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Fri, Jun 02, 2017
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 23 secs
Hear your Love Story, your "goel" Redeemer, Gleanings and threshing floor times...it's all here. On Pentecost (Shavuot in Hebrew), the book of Ruth is often read and discussed. Why? Find out in this teaching. Learn about YOUR kinsman redeemer, your "goel" - your eternity depends on it. Are you in a "threshing floor" time of your life? Learn what that means. Learn the lessons of courage and faith that remarkable Ruth will teach us all. We'll read this book with a spiritual outlook as we apply famines of the word of Yehowah, and marriage of set-apart believers to their King. This short book is really not just about Ruth and Boaz - but about you and your marriage to your King, your divine Redeemer.
Sat, May 27, 2017
Duration: 1 hr 13 mins 44 secs
What are your sabbath days like? Holy, enjoyable, refreshing, restful and happy – or a drag and boring? This message explores how to make the sabbath a more productive and holy time. We explore why I call it your “date” with your future husband Yeshua. How would you prepare for a date with Christ? Why am I calling it a “date” or “appointment”? Should you buy anything on the sabbath? Is any work allowed? What personal activities would be recommended – and which ones not? All this and more are in this message. Let others know about this topic. We all could use it.
Sat, May 20, 2017
Duration: 1 hr 12 mins 2 secs
All through our lives, there are things that cause us to fear and worry. We are in the last days when perilous times shall come. Even great patriarchs of the Bible had fears and worries. What should we do when faced with terrifying situations and possibilities? What are you afraid of? How do we deal with the times when we see God is going to allow us to go through prolonged pain, illness and suffering – and maybe even death to loved ones or to ourselves? 7 Keys to having victory over fears and worries.
Tue, May 09, 2017
Series: Sabbath
Duration: 1 hr 9 mins 57 secs
Though originally posted in 2008, the material in this sermon series is timeless. Whether you keep the 7th day Sabbath or not, I urge you to hear this 3-part series. I promise, it will be worth your time. Most Christians believe the 7th Day Sabbath was changed to Sunday in the New Testament to honor the resurrection of Jesus. This 2 or 3 part series will address the major issues: Has the Sabbath been fulfilled and therefore no longer required? Was the Sabbath in force before Mt. Sinai? Is the Sabbath a more important commandment than others? Was the Sabbath just for Israel and not Gentiles? How can we even be sure which day now - since Creation - is the 7th day? This first sermon will challenge long held notions, no matter from which camp you come!
Tue, May 09, 2017
Series: Sabbath
Duration: 1 hr 17 mins 23 secs
Recorded originally in 2008, you’ll find this 3-part Sabbath series helpful information. Do you worship God out of tradition – or according to God's word? This message will encourage you to freshly examine the Sabbath of God. Did Jesus really break the Sabbath? Did He and the apostles change the 7th Day Sabbath to Sunday worship to honor the resurrection? Or, is there now no Sabbath required in the New covenant, because Jesus is our rest? Did the New Testament Gentiles keep the Sabbath? Will the Sabbath be kept forever and ever? These and more will be addressed in this message.
Tue, May 09, 2017
Series: Sabbath
Duration: 1 hr 20 mins
Recorded originally in 2008, you’ll find this 3-part Sabbath series helpful information. We explore and explain various scriptures some use to tout their teaching that God's Sabbath commandment has either been annulled or fulfilled in Christ. Jesus warned us not to minimize God's commands by our traditions (Mark 7:7-13). We end with a brief summary of how the 4th century "Christian" practices regarding Sabbath/Sunday worship had become quite different from Sabbath practices observed by the earliest believers, which we studied in sermon #2. We pray this message will help dedicate you to obeying God's 4th commandment instead of popular custom.
Fri, Apr 07, 2017
Duration: 1 hr 18 mins 33 secs
Yeshua came as a Jew. But Jews for the most part reject him as the Messiah. Why? Don’t be so hard on the Jews. There are strong reasons why they find it hard to receive him as their Savior or Messiah. We WILL see more and more Jews come to recognize and accept their Jewish Savior. This sermon will help you understand where they’re coming from. If you’re a Jew listening to this, I’d love your comments and feedback.
Sat, Mar 11, 2017
James 5:16 says the fervent prayers of righteous people are the ones that “avail much”. ARE our prayers “fervent”? Do you feel you could use a pep talk to put more spark and fervency into your praying? This teaching defines fervency in prayer and gives several examples of fervent prayer. Can a silent prayer be fervent? Do fervent prayers have to be loud, long, or animated? Find out, from scriptural examples.. Many of us could benefit from this teaching about the power of fervent prayer.
Sat, Feb 25, 2017
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 36 secs
Almost everyone professing to be a Christian knows that Christ, the son of God, died for our sins and thereby took away the death penalty of our sins. That’s already deeply profound. In this teaching we explore several other deeply meaningful things he did for us. What else was taken away when he took away our sins? But do you and I LET him take all of these other things away, or do we insist on clinging to some consequences of sin? Let this Passover be more meaningful because of understanding the depth and totality of Christ’s sacrifice.
Sat, Feb 04, 2017
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 27 secs
our name is special and yet the Almighty is going to give us 3-4 brand new names in His kingdom. What is a “name”? Why do we need new names? What will your new names be? We’re given some strong clues. WHO will be those receiving new names? Will your name include your Father’s and mother’s names – and more? Where will you be given those names? Find out all this and more in this encouraging message. Hear the audio with notes. Though originally given in 2004, this sermon has been totally updated with new material. So if you heard it before, you’ll be inspired to hear it again.