Remember when Yeshua visited his hometown and read from Isaiah and everybody freaked out? This is something that's still done in synagogues today! Noooo not the flash mob part, I mean the part about reading from the Prophets. It's called the "Haftarah" and the earliest record we have of this custom is actually the New Testament. I should warn you though that you may be shocked to see how this tradition has changed since two thousand years ago and it may leave you wondering...what happened to Yeshua's Haftarah? This is a takeaway from my newest Mishnah Snapshots study. We also talked about these questions: ~What do you mean, the Mishnah and the New Testament go hand in hand? ~Did you know half the "Our Father" is from Judaism's oldest and most-repeated prayer? ~Why were all the Christological passages excluded from the Prophetic readings? ~What does the connection between Haftarah and Afikoman tell you about Yeshua? Watch the full lesson and check out this ongoing series by clicking through this episode or by going to holylanguage.com > Learn > Mishnah Snapshots.