Holidays (Page 3)
In this message, from Erev Sukkot, Taylor teaches about trusting the Lord and His timing. [Matthew 28.9-10]
In this week’s message, Allen connects this week’s portion to Yeshua’s atoning work in Luke 23:46. [Deuteronomy 32.1-52 & Luke 23.46]
In his message, Les focuses on Yeshua’s journey to His words in John 19:30, “It is finished.”
On Erev Yom Kippur, Trey’s message speaks to Yeshua’s obedience demonstrated through His suffering. He challenges us to consider what distress is for us and to walk in obedience, especially in trying times. [John 19.28 & Hebrews 5.7-9]
In this week’s message, Wayde ties the promise in Deut. 31:6, “He will not fail you or abandon you”, to Yeshua’s words on the execution stake and then back to our own lives, whatever our circumstances. [Deuteronomy 31.1-6 & Matthew 27.46]
In the message, “Awakening To Your Identity”, Daniel showed us that even on the cross Yeshua knew His identity and welcomed the criminal beside Him into a renewed identity. [Luke 23.43]
In “A Day of Memorial”, Brant reminds us of our call to relationship with the Lord and with one another.
On Erev Rosh HaShannah, Brant introduced us to the scriptural basis for Rosh HaShannah as the biblical new year.
In this week’s message, Wayde focused on examples of G-d’s people obediently waiting for His timing: the disciples waiting for the Ruach ha-Kodesh, Abraham and Sarah waiting for the promised son, and Joseph waiting for his elevation and redemption from slavery. How many times do we act in our timing and not the L-rd’s? The L-rd wants us to ask Him, to wait on Him, and to…