Boker Rosh Hashanah 5779

Rabbi Philip Lanning

Boker Rosh Hashanah 5779 (Becoming Like The God We Envision)

Romans 1:22-23, 28; Genesis 3:4-6; 2 Corinthians 3:18; 1 John 4:7-10; John 4:7-8, 19-26

We become like the God that we envision. When our view of God becomes perverted we begin to become perverted. When we sin we feel a separation from God, and then we try to hide behind our own good works. But when we change our view of God we are changed. Are the Days of Awe supposed to be days of rejoicing or days of judgment? Rosh Hashanah is a time for us to remember that the Judge on the throne is also our loving Father. When we truly see God for Who He is we can not help but love others. This Yamim Noraim may we take off the veil of our own efforts and see God for who He is so we can love as He loves.

Journey Principles From the Wilderness

Stuart Rothberg

The new generation of Israelites in the wilderness was not spiritually ready to enter the Promised Land. Unless they dedicated their lives to their God and Redeemer by renewing their covenant commitment and learning his mitzvot, they would not be able to conquer the wilderness or the people in the land of promise. In this passage, Moshe gives seven journey principles Israel needed to mature before entering the land.

Tethered

Rabbi Philip Lanning

Adonai’s covenant of love is what tethered Israel to God. This loving relationship was the basis for Israel’s trust and deliverance from bondage. When we are tethered to Yeshua, His perfect love casts out all fear, He gives us grace for every situation, and He guides our paths.

Dreams + God = Reality

Listen to the testimony of a Jew born in Argentina whose dreams became a reality because of his great God.

The Names of God - Part 6 (Adonai Yireh)

Rabbi Philip Lanning

Can we really trust God to provide all our needs? Is His provision limited to our spiritual needs? In this message, we will explore how Abraham's life changing encounter with Adonia Yireh, on Mount Moriah, has prophetic implications for all humanity. Adonia Yireh provided the ultimate sacrifice, and He continues to provide for His children. Discover the key to unlocking His provision in your life and the confidence to declare "He's got this" over every situation.

Boker Rosh Hashanah 5778

Rabbi Philip Lanning

Rabbi Philip addresses the paradox of Rosh Hashanah — the sweetness of the apples and honey and the fear of judgement.

Generational Synergy

Rabbi Philip Lanning

Our children are our most important asset and it is our responsibility to help them by sharing and exhibiting our trust in God. Rabbi Philip shows us how God’s interaction with Elijah is a lesson on the importance of the next generation.

The Portal of Giving

Rabbi Philip Laning

What does being an Ambassador of the Messiah have to do with judging others and what does that have to do with giving? Join us as Rabbi Philip looks at Luke 6:37-38 in way unfamiliar to most.

Maintaining Your Zeal for Adonai

Rabbi Richard Freeman

For most of us, maintaining our zeal for God is difficult at best. Life happens and the enemy is an expert at offering us myriad excuses to justify not spending time with the Lord. So what’s the remedy?

Blessed Are You O Word of God

Rabbi Richard Freeman

God is faithful and His word is true; whether we like it or not. Rabbi Richard brings this biblical truth home from both scripture andpersonal experience.