Eitz Chaim

Eitz Chaim

A Messianic Jewish Synagogue in Richardson, Texas... Show More

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“In this 8th and final installment on his Marriage & Family series, Rabbi Schiller looks at Deut 6 and the principles for how to have your house in order through worship and love of God, and teaching the Word to your children within your home”  

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“In Part 7 of his series on Marriage & Family, Rabbi Schiller looks at principles and goals of child rearing, focusing on Deut 6 (teach them in the home), and 2 Tim 3 (Word of God is adequate for training in righteousness).”

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February 10, 2020 48 min

My Fair Esther – Eitz Chaim 2019 Purim Shpiel

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“In Part 6 of his series on Marriage & Family, Rabbi Schiller calls for the re-engagement of regular Family Based Worship as a foundation of building strong, Bible-based, Gospel-centered families.”

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January 30, 2020 32 min

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“In Part 5 of his series on Marriage & Family, Rabbi Schiller searches through the hard sayings of the Torah to highlight a father’s role and responsibility in raising godly sons and daughters.”

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“In Part 4 of his series on Marriage & Family, Rabbi Schiller looks at the parents’ primary role in training & discipling their children, focusing on the phases of Discipline & Obedience; Training; Catechism; and one-on-one Discipleship.”

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The theme of God’s Light in Hanukkah, how we can become lights of God.

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“In Part 3 of his series on Marriage & Family, Rabbi Schiller looks at Eph 5 and how a husband is to lead in love, lead in the Word, lead in righteousness, lead in selflessness, and lead in intimacy.”

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“In Part 2 of his series on Marriage and Family, Rabbi Schiller compares the Biblical Concept of Love with our culture’s Greco-Roman Myth of Romantic Love, showing how our marriages are meant to be an illustration of Messiah’s relationship with His Bride.”

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“In Part 1 of his new series on Marriage & Family, Rabbi Schiller looks at the biblical character traits that a young man should have as a husband, focusing on his role as Priest, Prophet, Provider and Protector for his wife and children.”

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“In Part 3 of his series on Elijah & Elisha, Rabbi Schiller looks at I Kings 19 and Elijah’s encounter with the Still, Small Voice of God, and explores the many ways in which God manifests Himself to us.”

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“In Part 5 of his series on Elijah & Elisha, Rabbi Schiller looks at the Transfiguration, and how seeing & embracing Y’Shua as the very Glory of God transforms us more & more into His image.”

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“In Part 4 of his series on Elijah & Elisha, Rabbi Schiller looks at the commissioning of Elisha and the Chariots of Fire taking Elijah to Heaven, and examines the two-fold Call of God on our life – the Call to Being and the Call to Doing.”

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“In connection with the recommencement of the Torah cycle, Rabbi Schiller looks at Genesis 1 and what it means to be made in God’s Image, how we are to reflect His glory, and how we are to represent Him in the world.”

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“God desires to be among His people, to tabernacle among us! He calls us into intimate relationship with Him. As He meets with us this Sukkot, what will He say to us, what will He do?”

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