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Rabbi Jason Sobel

Host: Dr. Tim Clinton

December 29, 2021

In Matthew 13:52, Jesus said, "Every teacher of the law who has become a disciple in the kingdom of Heaven is like the owner of a house who brings out of his storeroom new treasures as well as old." Sadly, many Christians fail to grasp the Old Testament foreshadowing of Christ. On today's edition of Family Talk, Rabbi Jason Sobel, author of Mysteries of the Messiah, invites believers to stop settling for just half of our spiritual inheritance, because everything in the Old Testament ultimately points to Jesus.

Meet the Guest


Rabbi Jason Sobel

Raised in a Jewish home in New Jersey, Rabbi Jason Sobel has dedicated much of his life to finding truth. After years of studying, he encountered the Lord and found his destiny as a Jewish follower of Jesus (Yeshua). Suddenly, all the traditions Rabbi Jason grew up with took on new depth and meaning as God connected ancient wisdom with the teachings of the Messiah. Rabbi Jason received his Rabbinic ordination from the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations in 2005. He also holds a B.A. in Jewish Studies and a master’s degree in Intercultural Studies. Rabbi Jason is the founder of Fusion Global, a ministry that seeks to bring people into the full inheritance of the faith by connecting treasures of “the old and the new.” He co-authored with Kathie Lee Gifford the New York Times best-seller, The Rock, The Road, and The Rabbi. Rabbi Jason is also the spiritual advisor to The Chosen TV Series, and host of The Chosen Unveiled on TBN.

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