Our guest preacher, Lee Weeks, comes from Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI) in Phoenix, Arizona. JVMI holds several medical clinics and outreaches each year in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe. You will be encouraged by this message and perhaps even inspired to volunteer to go to Africa in the Name of Yeshua!
February 3, 2018 • Lee Weeks
Part 2 - Yom Kippur • September 19, 2018 • Aybars Uckun
Obedience isn’t something that comes naturally to us; we have to learn to obey by first learning to listen and then act on what we have heard. God desires us to learnt o obey Him wholeheartedly so that we can begin to see the selfishness and pride holds all of us back from becomeing fully devoted followers of Yeshua. When we do this, we begin to develop intimacy with God and experience joy when we learn to keep His commandments! Part two of repentance and obedience for Yom Kippur.
Part 1 - Erev Yom Kippur • September 18, 2018 • Matt Rosenberg
The pain in your past isn’t worth loosing your present peace. Your future depends on allowing Yeshua to set you free from sin past, present & future! You can’t experience restoration without repentance. Yeshua heals your past, gives meaning to your present, empowers your future. But you must repent of your sins in order to receive it all. First, in the moment of salvation but also on a daily basis for the rest of your life. Part 1 of repentance and obedience for Yom Kippur
We Are Forgiven
Part 3 - We Are • September 15, 2018 • Matt Rosenberg
In this season, the ten days of Awe, we focus on repentance. We heard the sound of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah, calling us to repent, and we receive forgiveness of our sins on Your Kippur. The Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is called Shabbat Shuvah because the word Shuvah means to turn around or “To Return”. Simply, stop walking in the direction you are going and turn around and walk the other way. Return to God, the one who created you. At Restoration, we want to help people move from where they are to where God wants them to be. First in salvation, understanding the need you have for Yeshua to save you from your sin. Second, to know that you are forgiven, and live forgiven, so you can extend the same forgiveness to others. That’s why one of our core vales is “We Are Forgiven" because “We know that every setback is chance to comeback.” God is calling all people to return to Him, including you! "We Are Forgiven" is part 3 of the series "We Are."