Our weekly Messianic Jewish Shabbat message is shared on this podcast.
Today Joe George continues with part three of a series on our core beliefs and principles. Part one was on truth and logic, but without any reference to Scripture. Part two (by Philip Snell) was on God and Scripture. In today's message, Joe explains how mankind spoiled God's perfect creation, and why, if God is good, does he allow evil?…
Philip Snell continues his new series on the gifts of the Spirit, based on 1 Corinthians 12 (and later 13 and 14). Today he talks about how our core beliefs affect our view of Scripture.
Joe George begins a five-part series on Theology and Apologetics, today laying the groundwork for how we can prove, using principles of logic, such things as the existence of God, and the supernatural origin of scripture. This is also excellent background for Christian Apologetics, because it allows disciples to offer proof of their beliefs to othe…
In his message today, Philip Snell discusses the importance of the local congregation, and more specifically membership within the local community. Philip lists five functions that the local congregation performs.
In his message today, Philip Snell continues his series on the activity of the Ruach Ha'Kodesh (The Holy Spirit), building a foundation of sound doctrine from which to approach the topic.
Instead of the usual message, today we present the audio of the entire service (with minor deletions for brevity). Today's Sabbath service is special, not only because it is a Torah service, but also because it is a Bar/Bat Mitzvah service for the Williams family (Zeke and Naomi).
In his message today, Philip Snell begins a new series on the gifts of the Spirit, based on 1 Corinthians 12 (and later 13 and 14).
Philip Snell and others continue their reports from the 2022 Tikkun Conference. Philip gives a short talk on the importance of avoiding gossip.
Instead of a regular message, today several returnees from the 2022 Tikkun Conference in Baltimore Maryland give their testimonies.
In his message today, Joe George talks about our responsibility to God when we vote (there is an election coming up), and leads an interactive discussion on Shavuot (Pentecost), and on several other subjects as well.
Today, on the day of her Bat Mitzvah, Aline Snell delivers the Torah Message. Her father Philip introduces her.
Today, Philip Snell returns to his series of messages based on the book The Other Half of Church. He uses the analogy of a campfire to compare to our innate desire to belong to a group, or multiple groups. He teaches that we must not be swayed by the beliefs of other groups, but instead keep following what the Messiah would have us do.…
In today's message (delayed from 05/14/22), Zac Williams starts with the Torah portion (Genesis 32:3-33 to 33:17) and goes on to consider some of the miracles recorded in the Bible, and shows that sometimes the blessings that God wants to pour out are limited, not because of sin, and not because of God's will, but rather by our own capacity to rece…
In his message today, Brian Fritz uses today's Torah portion (Genesis 32:4 to Gen 33:4, the story of Jacob meeting Esau), as a way to show that although families sometimes have "crazy" problems, God is able to overcome them.
In his message today, Philip Snell returns to his series of talks based on the book The Other Half of Church. Philip looks at the book of Exodus and the story of Moses leading the people of Israel out of Egypt, to develop a list of 16 characteristics that the people of Israel (or the people of God) should have.…
In his message today, Zac Williams lists seven main points to follow in letting God be God in our daily lives and prayers.
In his message this evening, Joe George teaches that the resurrected Yeshua is the true first fruits offering to God, and that His resurrection is an actual physical reality, the most important event since the creation, and not merely a symbol or a saying.
In his message today for the Feast of Unleavened Bread, Zac Williams teaches about Yeshua's time between His death and resurrection, and also about how God shows mercy on us, even when we are experiencing hard times.
Joe George leads an apologetics seminar, and shows several ways to respond to someone's statements concerning the Gospel. Included is an amusing reference to TV detective "Columbo".
Zac Williams uses today's Torah portion (esp. Genesis 28:10-15, Jacob's Dream/Jacob's Ladder) as a starting point to tie together: the layout of the twelve tribes in Numbers 2, Ezekiel's vision of four creatures (Ezekiel 1), the four living creatures in Revelation 4-6, and the four gates of the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21).…
Philip Snell continues his series of messages based on the book The Other Half of Church. Today he teaches that God uses group identity as a part of transforming our character into the image of Messiah Yeshua, and that we can understand group identity both in scripture and in our people.
Philip Snell continues his series of talks, reminding us that in order to carry out the Great Commission and witness to others, our two most important requirements are chesed (grace) and simcha (joy).
In his message today, Philip Snell resumes his series based on the book "The Other Half of Church". As disciple-makers, we are required to form character, not just knowledge; and we must make ourselves good examples for others, because we teach not just by what we say, but by what we do.
Today, instead of a usual message, Philip Snell and Zac Williams lead a Q&A panel discussion on the Russian/Ukraine war. Questions include, 'What is the difference between a just and an unjust war?', 'Who should we pray for in this war?', and 'Where is God during times of war?'
Zac Williams talks about how God is bringing His body of believers together as one. He uses as an example a YouTube video, "spontaneous synchronization", which shows how five mechanical metronomes all attached firmly to one base which is allowed to move back and forth, will fairly quickly become synchronized in their motion.…
Philip Snell continues his series of messages on chesed (grace), and especially the need to avoid making our congregations low-chesed because of the problems that creates. In his message next week, Philip will talk about how to increase chesed in our congregations.
Today Philip Snell resumes his series on science, the brain, and character development. Also delayed from last week is a testimony by our sister Gwen about her family and history.
Today there is no usual message, instead is the second half of today's service, after the liturgy and Torah service. Zac Williams gives the Torah service message, Philip Snell leads a time of praise and testimony.
Today, Philip Snell talks about the Hebrew words simcha (joy) and chesed (grace) along with their root words and meanings. He compares simcha to "fuel" and chesed to "glue".
Joe George talks about the fear of The Lord, and how it relates to true morality vs. moral relativism. Joe shows that if there is no God, then there is no true or fixed morality and moral law is just whatever we say it is. Included is a funny story about the the relative rightness or wrongness of putting Nutella (a peanut-butter-like snack) on past…
Philip Snell continues his series on joy. Today he talks about joy being the emotional fuel in our tanks that enables us to live our lives with some degree of happiness; and how face time with others is one of the major sources of joy.
In his message today, Zac Williams starts from Genesis 18 (today's Torah portion) to talk about Abraham and Sarah's reaction to the three visitors, and how we should be ready in our lives today to do whatever it is that God calls us to do.
In his message today, Philip Snell gives us the second in his series of messages on the importance of the right-brain in living and character formation, and talks about finding joy in life.
In his message today, Philip Snell begins a new multi-week series suggested by the book "The Other Half of Church: Christian Community, Brain Science, and Overcoming Spiritual Stagnation" by Jim Wilder and Michel Hendricks. Covered today is the difference between the right and left halves of the brain and how they work together to give us our chara…
Last week many Remnant of Israel congregants went to Kansas City to see the traveling museum exhibit from Auschwitz itself. Today, instead of a traditional message, elder Joe George and several congregants read from the Book of Lamentations, and give their thoughts on what they saw and how it affected them.…
In his message today from today's torah portion, Philip Snell talks about the mysterious Melchizedek and his interactions with Abram, and explains the concept of Christophany.
Today, Joe George talks about Hanukkah In a message that complements the message that Zac Williams gave last week, especially regarding Psalm 82. Joe points out that Yeshua (Jesus) celebrated Hanukkah, and talks about what Yeshua did on Hanukkah from John 10:22.
In this message, delayed from Nov. 27, 2021, Zac Williams talks about the origins of Hanukkah, and why we still celebrate it today. But this discussion is from an adult point of view, not the sanitized cheerful version usually given in grade school level Shabbat classes.
In this episode, delayed from Nov. 20, 2021, Philip Snell talks about God providing what we need to serve him. Also, testimonies from our brother Johnny and our sister Hannah, and a brief prayer service by the ladies.
Our message today is presented by guest speaker Rabbi Alex Yalenga from the Zambia Messianic Fellowship (zamf.org). Please listen, it is good to hear about God's work in a far away and very different place!
Zac Williams talks about times when we must wait until God gives us new information. He uses Noah as an example, pointing out that God only spoke to Noah three times. During the 100 years it took to build the ark, Noah had to carry on until he heard from God again.
Messianic elder Philip Snell delivers a brief message about the origins of Psalm 34 (in 1 Samuel), followed by the Remnant praise and worship team performing "Taste and See".
Zac Williams talks about three major scriptural figures, and the only place in the Bible where they are mentioned all together, Ezekiel 14. Also, Lisa Snell gives a brief introduction about God hearing prayers and answering them.
In his message today, Philip Snell talks about the Book of Job (Job 1:1 - Job 2:10). God allowed Satan to harm Job because God had a higher purpose in mind. He was using Job as an example to teach us, and to rebuke Satan.
In Remnant's first message since Rabbi John passed away last Sunday, messianic elder Zach Williams talks about the beatitudes (blessings) from The Sermon on the Mount (from Matthew 5:3-10), and shows how each one builds on the previous one, hopefully describing our progress as we walk daily with Yeshua.…
With the conclusion of the Fall Feasts, and with a long time to wait until the return of the Spring Feasts, messianic elder Philip Snell gives us a teaching on how to wait, and shows us that we still have a job to do.
In the first of his two-part teaching on Sukkot (the Festival of Booths), Messianic elder Zach Williams talks about the Biblical origins of Sukkot and tells us some of the original purposes of dwelling in booths.
Messianic elder Joe George talks about the biblical origins of Yom Kippur, and their fulfillment in Yeshua's (Jesus's) atoning sacrifice.
In his message today, Messianic Elder Philip Snell gives what he calls "Yom Kippur 101", a brief introduction to the meaning and traditions of Yom Kippur, and an explanation of what Messianics should know about it, and also about Shabbat Shuvah, "The Sabbath of Return".
The Feast of Trumpets is one of the seven moedim (God's appointed times). In his message today, Elder Philip Snell talks about the origins of Yom Teruah, and why it should be important to everyone today. Especially since it points to the return of Yeshua (Jesus)!