Rabbi Schiller does a special message for Shavuot, focusing on Y’Shua and the Law, were we learn that we must read the Bible the way that Y’Shua did – as being all about Him. This will enable us to see the forest and not just the trees, and will be our lifeline in times of adversity.
Rabbi Schiller looks at Daniel 3 and the story of the 3 Jewish youths thrown into the fiery furnace. We see how Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego trusted in God, who saved them not from the furnace, but in and through the furnace, and we learn how if we trust Y’Shua in our furnaces, he will use our suffering to turn us into gold.
Rabbi Schiller looks at Daniel 2 today and the famous statue of gold, silver, bronze, iron, and clay. We see the future of the Gentile Kingdoms and Messiah’s eventual victory and as the Stone cut without hands that grows into a mountain and fills the earth, and we see how we must act in light of Y’Shua’s soon Coming.
Rabbi Schiller begins a new series on the Book of Daniel, looking this week at chapter 1 and how Daniel led an uncompromising life, honoring his deepest values, and refusing to defile himself.
For Passover, Rabbi Schiller walks through the Song at the Sea / the Song of Moses in Exod 15, looking at themes of Covenant, Worship, and God as a Man of War, and that the LORD is calling us to worship Him for both who He is and what He has done.
Rabbi Schiller looks at the biblical Feast of Fruits today in celebration of the Resurrection, Y’Shua being the first fruits of those who rise from the dead. Looking at the accounts of Thomas & Mary Magdalene encountering the Risen Messiah, we explore how to move from doubt to faith.
In his 43rd and final part of his Mark series, Rabbi Schiller looks at the Resurrection – the evidence for its historical reliability; the message of grace and hope it contains; and motivation and power that it gives us to proclaim this glorious Good News to the world
In Part 42 of his series on Mark, Rabbi Schiller looks at Pagans, Pharisees, and Women all worshipping Y’Shua at the Cross, and how the Gospel can make us a supernatural community of very different people who come together to love and serve one another and model God’s Kingdom on earth."
In Part 41 of his Mark series, Rabbi Schiller looks at Psalm 22, verse by verse, and explores in Yeshua’s cry from the Cross, the infinity of His suffering, the infinity of His love, and the secret of His power.
In Part 40 of his series on Mark, Rabbi Schiller looks at Y’Shua’s cry from the Cross, "My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me," and explores the meaning of the atonement, Y’Shua becoming sin for us, the rending of the veil in the Temple, and the Centurion’s cry, "Surely, this man was the Son of God.