Limmud Bible Studies


Shulchan: Gathering Around the Table

In this month's study, we will discover how the shulchan, the simple table, can be a place for fellowship, blessing, and holiness.

Suffering: God's Refining Fire

In this month's Limmud study, we will tackle one of the most difficult issues for people of all faiths: Suffering. Through this study, we will discover biblical insights into coping with suffering and growing through difficulties.

Israel: God's Holy Land

Join us this month in exploring God's special and eternal bond with His people and His land, Israel.
Pslamist King David sings praises

Angels: God's Agents on Earth

In this month's Limmud study, we will explore the centrality of angels in both the Jewish and Christian faith.

Aveilut: A Time to Mourn

In our toughest moments, we are never forsaken. God is with us every step of the way — in life, in loss, and in mourning. This study deals with a topic most of us avoid, yet each of us will confront at some point — the death of a loved one.
Psalm 78:19-20

Miracles: God's Signs and Wonders

Miracles and faith go hand-in-hand. Miracles inspire faith, and faith inspires miracles. However, there is another side to miracles equally as important. Explore Jewish and Christian teachings on the nature of miracles and just how natural miracles truly are.

Shofar: The Sounds of Repentance

In this month's study, Rabbi Eckstein explores the various meanings and spiritual lessons that are associated with this biblically mandated tradition.

Prophecy: God's Word on the End of Days

Learn what Judaism teaches about the End Times, or End of Days. In this study, explore prophecies and teachings regarding this important time in history from both a Jewish and Christian perspective.

Prophecy: God's Word to Us

This two-part study on the topic of prophecy is one of the most relevant and exciting topics of our time.

Jerusalem: God's Holy City

Jerusalem. Center of the world, Holy City of God, the place where all things began and history is destined to conclude. It figures prominently in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It has been the subject of literary works from William Shakespeare and John Milton to Mark Twain and Saul Bellow.

Sabbath: A Day of Delight

The Sabbath, Shabbat, is one of the most important rituals and commandments in all Judaism. Rabbi Eckstein shares more about the significance of this observance in the Jewish tradition.

Jerusalem - God's Holy City

In this month's Limmud study join Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein in exploring the eternal city of Jerusalem and its spiritual significance. We will study its biblical roots and God's plans for her future. Jerusalem has been described as the "eye of the universe."

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