Is there more than favorite dishes, food comas, and football – YES! This week we look at the importance of remembering the blessings of the Lord and giving thanks to Him in the midst of our circumstances.
Let’s face it, we all need some comfort now and them from the troubles of this life. The good news is that Jesus is the God of all comfort; we look at the difference between comfort and being comfortable – they’re not the same!
(NOTE: The sound was muted for the first half, just advance about 21m into it – I do summarize most of what I was speaking)
The supernatural power of the Lord is where He is; our strength comes from being near the Lord. In this message we share how you can stay strong by being close to the Lord.
Living the supernatural power of the Lord isn’t mystical and it’s not out of reach; quite the contrary. The power of the Lord in our lives is only as far as we are from Jesus.
Life is short but God is eternal. Sukkot is a time to remind us that God loves and cares for us. He wants to have time with us and the temporary nature of life is a preparation for better promises to come.
We reflect on God’s love for us in the holiday of Yom Kippur by ensuring that we can be sealed – preserved – with eternal life.
As we begin a new year with Rosh Ha Shanah, it’s important to remember the Days of Awe and whether they’re Awww or Awe!
We recount the blessings of the Lord and why we have reason to celebrate a new year with what He’s already done for us.
As we come to the end of another year in the Jewish calendar, it’s a time to close the books but where does that idea come from? Does God really have a ledger on our lives and what do the Scriptures tell us?
Jesus quotes Isaiah 61 in a controversial sermon claiming that the prophecy is fulfilled – what did Isaiah speak and why is it relevant to the upcoming holiday of Rosh Ha Shanah? Is there a common theme and how does it relate to our series on the Law?
When Jesus heals a paralytic, he tells him to get up and carry his mat, causing an issue over the Sabbath. This week we look at the Law behind this concern and what the intent was and how Jesus lifts our burdens and give us rest.
The Law of God is important but can there be a situation where there’s a higher principle? The Jewish concept of ‘pikuach nefesh’ or watching over a soul is mentioned in both the Old and New Testament to give us better clarity on applying God’s Word.
Ah the oldest trick in the book – be it the nose flick or some other prank, we can get distracted or fooled even when we expect it. We look the the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) – THE oldest trick in the Book and how not to fall for it in our daily lives.