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Proclaiming the Besurat HaGeulah HaMalchut, the Good News of the Kingdom of Yeshua HaMashiach, and declaring ADONAI's eternal covenant of Torah!

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Beit Shalom means "house of peace," and this is exactly what ADONAI has called our congregation to be - a place where the suffering and hurting of the Jewish people and all other nations can come to receive the shalom shalom (perfect peace) of G-d through a personal relationship with His Messiah Yeshua. Our synagogue is committed to teaching the message of Messiah and the truth of G-d's Torah (Teaching or Instruction) as the means of living a holy life of obedience before the L-rd to Jew and Gentile. We understand and accept all believing Gentiles whom ADONAI calls into our congregation as grafted-in members and sojourners with the people of Israel, equal in every way with our Jewish congregants and accountable to the same Torah.  As a part of the Messianic Movement, we believe that ADONAI has brought back Messianic Judaism in this age as a prelude to the salvation of all Israel (Romans 11) and the return of Messiah Yeshua as King over all the earth.

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News From Beit Shalom
For Shabbat, 
October 22, 2016

                        Beit Shalom Messianic Synagogue 

Beit Shalom Messianic Synagogue

1425 East Jackson Street

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Thomasville, Georgia 31792



Weekly Newsletter

Fourth Day, Chol HaMoed Sukkot

Shalom Mishpocha v'Chaverim:
Prayer Needs:
Please see all individual prayer needs near the end of this message. 

Intercessory Prayer:
No intercessory prayer at the synagogue on Wednesday, October 19th.  
Beit Shalom Youtube Channel:
Beit Shalom past livestreamed messages are archived at

Messianic Daily News by Messianic Times:

Calendar for October:
10/16/16- Building the sukkah!
10/17/16- Sukkot 2016.  We worshipped with the Lulav and Etrog.  Had one ushpiz.  Great food and fellowship.

    **Saturday, October 22nd.  No service at the synagogue 
Camp-out at Sam and Karen Flowers' property in Monticello Friday, October 21st - Saturday, October 22nd. Plan to arrive from 4-6PM on Friday, October 21st. Covered dish supper at 6:30 (bring food that doesn't have to be kept hot.) The synagogue will provide the iced tea, coffee, plates, and etc. 
Those that wish to sleep inside the barn may bring their air mattresses and sleeping bags.  There is also plenty of space for tents and RVs. Electrical plug-ins are available.  There is a porta-potti near a light which will be on all night.  
After our evening meal, we will have an Erev Shabbat Praise and Worship service with prayer and sharing.  There will be a bonfire and S'mores and plenty of good fellowship.   Special treat: Watch "Ushpuzin" together!! 
Saturday morning, a continental breakfast will be provided by the synagogue.  Following breakfast, we will have an informal Shabbat service.  Everyone is invited to give a 5 minute d'rash on the Torah portion and/or on the topic of Sukkot.  
The event will end after the morning service.  Everyone is welcome to stay as long as they wish.  Be sure to bring some more food if you plan to do so.  Karen, Sam, Erica, and Matt have been working hard to prepare for us.  Talk it up among yourselves so we will have a great crowd.  The Flowers' address is 414 Bonnett Pond Road, Monticello, FL.  There will be a direction sheet available at the synagogue this Shabbat and also on the first day of Sukkot.  
Monday, October 24th.   Sukkot VIII. Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Service.  11AM. Oneg in the sukkah.
Saturday, October 29th.  Synagogue service.  11AM: Liturgy, praise and worship and prayer. 12:15PM: Sandwich oneg. Parasha Bereshit. Livestream at 1:15PM.  Torah Service followed by D'var Torah: Rabbi Robert Ackerman. Torah discussion.
Sunday, October 30th.  Deconstruct and store the sukkah.  10AM.
This Shabbat:
Fourth Day Kol HaMoed Sukkot
At the Flowers property
Shabbat Morning Prayer:  none.
Shabbat Worship:  no synagogue service.
Shabbat Oneg Committee:  ---------.
Torah: Exodus 33:12-34:26; Numbers 29:26-34.  
Haftarah: Ezekiel 38:18-39:16.
Ketuvim Shlichim: Luke 9:28-36.
                              Congregational Monthly Calendar
3 (Monday) Rosh Hashanah.
12 (Wednesday) Yom Kippur
17 (Monday) Sukkot I
24 (Monday) Sukkot VIII
Beit Shalom Prayer Needs
Israel: Pray for the salvation of all Israel; protection from the enemy, for Israel's Messianic Jews and congregations, and for Prime Minister Netanyahu and the elected leaders of Israel. Continue to pray for rain, that the Sea of Galilee might reach full pool. Water Problems Continue.  Prayer needed! Pray for wisdom in leadership and ADONAI's protection from the enemy on all of the borders. Pray for protection for the people of Israel from the recent terrorist attacks against families and individuals. Pray for nations to stand with Israel in this hour!
Joe Khatib and his family in Israel (Joe: continue to be in health), Herb Brooks (arthritis), Chris Brooks, Lou McPherson, Ray McPherson, Mrs. Giles, Danny Roman (healing of eye), Michael King (Crohn's Disease), Ivory Walker (back issues and pain) and Lillian Jack (health).
Frances Silverman and Christine Whatley (for health in older age), Joshua King, the Hanes family (Zemer Levav; for provision), Mills Ackerman,  Tony Lequire. Rabbi Jeff Adler  and Jim Strasser (John's father; stress and heart).
Taylor Correctional Institution:
Main Unit:  David S.
Annex: Matthew G., Isaiah T and Brian W.

B'rachot b'shem Yeshua (Blessings in the Name of Yeshua),


Robert Ackerman

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