Good Leaven

Posted on Apr 20, 2017

R. Dennis Richards presents some scriptures that refer to good leaven in contrast to the leaven that we are to remove from our lives for the Feast of Unleavened Bread. One such example is for the Feast of Shavuot, or Pentecost, in which the people are to present two loaves of leavened bread.  

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The Importance of Unleavened Bread

Posted on Apr 16, 2017

R. Dennis Richards presents the intended spiritual meaning of eating unleavened bread as commanded for the 7-day Feast of Unleavened Bread, and explains how most religions throughout the ages have totally missed the point that the Messiah made in Matthew 16:6-12 and Mark 7:14-23.  

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Passover 1 – Messiah’s Last Supper

Posted on Apr 9, 2017

R. Paul Falk starts a series on Passover, looking at some historically confusing issues like which night the original Passover occurred, whether Messiah’s “last supper” was really a Passover seder, why he used bread to represent his body, and what he meant by “Do this in remembrance of me.” Click here to view slides.

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The Highjacking of Passover

Posted on Apr 2, 2017

R. Dennis Richards explains how today’s Easter holidays, which may seem to be scriptural, cannot possibly fit the Messiah’s “sign of Jonah” and reveals how the enemy changes times and seasons in a way which can actually grieve the Holy Spirit.    

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Shabbat 107 – Rest

Posted on Mar 26, 2017

R. Paul Falk connects the commands regarding the Sabbath, to Noah, the covenant made with Abraham, and the original curse of the ground, to reveal a fascinating insight about rest, death, peace and eternal life. An exceptional teaching.    

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Shabbat 106 – Shabbatone

Posted on Mar 19, 2017

R. Paul Falk presents the difference between two Hebrew words in the Torah: Shabbat and Shabbatone and analyzes the meaning of “servile” or “customary” work in this context. He also examines the verses regarding Shavuot, or Feast of Weeks, regarding when this commanded holy day should be observed.

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