Jun 4, 2016
The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 33
Proof of your love 2 take 2Proof of Your Love
 
Bank tellers are in the business of spotting fraudulent bills. They need to check their $50.00 and $100 bills to make sure they are not fake. In regards to Matthew 21 and concerning the fig tree that bore no fruit, we want to make sure that we are authentic in our claims and in our walk with God. Just as of the bank teller needs to test the bills the Lord is testing and proving our faith with every difficulty and challenge we face. And the proof of our faith is seen by the fruit we are bearing… peace and joy and faithfulness, gentleness… to name just some. And what about love… the ultimate test of proving to the world that we are His disciples. After that Jesus had cleaned up the temple and overturned the money changers tables who now was coming to Him? The lame and the blind. Yeshua made sure to reach out to them and He did this in the court of the Gentiles. This was the only Temple area where He was able to reach all peoples in all needs and in all walks of life. His love, His compassion and His works proved He is the son of God. Likewise let our labors of love prove that we are disciples of Yeshua.

Blessings as you listen to the latest message in Matthew with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon
The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 33
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  • Jun 4, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 33
    Jun 4, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 33
    Proof of your love 2 take 2Proof of Your Love
     
    Bank tellers are in the business of spotting fraudulent bills. They need to check their $50.00 and $100 bills to make sure they are not fake. In regards to Matthew 21 and concerning the fig tree that bore no fruit, we want to make sure that we are authentic in our claims and in our walk with God. Just as of the bank teller needs to test the bills the Lord is testing and proving our faith with every difficulty and challenge we face. And the proof of our faith is seen by the fruit we are bearing… peace and joy and faithfulness, gentleness… to name just some. And what about love… the ultimate test of proving to the world that we are His disciples. After that Jesus had cleaned up the temple and overturned the money changers tables who now was coming to Him? The lame and the blind. Yeshua made sure to reach out to them and He did this in the court of the Gentiles. This was the only Temple area where He was able to reach all peoples in all needs and in all walks of life. His love, His compassion and His works proved He is the son of God. Likewise let our labors of love prove that we are disciples of Yeshua.

    Blessings as you listen to the latest message in Matthew with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 33
  • May 28, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 32
    May 28, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 32
    Messiah's compassion:
    He cast our sins into the depths of the sea
     
    If someone were to ask you what emotion best describes you, what would you answer? Happy, hostile, hopeful ? As for Yeshua (Jesus), one emotion which the Scriptures very often attribute to Him is compassion and Yeshua healed many out of compassion. In today’s message we will learn about Yeshua leaving Jericho, on His way to Jerusalem, a 6 hour journey with an elevation climb of 3600 feet, only to be soon unjustly condemned and crucified. But there is no room for self pity or time to deny Himself the privilege to serve. He sees the blind men as He is leaving Jericho and as the Scripture says, “He had compassion”.  The pressing circumstances of Jerusalem did not hinder His concern for the hurting. And here is something very beautiful. Yeshua’s concern for these blind men was not something invited by the crowd. In fact Yeshua had to dismiss and rise above the crowd’s opposition in order to stop, question the blind men and then provide healing for them.How great is His compassion toward each one of us? He’s not swayed by what the crowds have to say.  He stops to listen to each of our heartfelt needs. And the Messiah’s compassion did not stop in Jericho for very soon He would enter into Jerusalem to take our sins and cast them into the depths of the sea. Committed consistent compassion marked Yeshua…let it likewise mark our lives as well.  
           
     
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 32
  • May 21, 2016The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 31
    May 21, 2016
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 31
    The Gospel of Matthew, sermon 31
  • May 18, 2016The Gospel of John part 49 & 50
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    The Gospel of John part 49 & 50
    The Gospel of John part 49 & 50
  • May 18, 2016The Gospel of John part 47 & 48
    May 18, 2016
    The Gospel of John part 47 & 48
    The Gospel of John part 47 & 48
  • May 18, 2016The Gospel of John part 45 & 46
    May 18, 2016
    The Gospel of John part 45 & 46
    The Gospel of John part 45 & 46
  • May 18, 2016The Gospel of John part 43 & 44
    May 18, 2016
    The Gospel of John part 43 & 44
    The Gospel of John part 43 & 44
  • May 18, 2016The Gospel of John part 41 & 42
    May 18, 2016
    The Gospel of John part 41 & 42
    The Gospel of John part 41 & 42
  • May 18, 2016The Gospel of John part 39 & 40
    May 18, 2016
    The Gospel of John part 39 & 40
    The Gospel of John part 39 & 40
  • May 18, 2016The Gospel of John part 37 & 38
    May 18, 2016
    The Gospel of John part 37 & 38
    The Gospel of John part 37 & 38
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