Children of Abraham 7 – “I AM”

Posted on Nov 19, 2019

R. Paul Falk takes an in-depth look at what Yeshua meant when he said “Before Abraham was, I am,” which is not what most of us think. In fact he was stating that he was the WORD which dwelt with the Father before the foundation of the world, and this has significant meaning for each of us today.

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Children of Abraham 5 – Under the Law

Posted on Nov 19, 2019

R. Paul Falk looks at the phrase often translated “under the law” and shows how the correct understanding of this phrase reconciles completely with being “saved by grace,” the doctrine of circumcision, and what it means to be free with the liberty that Messiah’s death brought about.

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Children of Abraham 6 – Abraham’s Righteousness

Posted on Nov 19, 2019

R. Paul Falk takes a deep look at the doctrine of Abraham’s righteousness being based on his faith, which only makes sense with other scriptures when faith is understood as trust that actually contains certain actions. A solid look at a lot of the verses used to make the case for salvation by grace and not by works, though with a clearer understanding of where obedience to the Word fits in.

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The Song, The Story of Israel (Ha’azinu)

Posted on Oct 13, 2019

Patrick Shannon shares insights from the song about the future of Israel that Moses was commanded to teach the people before he died. The song constitutes most of the chapter of Deuteronomy 32, and it actually refers to every one of us today.

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Vayelek 2019

Posted on Oct 6, 2019

Rick Ortiz shares an outline of the Torah portion, Vayelek, and expounds on the concept of YHVH telling us about our future. Throughout the Scriptures, He issues warnings and specific details about what we will do, and yet gives us hope for a positive outcome.

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HyperFocusing on YHVH (Nitzavim)

Posted on Sep 29, 2019

Chris Shannon starts the Torah portion, Nitzavim, with a quick social experiment that reveals how we notice and ignore certain priorities based on our focus. This principle applies in Deuteronomy where Israel is commanded to be “Hyperfocused on YHVH.”

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