His Will 3 – Joseph and His Brothers in Egypt (Miketz)

Posted on Dec 17, 2017

In this 3rd part of the series on His Will, R. Paul Falk shares good possibilities as to exactly why Joseph did what he did with his brothers in Egypt when they came to buy grain. The most valuable lessons learned by Joseph and his brothers are ones that we are learning as we wrestle to accept the Father’s will in our lives.  

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DREAMS (Vayeshev)

Posted on Dec 10, 2017

Patrick Shannon summarizes an in-depth study of DREAMS, inspired by the Torah portion Vayeshev in which Joseph is given prophetic dreams, and based on 215 references to dreams and visions in the Scriptures. He shares certain observations about the scriptural accounts and answers the question, “Does God speak to us in our dreams today?” After clicking the Play button below, click here to follow along with the slides.

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His Will 1 (Vayishlach)

Posted on Dec 3, 2017

R. Paul Falk begins a new series inspired by the Torah portion about the will of the Father, and shows scriptural examples of how we each wrestle against Him to do our own will. After clicking the Play button below, click here to view the slides.  

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Jacob and Laban (Vayetze)

Posted on Nov 26, 2017

Rick Ortiz outlines the Torah portion, Vayetze, and highlights the differences between Jacob and his employer, Laban, which may also apply to how we make decisions according to either the flesh or the Spirit.      

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Two Nations at War Within (Toldot)

Posted on Nov 18, 2017

R. Paul Falk explains that the Torah can be interpreted in several levels of meaning and uses an example from Genesis 25 about the two nations fighting within the womb of Rebecca to show how that passage parallels with deeper levels of meaning from Genesis, through the parables of Messiah and the letters of Paul, to The Revelation, applying to us today.

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The Last Days of Abraham

Posted on Nov 12, 2017

Patrick Shannon examines the Torah portion, Chaiyei Sarah, focusing on the last days of Abraham and especially the request to his servant in Genesis 24 about finding a wife for his son Isaac. In just a small passage of this story, Patrick draws out a number of practical observations. After clicking the PLAY button below, click here to follow along with the slides.

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