Sat, Jun 16, 2018
If you are a dad or mom, or have a living father or mother, or really any loved ones, be sure to hear this sermon. A weekend in June in the USA and Canada is Father’s Day. We focus on Fathers, the 5th commandment, on the One true Father in heaven. We discuss why being a good daddy is so helpful in helping our children understand Father in heaven as a loving and wonderful Father. We talk about our holy children, our marriage covenant and divorce, and when dad and children become estranged from each other. You’ll also find wonderful links to father-child songs that will pull at your heart strings. PLUS…the coming ultimate FATHER’S DAY of all time!
Sun, May 20, 2018
On this Pentecost weekend, would you say you are “FILLED with the Holy Spirit”? Can you ever be – or is it reserved just for apostles and prophets? WHY do we even need God’s spirit? How do we receive more? How do we KEEP God’s spirit? Find out all this and more in this timely Pentecost season.
Tue, May 15, 2018
Did men and women of God in the Old Testament have the Holy Spirit IN them the same way we have God’s spirit today? What are the theological consequences of saying “yes” or “no” to that question? Can God take away the gift of the Spirit if we don’t carefully guard it’s holy presence and function in our lives? This message also conveys what a JOY it is to have God’s spirit and how we are to value and guard God’s holy presence in us. You’ll find more nuance and feeling in the audio version.
Sat, Apr 28, 2018
Duration: 50 mins 40 secs
This sermon will surprise you as we so often use the names of pagan gods and goddesses in our language – often without even realizing it. I list many common everyday words we use that are names of pagan gods. You’ll probably be surprised. So what are we to do? Some are insisting believers should eradicate all such words from their vocabulary. Is that even possible? What did Yeshua do? What does scripture say and do on the subject? How will our Father in heaven solve this problem? He has a plan. Find out what it is.
Mon, Apr 16, 2018
Duration: 1 hr 11 mins 15 secs
In the time between the first Passover and Pentecost, YHVH gushed water from the Rock after it was smitten. Forty years later, He does it again but this time Moses is told to SPEAK to the Rock. Why the difference? Why were Israel’s elders on the rock with Moses the first time, and not the second time? Why did Moses’ disbelief in this instance keep him from entering the Promised Land? And what does all this have to do with us today? Originally posted in 2014, this timeless message will make you ponder a lot of things in your relationship with our Father and Yeshua.
Sat, Apr 07, 2018
Duration: 1 hr 8 mins 7 secs
After Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread, ask yourself: “How FEROCIOUSLY am I fighting what’s wrong in my life, the sins I have allowed to remain in me?” What happens if we don’t root them out? What drastic actions are you willing to take? HOW do we gain the victory over sins that have plagued us all our lives? Is it even possible to be rid of all sin in this life? What warnings does our God give us about cohabiting with unconquered sin? What’s the path to sure victory? All this and more in today’s sermon.
Mon, Apr 02, 2018
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 1 sec
Given originally in 2014, this message is timeless, especially if you focus on the last half of the sermon. Three days and 3 night after Christ’s death, he rose again, and then ascended to heaven “on the first of the weeks" after Yeshua's crucifixion. Our Messiah ascended as the Wavesheaf offering, sanctifying the rest of the harvest of souls so that WE could be accepted by Father. Wavesheaf day is not a holyday, but IS a significant day. Learn about the exciting meaning of Wavesheaf day. Also learn exactly when Yeshua's (Jesus) resurrection took place. Any modern dates given in this message applied to 2014, but you’ll get the important points. Philip
Sat, Mar 17, 2018
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 58 secs
This is a re-post of the timeless message of the Pre-Passover sermon of April 2014. This message is not only about Yeshua's blood, but also about Father's love, whose idea it was to find a way to wash away ALL our sins in the blood of His Word, who became flesh - Yeshua (Jesus). You'll appreciate the crimson thread of the promise of the blood of Christ woven through scripture. You'll need the printed notes to see the diagrams, signs and photo as you hear the audio. I'm sorry I spoke so fast to get thru it all. See what the camp of Israel looked like from the air. Hear something intriguing about Golgotha. Be inspired by the "hidden-in-plain sight" message the pagan Pilate put over the head of our Messiah. . . and much, much more. Embrace Father's love. Receive our Savior's loving sacrifice, amen.
Fri, Mar 09, 2018
Duration: 1 hr 5 mins 41 secs
Passover and the spring holydays will soon be upon us. Are you ready? Do you have to get ready? Don’t let Passover sneak up on you without a lot of thought. Or are you missing our Father’s and our Beloved Yeshua’s love for us because we’re listening to Satan’s messages of unworthiness and failure? May you be blessed in your Passover preparation with this message of our God’s great love for you. Hallelujah! Praise our loving God and review how to have your best Passover ever.
Sat, Mar 03, 2018
Duration: 1 hr 19 mins 58 secs
This timeless message (2 parts) is a re-post from 2014, and a great way to prepare for Passover. We discuss the 2 sides of Passover: the incredible love of God as well as the incredible severity of God (Romans 11:22). Why does it take so much innocent blood to be shed in order to forgive sin? We explain. In Part 1 - we also introduce the beginning of "the crimson thread" throughout scripture pointing to the coming Messiah. For example, why did Isaac carry the wood to his own sacrifice? When was our Savior sacrificed - at least in God's mind? Also we go in depth into the many things our dear Father provides for us through the blood of His Son, the Christ (it's much, much more than just being forgiven of our sins). This sermon ends with us beginning to explore the nuances of Exodus 12. (To be continued in part 2).