This message was to come out last week, on Mother’s Day, but due to unforeseen circumstances, it had to be delayed a week. This issue however, is too important to … Continue reading The Mother’s Day Supreme Court
Many people look in the term “repentance” as an act of saying “I’m sorry, and I won’t do it again, can you please forgive me?” or confessing something like, “Yes, … Continue reading What Do We Mean About True Repentance?
I was working on my message on doctrine and given the adverse actions against certain companies this past week, I had to put that aside and start fresh. Look at … Continue reading Handling Woke Culture
This past month for us – it’s been all about faith. Satan will attack that faith relentlessly. He will attack a church elder, including a pastor, in order for that … Continue reading Lessons of Faith from Job
Well, it’s good to be back. I want to thank Elder JJ for stepping in to fill the gap. This is what’s meant to be prepared in and out of … Continue reading The Word This Week is Faith
I’m rearranging the sermon here, because I just finished watching Donald Trump’s rally in Texas tonight. Eighty-five thousand people crowded to watch the former president. This was the perfect place … Continue reading Be Careful What You Wish/Vote For
It says in Romans 13:1, Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by … Continue reading What’s In Store?
Several weeks ago, I was having a conversation with another Messianic Jew as to why Jesus and the Father, as well as the Holy Spirit, are one entity – God. … Continue reading Bringing the True Gospel
It’s funny how devotions and sermon topics coincide. That happened today, except I like the devotional method of looking at this, and of course I had to go and rework … Continue reading Mountain Tops and Valleys
Church used to be about preaching about a literal Heaven, a literal Hell, sin and repentance. Hellfire and brimstone came from that pulpit! That pastor, that shepherd, did what a … Continue reading The Traditional vs. the Contemporary
If you ask most people to describe a typical pastor, they’ll use words such as compassionate, caring, understanding and non-combative. Rarely will you hear the words such as angry, combative, … Continue reading Politics, Current Events and Sermons
Awhile ago, I wrote about how this nation, and others, needed to repent, because God was sick of the sin and was judging these nations, including the United States. I … Continue reading True Repentance of a Nation