Track 2 By Rabbi Paul Falk. So before we get into teaching today I want to clarify my announcement regarding the high days. Traditionally Yom Teruah is considered a new year. Biblically it is not, it is the first day of the seventh month. It is a season of being made new again, so if we take the idea of a renewed covenant it is a renewing time, but not a new year. So what I want to touch on today is John 3:16. John 3:16 is one of the most popular verses that people...Read More »
Posted on Aug 17, 2014
081614sdBy Rabbi Dennis Richards. Question: If God gave you a command or admonition that was so simple that you didn’t have to do anything except read four (4) or five (5) words, and it will tell you exactly where you should be, would you listen to the admonition? Remember, most of us don’t like to listen to the word of God and only eat[meet] once a week, so we are spiritually undernourished. We wait until we go and hear a sermon or a teaching from somebody...Read More »
Posted on Aug 10, 2014
080914 sp by Rabbi Paul Falk. We hear this phrase quite often, especially as we go into the High Holy Days and the season we are going into. “Prepare the Way for Yahweh.” Prepare the way, prepare the way. … and I think if I were to give out a quiz, that wasn’t multiple choice and ask “What does it mean?” we all would give a good two to three (2-3) paragraphs, well I think it could be this, I think it could be that, but I think we...Read More »
Posted on Aug 2, 2014
Track 1by Rabbi Dennis Richards. If you listen carefully, to what people say you can find out where they are coming from especially when it comes to the scriptures. People say a lot of things that they don’t understand. For instance, why do people have such a hard time reconciling the God of the Torah, and God of Yeshua. Somehow they think they are two different Gods. Like the God of the Old Testament is mean and cruel, but the God of the New Testament is love. ...Read More »
Posted on Jul 26, 2014
072614sp By Rabbi Paul Falk. A look at the most common use of the ending of prayers by believers of …”in the name of Yeshua”. What does the scripture really say about this use of prayer? Did the Messiah even teach this type of prayer? The significance of the scriptures that appear to use those words and the context and source of this way of prayer.Read More »
Posted on Jul 19, 2014
071914spby Rabbi Paul Falk– Moses spoke to the tribal leaders of Israel…Torah portion is Mattote. It is the last two in Numbers before we go into Deuteronomy. So the first few Hebrew words that we’d be reading. Now what’s intriguing is this means “said.” usually we’d say “Bada-behr YHVH” This Torah starts with “Bada-behr Moshe” Now, I am continuing with what I started last time. We started talking...Read More »
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