Simchat Torah | Marcellus Powell | Oct 14 2017

On Simchat Torah, Pastor Marcellus Powell asks what it means to bind the Torah on our hands (Deut. 6:8)?  How does one get the Torah written on their heart and mind (Jer. 31:33)?  You study it, yes; but since God is the one who writes it, we need to allow God to write it on our hearts -- otherwise it is merely head knowledge and doesn't truly affect the way we live. 



Getting in Step with God’s Appointed Times | Ralph Finley | 7 Oct 2017

Sermon given during the Ten Days of Awe, in which Pastor Finley reviews the biblical fall feasts: Yom Teruah (Rosh Hashanah), the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot).  He surveys the biblical and traditional evidence and observances for these special days and then begins to unpack their prophetic significance.


Shabbat Shuvah: Finding Joy in Repentance | Hilton Yhap | 23 Sept 2017

A sermon on repentance given by Pastor Hilton Yhap on Shabbat Shuvah (the Sabbath between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur).  Repentance is always a good thing; it is a gift of God,  but isn't always easy.  Pastor Yhap examines the life of King David as an example of how to find joy in repentance.


The Book of Hebrews: Part 29 | Ralph Finley | 16 Sept 2017

Pastor Ralph Finley continues his series on the book of Hebrews, focusing particularly on Hebrews 6:2 and the author's reference to eternal judgement.  He expounds upon the following key points: 

  1. There is a resurrection.
  2. After the resurrection, you will be judged
  3. You will be juged based on the things you did with the life given to you.
  4. Those who are found wicked will enter into everlasting torment and judgement.
  5. Those found righteous will enter into life eternal.
  6. God's judgement is complete and thorough. 
  7. All liars, fornicators, etc. shall not be allowed into God's Kingdom.
  8. If you put your confidence in the death, atonement, and resurrection of Yeshua, you will have eternal life.

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