Picture Album: The Ark of the Covenant
Behold, the Mercy Seat! The everlasting grace, compassion, and long-suffering of Yah Almighty. See Hebrews 4:16.
The Ultimate Sacrifice: The Brazen Altar
The Brazen Altar represents the Ultimate Sacrifice! The Messiah gave Himself as a freewill offering, that you should not perish in your sins and trespasses. "So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many..." (Heb. 9:28)
Top View: The Brazen Altar
Be you totally consumed in the will and purpose of YHWH's purifying flame. "For our YAH is a consuming fire." (Heb. 12:29)
Cleansing Symbol: The Brazen Laver
ARE YOU WASHED IN THE BLOOD OF THE LAMB?
To the left above is the Brazen Laver
A Sweet Savor: The Incense Lantern
The incense symbolizes the pure and precious prayers and petitions of His people.
"For whom YHVH loves, He chastens, and scorges every son whom He receives." -Heb. 12:6
Purifying Flame: The Lampstand
The Lampstand! Fill your lamps with oil and await the bridegroom, lest He move your candlestick out of its place. Rev. 2 and Matt. 25, the parable of the ten virgins. "By Him therefore, let us offer the sacrifice of praise to YAH continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to His name." (Heb. 13:15)
How We Worship: The Table of Shewbread
"Man shall not live by bread alone..." (Matt. 4:4) The Messiah shall fill you with bread from His Father's table.
How We Worship: The Ten Commandments
The Ten Commandments! Let the transition be from tables of stone to tables of the heart. "I will put my laws in their mind and right them in their hearts..." (Heb. 8:10; Jer. 31:33)
How We Worship: The Tree of Life
Here we see the Tree of Life! The Hebrew alphabet constitutes the 22 building blocks of all creation. When YHVH speaks, people listen! See Hebrews 1:1-3
Our Guest Presentor: Pastor-Evangelist John Saba
John Saba ministers in the Holy Priesthood after the order of Melchizedek. (See Hebrews 12:7) We thank him for this informative and inspiring presentation.
Our Worship Service: What You Will Experience!
O' give thanks to YHVH. Call upon His name. Make known His deeds among the people. Sing to Him. Sing psalms to Him. Speak of all His wondrous works. (Psalm 105:1-2)
Other articles on this page discussed the name of Bet Yeshurun Assembly (BYA), its nature, authority, reputation, character and how BYA worships in spirit and truth as Yahushuah commands. This article further examines how the worship services of BYA are based upon scripture. Choose the button below to read about the format of our weekly Sabbath service!Service Format
What We Believe
We believe in the One true Divine El of Israel, the Almighty Elohim of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. His name in Hebrew is YHWH, often written "Yahweh" or "Yahuah" and means the Everliving One.
The Scriptures are the divine revelation and revealed Will of YHWH, focusing on His Son, Yahushuah (called in mainstream religion "Jesus Christ").
Yahushuah is the Son of our Heavenly Father (YHWH). He was the giver of Torah and is the fulfillment of Torah. He is the only way of salvation for mankind. (Acts. 4:12) See our list of Messianic prophecies.
The Ruach ha'Kodesh, or Holy Spirit, has the essence, power, and mind of YHWH, and makes believers begotten children of the Kingdom of YAH.
Man has no hope for eternal life within himself. He is dependent upon the grace of the Savior and redeemer to be saved. This is done by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the mind and soul of man.
The Kingdom of Elohim is an everlasting kingdom based upon the Sovereignty of Yah as its King. The kingdom of Yah will eventually encompass the whole of creation. (Rom. 8:20-21; Rev. 5:13)
Yah's laws are Spiritual, everlasting, merciful, righteous, and holy. The laws of Elohim are the true liberation of men upon the earth. We must live by every Word of Yah. (Luke 4:4) Yah's Divine law applies to us living today under the New and Better Covenant.
The duty of believers is to carry the Gospel message, or Good News, to all nations, kindreds, and tongues. This message consists of the truth of: a) Yahushuah's literal return to reign on this earth; b) the grace and justification of Yah; c) sanctification or holiness through His Word and Spirit. d) Yahushuah is the only Savior of mankind.