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 presents an interesting view of the race we are running by identifying three distinct segments of the race that span three generations. Why our Father is called “the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob” is evident in scriptures about asking our fathers for the ancient paths and the importance of imparting the Torah to our children.
R. Dennis Richards shows how Jeremiah’s message to Israel in exile is applicable to us today, living in a pagan world but thriving, learning to wait, and putting our hope in God’s promises and His plan that He has for our future.
R. Paul Falk continues the Run the Race series based on Hebrews 12:1 showing how God changes each of us through the example in the Torah portion of Jacob dividing his house into two before meeting Esau, and how he uses the long-term effects of Jacob’s dislocated hip for a bigger plan.
R. Paul Falk presents an insightful beginning of a series in which he answers several key questions: What does it mean to run the race? What is the PACE? Is there a BAD example of running? Can we run too fast?
R. Paul Falk concludes the series with a look at the other “sons of God” in Scripture, the angels, with a fascinating study of when and why they were created, the Nephilim, the Dragon, and how all of this applies to us and our purpose for eternity.
R. Dennis Richards shares some valuable advice for the raising of children, starting from scriptural commands to both parents and children and highlighting Proverbs 22:6 which reads: Train up a child in the way they should go. He talks about “sticky faith,” free will, and best friends forever.
R. Paul Falk continues the series on “the only begotten son” primarily using the book of John and makes a strong Scriptural case against a certain widespread belief about the Messiah. He concludes with certain passages that help us understand the meaning of being “one” with the Father.
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.