This is about the biblical mandate to be a watchman from Ezekiel 3 and Ezekiel 33 and how it links to the Great Commission that Yeshua gave us.

“Rabbi Schiller looks at Philippians 2, why we fight with one another, and how to obtain a heart of humility by applying the Incarnation to our lives.”

“Rabbi Schiller starts a new series this week on Philippians. Today we look at the secret of inner joy – God can take our lead and turn it into gold, by turning us into gold, which starts by us saying, with Paul, “For me, to live is Messiah!”

“For Shavuot, Rabbi Schiller looks at the Book of Ruth, seeing Boaz, Ruth, and Y’Shua all in the role, in various ways, as the Kinsman-Redeemer – the One who pays our debts, redeems us, marries us, and gives us His life and inheritance!”

“Rabbi Schiller concludes his series on Elijah & Elisha by looking at Y’Shua’s commentary on them in Luke 4, focusing on the theme of Y’Shua only coming to the Spiritually Poor.”

“Rabbi Schiller looks at 2 Kings 6 today and the famous story of the Chariots of Fire, focusing on the themes of Spiritual Blindness; the Gift of Spiritual Sight; and how we can he healed of our blindness.”

Let’s explore Scripture to discover what it looks like to be instruments of the radical forgiveness that our Messiah calls us to live by.

“Rabbi Schiller looks at the conclusion of 2 Kings 5 today, and the story of Naaman, Elisha & Gehazi, focusing on the contrast between true conversion (Naaman) and mere religion (Gehazi).”

“In his Elijah / Elisha series, Rabbi Schiller looks at the story of Naaman the Leper today, and shows how we are all spiritual lepers who are trying to cover it over with Religion, but we can only be cleansed by the One our Rabbis call The Leper Messiah.”

“In the midst of our Pandemic Crisis, Rabbi Schiller looks at Habakkuk 3 today for lessons on dealing with dark times, focusing on how we can rejoice in the midst of our suffering through Repeating God’s Word in our heart; Remembering what He has done; and Rejoicing in the finished work of Y’Shua on the Tree.”

“Rabbi Schiller looks at the story of Elisha raising the Shunammite’s son from the dead in 2 Kings 4, focusing on the theme of Resurrection Power and how we need to be hidden in Messiah, just as the boy was hidden in Elisha.”

In his third installment on John the Baptist, Rabbi Schiller looks at Matthew 11:16-24 and the nature of unbelief, where Y’Shua shows that the real issue is not the surface objections, but the underlying heart attitude of not wanting to give up control or submit one’s life to Messiah.

“Continuing through Mth 11, Rabbi Schiller examines the famous verse, “The Kingdom of Heaven suffers violence, and violent men take if by force.” We see that God’s Kingdom is only entered by those with a spiritual violence, a holy ferocity, a forceful commitment to Y’Shua as LORD and Savior.”