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Adat Hatikvah Sermon Podcast

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ADAT HATIKVAH is a Messianic Synagogue that celebrates Yeshua the Messiah and the Judaism he represents. We reflect the Jewishness of Yeshua. Our mission is to return to the God of our fathers by becoming fully devoted followers of Yeshua. Our Core Values are:1. A House of Prayer for all Nations2. Centered on the Biblical Calendar3. Spirit-filled blended worship made up of contemporary music and liturgy4. A congregation of people who are discovering God, becoming who He created us to be, and investing in God’s kingdom.

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ADAT HATIKVAH is a Messianic Synagogue that celebrates Yeshua the Messiah and the Judaism he represents. We reflect the Jewishness of Yeshua. Our mission is to return to the God of our fathers by becoming fully devoted followers of Yeshua. Our Core Values are:1. A House of Prayer for all Nations2. Centered on the Biblical Calendar3. Spirit-filled blended worship made up of contemporary music and liturgy4. A congregation of people who are discovering God, becoming who He created us to be, and investing in God’s kingdom.

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Adat Hatikvah Sermon Podcast

Latest release on Feb 16, 2020

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Rank #1: Robbing God Prayer

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Nov 09 2019

1hr 3mins

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Rank #2: Heart Prayer

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##Background: Ezekiel chapter eight's vision of the pollution of the temple ends with a view of judgment and a future hope. It then shows God's departure from his sanctuary, the city, and the land. This offers us both a glimpse into God’s love for his people and his sadness over their sin.

* Ezekiel 11:1-13 “Alas, Lord God! Will You bring the remnant of Israel to a complete end?”
* Ezekiel 11:14-21 “I will take the heart of stone out of their flesh and give them a heart of flesh...”
* Ezekiel 11:22-25 “So the vision that I had seen left me.”

##Going Deeper group study questions:
* Read Ezekiel 11:1-4; Proverbs 3:5-7; Romans 12:1-8
* What is often the cause of our bad decisions and sin?
* Read Ezekiel 11:5-12; Psalm 139:1–6; Daniel 2:30; Acts 1:24
* What does it mean that God judges the heart?
* Read Ezekiel 11:13-20; Isaiah 11:11–16; Jeremiah 3:12, 18; 24:5; Ezekiel 20:41, 42; 28:25
* What is the pattern of Return in these verses?
* What has to happen in the lives of Israel?
* If you are able to trade your heart and receive a new spirit today, how would your life change?
* In the past, what has gotten in the way of change
* What would have to change in order for you to move move to the next level with God?

Aug 17 2019

1hr

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Rank #3: Do Not Pray

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####Background: Chapter 7 has a long discourse on the Temple, possibly during the High Holidays. People have become confident in the Temple instead of uprightness, faithfulness and obedience to God. This is a similar message he gives in Chapter 11 and 26.
- Jeremiah 7:1-4
- Jeremiah 7:5-15
- Jeremiah 7:16-20
- Jeremiah 7:21-34
- 1 Tim 1:20; 1 Cor 5:5
- 1 John 1:5-9

####Going Deeper group study questions:
- Read Jer. 7:4-8, Micah 3:11, Gen. 17:7-8, Exodus 19:5-6, 2 Sam 7:16, Ps 132:13-14
- Is it possible to believe more in a promise rather than the one who promises?
- Read Deut 7:12–15; 28; cf. 1 Kgs 8:27; Isa 57:15
- What is required for obedience?
- Read Her 7:5-7, Ezek. 18:5–9; Mic 6:6–8; Jas 1:26–27
- What is the type of religion that pleases God?

May 04 2019

55mins

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Rank #4: Reconcile to Himself

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Sep 09 2018

23mins

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Rank #5: Way of the Wicked

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####Background: Jeremiah’s testing included refusal, mockery, loneliness, and intimidations. He was close to thinking that God was not impartial, was ignorant, or was being fooled by false piety. His prayer is
* Jeremiah 12:1-4 “Righteous are You, O LORD...”
* Jeremiah 12:5-6 “If you have run with footmen...”
* Jeremiah 12:7-13 “I have forsaken My house...”
* Jeremiah 12:14-17 “...concerning all MY wicked neighbors...”

####Going Deeper group study questions:
* Read Jer. 12:1-6; Ezra 9:15; Ps 51:4; 129:4; Jer 11:2
* Discuss why God uses courtroom motif.
* Read Job 21:7; Pss 37; 49; 73; Hab 1:2–4; Mal 2:17; 3:14–15
* Why has the way of wicked prosper?
* Read Is 29:13; Jer 3:10; Ps 12:2; Prov 26:25, Ezek 33:31; Titus 1:16
* What does it mean to give lip service or flattery?
* Read Rev 1:16, 2:12, 2:16, 19:21
* Compare what people say to the power of God’s Word?
* Read Jer 12:14-17; Amos 9:11-15
* What does it mean to us that God restores Israel?

Jun 01 2019

53mins

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Rank #6: Sabbath Prayer

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##Background: In chapter 16 God tells Jeremiah not to get married, Mourn, or celebrate. Judah “polluted” the land. However, the Gentiles will believe God.

* Jeremiah 17:1-4 Sin engraved
* Jeremiah 17:5-8 Cursing or blessing choice
* Jeremiah 17:9-12 Heart is deceitfully sick
* Mark 7:1-23
* Jeremiah 17:13-18 Heal me and I will be healed, save me and I will be saved
* Jeremiah 17:19-27 The Sabbath

##Going Deeper group study questions:
* Read Jeremiah 16:10-13, 18; Numbers 35:30-34; Jeremiah 2:5-7, 3:8-9
* In what way is the land polluted?
* List why God is going to punish Judah
* Read Jeremiah 17:5-8
* Compare a cursed man to a blessed man.
* Read Jeremiah 17:9-13; Ecclesiastes 9:3; Mark 7:21, 22
* What is our problem?
* Read 1 Samuel 16:7; 1 Chronicles 28:9; Psalm 139:23; Proverbs 17:3; Jeremiah 11:20, 20:12; Romans 8:27; Revelation 2:23
* What does it mean for God to search our hearts?
* Jeremiah 17:19-27 The Sabbath
* Why does God want Jeremiah to understand and teach people about Sabbath?

Jun 29 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #7: Our Purpose

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This is a special sermon that builds a theology from Revelation to the Torah and back showing the plan of God for the world and in turn the vision and purpose for our lives and Adat Hatikvah.

Jan 04 2020

1hr 17mins

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Rank #8: Dung Prayer

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##Background: Ezekiel is a priest who was taken into Babylon during the first wave of the captivity. He laments not being called as a priest and God sends him a massive vision. He is sent to warn the people that the second wave will be as bad as the first.

* Ezekiel 4:1–8 *“Now, son of man, take a clay tablet...”*
* Ezekiel 4:9-17 *“You shall eat it as a barley cake, having baked it in their sight over human dung.”*
* Acts 10:10-20 *“What God has cleansed, no longer consider unholy.”*

##Going Deeper group study questions:
* Read Ezekiel 4:1; Isaiah 20:2; Jeremiah 13:1; 18:2; 19:1
* Why do you think God ask the prophets to use physical illustrations when giving prophecy?
* Read Ezeekiel 4:14; Acts 10:10-20
* Compare this story to the one from Ezekiel
* What happens when we defile ourselves?
* How can we become clean?
* Is there anything you missed out on because you were not ready?

Aug 03 2019

59mins

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Rank #9: Lions and Weasels

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May 11 2019

48mins

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Rank #10: Winning the War Prayer

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Background: After the mourning period of Saul was over David starts his reign as King. However, his kingdom starts with division.

2 Sam. 2:1-7 “David inquired of the Lord…”
2 Sam. 2:7-11 “But Abner the son of Ner, commander of Saul’s army…”
2 Sam. 2:12-3:1 “Now there was a long war between the house of Saul and the house of David; and David grew steadily stronger, but the house of Saul grew weaker continually.”
2 Sam 5:1-25 “When the Philistines heard that they had anointed David king over Israel, all the Philistines went up to seek out David…”

Oct 06 2018

48mins

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Rank #11: Witchcraft Prayer

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Background: Saul almost caught David but was called away to a battle with the Philistines. David flees to the land of the Philistines and King Achish gives him the city of Ziklag. David and his men live there for a year and four months.

1 Sam. 28:1-3 “Saul had removed from the land those who were mediums and spiritists.”
1 Sam. 28:4-6 “When Saul inquired of the Lord, the Lord did not answer him…”
1 Sam. 28:7-19 “Seek for me a woman who is a medium, that I may go to her and inquire of her.”
1 Sam. 28:20-25 “Then Saul immediately fell full length upon the ground and was very afraid because of the words of Samuel”

Sep 29 2018

52mins

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Rank #12: Correct Me Prayer

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####Background: Jeremiah gives us an apologetic for comparing God to Idols. Jeremiah 10 is a rebuke interspersed with contrasting words of the incomparability of God.
* Jeremiah 10:1-5 “Do not learn the way of the nations.”
* Jeremiah 10:6-10 “There is none like You, O Lord...”
* Jeremiah 10:11-16 “Thus say to them...”
* Jeremiah 10:17-25 “Correct me, O LORD...”

####Going Deeper group study questions:
* Read Jer. 10:1-5; Ex. 20:4, Ex. 32; Num 25:1–3; Psalm 115
* How are Idols described in these verses?
* What can these Idols do?
* Read 1 Cor. 8
* How should we act around Idols?
* Read Jer 10:6; Ex 15:11; Deut 33:26; Ps 48:1, 86:8-10
* What do these verses say about God?
* Read Jer. 10:7-16
* Compare Idols to God
* How can this help us share with others?

May 25 2019

44mins

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Rank #13: Pillars of Prayer

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Nov 16 2019

50mins

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Rank #14: Far Above All

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Sep 29 2019

32mins

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Rank #15: Complaining Prayer

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Oct 12 2019

53mins

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Rank #16: The Last Trumpet

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Sep 10 2018

39mins

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Rank #17: Dispute Prayer

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Oct 26 2019

58mins

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Rank #18: 4 Types

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Dec 14 2019

52mins

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Rank #19: Stop Prayer

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Oct 05 2019

48mins

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Rank #20: Heart Attack Prayer

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####Background: True repentance requires admitting we are sinners, sorry for what we have done, and turning back to the LORD.
- Jeremiah 4:1-2
- Jeremiah 4:3-4
- Jeremiah 4:5-10
- Jeremiah 4:11-18
- Jeremiah 4:19-22
- Jeremiah 4:23-28

####Going Deeper group study questions:
- Read Jer. 4:1-2
- What does it mean to put away detestable things?
- Read Jer 4:3-4; Deut 10:16; 30:6; Rom 2:28, 29; Col 2:11
- What does it mean to circumcise our hearts?
- Read Jer. 4:5-18
- What can we do to get away from the wrath of God?
- Read Jer. 4:19-28
- What is Jeremiah so upset about?
- Are we upset about the same things?

Apr 27 2019

57mins

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