Trees 2 – Shofetim

Posted on Aug 19, 2018

R. Paul continues the Trees series, highlighting commands about trees in the current week’s Torah portion. The primary thread, shown throughout the Scriptures, links fruitfulness to being a hearer of His Word. After clicking the PLAY button below, click here to follow along with the slides.  

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Why 3 Times – Re’eh

Posted on Aug 12, 2018

Patrick Shannon shares a section of the Torah portion, Re’eh, in which the Israelite males are commanded to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem 3 times a year, and reveals the answer to WHY for each of the three commanded feasts. After clicking on the PLAY button below, click here to follow along with the slides.

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The Son 14 – The Light

Posted on Aug 4, 2018

R. Paul Falk teaches on the meaning of the term “the Light” throughout the Scriptures. Many think that the Son of God is the Light based on New Testament references, but the term has much deeper meanings both past and present. After clicking the PLAY button below, click here to follow along with the slides.  

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The Son 13 – Melekzadek

Posted on Jul 29, 2018

R. Paul Falk starts with the example of how Melekzadek (or Melchizadek) who met Abraham is both a king and a priest and is also a model for the Messiah, and a number of other anointed king/priests in the Scriptures. He then shows how this pertains to us, today, as “a kingdom of priests.” After clicking the PLAY button below, click here to follow along with the slides.  

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THE SON 12 – TEMPTATIONS

Posted on Jul 22, 2018

R. Paul Falk links the Torah portion, Devarim, to the temptations that the Messiah underwent in the wilderness showing why the tempter chose the tests he did based on certain Scriptures that he knew would be the most difficult to for the Son of God to resist. After clicking the PLAY button below, click here to follow along with the slides.

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VOWS (Mattot-Masei)

Posted on Jul 15, 2018

Patrick Shannon presents an in-depth look at Vows in the Scriptures, from the first appearance of the word, “vow” in the Torah, throughout the rest of the Scriptures. Some interesting points are repeated multiple times, and certain truths about vows, oaths, and promises should make us think seriously about almost everything we say. After clicking the PLAY button below, click here to follow along with the slides.

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