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Restoration Seattle

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Rank #175 in Judaism category

Religion & Spirituality
Judaism
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Restoration is a Messianic Synagogue in Seattle. Our mission is to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Yeshua. Find more info about Restoration at shalomseattle.com or on the Restoration Seattle App (iOS, Android, Windows & Amazon).

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Restoration is a Messianic Synagogue in Seattle. Our mission is to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Yeshua. Find more info about Restoration at shalomseattle.com or on the Restoration Seattle App (iOS, Android, Windows & Amazon).

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By Tre - Jan 17 2019
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Love the sermons!

Everyone needs to listen!

By Gabpau07 - Feb 20 2018
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This is a great teaching ministry that is blessing people all over the world. Thank you for your faithfulness.

iTunes Ratings

14 Ratings
Average Ratings
13
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1
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Thank you

By Tre - Jan 17 2019
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Love the sermons!

Everyone needs to listen!

By Gabpau07 - Feb 20 2018
Read more
This is a great teaching ministry that is blessing people all over the world. Thank you for your faithfulness.
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Restoration Seattle

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Restoration is a Messianic Synagogue in Seattle. Our mission is to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Yeshua. Find more info about Restoration at shalomseattle.com or on the Restoration Seattle App (iOS, Android, Windows & Amazon).

Rank #1: The Sacrifice

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God fulfilled His promise to Abraham when He gave him his son, Isaac, in his old age. Then God asked Abraham to sacrifice his son on an altar. Abraham believed in resurrection and he believed that even if his son had to die God could bring him back. Abraham already knew that God kept His promises now it was to time to sacrifice everything. As we conclude Rosh Hashanah we know that God sacrificed everything for us so that we could return the sacrifice to Him. "The Sacrifice" is the second part of a special series for Rosh Hashanah called "Promise & Sacrifice."

Sep 10 2018

44mins

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Rank #2: Mountain To Valley - Psalm 16

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Psalm 16 is a psalm about trusting in God when it's difficult, in fact, it's more like a prayer during struggle in which the Psalmist is asking God to help him find the faith he needs to move forward.

Jun 22 2019

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Rank #3: We Are Forgiven

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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."

Sep 15 2018

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Rank #4: We Are Messianic

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1st sermon in the new series We Are: “We Are Messianic.” It’s the first of our core values and for us that means “we reflect the Jewishness of Yeshua.” We are not trying to fit Jesus into Judaism or Judaism into Jesus. We believe that Messianic Judaism is the Judaism of Jesus and this idea influences everything we do. We worship on Shabbat, read from the Torah, sing in Hebrew, keep the festivals of the Torah and follow hard after Yeshua, our Messiah, who did all of these same things. At Restoration we are all about Yeshua and being like Him in this present culture. It’s not for everyone, nor do we believe it should be, but it is for us. We make conscious decisions to reflect the Jewishness of Yeshua because We Are Messianic!

Sep 01 2018

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Rank #5: Michael Wolf

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Michael Wolf is the Messianic Rabbi of Beth Messiah Messianic Synagogue in the Greater Cincinnati area (Loveland, OH.) Michael was raised in a traditional Jewish home and came to faith in Messiah in his twenties. Michael is a well-respected author of several books, a filmmaker, and a board member of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA).

Aug 25 2018

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Rank #6: Move Towards The Truth

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Prolonged conflicts put us under great emotional stress. When we experience seasons like these Satan will attempt to deceive us by distorting our understanding of what is and isn’t true. During moments like these it’s crucial that we move away from falsehoods along with the negative behaviors accompanying them and towards God’s word! #Restoration #Seattle #TribalWarfare

Dec 30 2017

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Rank #7: But I Say

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The Pharisees are seen by most people as the adversaries of Jesus because of their many disagreements with Jesus in the New Testament. The truth is both Jesus and the Pharisees taught from the Tanakh (Hebrew Scriptures). Their biggest disagreement being that Jesus often equated himself with God and this made some of the Pharisees angry. Where rabbis spoke opinion, Jesus spoke with Authority; The authority of the One who wrote the Word in the first place. Jesus never said anything new. He taught ancient truth with authority. The authority He spoke with drew large crowds and both excited the people and frightened the establishment. Jesus is the Word of God in flesh and He is calling all people to turn back to God, not just a few thousand years ago but still…today! Part 2 of Jesus Never Said Anything New.

Mar 24 2018

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Rank #8: Like A Tree - Psalm 1

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The Psalms are poetry and worship, they are happy and sad, they are easy and hard. Each Psalm, of 150 Psalms, are different and are categorized into seasons of well-being, seasons of hurt and surprise of new circumstance we did not expect. As poetry they are meant to be used in prayer, thought, and designed to help us take action in worship of God in every circumstance. To start this series we look at Psalm 1.

Jun 01 2019

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Rank #9: Passive Vs. Active Relationships

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God wants us to pursue active friendships that will become foundational in our lives that will help us to become fully devoted followers of Yeshua.

Apr 13 2019

42mins

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Rank #10: Trust God

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Sep 30 2019

32mins

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Rank #11: KEEP CALM AND TRUST THE PROCESS!

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When David was anointed to be King of Israel as a teenager Instead of being coronated, he became a fugitive. Rather than doubt God, David learned to humble himself before God and to not take matters into his own hands. When we learn to do this during seasons of hardship, we learn to trust God's processes instead of our own!

Apr 06 2019

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Rank #12: Know Him better. Trust Him more.

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Conflict will always be a part of our lives as we seek to become fully devoted followers of Yeshua. The way we triumph over conflict is by clinging to God until we see Him break through what we struggle with and let go of what stunts our spiritual growth. He wants to show us how to #KnowHimBetterAndTrustHimMore! #Restoration #Seattle #TribalWarfare

Dec 02 2017

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Rank #13: Transformed

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A massive transformation took place in the life of Paul. He persecuted the original followers of Yeshua but after meeting Yeshua on the road to Damascus he became the single greatest preacher of the Gospel the world has ever seen. Like Paul, God wants to transform your life, today! Matt Elser, our guest preacher, is the Youth Pastor at Mountain View Community Church in Snohomish, WA and a great friend of Restoration!

Mar 03 2018

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Rank #14: We Are Together

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We are better together. It's God's design for people to not be alone and to be in community with others. Community is the place where loving God and loving people can rise to their full potential in us, together!

Sep 28 2019

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Rank #15: Submission to God is True Power

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God's authority is only accessible to us when we allow ourselves to be humbled. We can learn this lesson by paying attention to how David the lowly shepherd became the 2nd king of Israel. #KingsAndThrones

Mar 30 2019

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Rank #16: Yeshua Opens Doors. Only Sin Can Shut Them.

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When we are faithful, God will open doors of blessing & opportunity that can’t be shut by anything other than our sin. If pride and complacency shut these doors God’s opened, Yeshua will continue knock on them because He desires to restore us.

Nov 03 2018

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Rank #17: On These Two

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In his earthly ministry Jesus was not an innovator, he was a restorer. He didn't introduce new ideas, in fact, he taught the same content as other first century rabbis from the Hebrew Scriptures. As a prophet, like all the prophets who came before, He called out Israel for it’s sin. Jesus never said anything new, He spoke from the Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings, as well as Jewish tradition. But, when He spoke from the Hebrew Scriptures he didn't speak from opinion, He spoke with Authority. The rabbis he speaks with in the Gospels gave varying opinions and interpretations of the Torah; Yeshua interpreted the Torah as the One who wrote it. It is as if he was saying, “Here is what I meant when I wrote it.” He didn't only speak as a prophet but as the God who wrote the commandments. There is no record in the New Testament of people who after hearing Jesus teach said, “These are brand new ideas that no one has taught before!” Rather, their reaction was “This is different because of the authority with which He speaks.” Jesus didn’t come to start a new religion but to call people back to right relationship with the One True God. Jesus never said anything new but He spoke with the authority of the One who gave the Torah to Moses. He spoke with the authority of The Word in flesh.

Mar 17 2018

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Rank #18: Mike Labrum

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Mike Labrum is the interim lead pastor of North Seattle Church and a friend of Restoration. We know his message will encourage you!

Nov 18 2017

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Rank #19: He Will

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Everyone is trying to figure out God’s will for their lives. In Vaera, the second Torah portion of Exodus, we find the verses which became the four cups of Passover. Four “I will” statements from God to His people Israel. Four promises that He will fulfill for everyone, from every nation, who calls on the name of Yeshua. Want to know God’s will for your life? He will sanctify you, He will Deliver you, He will redeem you, and He will take you as His own. When we understand these truths we can walk with God in boldness!

Jan 13 2018

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Rank #20: Justify Yourself

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Jesus never said anything new. What made Him different to the people who heard him was not the content of His teachings, but the authority with which He spoke. Even His most famous parables weren’t really new, because for generations storytelling was the way Judaism passed down its most important ideas and traditions. In the parable of the Good Samaritan, a Torah scholar attempts to entrap Yeshua into answering questions that are not real questions. There is an insincerity in asking a question when the answer is assumed or there is no interest in the answer. Sometimes our prayers work that way. We ask for what we think we need or want, but we are resistant to what God is actually saying. Or, like the Torah scholar, we try to sound smart or justify our insincerity. You don’t have to prove anything to God, and you don't have to prove anything to people. Ultimately we must strive for sincerity.

Mar 31 2018

41mins

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