The scriptures that mention Yeshua being address as "Rabbi"
Rabbi Yeshua and His Talmidim
Teaching from the Torah : Mattityahu 5:21-26
Teaching reasoning processes : Mattityahu 21:23-27
His Rabbinical Authority : Mattityahu 7:28-29; Mattityahu 21:23
There are many rank and status in the Biblical leadership to perform special duties.
Pre Messianic: - Prophet, Kings, Princes, Captains, Head of the Tribes; Kohen HaGadol, Kohen Elders of the Tribe; Rabbis, Prushim, Sanhedrin, scribes.
Messianic era: Elders of Messianic Assemblies; Overseers; Deacon; Messianic Ministers.
1 Timotheous 4:14 Do not neglect the spiritual gift within you, which was bestowed upon you through prophetic utterance with the laying on of hands by the presbytery.
For this cause left I thee in Crete, that thou shouldest set in order the things that are wanting, and ordain elders in every city, as I had appointed thee: (Tit 1:5)
If any be blameless, the husband of one wife, having faithful children not accused of riot or unruly. (Tit 1:6)
For a overseers must be blameless, as the steward of Elohim; not selfwilled, not soon angry, not given to wine, no striker, not given to filthy lucre; (Tit 1:7)
But a lover of hospitality, a lover of good men, sober, just, set apart, temperate; (Tit 1:8)
Holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he may be able by sound teaching both to exhort and to convince the gainsayers. (Tit 1:9)
1Ti 3:8 Shammashim likewise must be men of dignity, not double-tongued, or addicted to much wine or fond of sordid gain,
According to the Renewed Covenant, Gentile Believers have entered a Jewish faith (see Romans 11:24). They are spiritually circumcised and become part of the Commonwealth of Israel (see Ephesians 2:11-13). To be a member of a Messianic synagogue, a Gentile Believer should love the Jewish people. He needs to understand what Hashem is doing among the Jewish people. He needs to be able to say, along with the Ruth of the Bible: your people shall be my people and your Hashem shall be my Hashem (Ruth 1:16). We thank Hashem for the many wonderful Gentiles who have such a love for Israel.
A Messianic Synagogue can be the ideal place for intermarried couples. Many have expressed that we have the best of both worlds - the rich Jewish heritage and a vibrant spirituality that comes from knowing the Hashem of Israel and Messiah Yeshua in a personal way.
What are the roles of a Rabbi?
How did it began?
Rabbi, means "teacher", or more literally "great one". The word "Rabbi" is derived from the Hebrew root word רַב, rav, which in biblical Hebrew means "great" or "distinguished (in knowledge)". Sephardic and Yemenite Yehudim pronounce this word רִבִּי ribbī; in the modern Israeli pronunciation רַבִּי rabbī is derived from a recent (18th century) innovation in Ashkenazic sefer tefillot.
The rabbi is not an occupation found in the Torah. The basic form of the rabbi developed in the Pharisaic and Talmudic era. Many persons seem to suppose that a Jewish rabbi is in some sense the Kohen of his people. The rabbi does not, and cannot, undertake to discharge the solemn duties which the sons of Aharon were privileged to perform.
Traditionally, a man obtains semicha ("rabbinic ordination") after the completion of an arduous learning program in the codes of Jewish law and responsa.
The most general form of semicha is Yorei yorei ("he shall teach"). Most Orthodox rabbis hold this qualification such as moreh hora'ah ("a teacher of lessons"). A more advanced form of semicha is Yadin yadin ("he shall judge"). This enables the recipient to adjudicate cases of monetary law, amongst other responsibilities. He is addressed as a dayan ("judge"). Few rabbis earn this ordination. Although not strictly necessary, many Orthodox rabbis hold that a beth din (court of Jewish law) should be made up of dayanim.
Rabbi is in fact a form rank and status of Judasim. An officially ordained Rabbi can officiate a wedding; conduct a funeral, social welfare of their congregation members, pastoral care, Jewish court hearing, he could perform Mikveh, and he can acceptance collection of titles and offerings
The status of a Rabbi was already existed during the times of Yeshua. Yeshua is our Torah Observant Rabbi; Nikademon was a Rabbi, and Rav Shaul also a Rabbi. However we have not seen Rav Shaul ordained any one to become Rabbis or neither are there any list of qualification of a Rabbi, but rather specific list of qualification as an Elders, Overseers or Shammashim all must be in a group of the same status in a Messianic Assembly not a one man show. In the time of Yeshua, to be call a Rabbi is someone who has the ability to interpret the Scriptures correctly and having a great knowledge of the scripture. It is the people expression of honour and respect. Yeshua ha Moshiach not only interpret the scripture correctly and He live up to what he teaches. He is 100% Torah Observant Jew. Yeshua deserve to receive our praise and honour, He is our Greatest Rabbi. The title "Rabbi" makes one can feel a sense of uplifting or feeling "cool" or "high" or standing on higher platform about yourself. Therefore Yeshua send this warning message about receiving the praises of men.
The role of Messianic Rabbi
In the Messianic Jewish Movement the
title of rabbi is indicative of vocation ministry responsibility under Moshiach.
It is NOT a title of exaltation, but given only for purpose of order in the
body. In today's Hebrew meaning it is simply teacher. Today a rabbi is a congregational
leader / servant. He is an administrator of business and spiritual things in
the congregation. He organises and encourages the various gifts and callings
in the congregation. He is responsible to teach the Torah, Dvar Elohim soberly
with earnest study, but He is not the only one responsible. He is traditionally
of Jewish origin, so the title helps him to identify with and to serve the Jewish
people. He should be able to read in Hebrew and also have understand Greek biblical
language as well.
A Messianic Rabbi serves as the leader or assistant leader of a Messianic Jewish congregation. He must confess to his own Jewishness. He must be able to read Hebrew and also be familiar with Judaism in general. He must have a specific desire to reach Jewish people with the news of Messiah, and to teach Torah. As with all ministry titles, their title "rabbi" is viewed as signatory of responsibility, not of praise. A Messianic Rebbitzin is the wife of a Messianic Rabbi, and she is ordained along with him. The title is Messianic Rabbi/Rebbitzin as the case may be, or MRav abbreviated.
MESSIANIC RABBI / REBBITZIN
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Information about MBI
What is Messianic Minister?
There is also another ordination known as Messianic Minister Below is a description:-
A Messianic Minister typically serves one or more offices of the five-fold ministry (shepherd, herald, teacher, etc.). This person may also be a worship leader, psalmist, other ministry specialist, or a minister's spouse, but they must be apt to teach/preach. They have authority in most states to perform weddings and funerals. The title is Messianic Minister or the calling title with "Messianic" preceeding it, or MMin. abbreviated. No Messianic Minister of MBI may call themselves a prophet (navi) or apostle (shaliach) as a matter of official title, without the express written consent of the Executive Office. In Hebrew a pastor is roeh, evangelist is m'vasayr, teacher is moreh, prophet is navi, and apostle is shaliach.
Shabbat and Kosher. It is expected that all
Messianic Ministers will heed all G-d's instruction as best they understand
it, including the biblical commandments for the Shabbat and in partaking of
kosher food, as being that which is made holy by the clear directed Word of
Elohim, with thanksgiving. The Messianic
Minister must be free from all substance and/or emotional addictions, and free
from any financial entanglements that could bring a reproach on Messiah.
Bankruptcy, drunkenness, alcholism, chemical dependency, psychological
counseling or psychiatric treatment must be reported to the Executive
All Rabbis and male Messianic Ministers shall wear a Talit (Talis) that is woven white with dark stripes whenever or wherever they are called to speak or officiate (except if they choose not to at night). Female Messianic Ministers or Rebbitzin may wear a feminine bat mitzvah type talit or a feminine head covering, which may or may not have tsitsit attached. Women shall not wear the traditional male Talit (white with dark stripes). All Messianic Rabbis shall wear a kipa (yarmulke) when officiating their duties (optional for male Messianic Ministers who are not Rabbis).
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