Va Yakhel – Let There Be Light 2

Posted on Mar 6, 2016

Continuing on the theme of being “the light of the world,” R. Paul Falk shows how the Torah portion about the lampstand and other furnishings represent practical applications for us in order to maintain our relationship with YHVH.  

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Ki Tasa – YHVH First

Posted on Feb 28, 2016

Patrick Shannon shows a common thread that is seen in every item of the covenant that is restated in Exodus 34, and gives practical examples of what it means to make YHVH first, in everything.  

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Tetzaveh – Changing Clothes

Posted on Feb 21, 2016

R. Paul Falk starts in the Torah portion about the garments for the high priest, as well as other scriptures that mention the changing of clothes, and shows some very interesting parallels between the Aaron the high priest and the prodigal son!

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Terumah – His Provision, His Plan and His Priesthood

Posted on Feb 14, 2016

Patrick Shannon presents a pattern found in the commands to build the tabernacle that is exemplified by the items in the ark, and in numerous examples throughout the scriptures, from the first chapter of Genesis to the last chapter of The Revelation. This pattern of His Provision, His Plan and His Priesthood provides practical meaning and applications for us today. You can also click here for a PDF of the slide presentation with which you can follow...

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Mishpatim – Yeshua 10(7)

Posted on Feb 7, 2016

In this Torah portion and 7th installation of the Yeshua series, R. Paul Falk explains specifically how Yeshua is the promised “prophet like Moses” and shows how Moses’ disciples, Aaron and Hur were examples of us, today, and our responsibilities as disciples of the Messiah.

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Yitro – Yeshua 10(6)

Posted on Jan 31, 2016

In this Torah portion and continuation of the Yeshua series, R. Paul Falk takes a humorous look at Moses going up and down Mount Sinai which leads to the discovery of how and where YHVH makes his name dwell and how He bridges the gap to come down and be among us.

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