Sermons in Japanese


TitleScriptureDescription
A Prophet Like Unto MosesDeuteronomy 18:18The Scriptural similarities which point to Moses as a type of the Messiah to come.
Abraham's JourneyGenesis 12Every person's life can be plotted as being along some point of Abraham's journey from Mesopotamia to the Promised Land, a metaphor for our spiritual walk in this life.
The Book of JonahJonahThere is no Hebrew prophet whose life does not foreshadow or typify the Messiah who would come after them, to bring in the Redemption which they prophesied.
The Book of RuthRuthThe book of Ruth tells the story of a rich powerful Jewish man who takes a Gentile Bride and exalts her, the way that Jesus, on the day of Pentecost, raised up the Gentile church, as the Bride of Christ.
The Burning Bush - HineniExodus 2-3Moses is a good picture of anybody who really wants to serve God. In fact, hes one of the best pictures.
Christian CultDeals with the subject of organizations which are evangelistic in theology but cultic in their organization.
Christmas is ComingVariousWhat does Christmas, the Nativity, have to do with the Last Days? This may surprise you, but the answer is - everything.
Curses & Christians  
Daughters of Zion  
The Day of the LordJoelWhat exactly does the it mean when Scripture references "The Day of the Lord?"
Elijah: A Man Who Could Make It RainJames 5:16-18Elijah was a man with a nature like ours. Elijah was a man who could make it rain. The Holy Spirit, through this text, is trying to tell us that, if he can do it, we can do it. We can make it rain. But what does that mean?
End Times VectorsVariousHow the pattern of the many prophecies fulfilled at Christ's First Coming serve as a model for fulfillment at His Second Coming.
EphesusVariousIn depth detail of one of the seven ages of the church history and the future historical prophetic antitype.
Ezekiel - Chapters 8 & 9Ezekiel 8-9Ezekiel begins predicting that God's judgment was going to last and would become worse, and the reason that it would last and become worse was that the people's sin was lasting and becoming worse. They refused to repent as they saw God's judgments coming.
Ezekiel's ScrollEzekiel 2-3Jesus is the Word of God. We, like Ezekiel, are required to "eat" all of that Word. It will be sweet in our mouths, but bitter in our stomachs. A message for those who warn against the error and apostasy in the modern church.
The Future History of the Church, Part 1VariousA typological and midrashic examination of what will happen in the future of the church by seeing how the past history of the church is recapitulated eschatologically; how past events happen again in the Last Days. What to expect, and what to prepare for.
The Future History of the Church, Part 2VariousA typological and midrashic examination of what will happen in the future of the church by seeing how the past history of the church is recapitulated eschatologically; how past events happen again in the Last Days. What to expect, and what to prepare for.
The Future History of the Church, Part 3VariousA typological and midrashic examination of what will happen in the future of the church by seeing how the past history of the church is recapitulated eschatologically; how past events happen again in the Last Days. What to expect, and what to prepare for.
The Gates of JerusalemNehemiahA look at the deeper, spiritual meaning of the rebuilding of the walls and gates of Jerusalem under the direction of Nehemiah.
A Gentleman in Prison 
The Great Church Robbery1 Corinthians 15A look at all the biblical instances of the "harpazo" ("snatching away") and the difference between being taken by the "kleptos" ("thief") and the one who will harpazo LIKE a kleptos.
HanukkahJohn 9-10How does the celebration of Hanukkah, a festival NOT found in the Old Testament, provide greater insight into biblical themes such as the Messiah? How is Hanukkah handled in the New Testament?
Jesus in the GardenGenesis 3This message is a midrashic interpretation comparing the events of the Garden of Eden found on Genesis 3 with the actions of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane.
Jewish-Arab Reconcialiation Deals with how the Jew and Arab will be reconciled in biblical prophecy and looks at the prophetic purposes of God both for the Arab nations and the Jewish nation, all descended from Abraham.
Judge Not?James 4From the pen of the same apostle, in the distance of a few paragraphs, in almost the same breath that he is saying "do not judge," James calls worldly churches "adulteresses."
Kashrut & FamineLeviticus 11An explanation of the typology of the Hebrew dietary laws, and how it deals with what is clean and what is unclean. Unclean being unbelievers, false believers, and their wrong doctrines. What we eat, we are. Deals with how to eat what is clean.
The Living & the DeadLeviticus 21Who are the living, who are the dead, what is the temple, and who are the priests?
Mezuzot - The Doorposts, Part 1Judges 14-16This teaching shows, through Samson's continued weakness for immoral living, how the devil will use our various weaknesses to keep us going back into sin, revealing how there is only one way out of Satan's trap. This teaching also deals with Cavlin's doctrine of eternal security.
Mezuzot - The Doorposts, Part 2Judges 14-16This teaching shows, through Samson's continued weakness for immoral living, how the devil will use our various weaknesses to keep us going back into sin, revealing how there is only one way out of Satan's trap. This teaching also deals with Cavlin's doctrine of eternal security.
MidrashVariousIf you look at the way the New Testament quotes the Old Testament, it is clear that the apostles did not use western Protestant methods of exegesis or interpretation.
Midrash: Jesus in the Garden, Part 1 Genesis 3When you were physically born, you were born of Adam. When you are born again, you are born of the last Adam, who is Jesus.
Midrash: Jesus in the Garden, Part 2Genesis 3When you were physically born, you were born of Adam. When you are born again, you are born of the last Adam, who is Jesus.
Once Saved, Always SavedVariousA detailed study as to what Scripture has to say about the doctrine which is often described by the label "once saved, always saved".
One Messiah, Two ComingsActs 1:4-6Everything under the ground is Old Testament Israel, but everything above the ground is the New Testament Church. The Church is the spiritual continuity of Old Testament Israel, not its replacement.
The Parable of the Wedding FeastMatthew 22The Wedding Parable looks at the parable from Matthew 22 and shows how it relates to Jesus' first coming as well as His second coming.
Pedion Ha Ben: Consecration of the First BornThe donkey had to be redeemed by the blood of the lamb. What was the need for this consecration ritual? In depth midrashic study on these subjects and how it relates to us.
The Road to EmmausLuke 24:13-35 
The Seven FeastsLeviticus 23A basic outline of the three feasts in Leviticus 23 - Passover, Feast of Trumpets, and Feast of Booths
The Two AdamsVariousAs far as God is concerned there are only two men who have ever existed, Adam and Jesus - the first Adam and the second Adam.
SmyrnaVariousIn depth detail of one of the seven ages of the church history and the future historical prophetic antitype.
Typology of the Dietary LawLeviticus 11An explanation of the typology of the Hebrew dietary laws and how it deals with what is clean and what is unclean, unclean being bunbelievers, false believers, and their wrong doctrines. We are what we "eat". Deals with how to "eat" what is clean.
Typology of the Firstborn This teaching deals with the typology of the firstborn and the second as a mirror of the old and new creations. Also looks at what is a carnal Christian.
Typology of the Grain OfferingLeviticus 2Most Christians have an idea that the blood sacrifices of these animals were symbols of Jesus; however, most Christians do not think about the grain offering.
Typology of the TempleVariousDeals with the spiritual symbolism of the architecture of the Hebrew Temple, pointing to the fact that the church seven times in the New Testament is called the Temple of God, and looks ahead to what this will ultimately mean for the coming Antichrist.
Who Are the Jews?VariousThis message deals with the question, “Who are the Jews?” Etymologically, anthropologically, judicially, geographically, and biblically.
The Woman at the WellJohn 4An exposition from the midrashic point of view of John 4. It looks at the disposition of Jesus towards her, which demonstrates what our disposition should be towards nominal Christians in false religions.