Cover image of Sermon Podcasts
(1)
Religion & Spirituality
Christianity

Sermon Podcasts

Updated about 1 month ago

Religion & Spirituality
Christianity
Read more

Sermons

Read more

Sermons

iTunes Ratings

1 Ratings
Average Ratings
1
0
0
0
0

iTunes Ratings

1 Ratings
Average Ratings
1
0
0
0
0
Cover image of Sermon Podcasts

Sermon Podcasts

Latest release on Mar 14, 2020

Read more

Sermons

Rank #1: Words of Encouragement from One of Yeshua’s Chief Disciples

Podcast cover
Read more
Peter, a simple fisherman from Galilee, may well be the second most important person in the New Testament next to Yeshua, Himself! Despite Peter’s simple beginnings, the Lord recognized a leadership quality in him which made the Lord choose him to not only receive “the keys of the kingdom of heaven,” but also to “take care of the sheep” when He was gone. In this portion of Peter’s first letter to many of the suffering Jewish believers of that day, he displays the spiritual anointing that the Lord placed upon him to lead those sheep, words from which we can all still benefit today.

Jan 18 2020

48mins

Play

Rank #2: Doug Friedman - The End of All Things is Near

Podcast cover
Read more
If you knew that ‘the end of all things is near,’ what would you do? In this portion of his letter, Peter addresses this very question, and his answer may surprise you.

Dec 08 2019

51mins

Play

Rank #3: Doug Friedman - Living for God, Not Self

Podcast cover
Read more
Coming to faith in Messiah is the key to eternal life. But are there other things that God now expects us to do. What are those things? Peter addresses that very question in this week’s portion of his first letter to the believers spread throughout the northern region of what, today, we call, Turkey.

Nov 24 2019

42mins

Play

Rank #4: Doug Friedman - The Blessings of Doing Good Things – Part-2

Podcast cover
Read more
Have you ever wondered what was meant by the biblical phrase in 1 Peter 3:19-20a, “He went and made proclamation to the spirits now in prison who were once disobedient”? The same event appears to have been included in the famous “Apostles Creed,” Article 5, which says that, after the Lord was crucified, dead, and buried, “He descended into Hell.” This message will attempt to explain what Peter might have had in mind when he penned those perplexing words.

Nov 10 2019

56mins

Play

Rank #5: Doug Friedman - The Blessings of Doing Good Things – Part 1

Podcast cover
Read more
If we’re believers in Yeshua, we’re called to share our faith with the world around us. In today’s text, Peter gives us the simplest formula in all of scripture for doing that very thing effectively.

Nov 02 2019

38mins

Play

Rank #6: Doug Friedman - Four Solid REASONS for JOY on Simchat Torah

Podcast cover
Read more
Have you ever wondered about the reliability of the Hebrew scriptures which were written over 3,400 years ago, copied by countless different scribes, and translated into English so that we can read them and, hopefully, understand them? If someone asked you, after all of that human handling, WHY they should believe that this Hebrew bible is trustworthy, what REASONS would you give them? This study answers that question.

Oct 26 2019

43mins

Play

Rank #7: Between Heaven and Earth: Sukkot 2019

Podcast cover
Read more
Is Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) just another holiday? Or is there something more to it? What did Yeshua mean when he said:
"Now on the last day, the great day of the feast, Yeshua stood and cried out, saying, "If anyone is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me, as the Scripture said, 'From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water.'"
Where do Yeshua's words and the Festival of Sukkot meet and why is this important to us today?

Oct 13 2019

56mins

Play

Rank #8: Doug Friedman - Righteous Living in an Unrighteous World

Podcast cover
Read more
How can believers in Yeshua maintain a righteous lifestyle in a very unrighteous world? The apostle Peter presents powerful instructions to do just that in a way which will also cultivate community.

Sep 22 2019

33mins

Play

Rank #9: Doug Friedman - Lifestyle Evangelism No Matter How Much It Hurts

Podcast cover
Read more
In 1 Peter 2:11, Peter begins the body of his letter laying down a long series of instructions by which believers are expected to live DESPITE being rejected, ostracized, and persecuted by the community in which they have been forced to live. How would you handle this situation if you lived there?

Sep 14 2019

25mins

Play

Rank #10: Robb Schwartz - Are You Teachable?

Podcast cover
Read more
This sermon explores the Bible's lessons on teachability. We will dig into some of King David's life as we search for answers on a subject that may challenge you to think about your life and your relationship ti God. Some questions we will cover:
Are we teachable?
• What does it mean to be teachable?
• What can we learn from Scripture about Teachability?
• What/Who does God use to teach you? [e.g. parents, friends, co-workers, bosses, family members, enemies, former friends, spouse, children, situations, failures]
• Do others perceive you as teachable?

Aug 10 2019

41mins

Play

Rank #11: Doug Friedman - God Says, Be Holy for I Am Holy

Podcast cover
Read more
If we’re truthful with ourselves, we know we constantly fall short of God’s standards in our lives. Yet, 1 Peter reminds us that we MUST BE HOLY, for God is Holy! Can we ever do that? Is it even possible?

Aug 03 2019

44mins

Play

Rank #12: Doug Friedman - How Suffering Can Actually Be a Blessing

Podcast cover
Read more
God wants to bless us, but He may first have to make us suffer. Of course, none of us wants to suffer, yet we all want God’s blessings, but God actually can and does use sufferings in our lives for our benefit.

Apr 06 2019

37mins

Play

Rank #13: The Resurrection of Haman

Podcast cover
Read more
There’s a dark cloud of anti-Semitism growing around the world, including here in the U.S. Haman wanted to destroy all the Jews, but God intervened and turned sadness into joy, fear into rejoicing!

Mar 23 2019

32mins

Play

Rank #14: Doug Friedman - How to Deal with Conflict in the Congregation

Podcast cover
Read more
Paul had founded the Corinthian congregation in 51 CE and taught there for 1 ½ years, then he left to continue spreading the gospel. After he left, “hucksters” came in and elevated themselves above Paul and his teachings. Now, Paul is about to return and deal with those infiltrators who have created conflict both within the congregation and between Paul and the congregation. In this set of verses, Paul reveals a divine perspective on handling conflict.

Feb 09 2019

39mins

Play

Rank #15: Doug Friedman - Paul at War

Podcast cover
Read more
It’s the fall of 57 CE, and Paul is fighting to regain the trust people had in him when, with the Lord’s help, he first launched the Corinthian congregation 6 years earlier during his 2nd missionary journey. But he recognizes something that perhaps none of the Corinthians yet recognize that is absolutely key to winning this fight. Find out what that key is that Paul knows and others don’t!

Feb 02 2019

52mins

Play

Rank #16: Simchat Torah: Can the Mosaic LAW Really Be a JOY?

Podcast cover
Read more
“Simchat Torah” means “Joy of the Torah.” It is a holiday created by the rabbis. But since the Torah is a collection of God’s laws, isn’t “JOY of the LAW” actually an oxymoron? How can a bunch of LAWS ever really be JOYOUS? Find out why the rabbis can rightly call it, the “JOY of the LAW!”

Sep 30 2018

24mins

Play

Rank #17: Today's Jewish Objections to Yeshua

Podcast cover
Read more
Jewish people believe that:
- Judaism is a healthy religion.
- Judaism doesn't see the world as intrinsically evil, denounce marriage, or call for self-renunciation.

Mar 18 2018

52mins

Play

Rank #18: Doug Friedman - Why Did God Allow Six Million Jews to Die in the Holocaust?

Podcast cover
Read more
Why did God permit the Nazis to brutally murder so many Jews simply because they were Jews? How could a loving God allow this to happen, especially to His chosen people? What sins had the Jewish people committed that could possibly justify such a punishment? Why didn’t God intervene? This sermon examines some of the religious and secular Jewish community’s proposed answers to these agonizing questions as well as what the Scriptures tell us.

Feb 18 2018

1hr 2mins

Play

Rank #19: Doug Friedman - If Jesus is the Messiah, why is not peace on earth

Podcast cover
Read more

Jul 15 2017

46mins

Play

Rank #20: Chuck Ott - Not Human Sacrifice

Podcast cover
Read more

Jul 08 2017

47mins

Play

Doug Friedman - A Grand Entrance into the Eternal Kingdom

Podcast cover
Read more
Peter knows that his life will soon end, and so his letter includes some of THEE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS he wants his audience of Jewish believers scattered through the wilds of what we know today to be northern Turkey to remember. Among those things is the promise of a type of heavenly reward – “A Grand Entrance into the Eternal Kingdom” – that will await those who endeavor to live righteously. The Lord’s promise is still applicable to all believers today!

Mar 14 2020

42mins

Play

Doug Friedman - The Believer's Responsibilities

Podcast cover
Read more
People who self-identify as “believers in Messiah Yeshua” comprise about 1/3 of the world’s population today. What does God expect them to do?” This message addresses that question.

Mar 01 2020

36mins

Play

Doug Friedman - How Can We Live Lives Pleasing to God

Podcast cover
Read more
Peter recognizes the sinful world around all believers, but not only never lowers the bar for believers, but in this pericope, begins the explanation of why ONLY BELIEVERS will ever be able to live lives pleasing to God.

Feb 22 2020

35mins

Play

Jack Zimmerman - WHAT DID YESHUA REALLY SAY?

Podcast cover
Read more
Would you like to know what the disciples heard and understood when they heard Yeshua's Sermon On The Mount?

Feb 15 2020

45mins

Play

“EXPOSING HISTORY” WITH PROFESSOR THOMAS WINDER

Podcast cover
Read more
Professor Thomas Winder is an Archaeologist and Missionary with a background in Biblical Archaeology and Broadcasting. Holy Land Research Institute He lives in Israel and ministers to the Druze people. He is currently restoring the original “Church of the Transfiguration” in the “high village of Majdal Shams on the slopes of Mount Hermon, Israel where he is “exposing history.”

Feb 08 2020

1hr 6mins

Play

Doug Friedman - Introduction to 2 Peter

Podcast cover
Read more
Peter begins his 2nd and last letter to the Jewish believing community by verifying that he, himself, wrote it, and to whom he wrote it. In addition, it includes a greeting to both Greek and Hebrew readers. But hidden amidst these three common opening items, he states one of the most profound theological insights in the entire New Testament that’s easy to miss.

Feb 02 2020

30mins

Play

A Historical Survey of Messianic Judaism - Unity without uniformity

Podcast cover
Read more
Messianic Judaism requires distinction and unity for Jews and non-Jews.

Jan 26 2020

1hr 7mins

Play

Words of Encouragement from One of Yeshua’s Chief Disciples

Podcast cover
Read more
Peter, a simple fisherman from Galilee, may well be the second most important person in the New Testament next to Yeshua, Himself! Despite Peter’s simple beginnings, the Lord recognized a leadership quality in him which made the Lord choose him to not only receive “the keys of the kingdom of heaven,” but also to “take care of the sheep” when He was gone. In this portion of Peter’s first letter to many of the suffering Jewish believers of that day, he displays the spiritual anointing that the Lord placed upon him to lead those sheep, words from which we can all still benefit today.

Jan 18 2020

48mins

Play

Heads-up - There's a Hungry Lion Out There, Who’s Looking for Lunch

Podcast cover
Read more
That hungry lion is, of course, our worst enemy, the Devil (aka Satan, the Dragon, the Serpent of Old, the Father of Lies, etc.). We’re called to “watch out for him!” This message examines some pertinent scriptures that should help us recognize him when he’s at work in our lives, and what we can do to defend ourselves.

Jan 11 2020

56mins

Play

Doug Friedman - Attention Leaders, This Message is for YOU

Podcast cover
Read more
We know that the Great Shepherd will someday return to judge both the living and the dead, but in the meantime, He wants the leaders of the believing congregations to shepherd those congregations in certain ways. This message reveals what those ways are, and becomes an example not just to congregational leadership, but to leaders in all areas of life.

Jan 04 2020

43mins

Play

Chuck Ott - Who Are Paul's Weak And Strong In Faith

Podcast cover
Read more
Traditionally, the weak have been identified as the more legalistic Jewish followers of Yeshua, and tensions have centered on Torah’s holy days and food restrictions. Likely, neither assumption is correct. Identifying Paul’s audience in Rome is key to unlocking the epistle’s profound message.

Dec 22 2019

56mins

Play

Doug Friedman - Can Suffering Ever Be Joyful?

Podcast cover
Read more
If God truly loves His people, why does He let them – and sometimes even cause them to suffer? Finally, we have a Scripture that answers this question.

Dec 15 2019

21mins

Play

Doug Friedman - The End of All Things is Near

Podcast cover
Read more
If you knew that ‘the end of all things is near,’ what would you do? In this portion of his letter, Peter addresses this very question, and his answer may surprise you.

Dec 08 2019

51mins

Play

Robb Schwartz - God's Boundaries

Podcast cover
Read more
How does God protect his people? He creates boundaries in many ways including national borders, tribal borders, and of course the heavenlies. Spiritual warfare is the biggest battle we face and in so doing puts all of on the front lines.

Dec 01 2019

51mins

Play

Doug Friedman - Living for God, Not Self

Podcast cover
Read more
Coming to faith in Messiah is the key to eternal life. But are there other things that God now expects us to do. What are those things? Peter addresses that very question in this week’s portion of his first letter to the believers spread throughout the northern region of what, today, we call, Turkey.

Nov 24 2019

42mins

Play

Joseph Ryan - From Lament to Praise, from Grief to Joy - Psalm 42 and 43

Podcast cover
Read more
Did you know that there are more Lament Psalms than any other type of Psalm? One commentary gave this possible explanation; There being more psalms of lament than any other type of Psalm reflects the messiness of life, the suffering and sadness. However, The Lament Psalms typically move from lament to praise, from grief to joy. Let’s look at Psalms 42 and 43 together.

Nov 17 2019

52mins

Play

Doug Friedman - The Blessings of Doing Good Things – Part-2

Podcast cover
Read more
Have you ever wondered what was meant by the biblical phrase in 1 Peter 3:19-20a, “He went and made proclamation to the spirits now in prison who were once disobedient”? The same event appears to have been included in the famous “Apostles Creed,” Article 5, which says that, after the Lord was crucified, dead, and buried, “He descended into Hell.” This message will attempt to explain what Peter might have had in mind when he penned those perplexing words.

Nov 10 2019

56mins

Play

Doug Friedman - The Blessings of Doing Good Things – Part 1

Podcast cover
Read more
If we’re believers in Yeshua, we’re called to share our faith with the world around us. In today’s text, Peter gives us the simplest formula in all of scripture for doing that very thing effectively.

Nov 02 2019

38mins

Play

Doug Friedman - Four Solid REASONS for JOY on Simchat Torah

Podcast cover
Read more
Have you ever wondered about the reliability of the Hebrew scriptures which were written over 3,400 years ago, copied by countless different scribes, and translated into English so that we can read them and, hopefully, understand them? If someone asked you, after all of that human handling, WHY they should believe that this Hebrew bible is trustworthy, what REASONS would you give them? This study answers that question.

Oct 26 2019

43mins

Play

Between Heaven and Earth: Sukkot 2019

Podcast cover
Read more
Is Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) just another holiday? Or is there something more to it? What did Yeshua mean when he said:
"Now on the last day, the great day of the feast, Yeshua stood and cried out, saying, "If anyone is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me, as the Scripture said, 'From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water.'"
Where do Yeshua's words and the Festival of Sukkot meet and why is this important to us today?

Oct 13 2019

56mins

Play

iTunes Ratings

1 Ratings
Average Ratings
1
0
0
0
0