• Steve Sheek

    Contributing sermons since May 8, 2017
Steve's church

Tree of Life Messianic Congregation
Katy, Texas 77450

About Steve
  • Education: BS US Coast Guard Academy
  • Experience: Coast Guard Officer for 22 years, Oil and Gas Project manager 20 years, in ministry of one sort or another from children, music, pastoral, deacon since 1974
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I am a Messianic Jewish Rabbi. My sermons might be a little different slant on the standard Christian doctrine. Our perspective is that of a 1st century believer.
  • Family: Married, three grown children, 7 grandchildren
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Are you out of your mind?
  • Hobbies: Gardening, woodworking,
  • What I want on my tombstone: He was a kind man
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Newest Sermons

  • New Beginnings

    Contributed on Jan 8, 2020

    Sometimes our lives become such a confusing mess we need to step back and start some things over again. The relationship between Joseph and his brothers gives us a valuable example of forgiveness.

    20200104 Parsha Vayigash New Beginnings Blessing If you read last week’s Parsha, you might have been struck by the sudden ending. Joseph had devised several tests to determine the character of his brothers. The final ruse would have found Benjamin guilty of theft and becoming a slave in Egypt. more

  • Guard Your Soul

    Contributed on Aug 18, 2019

    Delivered 17 Aug 19 Tree of Life Messianic Congregation. Parsha Va'etchanan Moses tells the Children of Israel to Guard Their Souls against anything that would lead to idolatry.

    20190817 Parsha Vaetchanan – Guard Your soul Blessing Va’etchanan means ‘I pleaded’. This is the story of Moses asking God one more time to rescind his judgement prohibiting Moses from entering the promised land. Midrash says that Moses asked 515 times. But there is no evidence of that. I more

  • Can The Apostate Return?

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2019
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    Sermon delivered at Tree Of Life Messianic Congregation 3Aug19. A well known Christian author and pastor recently renounced his faith and said he just doesn't think he is a Christian any longer. Is there hope for this man? Is he now lost?

    20190803 Parsha Mattot-Massei – Can The Apostate Return? This week’s Parsha is Mattot/Massei. It is a double Parsha. Mattot means Tribes. It speaks of men and women making vows, taking revenge on Midian, and the settling of Reuben and Gad on the east side of the Jordan. Massei means Stages, more

  • The Scepter Will Not Pass From Judah

    Contributed on Dec 24, 2018

    Jacob blessed his sons, but the blessings were prophecies that shaped the future of Israel. Judah's blessing changed the world forever.

    20181222 Parsha Vayechi – The Scepter Will Not Pass From Judah Readings Genesis 49: 8-12 Matthew 1: 18-25 Today is 22 December 2018. I want to thank God for a miracle that occurred 28 years ago on this date. About 5pm I was working on a couple of wooden boxes for my boys and was cutting more

  • Recognizing The Redeemer

    Contributed on Dec 24, 2018

    Recognizing our redeemer changes our relationships, attitudes and actions. Lessons from Egypt and Emmaus

    20181218 Parsha Vayigash – Recognizing the Redeemer Readings Genesis 44:18-47:27 Luke 24:30-48 This week’s Parsha is Vayigash. That means “He approached”. In the last Parsha we saw Joseph coming to power in Egypt. Egypt was just about the most powerful nation in the world at that time. more