Every service features a special message on selected topics. Sometimes these messages focus on an upcoming holy day, a special insight into the Scriptures, or a pressing topic regarding current events.
Each week, and on the holy days, the messages are posted here online. Enjoy!
R. Paul Falk starts with Yeshua’s parable in Matthew 5:14-16 about his followers being “the light of the world” and shows numerous correlating scriptures regarding the concept that, like a city on a hill, our light cannot be hidden.
R. Paul Falk delivers an outstanding illumination from the Book of Esther just as Purim is being celebrated. The story holds deep and meaningful lessons for each of us exemplified by Esther, and her uncle Mordecai who raised her to effectively defeat the evil Haman.
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R. Paul Falk speaks on the various offerings outlined in the Torah portion, Va’yikra, with some fresh perspectives on this ancient practice that are not only relevant for today, but for the future and for all of eternity.
R. Paul Falk continues the Light series focusing on the glory of YHVH and what it is exactly, according to the scriptures, in terms of what is seen by the world around us.
R. Paul Falk begins a series on Light with an examination of the parable of the ten virgins which, interpreted through the Torah, reveals the intended meanings of the words: wise, oil, and night.
R. Paul Falk continues the Now I See series by delving into the deep background of what Yeshua meant by “the sign of Jonah” when the Jewish authorities demanded that he perform a sign for them. To this day, the book of Jonah holds a vital truth regarding Yah’s purpose for His people on Earth.
R. Paul Falk shows how Messiah emphasized the point of having different measures throughout many of his teachings, such as with the parable of judging others regarding a spec in their eye, when we ourselves are blinded by a log in our own.
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R. Paul Falk draws the curtains back on when the apostle Paul, or Saul, had scales fall from his eyes so that his eyes were opened to Yeshua as the promised Messiah. It is a good example of how we all have scales over our eyes from the teachers and teachings we’ve heard that are often not teaching the truth according to our Father’s Word, Torah.
R. Paul Falk explores the scriptural explanations for why the first century leaders of Israel did not see that Yeshua was the prophesied Messiah—especially when so many of the people DID see that he was. Understanding this has implications for all of us, today, with regard to what WE see, compared to the entire truth about what the Father may be doing.
R. Dennis Richards looks at the story of Job and explores the question of WHY Job was appointed to such suffering and agony.
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