviticus 23:15-22. Later we find Yeshua’s first disciples celebrating this day in the book of Acts 2:1-5.

Although historically this was an agricultural feast, it became associated with the day the LORD gave the Children of Israel the Ten Commandments at Mt. Sinai. In Acts 2, where thousands of Yeshua’s disciples were celebrating this feast, the same God that appeared to them on Mount Sinai in fire and glory (Exodus 19:18), appeared to them again in fire and filled them with His Spirit.

At Pentecost/Shavuot God went from reaching us through tablets of stone, to touching us by His Spirit in our hearts. God’s relationship with man has moved from the outer to the inner, and because of this we are eternally empowered to move forward in our relationship with Him.

Final atonement for sin was accomplished at Passover. The gift of the Holy Spirit was given at Pentecost-Shavuot. Hallelujah!

Shalom, love and blessings to you in Messiah Yeshua,

The Discovering the Jewish Jesus Ministry Staff
Messianic Rabbi K.A. Schneider


Holy Violence

Matthew 11:12 reads “ From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and violent men take it by force.” This is speaking of a holy violence. A fierce determination to seize the LORD and the things of the Kingdom and never let go.
The Shulamite bride cries this out when she finds her lover again “…When I found him whom my soul loves; I held on to him and would not let him go…” When we have encounters with Jesus we should hold onto Him through the energy of the Holy Spirit.
Messianic Rabbi K.A. Schneider once audibly heard the Holy Spirit tell him, “Seize my word and don’t let anything else in.” To hear more about this powerful word of knowledge from the LORD, visit DiscoveringTheJewishJesus.com and click the ‘videos’ tab to tune in to his latest message.

“It is safer to be walking on water with Jesus than it is to be on the boat without Him.” Trust Him through trials, risk, or hurt.

-Rabbi Schneider in Song of Songs series.

Our purpose is not only to know God, but to share in his work!

Song of Songs Continued


Have you been following our Series in Song of Songs? If so you will be glad to know that season 2 has started this week.

Rabbi Schneider continues to unfold one of the most beautiful parts of scripture and shows how it is a prophetic love letter between God and His church.

Many who listen are being blessed and coming to new levels of the LORD’s love and experiencing Him in new ways.


If you missed season one it is available to watch online by visiting DiscoveringTheJewishJesus.com and clicking the Videos tab, here you can also sign up for free podcasts. It is also available for order on DVD or CD by visiting the products page. 

You don’t want to miss the this beautiful book and all that the LORD wants to pour into your life.

“For behold, the winter is past…” You don’t have to be afraid; look at all He has done for you, what you have been through together, and how whole you are now. He is with you still. The winter has past now, so trust Him with the future.

Rabbi with one of God's beautiful creations!

Rabbi K. A. & Cynthia Schneider sit down with Jonathan Lamb and his wife Suzy Lamb in the Green Room for an interview on Daystar!

Jesus does not define us by our failures, temporary struggles, or what others say about us. He sees us as who we are in Him, who He has destined us to be, and who we are going to become. He sees us in our eternal destiny.

(Rabbi K.A. Schnieder in The Song of Songs)


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