Korach and the Rod of Aaaron

Posted on Jun 22, 2015

In this Torah portion entitled “Korach” (Numbers 16-18), Rick Ortiz highlights who YHVH Himself endorsed to head up the priesthood with some interesting insights into the budding rod of Aaron which He chose as the sign to do so. Rick’s accompanying Powerpoint presentation can also be downloaded HERE to follow along with the slides.

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Shalack – 40 Years

Posted on Jun 14, 2015

For the Torah Portion, Shalack, consisting of Numbers 13 through 15, Patrick Shannon looks at the details of why YHVH cursed the first generation out of Egypt to more 40 years in the desert before entering the Promised Land, and the important lessons this holds for us today.  

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Beha’alotcha – The Lamp of the Body

Posted on Jun 7, 2015

From how the lampstand was to be placed in the tabernacle, to how Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses, R. Paul Falk derives a key life lesson about how the eye is the lamp of the body as explained by Yeshua in Matthew 6:21-23.  

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Nasso – The Unfaithful Wife

Posted on May 31, 2015

Rick Ortiz gives a quick overview of the Torah portion, Nasso (Numbers 4:21 – 7:89), and then zooms in to the part about the unusual test of for an unfaithful wife with some challenging questions that lead to interesting probabilities!    

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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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Bekar ~ “Shabbat: Faith 101”

Posted on May 17, 2015

Rabbi Paul Falk explains how the cycles of sevens taught by the weekly Shabbat is just the beginning of much deeper lessons about rest, release and return.    

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