Rabbi Schiller casts the vision for EC for 2018, focusing on the Glory, Gifts & Grace that Messiah has placed corporately in the local Messianic congregation, and the need for a Spirit-empowered Revival and Renewal
“Rabbi Schiller concludes his mini-series on the Book of Hebrews with a special drash for Chanukah. He discusses the martyrs of the faith, and how we can endure persecution by fixing our hope on the Resurrection.”
Rabbi Schiller speaks on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood, analyzing Gen 1-3 for practical patterns of how, in the midst of a post-modern, relativistic, gender-bending world, we should be the men and women that God has called us to be.
Rabbi Schiller looks at Hebrews 4 and our Shabbat Rest in Messiah. We see that God’s Word lays bare our spiritual nakedness, which is only clothed in Messiah Y’Shua. Only in Him do we find perfect peace and contentment.
Rabbi Schiller begins a new mini-series on the Book of Hebrews. Today we look at Hebrews 1 & 2, and see the utter uniqueness of Y’Shua, the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of His Being.
For Simchat Torah, Rabbi Schiller looks at Exod 19, focusing on the Gospel Order of Grace (Salvation yields Obedience); reconciling God’s Holiness and Covenant Love; and our need for a Mediator, who offers us an Unshakeable Kingdom.
For the Feast of Tabernacles, Rabbi Schiller discusses Y’Shua being born during this Feast to Tabernacle with us. The mystery of the Incarnation: Y’Shua is called Immanuel / God with us, because He’s God; He’s us (human); and He’s with us.
For Yom Kippur Day, Rabbi Schiller concludes his study of the two goats of Lev 16, focusing today on the Scapegoat, upon whose back our sins were laid, and it’s fulfillment in Y’Shua, as seen in Is 53, Dan 9, Heb 8 & 9, and the Gospels.
For Erev Yom Kippur, Rabbi Schiller examines the YK ceremony of the two goats in Lev 16, and sees how the images of atonement and substitutionary sacrifice are fulfilled in the Suffering Servant of Is 53 and in the Gospel of Yeshua the Messiah.
For Shabbat T’Shuvah, Rabbi Schiller explores the biblical theme of God as a Consuming Fire, with Fire being a symbol of purity, passion, power and reproductive force! Make me Thy fuel, O flame of God!
Rabbi Schiller’s Rosh Hashanah drash on Forgiveness uses Y’Shua’s famous Parable of the father and his Prodigal Son to point out that forgiveness requires death to superiority & pride; releasing the offender from liability; and leads to Resurrection Life.
For the Erev Rosh Hashanah Service, Rabbi Schiller looks at how to be inscribed in the Book of Life, focusing on the themes of Repentance, Atonement, Rebirth and the Messianic Hope of a New Heart and a New Spirit.
Rabbi Schiller looks at part 2 of John 21, where Y’Shua heals Peter from his sin of denying Him three times. We look today at themes of Repentance, Godly Sorrow, Denying Oneself, Discipleship and Following Y’Shua.
Learning from the revival at Ezra and Nehemiah’s days after the return from the first diaspora, and drawing lessons for our days – looking for at the coming revival in Israel and among Jewish people to Messiah Yeshua.