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. Dennis Richards gives a practical and very insightful message about what it means to shine as a light among our families and friends during the holiday season. As passionate truth-seekers, we want everyone to know what we’ve found, but we often miss the best way to be “rebuilders of the ancient ruins” and “repairers of the breach.”
R. Paul Falk answers some of the tough questions about the scriptures involving Jacob whom God “loved” and Esau whom He “hated”…explaining the connection to the wives of Jacob and Esau, and how all of this relates to US being either “children of the promise” or those who are the descendants of a cursed people from the line of Ham.
R. Paul Falk examines the phrase, “only begotten son” in several scriptural instances where the one referred to had an older brother. The most obvious case was Abraham being commanded to offer up his “only” son when we know that he had Ishmael prior to Isaac. This seemingly conflicting phrase carries a deep meaning, not only with Isaac, but with the Messiah.
R. Dennis Richards links the prophecy in Isaiah 9:1-2 about a great light in Galilee, to the events recorded in Luke 7—a Roman centurion whose servant was healed and the son of a widow that was raised from the dead. A very revealing message about the Messiah starting his ministry in Galilee among gentiles.
R. Paul Falk talks about the call of Abram’s out of his homeland to discover the new land God has for him and then presents an amazing message regarding man’s tendency to add or subtract from the Torah to make us all conforming “bricks,” when we should actually all be different, as living “stones.”
R. Paul Falk continues The Rock series showing some amazing correlations between the great flood, the tower of Babel, Jacob’s Ladder and the overarching plan of the enemy to counterfeit and replace the Creator’s plan. Yet another groundbreaking installment of the enlightening Rock series.
R. Dennis Richards takes a fresh look at the two short parables about the treasure and the pearl in Matthew 13:44-46, showing hidden meanings about the Gentiles that are connected to ancient prophecies all the way to The Revelation which including an eye-opening perspective about entering the new city of Jerusalem. Apologies for technical difficulties with the recording, but this insightful message is worth spreading even if fragmented.
R. Paul Falk speaks on the numerous Scriptural examples in which the Israelites have sought protection or salvation in other rocks beside YHVH The Rock, from the Torah to the book of The Revelation, and shows the prophetic fate of these rocks as well as the people who trust in them.
R. Paul Falk reveals insights through the Scriptures about how The Rock, as a representation of YHVH and His Word, “tabernacles” or dwells among us in a temporary shelter, from the rock that His commands were written upon in the ark of the covenant, to the new heavens and Earth (rock) in The Revelation. An amazing study for a better understanding of the Feast of Sukkot (Tabernacles).
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.