Mon, Nov 02, 2020
Duration: 47 mins 36 secs
We normally expect God to speak and work through “His” people, like “church people”, believers, His prophets and ministers and “good people”. But this 2-part sermon will show you how God often chooses to work with people we would LEAST expect, from totally unexpected sources, to his glory. In the coming years especially, we’re going to miss a LOT of God’s revelations and recognize where God is working if we discount people and places we’re least expecting. Enjoy the messages. Let me know what you think.
Sat, Oct 10, 2020
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 58 secs
God's final holyday 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 day. Hear how "8" points to new beginnings. So when correctly understood, the 8th day is not the Last Day of a feast now past, but the FIRST of everything that comes after the Millennium. Be excited about this day because ALL the holydays really point to this day - WHEN ALL things will be made new and when all humanity will be truly one with YHVH and one another. It's a day of massive resurrections including of your loved ones. It's a day of universe-sized changes and new creations. There's so much to be thrilled about in this exciting message.
Wed, Oct 07, 2020
Duration: 1 hr 11 mins 8 secs
This is very close to the sermon I gave at the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) 2018. Many found it very personal and “convicting” and motivational to do our part in being the holy dwelling place of God. Does God really want to live among and with humans? The depth of His desire will amaze and humble you. Discover your vital role in letting God and Christ dwell in you – even as you in them. Please print out the notes first as this will move very quickly.
Tue, Oct 06, 2020
Duration: 48 mins 16 secs
Is the “last great day of the feast” on the 7th day, the last day, of the Feast – or on the 8th day? And it matters a lot. There’s a LOT that applies to our relationship with God when we understand it correctly. John 7:37-39 During the Feast of Tabernacles, Yeshua said some very significant words. This is a sermon I’ve given before but it’s timely to re-post it. Is the “Last Great Day” really about the 8th day holyday as many believe, or is the “Last Great Day” about events that happened, as it says, on the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles? This day is full of wonderful meaning. Learn about how the water all figured into this. What does the 7th day picture? What happened on the 7th Day of the Feast that related to Yeshua’s electrifying statement and plea to come to Him and drink of Him (John 7:37-39)? Why was there a “Pierced One” on this day? Why was the Pool of Siloam involved? Was there any water service on the 8th day holyday? This message may change the way you think of “the Last Great Day”.
Tue, Oct 06, 2020
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 36 secs
I gave this sermon originally in November 2014, six years ago, but its message is timeless. It's important to understand why God calls his children "living stones" and not "living bricks". YHVH is forming those who will be part of his kingdom. How are stones different from bricks? Why did YHVH forbid the use of bricks in his altars and temple? The answers will inspire you and help you appreciate your unique and high, high calling from God Most High. This is a very timely Feast of Tabernacles message too.
Fri, Sep 25, 2020
Duration: 1 hr 16 mins 54 secs
This teaching is all about praising Yeshua, our Messiah-Redeemer and how his life and sacrifice was a full and complete atoning of our sins. I originally gave this in 2016. Everything about the day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) is spotlighted right on Yeshua and on him alone. HE is our atonement. HE is our Redeemer. HE is the one who takes all our sins upon himself. This message may be a major shift for some of you but I hope with the careful use of scriptural backing that you will all end up praising Yeshua for his total and sole position as our Atonement in every respect. Learn how Satan has wormed his way into this most sacred of holydays and how we, God’s children, aren’t fooled by him.
Sat, Aug 08, 2020
Duration: 1 hr 4 mins 58 secs
The pure in heart will see God – so will you and I see God? In this sermon we cover: What is one’s “heart” spiritually? What does a “pure heart” look like? How and when do we get a pure heart? Can we purify our own hearts? Can someone with a pure heart still sin in this life? What kind of heart do we naturally have? Is our present new heart still hostile to God, deceitful and desperately wicked (Jer. 17:9) – or is it entirely different from that? How do we get a strong, gorgeous, pure heart? Enjoy!
Thu, Jul 23, 2020
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 56 secs
This timeless message is a reposting of a sermon originally given in 2013, but we know it will inspire you and help you see yourself and others in a wonderful light.
Yahweh made promises and covenant with Abraham and his children. Who are Abraham's children today? Can Yahweh also call Gentiles (non-Israelites by birth) "My people"? Why are there no gates in heavenly Jerusalem named after any Gentiles? Are Gentiles able to be part of the covenant with Abraham and Israel -- or does that depend on where you are born? Or has Yahweh rejected Israel in favor of Gentiles instead?
Sat, Jul 18, 2020
WHO are the "children of God" and the real "children of Abraham"? Are Gentiles "2nd class citizens" of the Kingdom? How do Gentiles fit into all the promises made to Abraham and to Israel? Is YHVH the God of the Gentiles too, or just Israel? Are all Jews automatically part of the new covenant people of God? When, according to scripture, can a natural-born Jew not be a Jew? How does one become known as a "child of God" or a "son of Abraham"? You'll hear all this and more in this first of 2-part teaching.
Sat, Jun 27, 2020
Duration: 1 hr 17 mins 44 secs
This lesson from good friend/elder Jeff Niccum in WA state, was first posted 10 years ago and again 3 years ago, but you’ll enjoy it today. This message ties in very nicely with my 3 part series on The Wedding of the Lamb. In this sermon, you’ll get a great GLIMPSE into the heavenly Jerusalem and more. God exists in eternity. There was nothing but the spirit dimension prior to the physical creation. Will the physical creation last forever, or will the reality of the universe revert back to only the spirit dimension? Is the physical creation the means to an end - and if so, what end? Based on clues from scripture, this message is a thought-provoking and fun hypothesis to ponder. This message also includes an intriguing analysis of the new Jerusalem. Enjoy.