Resurrection is the Key

This time of the year people are all focused on the birth of Messiah, but His birth is not the thing we should really care about. We aren’t saved by His birth, and we aren’t saved by His death, either. What we are saved by is the resurrection, which proves that His sacrifice was accepted.

Acts 10 Wasn’t the First Time

Many people over the centuries have been taught that salvation came to the Gentiles through Messiah, and that Peter was the first Apostle to the Gentiles bringing them that salvation. But was this really the first time a Gentile was able to gain salvation with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob?      

Parashah Vayera (And He Appeared) Genesis 18:1 – 22:24

Abraham is visited by God and the angels that save Lot when Sodom is destroyed. Sarah gives birth to Isaac, Hagar and Ishmael get the boot, and later Abraham takes Isaac to Mt. Moriah to sacrifice him SPOILER ALERT– he doesn’t. But what we are going to talk about are the angels of the Lord:…

God Isn’t Your Drinking Buddy

The search for knowledge can sometimes become an obsession that takes us away from trusting the Holy Spirit to give us wisdom. We want to know God better, and that’s fine, but what does God want us to know about Him?    

To Give Candy or Not to Give Candy: That is the Question

Tomorrow night is Halloween, and all good Believers know this is a pagan and demonic celebration.  But what about the little children, too young to know anything more than this is a time to dress up and get free candy? How do we witness to them? And can we even be an effective witness to…

Parashah Lech Lecha (Get Thee Out) Genesis 12:1-17:27

Abraham leaves Ur; Pharaoh takes Sarah as wife; Lot goes to Sodom; the birth of Ishmael; the covenant between Abraham and God regarding Issac; God promises to give the land to Abraham’s descendants. Hear more about this Parashah, as well as what message we learn from it here: