This week on the Restoration Hour, Aliyah and Yosef have a message! What holds you back from asking Yeshua for what you need? Is it easy to take Him at His word when He says "ask and you shall receive?" Drawing from Matthew 7 and Jacobs wrestling with the Angel of God, this timely message is for anyone who is hesitant to ask Yeshua for something. Join us.
This week, Yosef and Aliyah ask the question, “what to do when Yahweh is silent?” Exploring the reasons behind silence, the seasons of silence, and how silence from God is not a marker of anger, or abandonment, they deeply share around this very real experience in the lives of believers. Join us to be encouraged in your faith walk.
This weeks Restoration Hour was described as “powerful and moving,” as Aliyah and Yosef dug into lesser known truths about Noah. From the magnificent, mysterious prophecy about his life, to his heart posture before Yahweh after leaving the ark, Noah was a man we have so much to learn from. Lessons upon lessons can be drawn from his life, and not just because he built the ark and showed mercy to the animals, but because he desires closeness with the Almighty. Join us this week to hear the moving message.
The parable of the sower is well known, so well known that we gloss over it, or subconsciously believe we know every bit of its meaning. Yet, Yeshua started out His teaching by saying “listen in, listen up, and behold!” So in this weeks broadcast, we listen up as Yosef and Aliyah share some different truths about this parable, which they believe is all about the soil. Stirring and challenging, it’s all here, join us!
This week on the Restoration Hour, we are celebrating Sukkot! Yosef and Aliyah lead us through scripture to share the challenge of producing lasting fruit. Breaking down the abstract analogy of fruit, Yosef dives into what fruit we should be producing, and how fruit, character and a ready Bride are interlinked. It’s a packed broadcast, full of goodness! Join us!
It’s a pre - Yom Teruah celebration on the Restoration Hour this week. Yosef and Aliyah dive into the meaning of Teruah, and the propheticness of this special feast. They also explore the meaning behind the biblical Jubilee and how deeply it speaks to our lives. On Yom Kippur this year, the year of Jubilee begins, and it’s a time for the individual to truly reflect on what it means to covenant with Yeshua.
Nehemiah prayed for an answer, through his tears on Persian soil, he prayed for the answer to the broken walls of Jerusalem. God answered by sending Nehemiah himself to rally the people towards rebuilding. This week on the Restoration Hour, Aliyah and Yosef discuss the people who built the walls. The people who answered Nehemiah's call, from the high priest (who foreshadows something prophetic), to the perfume makers, Shallum's daughters and the nobles of Tekoa. They analyse how each of these people and their works, speak to our purposes. This broadcast has at its heart, the urgency of calling, purpose and destiny. The question is will you build? Are you building and do you believe you have what it takes to do the works Yeshua has called you to do?
Yosef and Aliyah are back on the Restoration Hour with an encouraging message for those of us who sometimes struggle with doubt (that’s all of us at some point). They introduce us to the people who doubted in the Bible, the commandment to remember Amalek who went after the weak and weary. And they also discuss doubt as sin or doubt as humanness? This broadcast was described as a blessing, encouraging and refreshing. Join us for some encouragement.
Restoration Hour Time!
In this weeks broadcast, Yosef and Aliyah define the heart of holiness, a term abstract in many minds, but necessary for a fruitful walk in Yeshua. This challenging conversation walks us through the scriptures to define holiness, present practicality and reveal how holiness is often lacking, even in a Torah obedient lifestyle. Join us to take your faith deeper.
Join Yosef and Aliyah as they dig into the reasonable worship of presenting our bodies as living sacrifices. What does this mean? What can this teach us about these dangerous times of apostasy? And how important are these words when we consider holiness and a lifestyle of righteousness? They also allow the Spirit to lead in a time of prayer for those present on the live stream.
Join us for some fired up challenging inspiration on this week's broadcast.