Studying the WORDS

Posted on Jun 14, 2015

Rabbi Dennis Richards shares the importance of not only studying the Word, but of also studying the WORDS because of mistranslations over thousands of years. One in particular is the correct given name of the Messiah, Yehoshua.  

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The Ancient Paths

Posted on Jun 7, 2015

R. Dennis Richards gives an excellent exhortation about clearing our minds of false teachings and crying out for the Ancient Paths (Jerehmiah 6:16) that apply more than ever today amidst the confusion created by incorrect words and the mixing of other teachings into “the perfect law.”  

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Intercession Part 3

Posted on May 31, 2015

R. Paul Falk delivers yet another insightful installment on being an intercessor looking at key passages about YHVH’s intercessors and how they relate to each of us, especially with “unclean lips.” Being an intercessor is also understanding that YHVH Himself is the greatest intermediary through His WORD, and in particular, His promises. Through understanding the role of His Word, we are able to see the true reasons for fasting and a clearer picture of...

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Bemidbar & Intercession Part 2

Posted on May 25, 2015

Starting from the first Torah portion in the book of Numbers (Bemidbar), R. Paul Falk segues from the men of Israel “able to go to war” to scriptural examples of intercessors and what intercession means today. He cites numerous scriptural examples from Abraham and Judah to Moses and Aaron, which all point to examples for us. This is a meaty teaching that will certainly change how you see yourself as an intercessor.

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Shavuot & Ezekiel’s Vision of Dead Bones

Posted on May 25, 2015

R. Paul Falk explains the astounding connections between the dry bones coming to life in Ezekiel’s vision and the feast of Shavuot, with insightful meanings of the bones, the flesh, the skin, and the breath, which are relevant for us today.  

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Blindness & Nakedness—From Genesis to The Revelation

Posted on May 17, 2015

Rabbi Dennis Richards identifies the thought-provoking thread of blindness combined with nakedness throughout the Scriptures with an interesting look at the symbol of the fig tree from which Adam and Eve took leaves to sew their first coverings in the garden.    

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