Messages

Messages

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!

Trees 1 – People

Posted Aug 12, 2018

R. Paul Falk begins a series on Trees, revealing how they are used in the Scriptures to represent various people, and how Yeshua used the fig tree as a metaphor for Israel, as well as in other parables regarding fruitfulness.

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The Covenant of Salt

Posted Aug 4, 2018

R. Dennis Richards answers questions about the Covenant of Salt mentioned only a few times in the Scriptures, but seemingly significant for eternity. Salt is also used as a metaphor by Yeshua to describe our role in bringing people to the Father.

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The Son 14 – The Light

Posted 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.

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The Son 13 – Melekzadek

Posted 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.”

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Why to Read Psalms

Posted Jul 22, 2018

R. Dennis Richards makes a case for studying the Psalms to understand why the Messiah quoted them so often in his teachings, and in order to understand the writings of the apostles who quoted the Psalms dozens of times when referring to the Son of God.

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THE SON 12 – TEMPTATIONS

Posted 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.

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THE SON 11 – CHILDREN OF ADAM

Posted Jul 15, 2018

R. Paul Falk teaches on our progression from being children of Adam to becoming children of God, a primary purpose for the Messiah’s life, and death. The Scriptures outline the process from Genesis 1, to the Revelation, with the theme of adoption exemplified by Ephraim becoming the firstborn of Jacob.

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THE SIGN OF THE KINGDOM

Posted Jul 8, 2018

R. Dennis Richards gives a likely answer to two of the great mysteries of The Revelation, concerning both “the sign of Elohim” and “the bride” that comes down from the heavens, starting from the creation account in Genesis.

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THE SON 10 – GENERATIONS

Posted Jul 8, 2018

R. Paul Falk continues The Son series, starting from an excerpt from the Torah portion, Pinchas, which illustrates how being one being obedient can result in a covenant of peace which conveys down through future generations. In the case of peace, Yeshua confirms that this covenant still exists for those who are obedient today.

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The Son 9 – Sons vs Servants

Posted Jun 30, 2018

R. Paul Falk presents a number of passages regarding the difference between sons and servants, particularly regarding being “in the house.” This teaching holds tremendous significance for us considering that we are called to be sons and daughters to the Father, though many choose to remain servants.

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