Every service features a special message on selected topics. Sometimes these messages focus on an upcoming holy day, a special insight into the Scriptures, or a pressing topic regarding current events.
Each week, and on the holy days, the messages are posted here online. Enjoy!
R. Paul Falk delivers an outstanding message as part two of The Rock series in which he connects the cornerstone that the builders rejected with Mount Sinai and the foundation that our faith is built upon. Other links to rock and stone give light and clarity to many passages that have been obscured for ages.
R. Dennis Richards presents numerous prophecies throughout the Scriptures that refer to the ancient Feast of Sukkot and the future relevance of this joyous 7-day festival.
R. Dennis Richards starts from the prophecy in Isaiah 60:3 and explores some of the other references to Light as they pertain to Israel today and our lives in the near future.
R. Dennis Richards compares the traditional Jewish Yom Kippur with the Day of Atonement we as Messianic believers celebrate today. He brings out the true meaning of Yom Kippur in the larger scheme of what YHVH is doing with His people.
R. Paul Falk opens the evening before Yom Kippur with an insightful look at the metaphor of the potter and the jars of clay that represents YHVH and us, His creations. Throughout the Scriptures, references to jars of clay lead up to an amazing point in II Corinthians 4 through which we understand the awesome treasures that He has placed in these fragile earthen vessels.
R. Dennis Richards gives an insightful teaching regarding The Mercy Seat which covers the Ark of the Covenant and the symbolism it holds for those called to approach YHVH through His Word.
R. Paul Falk spoke on Yom Teruah Eve about a disconcerting trend among Messianic congregations in which they are creating new holidays and traditions that are not always YHVH’s Holy Days according to the Scriptures.
R. Dennis Richards examines the Scriptural holy day, Yom Teruah, compared to the traditional Jewish holiday of Rosh Hoshannah, and shows how it is a gateway to Yom Kippur through which each of us are to pass today.
R. Paul Falk expounds upon the parable of the landowner hiring workers in Matthew 20, showing how the proprietor’s hiring of the later workers pertains to our calling today, and who the early workers are who consider our pay unfair. Yeshua commanded His disciples to pray for workers, yet so few of us respond with the biblical meaning of “Here I am!”
R. Paul Falk brings the subject of Justice to the surface—a major theme throughout the Scriptures that is widely ignored in society today. This first eye-opening installment focuses on the commands about “differing weights and measures” that almost all of us break as we “measure” people around us.