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!
In this 3rd part of the series on His Will, R. Paul Falk shares good possibilities as to exactly why Joseph did what he did with his brothers in Egypt when they came to buy grain. The most valuable lessons learned by Joseph and his brothers are ones that we are learning as we wrestle to accept the Father’s will in our lives.
R. Paul Falk teaches the second installment of the series about the will of the Father, focusing on the topic of predestination versus free will. Expounding on some of the most difficult scriptures on the subject, such as Romans 9 about the Father’s choosing of Jacob over Esau, and the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart, he presents a fresh perspective that answers a lot of questions, and takes the entirety of the Scriptures into account.
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R. Dennis Richards diffuses some misconceptions about salvation that neither the teachings of the Messiah nor the history of the scriptures support. Beginning with the fundamentals of Christianity and then addressing the tenet, “there is salvation in no one else,” he shows how the truth has been twisted to go completely against the scriptures.
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R. Paul Falk continues to decipher Yeshua’s parable of the vineyard (Matthew 21), presenting the metaphors of the fig tree and the vine. With references in the Torah as well as the prophets, we can understand how these metaphors are given to be signs for us, not only in Yeshua’s time but also in future, end-time prophecies.
R. Dennis Richards makes practical observations about the character and the heart of Rebecca as seen through Genesis 24 in which Abraham’s servant is sent to find a wife for Isaac. Several small hints and clues reveal that Rebecca had a heart like Abraham’s, an example for each of us today.
In this sixth installation of the Vineyard series, R. Paul Falk explains the meaning of the parable about the new and old wineskins in Luke 5:37-38 which may be totally different from what is usually taught, simply by looking at the context of the passage, and the question that the Messiah was addressing.
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R. Dennis Richards investigates the answer to the question, “Who is Melchizadek?” by showing the only three places this name is found in the Scriptures. He also looks at other sources about this king and priest that met with Abraham and ponders the significance of this ancient figure with the eternal prophecies about the Messiah.
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R. Paul Falk continues expounding on Messiah’s parable of the vineyard with a focus on the winepress which was dug in it. The winepress, wine and the cup are seen throughout the Scriptures and represent rich spiritual meanings regarding covenants and judgment, especially for the vine keepers.
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R. Paul Falk scales the tower that is built in the the vineyard, according to the parable of Messiah, revealing the significance of towers in our lives.
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R. Dennis Richards shows some interesting parallels between the the festival of Sukkot (tabernacles) and the Jerusalem Temple throughout the history of Israel.
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