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  • Our Jewish Roots Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Jan 29, 2014

    A study of the book of Romans chapter 2 verses 17 through 29

    Romans 2: 17 – 29 Our Jewish Roots 17 Indeed you are called a Jew, and rest on the law, and make your boast in God, 18 and know His will, and approve the things that are excellent, being instructed out of the law, 19 and are confident that you yourself are a guide to the blind, a light to more

  • Hanukah Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Nov 26, 2012

    Hanukah speaks of persecution followed by the victory of righteousness over evil and the joy that follows.

    Hanukah (Daniel 8:9-14, John 10:22) 1. Jewish humorists compare Christmas to Hanukah: Christmas is one day, same day every year. December 25. Jews love Dec. 25th. It's another paid day off work. We go to movies and out for Chinese food, and Israeli dancing. Chanukah is eight days. It more

  • The Beauty Of The Prayer Shawl (Part 2) Series

    Contributed by Amy Bickel on Jun 15, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    Exploring the Jewish roots of Christianity by studying the symbolism of the prayer shawl.

    Last week we started a new sermon series entitled “The Beauty of the Prayer Shawl.” The purpose of this series is to help us understand a little bit more about the Jewish roots of our faith. Jesus told us that “…salvation is of the Jews.” Basically what he means is that there would be no such more

  • The Beauty Of The Prayer Shawl (Part 3) Series

    Contributed by Amy Bickel on Jun 15, 2007
    based on 24 ratings

    Exploring the Jewish roots of Christianity by studying the symbolism of the prayer shawl.

    Today we will be finishing our series with the third and final teaching on the Beauty of the Jewish Prayer Shawl. Though as Christians we do not use the prayer shawl there is much we can learn from it. The shawl (talit) was and is an integral part of the Jewish faith – from which our own faith more

  • Jesus, The Rabbi Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 30, 2014

    Jesus did what others rabbis did, only in more powerful ways; yet ministry is only effective when people have receptive hearts.

    Jesus, the Rabbi (Mark 6:1-13) 1. Jewish Rabbis often play the role of settling disputes. A poor Jewish man finds a wallet with $700 in it. At his synagogue, he reads a notice stating that a wealthy member has lost his wallet and is offering a $50 reward to anyone who returns it. Quickly he more

  • When We Get Stuck

    Contributed by James ( Jim ) Highland on Jun 6, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Barnabas is a model of the qualities of a Christian useful to God and others. He helped the Christian movement move beyond their Jewish root to be a World Faith.

    When We Get Stuck Acts 11:24, Acts 11:18-26 If you’ve lived for a few years, you have experienced being stuck – sometimes by physical circumstances, sometimes by emotional obstacles, sometimes by career issues like job/boss, sometimes by family problems. The Bible is a wonderful, more

  • The Divine Fire

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 13, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    It is clear from our Jewish roots and the early church that Pentecost is about a new spiritual experience. It is about a promise and it is about how we are changed when we receive this promise of the Holy Spirit. It is also about a harvest.

    The Divine Fire We look back today at the first evidence of the presence and power of the Holy Spirit in the early days of the Christian Church. This movement by the Holy Spirit is a promise fulfilled by Jesus and a promise fulfilled by prophecy as St. Peter tells us from Joel Chapter more

  • A Very Jewish Messiah

    Contributed by Jeffrey Wildrick on Nov 8, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    In a predominantly Gentile church, it’s easy to forget how important Jesus’ jewishness is to his mission as savior and Lord. This message explores his Jewish roots and shows how God’s purposes are fulfilled by our very Jewish messiah. Special emphasis on

    The Jesus I Never Knew: A Very Jewish Messiah Text: Matthew 26:17-30; Romans 11:17-24 November 5, 2006 Jeffrey Hayes Wildrick Today, we’re beginning a new series of messages inspired by the book, The Jesus I Never Knew, by Philip Yancy. Christians usually think they know a lot about more

  • Stand Fast In Liberty Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Jul 21, 2015

    This is the second in our series at Hosanna Church highlighting our concerns with the Hebraic Roots movement currently making its way through church circles.

    Stand Fast in Liberty (part 2) Pastor Eric J. Hanson July 19, 2015 Galatians 5:1 Review of the first Message in this Series On July 5th, Pastor Dallas shared a fine sermon dealing with a current threat to genuine Christian Liberty. This is not a threat coming from outside of the Church more

  • Jesus The Rabbi Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Oct 20, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus Jewishness is key to understanding his life

    Jesus Who? September 30, October 1 & 4 2007 Jesus the Rabbi Last week we looked at Jesus the Teacher, and you might wonder why we need to do a week on Jesus the Rabbi, since Rabbi is a Jewish term that means teacher. The important distinction being that he was a Jewish teacher. It may more

  • The Messiah And His Future Reign

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 13, 2000
    based on 81 ratings

    A faith-inspiring look at how the Messiah was predicted in the book of Isaiah; the sermon compares New Testament fulfillment and motivates toward the neglected discipline of Bible study.

    The Messiah and His Future Reign (from Isaiah 1-12) Goals of today’s message: <1. To expose you to Bible truth you need to know (though you may deny its relevance; if you want to understand the Bible, you need to grasp the Big Picture....) <2. To renew your confidence in Scripture more

  • Jet Tour Through Philippians Series

    Contributed by Travis Moore on Oct 31, 2000
    based on 235 ratings

    Introduction to Philippians

    PHILIPPIANS - Exultation INTRODUCTION: Philippians was one of the four Epistles written by Paul from his Roman jail. It is an expression of joy in the midst of adversity. It has been called his “love letter” to the Church at Philippi, and is among the most intimate of all his Letters. I. more

  • Stand Fast In Liberty Series

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Jul 21, 2015

    The other pastor at my church shared this fine primer on the concerns we have about the Hebraic Roots Movement, which is currently growing in church circles around the nation.

    STAND FAST IN LIBERTY Pastor Dallas Henry July 5, 2015 Galatians 5:1 “Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.” There is a term in Christianity, called “legalism”. Legalism, by more

  • Revelation, Part 3 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jan 20, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Study of the Book of Revelation

    Revelation, Part 3 Revelation 2:1-17 Introduction Over-arching theme: 2 Tim 4:2 says “Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction.” We ought to be able to give an answer – to give hope to the future and more

  • Our Messiah, Our Peace

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Dec 17, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    Isaiah 11:1-10 is the Old Testament for the Second Sunday in Advent, Year A in the Revised Common Lectionary. This was the occassion for the preaching of this message in December 2007, and the theme is that the Jesus, Our Messiah, is our personal peace in

    Our Messiah, Our Peace! --Isaiah 11:1-10 Reading the newspaper, any piece of literature, or even the Bible between the lines can be a dangerous thing, because you face the possibility of misinterpreting the message. However, two Hebrew words, even though they actually do not appear in our more