Dec 10, 2016
The Book of Numbers sermon 3

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Secured and protected in the Tabernacle lies the Holy of Holies. No, this is not God’s throne room, but rather God’s footstool, where His feet are supported. And wherever His feet, or that footstool is planted, it becomes holy ground because the presence of a holy God is there. Whereas Moses was to take off his shoes because of the holy ground, God makes the ground holy with His footprint.
We want to follow the footprints of the Lord, the footsteps of the Messiah because when we let Him lead, He makes the ground ahead of us holy, prepared for us to walk on and do His work. And just as the Tabernacle was to move in a special order when it went from one location to another, do we likewise do the same when we make decisions to take steps in one direction or another? Do we follow an appropriate order; first pray and consider and then knowing what is the permissible will of God, do we go ahead, entrusting each step to Him? Not only does He prepare the ground, but He prepares us and empowers us. As we will hear in this week’s message, it is not what we do for God, but rather what God will do through us for His kingdom. Can we trust the Lord to lead us and are we willing to go where He will take us? Is anything too hard for the Lord?
Be blessed as you listen to the latest message in the Book of Numbers with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon, shalom.
The Book of Numbers sermon 3
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  • Dec 10, 2016The Book of Numbers sermon 3
    Dec 10, 2016
    The Book of Numbers sermon 3

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    Secured and protected in the Tabernacle lies the Holy of Holies. No, this is not God’s throne room, but rather God’s footstool, where His feet are supported. And wherever His feet, or that footstool is planted, it becomes holy ground because the presence of a holy God is there. Whereas Moses was to take off his shoes because of the holy ground, God makes the ground holy with His footprint.
    We want to follow the footprints of the Lord, the footsteps of the Messiah because when we let Him lead, He makes the ground ahead of us holy, prepared for us to walk on and do His work. And just as the Tabernacle was to move in a special order when it went from one location to another, do we likewise do the same when we make decisions to take steps in one direction or another? Do we follow an appropriate order; first pray and consider and then knowing what is the permissible will of God, do we go ahead, entrusting each step to Him? Not only does He prepare the ground, but He prepares us and empowers us. As we will hear in this week’s message, it is not what we do for God, but rather what God will do through us for His kingdom. Can we trust the Lord to lead us and are we willing to go where He will take us? Is anything too hard for the Lord?
    Be blessed as you listen to the latest message in the Book of Numbers with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon, shalom.
    The Book of Numbers sermon 3
  • Dec 3, 2016The Book of Numbers sermon 2
    Dec 3, 2016
    The Book of Numbers sermon 2

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    How did our great God move 3 million people through a desert? By order, obedience and design. They moved as a body together as one, each group following the other; each one with their responsibilities and functions. How does God today take care of millions of believers worldwide? He moves us together through this world as one Body, some as the eyes, some as His hands, some as His feet and some as His mouth. We are one Body in Messiah and all the earth will one day rejoice when He whose Name is above all names will be praised from every corner of the earth. We will all sing in unison at that time: How great is our God!
    Be blessed as you listen to this week's message with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon in the Book of Numbers, shalom.
     
    The Book of Numbers sermon 2
  • Nov 26, 2016The Book of Numbers sermon 1
    Nov 26, 2016
    The Book of Numbers sermon 1

    book-of-numbersThe Book of Numbers can be described as many things, but not as a math book unless we continue to add up the blessings, multiply that by God’s grace, divide those blessings among the body of believers and subtract sin that limits our growth. Numbers is a big book, the biggest of the 5 Torah books, yet we will not let the number of words impress us. That is not the goal. The goal rather is to see how the Lord takes our personal growth to heart. As big as God is, for the heaven of heavens cannot contain Him, He will use the smallest of things to demonstrate His greatness. Only a handful of flour in a bowl and little oil in the jar amounted to endless provision for a widow and her son. Five barley loaves and two fish fed more than 15 thousand. Yes, small things count for God … we too are small, like sands of the sea, but to God, He has counted us worthy to die for. We praise our great God who counts on even the smallest things, like us, to demonstrate the majesty of His great glory… for we know the Lord is great!
    Be blessed as you listen to the first message in the Book of Numbers with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon, shalom.

    The Book of Numbers sermon 1
  • Nov 19, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 50
    Nov 19, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 50

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    In our most difficult situations, when we think we cannot take the full brunt of the pain, such as when Miriam, the mother of Yeshua was at the crucifixion; when seeing the incredible suffering of her Son, even then and most certainly then, Yeshua saw her pain and oversaw her needs. Look what He says from the cross. He gives the command to the disciple whom He loved, “ Behold your mother”. And to His mother He says, “Woman, behold your son”. See how these two will take comfort by comforting one another in their loss of Yeshua and later by having joy and comfort in their gain through His resurrection. We too must take and give comfort one to another. The disciple was to take Yeshua’s mother home and provide for her needs, perhaps even from that moment on. In obedience to what Messiah showed us what He did for His own earthly mother, let us not linger, but rather run to build up one another, love one another and provide that needed comfort in such difficult moments. And we are comforted knowing that God will always find a way to care for us in our most excruciating moments, by bearing our afflictions with us and for us.
    Be blessed as you listen to the final message in the Gospel of Matthew with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon, shalom.
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 50
  • Nov 12, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 49
    Nov 12, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 49

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    There is a definite connection that Judaism makes with the Tree of Life and the studying of Torah; both provide wisdom for the one who lays hold of either. And as the Torah scroll is unfolded and the Word of God is revealed we see the wisdom that we have with the One who opened up the path to eternal life. The Tree of Life held center stage in the Garden and it is firmly rooted down in the middle of the main street in Heaven with a unending supply of crystal clean water nourishing its roots. For us today, our Tree of Life, our Yeshua is the foundation of our being, the Truth that must stay central to all that we do and think.

    Back in Eden, when man sinned, God barred him from the Tree of Life because in His grace He did not want us to be unlike Him…forever and immortally in sin. So Yeshua was nailed to another tree so that He might give us access to the tree of eternal life and now, without sin, we can now become like Him…for all eternity. And this Tree of Life brings forth twelve kinds of fruits, but Yeshua remains the first fruit of the resurrection, and it is this resurrection that guarantee that ours will come one day very soon.

    We who have trusted Him, may eat of this Tree and also produce fruits of righteousness, and wisdom, a wisdom that will give God all the glory for all the good He has done for us.

    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 49
  • Nov 5, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 48
    Nov 5, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 48

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    A cracked mirror gives a distorted image. That is what religion can do to our understanding of the Word of God. It distorts the Word which is the real and perfect reflection of the living God. When we look into the Word of Truth, it is like a mirror that helps us see ourselves and our deep need for the Messiah. But if that mirror has been cracked we will have a distorted view, one that will not reflect our need for a Messiah who would die and take on our sins. And we who are to mirror God have plenty of our own cracks, but God restores us when we recognize that we are spiritually broken. Then Messiah takes the broken pieces of our lives and mends them together. Even the dreams that have been shattered can be refashioned into a new mosaic as He cuts away at sin and pain and adds hues of hope to our lives. Yes He is the Great I am, the Redeemer, the Savior, the Bread and the Wine, the Peace and the Joy. He is our Beginning and our End, our High Priest and our Resurrection.
    Be blessed as you listen in to the latest message with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon in the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 27, shalom.
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 48 
  • Oct 22, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 47
    Oct 22, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 47

    love-laid-down-fb-oct-26-2016See how closely Israel is connected to her Messiah. In Isaiah chapter 1, she is seen with open wounds, from the sole of the foot to the head, bruises and putrefying sores. These wounds came about because of her sin. And here now Yeshua, on the cross, on that tav, is about to take on every one of those sins with each wound and open sore inflicted on Him through horrendous scourging, with each opened cut and lesion, with wounds to the head from being crowned with thorns down to His nailed marked feet. Each wound was for transgressions, each bruise for our iniquity. Israel's wounds came about because of rebellion; Yeshua's wounds were offered in total obedience and love. Each stripe he endured was for our ultimate healing. "What purpose is the multitude of your sacrifices to me", says the Lord to Israel when the greatest and only perfect sacrifice was given by Yeshua alone. How closely connected are we TO the Messiah? He is our sacrifice, Savior and no other Name can bring salvation but His alone.
    Blessings as you listen in to the latest message in the Gospel of Matthew with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon, shalom.

    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 47
  • Sep 24, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 46
    Sep 24, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 46

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    There is a well known verse we have all come to know from scripture: “…Love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind and strength”. If we feel sorrow about something we did, reasoning it out in our minds is not enough. We can take it a step further by exercising some kind of heart remorse, but emotional and intellectual still isn’t sorrow isn’t enough.

    When we make a willful choice not to sin again we exercise godly sorrow. Godly sorrow will touch our mind, heart and strength so that we can love God on every level He has asked us to. Remorse is what we feel when we got caught in the act. True Godly remorse allows our hearts to get caught up in an inexplicable and inexpressible joy, to be released from condemnation, and live in the freedom of being forgiven. That is what Peter learned about remorse. True remorse is not just regretting the consequences; it’s regretting the motive of our heart first. Lord, reveal to us what we are to confess, and help us make willful decisions to change our ways.

    Blessings as you listen in to the message with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon in The Gospel of Matthew, chapter 27, shalom.

    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 46
  • Sep 17, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 45
    Sep 17, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 45

    john-3v16Peter had warmed himself in front of a fire of coals, nestled alongside people whom he feared more than he feared Yeshua. And Peter wasn’t just standing by the fire of coals. Luke said that he was actually sitting by the fire. Was he getting too comfortable among the crowd? What happens when we get too comfortable in the world?
    Yet what a scene of love that Yeshua orchestrated that night. We have here two stages, two scenes going on at the same time.
    While Peter is outside, warming his body, taking shelter with those who oppose Yeshua and denying any knowledge of Him, Yeshua is inside the house of the high priest, being spat on, being beaten, and ready to knowingly identify with humanity by soon taking on the sins of humanity... while Peter sins, Yeshua saves. Such is God’s story of His amazing love.
    Blessings as you listen in to the message with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon in The Gospel of Matthew, chapter 26, shalom.

    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 45
  • Sep 10, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 44
    Sep 10, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 44

    From Everlasting to Everlasting You are GodYeshua is our rock. A rock that can be our shelter, or it can be a stumbling block, a rock of offense. What kind of rock did Adam trip over in Eden? Yet 4000 years after that fall, the Rock of our Salvation enters into another garden, and looks to take Adam by the hand, from where he stumbled and lifts him up. Yeshua walked into the garden to raise Adam up, to raise up mankind, to reconcile with us and change that bitter aftertaste of the forbidden fruit into something sweet, and nutritious for our languishing soul, the taste of salvation. Adam had a choice so did Yeshua, and by God’s grace, Yeshua’s choice became our victory in the garden. Yeshua came as the second Adam. We no longer have to live by the flesh for we are no longer Adam, we have been changed by the new and living Spirit in us. We are no longer Adam, for our head has been lifted up and we have been made into something new. We are no longer Adam, for we know that our old self was crucified with Him that we should no longer be slaves to sin. Thank You for salvation Lord! We are no longer Adam because You are making us into something new.
    Blessings as you listen in to the message with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon in The Gospel of Matthew, chapter 26, shalom.

    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 44
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