The Fulfilled Feasts of Israel

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God created special celebrations that were object lessons, reminders, and PROPHECIES about the future.

The annual feasts of the Lord (Leviticus 23) provide a prophetic panorama of God’s wonderful plan of redemption, beginning with the sacrifice of the Lamb (Passover) and resolving with the final ingathering at the end of the age (Feast of Tabernacles).

In this message, Scott Brown shares how the springs feasts were fulfilled in the coming of the Messiah and why that’s GOOD NEWS for both Jews and Gentiles today.

Behold the Bridegroom

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Messiah the Bridegroom

‘I am jealous for you with a godly jealousy. I promised you to one husband, to Christ, so that I might present you as a pure virgin to him.’ (2 Corinthians 11:2)

Have you ever noticed how the Bible sometimes reads like a Bridal magazine?  Why all this talk about a bride and bridegroom, bridesmaids, a wedding, and a marriage supper?  The New Testament scriptures contain many mysterious references to Israel’s ancient wedding ritual.  This message by Scott Brown unveils the mystery, encourages the Believer with the hope of our Bridegroom’s imminent return, and challenges you (the Bride of Christ) to prepare for our Lover’s return by living a fully devoted life.

Timeless Lessons from the Prophet Daniel

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Celebrate Messiah NZ Simcha

Simcha is a Hebrew word meaning JOY, and there’s no missing the fact that it’s something God has in mind for His children! SIMCHA 2017 was a joy-filled gathering of believers in Yeshua (Jesus) who enjoy worship and teaching from a Jewish perspective — which is certainly relevant considering the Jewish roots of our Scriptures, our Saviour, and our Salvation (John 4:22).

Perturbing Love – God’s Love for Israel

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“I will make you my wife, forever, showing you righteousness and justice, unfailing love and compassion.” (Hosea 2:19)

God’s love for unfaithful Israel is unsettling:
Who can love a “whoring” spouse?

This sermonic journey through the narrative of Hosea unveils the shocking, unspeakable commitment of our Lover, God.

This message by Scott Brown was given in Jerusalem in 2018 during the celebration of Israel’s 70th Anniversary.

Hanukkah: The Eight-Day Party in Praise of God

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O Hanukkah, O Hanukkah
A festival of joy
A holiday, a jolly day
For every girl and boy

Spin the whirling dreydls
All week long
Eat the sizzling latkes
Sing a happy song

Hanukkah! Even the most sophisticated, secular Jewish person cannot help feeling merry when Hanukkah rolls around. Who wouldn’t? It’s a celebration that combines the unique blend of history and faith that has sustained the Jewish people throughout the centuries. Plus, it’s simply a ripping good story of an underdog standing up to a bully and teaching him a lesson.