Faith in Jesus Christ opens our hearts and brings us into a relationship with Father God. Join Rabbi Schneider as he continues in the book of Romans to discuss the deeper meanings of our faith and how we as believers can learn to trust God like Abraham.
In Romans 3:28, Paul tells us, "...man is justified by faith apart from works of the Law." But does this mean that the Law is irrelevant? Find out by joining Rabbi Schneider as he explains the relationship between the Law and faith.
The greatest breakthroughs happen when we fully realize the truth about who we are. Join us as Rabbi Schneider reveals the mystery of God in us.
The church has experienced a lot of confusion over the Gift of Tongues. In this episode, Rabbi helps clarify that there are multiple versions of the Gift of Tongues, and how this gift can help you when facing spiritual opposition.
To experience true breakthroughs you will need supernatural strength. Rabbi Schneider describes how when King David was attacked, he went into the stronghold. Learn how to receive God's supernatural stronghold anointing in this episode.
Everything changed when a young Kirt Schneider, a Jewish boy from a small conservative Jewish community had a vision in the night of the one he would call his Savior. Left with revelation, young Schneider would embark on a journey of hardship, forgiveness and the ultimate discovery of the love of God, through Yeshua Hamaschiach.
Does God have a plan for the trials you may be going through right now? Do you find yourself thinking, "Why why would God allow this?" If you find yourself needing to build trust in God and in His plans for your life, then this episode is for you.
Is God in control of everything? Does the Devil have any real power? In today's episode, find out the answers to these questions and learn how you can find true peace and security.
Did Jesus celebrate Hanukkah? The Bible tells us He did. Many people today think of Hanukkah as being solely a Jewish holiday. In this episode Rabbi Schneider reveals what Hanukkah meant for Jesus, and what it means for all believers today.