Steven Elwart • Sermon • • 56 views
Torah and Bible Study: How is it Different Today? The Talmud, in Tractate Shabbat (30b), relates a story about King David’s Bible study: it was so devoted that "the Angel of Death stood before him but could not prevail against him, because learning did not cease from his mouth." Bible study combines…
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge Christian Fellowship Tallahassee • Sermon • • 35 views • 1:15:48
The just shall live by faith. Jesus has fulfilled the law of Moses. Those who trust that He died on the cross for our sins, was buried, and has been raised are justified by believing, by trusting Him. We cannot do enough good things to earn a place in God's perfect Kingdom. We must have His righteousness given to us as a gift in order to enter. In the Kingdom, we are no longer bound to Moses law. We recognize that all the law is fulfilled in this, Loving God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength, and loving our neighbor as ourself. Jesus is our redeemer, saviour. He is both just and the justifier of all those who come to God through Him. There is no other mediator between God and man. Just Jesus. Please trust in Jesus. He is the only hope for our World. Recorded at Refuge TLH on Sunday, June 2, 2019.
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 23 views • 44:10
Pentecost Sunday is normally thought of as the Birthday of the Church. But Pentecost never was a Christian concept. The roots grow very deep in Jewish soil. But the light that shone in ancient times blazons as a beacon into the future until the Lord comes back. What is Pentecost? Is it about speaking in tongues and getting thousands saved, or is it something else, indeed, something more? Join the Grace United crew as we review what God has to say about Pentecost, and its effects for every follower of Jesus.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge Christian Fellowship Tallahassee • Sermon • • 18 views • 1:13:19
The way of Jesus, of His Kingdom, sets us free from the tyrrany of personal vendetta. We are free to forgive and love and help people who hurt us, who wound our pride, and who persecute us, who anger us. We are free to give away what we have knowing that God, who owns everything, is able to provide and protect and repay so that there will always be, in the end, justice, though we may see much injustice around us. God knows. Remember, while being hurt, Jesus neither fought back, nor ran away, rather he absorbed the hurt and forgave those responsible. The Spirit of Jesus is within all those who follow Him, trusting Him, those who've been born from above. LORD, help us to be different than we are. Recorded at Refuge TLH on Sunday, July 14, 2019.
Semi-Septennial (Palestinian) Cycle
Rob Wilson • Sermon • • 15 views
Title Slide ; ; ; Words Torah These are the names of the sons of Israel who came to Egypt with Jacob, each with his household: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah, Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin, Dan and Naphtali, Gad and Asher. All the descendants of Jacob were seventy persons; Joseph was already in Egypt.…
Douglas James Wilson • Sermon • • 15 views
INTRODUCTION: We have seen that the apostle Paul continues to answer the question created by the gospel of grace. Gentiles are under sin. Jews are under sin. They are both under sin. God promised to remake the world through Abraham, and God did this by sending a final Adam. This glorious message can…
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge Christian Fellowship Tallahassee • Sermon • • 6 views • 1:09:36
Jesus fulfilled the Torah, the law, and fulfilled and is fulfilling the prophets. Though the coming of the Messiah is the end of the law for righteousness, it is in the law that we see God, we learn His heart, we find out who He is and we are transformed as we see Him, as we see Jesus, in the writings. Jesus leaned on the scriptures, Paul leaned on the scriptures, we can to. Christian, make sure you're saved, then read your Bible. Keep reading your Bible. God will teach You His Way. Recorded at Refuge TLH on Sunday, June 9, 2019.
Vernon Terry Palmer • Sermon • • 5 views
Codes of Sinai (Part 10) Keeping our Desires in Check! Slides of the Ten Commandments Exodus 20:17 (NKJV) “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that is your neighbor’s.”…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 4 views
Malachi 5. Can we turn to Malachi chapter two please [P]. We have been looking through the book of Malachi – let’s have a look at what we’ve done and where we have got to. [P] This outline was done by someone else – so it’s not quite the way I would do it. It says verse 1 is introduction [P] – and the…
Capt.Archer • Sermon • • 3 views
Genesis 1:1-2:4a When God began to create heaven and earth— the earth being unformed and void, with darkness over the surface of the deep and a wind from God sweeping over the water— God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. God saw that the light was good, and God separated the light from…
Alex Howard • Sermon • • 1 view
If you believe Moses you would believe me because he wrote about me. Yeshua lived by his fathers word completly and totally. The Pharisees he is talking to where using the word as a weapon and not as guide. As a result they missed the point.
Douglas James Wilson • Sermon • • 1 view
INTRODUCTION: Remember that the apostle has laid out the gospel for us, and he is now answering objections. The universal problem is set forth in the first three chapters, and then the glorious gospel in chapters four and five. Beginning in chapter six, he starts anticipating and answering objections.…
An Overview of the Bible
Isaac Ginter • Sermon • • 0 views
This sermon is the introduction to the series on the overarching "story" of the Bible and how all of humanity (past, present, and future) plays their part within the narrative. Of particular note in this sermon is the establishing of the narrative plot in Genesis.
Rewards in Heaven depend on Following the Torah on Earth
henry bens jr. • Sermon • • 0 views
The question that is being raised is do my Rewards in heaven depend on the believer doing good works found in the Torah? The righteous judge and king uses Yeshua as the standard for entrance and following the Torah commands as the standard for our exeperience once we enter eternity!