Sermons by Trey C. (Page 2)
In this week’s message, Trey looked at the central role that the sacrifices played during the Festival of Sukkot, the Feast of All Nations. After looking carefully at the different kinds of sacrifices, we explorer the point of the Temple sacrifices and looked the vastly different nature and purpose of Yeshua’s sacrifice. In Messiah’s death and…
In this week’s message, Trey shifts the focus to the Gentiles in Messiah and the distinction between Jews and Gentiles in Messiah. He reminds us the ADONAI is a G-d of distinctions and that is reflected in the commonwealth of Israel where Jews and Gentiles serve together and worship side-by-side, each in their own, distinctive role.
In this week’s message, Trey explores the history of the Ruach in the Torah and B’rit Chadasha, and its relationship to Torah, finding that together they lead to a life that’s Spirit-led, reflects HaShem’s nature, and bears fruit. Click here for a message summary with study questions.
In this week’s message, Trey shared about the nature of the bait of Satan–and the consequences of refusing to let go of offense and how to get free from it. Forgiveness is key, and is the kingdom expectation, as Yeshua teaches us in Matthew 18.
In this week’s message, Trey shared that love is the “engine” that drives Community. When we shift our focus to others through loving, serving, forgiving, building up, encouraging, being kind, and being devoted to them, we find G-d’s purpose for our lives. In putting others first, we find true Community.
This week, we continue with the series “By the Wilderness”. In this week’s message, Trey showed us how our actions can lead us into a wilderness of our own making and that confession, repentance, and reconciliation are the key to restoring relationships. But no matter where the wilderness comes from, we need to remember to cling to Him and to trust Him to protect us,…
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]