David Pileggi

David Pileggi
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David Pileggi lives in Jerusalem with his wife Carol and their three adult children where he is the rector of Christ Church in the Old City of Jerusalem. They have lived in Israel for 33 years where David has worked as a journalist/researcher and for 19 years was director of a study program dedicated to teaching Christians about the Jewish context of their faith. David has an M.A. from the Hebrew University in Jewish Studies and is a licensed tour guide. David Pileggi lives in Jerusalem with his wife Carol and their three adult children where he is the rector of Christ Church in the Old City of Jerusalem. They have lived in Israel for 33 years where David has worked as a journalist/researcher and for 19 years was director of a study program dedicated to teaching Christians about the Jewish context of their faith. David has an M.A. from the Hebrew University in Jewish Studies and is a licensed tour guide.

LISTEN: John 4: The living water

Rev. David Pileggi talks about the importance of Living Water with reference to the geographical location of the largest spring complex in the Middle East and it’s significance as a picture of the inexhaustible supply of pure water that flows from the Spirit of God.

LISTEN: Matthew 4: In the power of the Spirit

In the continuation of the book of Matthew, Rev. David Pileggi reminds us that at His Baptism, God affirms and gives identity to Jesus. It looks like Jesus is set up for success however He is led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil.

LISTEN: Matthew 17 – The way of glory

Rev. David Pileggi discusses the transfiguration of Jesus asking the question, "How does it apply to our lives today."

LISTEN: Matthew 5: Rising up to be salt and light

Rev. David Pileggi continues the theme of the Kingdom of God reviewing last weeks key points and then linking forward by stating that with the blessings, found in the beatitudes, comes the responsibility of being the salt and light of the world.

LISTEN: Matthew 5 – Rising up to be salt and light

Rev. David Pileggi continues the theme of the Kingdom of God reviewing last weeks key points and then linking forward by stating that with the blessings, found in the beatitudes, comes the responsibility of being the salt and light of the world.

LISTEN: Matthew 5: The kingdom and discipleship

Rev. David Pileggi continues the subject of healing and asks the questions; Who are these words for? How are they applied? Are they really doable?

LISTEN: The call to repentance, discipleship and healing

Rev. David Pileggi reaffirms the importance of Jesus hearing the voice of God, saying “This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased,” giving His identity and direction. He equates this to us hearing the voice of Jesus, which has the ability to transform our lives.

LISTEN: Matthew 3 – The Baptism of the Lord

Rev. David Pileggi teaches on the historical and cultural relevance surrounding the baptism of the Lord. Whilst it is not possible to pinpoint the exact location of Jesus' baptism, he answers the "why?" and "how?", in accordance with Jewish custom at the time and ties this in to the continuing emphasis of a lifestyle of repentance.

LISTEN: Matthew 11: What does a messiah do?

Rev. David Pileggi spoke on how John the Baptist and Jesus had a different view of what Messiah should look like. Jesus exhorts John and us to not be put off by his delaying judgment for mercy's sake.

LISTEN: Matthew 3: Repent, for Jubilee is at hand

Rev. David Pileggi, on the second Sunday of Advent, speaks on John the Baptist's announcement of the coming judgment and its relationship with the coming restoration.

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