Nov 4, 2017
The Book of Daniel sermon 5
The Book of Daniel sermon 5
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  • Nov 4, 2017The Book of Daniel sermon 5
    Nov 4, 2017
    The Book of Daniel sermon 5
    The Book of Daniel sermon 5
  • Oct 21, 2017The Book of Daniel sermon 4
    Oct 21, 2017
    The Book of Daniel sermon 4

    Isn’t it remarkable that God is so gracious to want to dispense of His wisdom each time we ask for it. Have you ever considered wisdom as grace? When the bible points out what is opposite to worldly wisdom, it doesn’t say its godly wisdom. It says the opposite of worldly wisdom is grace. And we want to walk in that grace, in that wisdom. That’s the wisdom that Daniel sought after and prayed for…the wisdom which comes from the God of his fathers. Only the truly wise can figure this out because only the truly wise are humble enough to give God the glory for all the wisdom, intelligence and understanding that they have. With the humble is wisdom. How do we get wisdom? It begins by fearing the Lord… and it ends when we start fearing the world instead. How do we get wisdom? We pray for it. Daniel did. So did Solomon.
    So let us daily seek it, for wisdom is our most valuable commodity. Let’s seek it as silver and search for it as a hidden treasure putting on the jewels of humility that we might reflect only His glory.
    Be blessed as you listen in to the message on the Book of Daniel, chapter 2, "Nubuchadnezzar's Statue: A Castle in the Sky" with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom.
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  • Oct 14, 2017The Book of Daniel sermon 3
    Oct 14, 2017
    The Book of Daniel sermon 3

    Last night I caught a glimpse on TV of a man who was being interviewed; an amazing man who could read 110 languages and speak 30 of them. How impressive is that? But let us more readily be impressed by Daniel and his three friends, who because of God’s favor, were ten times better in all matters of wisdom, in all matters of understanding, not just language skills. Yes, ten times better than all the king’s wise men. Daniel and his three friends were able to answer everything Nebuchadnezzar asked and the king was so impressed. Perhaps Daniel spoke of such deep matters as creation and sin and God’s redemption and God’s promises. While Daniel was in such an elevated position as head of the Chaldean wise men we don’t know how many he might have influenced. Certainly the magi were influenced many years later when they followed the star toward Jerusalem. 
    How might we acquire wisdom so that we too may affect others? It’s not by reading Dear Abby or Reader’s Digest, but by recognizing our need of godly wisdom, and asking Him for it. And when we apply that wisdom, we too will stand strong in all matters of life. Yes, the Lord will give wisdom in things we do not understand yet in a language we all comprehend… the language of love, the highest form of communication we can aspire to speak. Can we ever understand why He can love us so much and why He would keep giving us this wisdom, without reproach, every time we ask for it? He does it because He is love. Lord You love beyond our understanding and You speak healing in our hearts assuring us that You will always be there in everything that matters to us.Be blessed as you listen in to the message on the Book of Daniel, chapters 1&2, "Babel's Bankruptcy" with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom.
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  • Sep 23, 2017The Book of Daniel sermon 2
    Sep 23, 2017
    The Book of Daniel sermon 2

    The sovereignty of God is the thread that holds the book of Daniel together, and if we believe in God’s sovereignty, then we must also believe the sovereignty of the Word of God and of prophecy. 
    What does that do for us? It gives us hope. That is what God’s truth is; it is dependable and absolute. Psalm 40:11 says that God’s truth protects us from harm. Psalm 119:80 says God’s truth gives us freedom from error. Psalm 86:11 teaches us that God’s truth gives us strength to fear Him only. Yes, this is our hope and He is our rock. Today chocolate and wine are said to be good for us. Well, you better eat and drink all you can because in a couple of years from now, this might not be true any longer. But that’s not where our hope lies. We stand on the literal truth of God’s Word, with whom there is no variableness, neither shadow of turning. Good and evil itself does not change, despite cultural reinterpretation. His love for us does not change, despite personal misgivings, error or regrets. He is the same yesterday today and forever and so we can set our trust and hope in Him with absolute assurance!
    Be blessed as you listen in to the message on the Book of Daniel, chapter 1, with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom. 
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  • Sep 9, 2017The Book of Daniel sermon 1
    Sep 9, 2017
    The Book of Daniel sermon 1

    In this week's message, we begin our discoveries in the book of Daniel. This book would probably get a seal of approval right here in Quebec. Why? Because it is bilingual. Though not French/English it still has two official languages; Hebrew and Aramaic. And even though the Jews of Babylon spoke both those languages, God was sure to write in Aramaic to the Gentiles so that this book, replete with prophecy and power might be revealed to both Jew and Gentile alike because He has sovereignty over all the nations of this world. He not only creates history, He controls it right up to and including eternity. You are the Lord of eternity. You are the only One Who is worthy to be praised; in every language and by every nation.
    Be blessed as you listen in to the first message on the Book of Daniel, with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom. 
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  • Sep 2, 2017The Book of Galatians sermon 9
    Sep 2, 2017
    The Book of Galatians sermon 9
    The Book of Galatians sermon 9
  • Aug 26, 2017The Book of Galatians sermon 8
    Aug 26, 2017
    The Book of Galatians sermon 8

    How might we define gentleness? In the true definition of the word, men can be just as gentle as women. Why? Because gentleness is not about serving cupcakes or learning how to gently pet your new puppy. Jesus called Himself gentle (Matthew 11:28-30) and was Himself described as gentle (Matthew 21:5). In this latter verse, we find the King of kings riding humbly on the foal of a donkey. Yeshua is a powerhouse with myriads of angels at His call. Yet He restrains that power in order to serve. He is the epitome of what it means to be gentle. He came to serve and lay down His life for others. We too have great power but learning to constrain that power for good is our godly goal; to keep our focus on the other in case we might feel superior enough to think that we ourselves might never fall into our own temptations. That is what Galatians teaches us. Gentleness tames the power that we might otherwise use for ourselves and directs it to be used for others. In Galatians 6:1 we are called to restore, in a spirit of gentleness, one who was caught in a trespass. In the Lord’s gentleness, He drew us to recognize our own sin. Likewise, let us be gentle, helping those caught in sin and directing them to the power of God Who can help them overcome it.
    Be blessed as you listen in to the message on the Book of Galatians, chapter 6, with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom. 
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  • Aug 19, 2017The Book of Galatians sermon 7
    Aug 19, 2017
    The Book of Galatians sermon 7

    In this week’s message, we are going to learn about lists…two very special lists in Galatians chapter 5…a list of virtues and a list of vices. The bible has other lists too-- including genealogies. Jesus’ has 2 genealogies. His name is mentioned on the top of the list in one genealogy (Luke 3:23) and His name is last on the other genealogy (Matthew 1:16). In our study of the fruit of the spirit, love is mentioned first and self control, that power to restrain selfish desires, permitting the other fruit to operate, is mentioned last… like two stabilizing bookends for a godly walk. This allows us to best serve one another. What kind of to-be list do we have and what is our top priority… because that will affect everything else right down to the bottom of our own list. Let's be like the Tree of Life which produces not only 12 variations of fruit but bears leaves which heal, as we consider love and kindness and goodness and gentleness that are healing in any relationship. So let us come now to the source of our own healing, to the spirit of the Lord Himself Who can multiply a hundredfold His virtues in us that we might bless and help to heal relationships around us. Come, let's not be sour grapes or a bad apple. Instead let's receive of the Lord and feast at His table, and as the bible commanded us from the very beginning.. be fruitful!

    Be blessed as you listen in to the message on the Book of Galatians, chapter 5, with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom. 

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  • Aug 12, 2017The Book of Galatians sermon 6
    Aug 12, 2017
    The Book of Galatians sermon 6
    The Book of Galatians sermon 6
  • Aug 5, 2017The Book of Galatians sermon 5
    Aug 5, 2017
    The Book of Galatians sermon 5
    An inheritance is usually something you get from your mother or father, something that comes down to you from the generation before you. But see what Abraham received; it was not something that came to him by way of his father, but what came many generations after him; an incredible inheritance. This is not the kind of inheritance we might be looking for, for it is neither riches nor possessions. No inheritance of that kind can compare to what will be bequeathed to us; an inheritance from the Seed, Who is the culmination of the Abrahamic covenant. That inheritance is the hope of righteousness. It is a hope that keeps growing. It is something we have not yet fully attained and as that hope pushes us to thirst and to run after righteousness, the benefits and blessing of our inheritance grows more and more. The hope of righteousness…that is the inheritance You, O Lord have placed in us. It is our hope in every situation as we inherit difficulties in our lives. It is the hope that will carry us through that final gate and door and into the house that Yeshua is now preparing for us. Lord, You are the Door that opens, the Shepherd Who cares and the peace that gets established in our hearts. You are the Resurrection and Life for You prepare our hearts for heaven, where that full rest and enjoyment of our inheritance will truly be realized. You are the great I am. Be blessed as you listen in to the message on the Book of Galatians, chapter 3-4, with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Shalom.
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