Messages

Messages

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!

The Vineyard 5

Posted Oct 15, 2017

R. Paul Falk continues expounding on Messiah’s parable of the vineyard with a focus on the winepress which was dug in it. The winepress, wine and the cup are seen throughout the Scriptures and represent rich spiritual meanings regarding covenants and judgment, especially for the vine keepers.

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The Vineyard 4

Posted Oct 15, 2017

R. Paul Falk scales the tower that is built in the the vineyard, according to the parable of Messiah, revealing the significance of towers in our lives.

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Feast of Sukkot and the Temple

Posted Oct 10, 2017

R. Dennis Richards shows some interesting parallels between the the festival of Sukkot (tabernacles) and the Jerusalem Temple throughout the history of Israel.

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The Vineyard 3

Posted Oct 10, 2017

R. Paul Falk continues the series on based the Messiah’s parable about the vineyard, with a focus on the implied meanings of “hedges” and “thorns.”

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Prescription for the Soul (Yom Kippur)

Posted Oct 1, 2017

R. Dennis Richards shows a number of corresponding passages about what is probably the most important remedy for sin that will be considered at the great judgment, and exposes what many swallow that is ineffective for salvation.

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The Vineyard 2

Posted Oct 1, 2017

R. Paul Falk digs deeper into The Vineyard parable looking at why the vinedressers refused to render its produce and why they killed the ones sent to collect the fruit outside the vineyard. The metaphor actually relates back to Cain and Abel, to Joseph, and how we, today, react to conviction.

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Erev Yom Kippur – Why 2 Goats

Posted Oct 1, 2017

Patrick Shannon investigates the Scriptures for why two goats were part of the yearly ritual for atonement—one to be sacrificed and one to be released into the wilderness bearing the sins of Israel. What was the meaning of this “shadow picture” for our future in Messiah?

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The Vineyard 1

Posted Sep 23, 2017

R. Paul Falk begins a series based on the recurring metaphor of the vineyard in the Scriptures which is also in the Messiah’s parables. In this teaching, we learn what it means to be branches, bearing fruit in what seasons, and to whom the vineyard is given.

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Yom Teruah 2017

Posted Sep 23, 2017

R. Dennis Richards presents the Day of Trumpets, or Yom Teruah, from a New Testament perspective to show that the shofar is a sign always representing a call to some sort of an awakening that both the Messiah and the Apostle Paul emphasized, but it is not to the traditionally celebrated new year.

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Erev Yom Teruah 2017

Posted Sep 23, 2017

R. Paul Falk examines some various places that trumpets, or shofars, were featured throughout the Scriptures, drawing some interesting insights from the walls that fell in Jericho at the seventh trumpet, the seven trumpets in the Revelations, and the parables of the Messiah that have a common thread about reconciling our accounts.

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