In Part 2 of his series on Proverbs, Rabbi Schiller looks at the theme of Foolishness and the various types of fools in the world. Only by repenting and embracing the foolishness of the Cross can we no longer be a Simple Fool, an Obstinate Fool, or a Ruthless Fool, but rather become God’s Fool.
Rabbi Schiller begins a new study on the Book of Proverbs. In this 1st part, we explore what Wisdom is v. Foolishness; that the Fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge; and what Negative v. Positive Fear is, where the former is motivated by punishment, but the latter by love.
Rabbi Schiller looks at Daniel 12 today and Daniel’s discussion of Heaven & Hell. We look at the anguish that people without Messiah will suffer in Hell, and the fulfillment that those in Messiah will enjoy in Heaven
For Yom Kippur Day, Rabbi Schiller looks at Forgiveness, whereby true biblical forgiveness entails no longer withholding attention, affection, or honor from someone who has wronged you.
For Erev Yom Kippur, Rabbi Schiller looks at the topic of sin as slavery and addiction, which we can overcome only by tasting and seeing that the LORD is good – personal interaction and encounter with Y’Shua that replaces the fire of sinful habits burning in your heart.
For Shabbat T’Shuvah (Sabbath of Repentance), Rabbi Schiller revisits the Parable of the Prodigal Son, focusing on the self-righteousness, spiritual pride and religious spirit of the Older Brother, with a warning to parents not to overlook spiritual issues in the so-called easy, compliant child who outwardly follows all the rules and is obedient, but inwardly may be a legalistic Elder Brother.
For Rosh Hashana Day 2022, Rabbi Schiller focuses on worshipping King Messiah, as seen in Rev 4 & 5, looking at our need for worship, ways to worship, and Yeshua as the focus of our worship.
For Erev Rosh Hashana, Rabbi Schiller looks at the Coming Kingdom and the Return of the King, and how King Messiah’s reign is described in Rev 21 & 22, as the basis for our Hope in times of Tribulation.
Rabbi Schiller looks at Daniel 11 today – the Rise of the False Messiah & the Mark of the Beast, showing how Antiochus in Dan 11 is a type and picture of the False Messiah to come. We look at the Roman origins of the Mark of the Beast under Emperor Domitian, and our call to perseverance, resistance, and to maintaining our steadfast hope in the Return of Messiah Yeshua.
Rabbi Schiller examines Daniel 10 and the theme of the unseen world of spiritual warfare and the power of prayer, as shown by Daniel. When we pray, we unleash the very powers of Heaven, for the weapons of our warfare are not flesh, but divinely powerful for the pulling down of strongholds.
Rabbi Schiller looks at the famous prophesy of the 70 weeks in Daniel 9, and walks through 2 alternative calculations, showing how they both point to the time of Yeshua as the Messiah!