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  • Torah-Torah-Torah

    Contributed by Johnny Wilson on Jun 27, 2009
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    Israel’s "Shema" is not only an exhortation for Jews to make God’s teaching an integral part of their lives, but it serves as a good reminder for Christians to internalize the Word as opposed to merely using it for "adornment."

    I think I lasted three practices with the freshman high school basketball team. What good is a 4’ 10” guard with limited vertical leap, so-so jump shot skills, and only a slightly above-average ability to steal the ball? But I well remember those three practices. We would change into gym clothes more

  • Responding To The Torah Series

    Contributed by Craig Stevenson on Aug 25, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Rediscovering how we are to respond to the Torah (Instructions) of Yahweh, lessons from Nehemiah 8

    RESPONDING TO THE TORAH Nehemiah 8 Shabbat Shalom, YHWH bless you all. I hope that you all have enjoyed a joy-filled week and now we can come and rest and be refreshed in His presence by the washing of His Word, Amein! How we respond to the Word has a major impact on our lives; and we are able more

  • The Torah Of Moses And The Believer Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 12, 2015
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    The Torah of Moses is good and relevant to the New Covenant believer in a variety of ways. It is worth our while to study and apply its principles, even if we do not live under it system.

    The Torah of Moses and the Believer (I Timothy 1:6-11) 1. Am I getting worried about my memory," says 75 year old Rachel to her best friend Sarah. "So why is that?" asks Sarah. "Because every time I go online banking," replies Rachel, "I just don't seem to be able to remember my bank's more

  • The People And The Book

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 1, 2020

    ‘The People and the Book’ – Nehemiah chapter 8 verses 1-11 – sermon by Gordon Curley (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). Visually: He made sure people could see him (vs 5). (2). Audibly: He made sure people could hear him (vs 5). (3). Respectfully: He made sure people were tuned in (vs 5b & 6). (4). Patiently: He made sure people were (vs 5b). (5). Clarity: He made sure people could more

  • A Covenant For All Times

    Contributed by Steve Sheek on Jan 31, 2022

    Tree of Life Messianic Congregation Houston 22Jan22. At Mount Sinai God gave his people the Torah, a covenant. But it was not just a Suzerain treaty it was a Marriage agreement, a Ketubah.

    20220122 Parsha Yitro – A covenant for all times Blessing Torah Portion Exodus 19:1-8 Haftarah Isaiah 6:1-7 Brit Chadashah Matthew 19:16-26 The seventeenth reading from the Torah is named Yitro, which is the literal Hebrew behind the name Jethro. The title comes from the first words more

  • Dust

    Contributed by Tim Hedberg on Aug 24, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The Torah and its teachings.

    Dust July 23, 2006 Matthew 4:18-22 Last Sunday, one of our guests/visitors to the service asked if we had a pamphlet about what we believed as a Church. I said we did and handed it to her. In the pamphlet, which is in the entryway for all who are interested, are listed 5 of the core more

  • A State Of Being Which Gives Rise To Activity

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 18, 2016
    based on 9 ratings

    A Christian perspective on Torah.

    A STATE OF BEING WHICH GIVES RISE TO ACTIVITY. Psalm 119:1-8. We begin our study of the selected passage with the observation that the word for “blessed” is not a verb, but a noun. It is a state of being, not an activity. We are “blessed” not because “we walk in the law of the LORD”; but rather more

  • "Origins" Series

    Contributed by H. Kevin Derr on Nov 2, 2016

    Exploring the world of Genesis 1:1-10.

    Genesis 1:1-2:3 “Origins” First Reading: Hebrews 1:10-12 He also says, "In the beginning, O Lord, you laid the foundations of the earth, and the heavens are the work of your hands. 11 They will perish, but you remain; they will all wear out like a garment. 12 You will roll them more

  • Baby Jesus In Jerusalem

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 14, 2019

    The Savior’s entire life built up toward His crucifixion and resurrection. He had to be the sinless Lamb of God and endorsed by the Spirit so He could redeem us because He loves us!

    Baby Jesus in Jerusalem (Luke 2:21-38) 1. Things don’t always work the way we think they should. 2. There was a man in the Persian empire that looked just like the king. When the real king was quietly assassinated, he pretended to be him and ruled for a time (Smerdis/Pseudo Smerdis). 3. Likewise, more

  • Don't Give Up, Don't Give In, Give It All You've Got

    Contributed by Steve Sheek on Oct 1, 2018

    Close out of the Torah reading cycle. Stories of biblical characters and their struggles.

    20180922 Parsha 151 Tree of Life Messianic Congregation Houston. Give up, give in, or give it all you’ve got Blessing Today is the day we close out the Torah cycle that we have been on since the beginning of Tree of Life back in February 2016. We had decided to do the three year cycle rather than more

  • Life-Long Learning

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Sep 4, 2013

    As disciples of our Rabbi, we have a never-ending source of material to learn and live.

    1. [Warm Fuzzies Teardrop is Ron and Bonnie Probst's 8' Boa Constrictor. He swallowed a heating pad, cord, heating unit and all. The vet who removed it during the 2.5 hour surgery said that the snake apparently mistook it for food. "It was warm and fuzzy and had some hard objects inside it more

  • The Jewishness Of Jesus

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Sep 19, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    The Bible was written by Jews for Jews thousands of years ago, in ancient languages and cultures that are vastly different from ours today. Making it all the more important to understand as much of those cultures as we can.

    Quotes: “I am more than ever certain that a great place belongs to him in Israel's history of faith and that this place cannot be described by any of the usual categories.” -Martin Buber, leading Jewish writer, thinker, philosopher, and theologian (1878-1965). “No one can read more

  • Tears And Joy Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Apr 7, 2013

    The wall of Jerusalem was rebuilt, but a strong defense wasn’t enough. After reconstruction comes reinstruction. Israel needed to be strong in the Lord, and for that to happen, they needed to be a “people of the book.” Exposition was followed by adorat

    In review, Nehemiah has asked the king of Persia for support to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, and in spite of regional opposition and threats, the project was successful. For the first time the people of Jerusalem were able to live normal lives without fear of attack. However, more

  • Peering Into Pentecost Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on May 20, 2013

    Pentecost is a mysterious, relatively unknown feast to Christians. It was given by God to the Hebrews in Leviticus 23 and plays an important role in the history of God's church in in Acts 2.

    1. Joy in serious times A famous motivational speaker was once asked about his most difficult speech. He answered, "Well, it was when I was asked to speak at a national convention of undertakers. My topic was to explain to them how to look sad during a $20,000 funeral." You see, when there is joy more

  • Bread For Dogs

    Contributed by Matthew Oliver on Oct 20, 2012

    Mark 7:24-37 expository sermon on the encounter between Jesus and the Syrophonecian woman, even the dogs eat the crumbs under the children's table.

    Preaching in a different pulpit Sunday, filling in for a friend. This is a re-work of a sermon from earlier this year. Bread for dogs. 9 September 2012, Mark 7:24-37, Trinity 14 We are going to specifically look at a couple of the themes emphasized in this portion: bread, being filled more