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Sat, Nov 29, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 36 secs
Jesus said, “My Father gives you the Bread from Heaven”. At least for Believers, spiritual Manna has not stopped coming from heaven. Find out WHO the manna represents. How can we eat of the Bread of Life that gives us eternal life? What habits must be engrained if we are to live the parallels between ancient manna and our lives today as Believers? Manna is so much more than just being a picture of the Bible or Bible study. Learn how – and so much more – in this message. Certainly if you want to grow deeper in your love for your Savior and His Word, hear this heartfelt sermon.
Sun, Nov 02, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 36 secs
You know we’re called a “living stone”, but why not a “living brick”? Have you ever thought about that? The differences between stones and bricks explains what our Father is doing in preparing us for eternity. We hope you are encouraged and blessed by this message.
Wed, Oct 15, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 58 secs
Biblical information is timeless. We are re-posting sermons given previously for your enjoyment. Have a wonderful feast. God's final holyday each year after the seven day feast of Tabernacles is simply called "the 8th Day" in Scripture. Jews call it "Shemini Atzeret" - which also points to 8th. Hear how "8" points to new beginnings, new starts. So the 8th Day Festival can't be about a "LAST Great Day" at all, but about an incredible FIRST NEW DAY - when all things will be made NEW. This sermon is not what Jews are teaching. Nor is it entirely like what is being taught in most Church of God sermons about this day. Find out what it really is all about. Discover Yeshua's tie to Adam and Eve. We hope you will be thrilled as Father lets us catch just a glimpse of what is coming for all who now love Him or will come to love Him and His beloved Son. We're re-running the 2012 sermons as the information is timeless, just the dates have changed.
Tue, Oct 14, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 12 mins 46 secs
Biblical information is timeless. We are re-posting sermons given previously for your enjoyment. Have a wonderful feast. The 7th day of the Feast of Tabernacles, the last day of the feast, is a very meaningful day. There's more information than I've shared before about this day. Jews have called this day, "Hoshana Rabbah" for millennia - meaning the "Great Salvation" or "Save us, O Great One". Even in the days of Yeshua (Jesus) it was the Great Day of the Feast. Find out why. Find out why water was poured out and why "the Pierced One" led priests around the altar 7 times on this day. Discover the correction for God's people from the prophet Haggai on this very day. Why were there 7 final bulls sacrificed? Read John 7:37-39 and why Yeshua said what He said on this day at the precise moment He did. Find out why humanity will be crying out for King Yeshua (Jesus) to save them this late in the Millennium...and much more.
Sat, Oct 04, 2014
(No Audio available; need some repairs. Use the notes) This day is the holiest and most solemn day in Judaism. But I ask, is the apprehension associated with this day really what the Bible teaches? It’s vital to get the truth about the meaning of this spectacular day and all that it points to. Some groups spend a lot of time talking about sin, what the human high priest did, or man-made traditions. Others focus on Satan on this day. In the New Covenant, and Hebrews 8-10 etc., our focus must be on our victory in Christ. We focus on the POINT of Lev 16, on our victory, our reconciliation, and on Yeshua (Jesus) who makes it all possible. To him be all glory.
Thu, Sep 25, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 5 secs
I preached this message about Yom Teruah, Feast of Trumpets, in 2013. The dates are different from 2014, but the message is timeless. This year, if you keep the rabbinic calendar, you’re keeping this holyday Sept 25. If you are basing it on seeing the moon in Jerusalem, you’ll likely be keeping it on Sabbath 9/27. Hear this message to learn the next steps leading up to the coming of Yeshua. Does the 7th trumpet sound on the Feast of Trumpets? You might be surprised. Do the saints hover over Jerusalem for a day or two and then land on the Mount of Olives? Learn all about the ram’s horn “shofar”/trumpet. What does it mean for us today? Why is it called a Memorial day? Why is it called “Yom Teruah” in scripture but Jews call it Rosh Hashanah? This and more… be sure to hear this sermon. And be checking the blogs too. I might have a brand new message this year 2014 also.
Sun, Sep 14, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 36 secs
Paul told Timothy that the House of God, the Temple, is the church – the called-out ones. In this message learn what responsibilities and opportunities it brings to be the dwelling place of God’s presence. Are our lives His House of Prayer? Being dedicated and consecrated for sacrifice, prayer and worship. Temples and threshing floors. When God’s temple needs cleansing. All this and more.
Sat, Aug 23, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 36 secs
Why do we “go to church services” or to the Feast? This sermon explores the word “worship”. What did that word mean in the original Hebrew and Greek? Does our concept of “worship” in English match what the original Hebrew and Greek referred to? What did Yeshua mean when he said we would worship God “in spirit and truth”? Do you and I really worship? We could be worshiping in vain, according to our Savior. Let’s worship correctly. This message explains how and why.
Fri, Aug 08, 2014
Passage: Psalm 52:12
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 36 secs
King David recorded his prayer of repentance for us and in Psalm 51:12 asks for “the joy of Your Salvation” to be restored to him, after he had killed Uriah and committed adultery with Uriah’s wife. Are you and I living in the sheer joy of our Father’s salvation? Why do so many of God’s children seem so dour and joyless about the Almighty’s salvation? What is robbing us of our joy of salvation? How do we get that joy in the first place, or have it restored – if we’ve lost it? Whose joy is it? But we all sin – so how can we have any joy of being saved? You’ll find all this and more keys in this latest message about experiencing the wonderful joy of our Creator’s salvation.
Sat, Jul 19, 2014
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 30 secs
We know Abba, our heavenly Father, is love personified. This sermon continues that theme (hear the previous sermon first) but now we focus on the question: when we sin, does God still love us? Or do we fall out of His love when we sin? Does God really not hear sinners? If not, how would they ever repent? Did Yeshua heal sinners? Can we come to God when we’ve failed to “measure up”? We hope this message gives you a lot to think about as we grow in our relationship with our Father and Savior.