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 adds to the Potter series by showing a series of patterns, with Joseph, Moses and even us as the nation of Israel, going through a series of blessings, then curses, and then blessings again, as the Father draws us out of the waters of the nations to make the dry land appear.
R. Paul Falk continues the Potter series with a look at how so many of the commands written on stone were added to or replaced by man-made bricks of doctrine that have completely led entire movements astray from the original truth. Many of these bricks are simply doctrines out of context, and are often still quoted today.
R. Paul Falk adds to the Potter series with a strong exhortation on how easy it can be to step over the line into idolatry, even today.
In this back and forth comparison, R. Paul Falk shows the similarities between the promises in the Torah and the series of events that occurred with the Macabbean revolt from which we get the celebration of Hanukkah.
R. Paul Falk starts a new series on The Potter in scripture, particularly starting with Jeremiah 18:1-2 in which the prophet was commanded to go and observe a potter to hear the Word of God. A most insightful teaching on how the Creator operates with us, Israel, and individuals as clay that easily become deformed.
R. Paul Falk shows how the incident at Baal Peor in which the Israelites became defiled was the original idea of Balak, king of Moab, but Moab was not punished for this. Midyan was. Why?
R. Paul Falk expounds on the even in which Yeshua questions the women at the well in John 4, expounding on the differences between Samaritans and Jews, especially as depicted by passages in the Tanakh (Old Testament). A very educational teaching about being a well of water in our Father’s Word.
R. Paul Falk shares the Torah-based background behind the phrase, “unless he take up his cross” which actually has an entirely different meaning than most of us have been taught to believe!
R. Paul Falk looks at Yeshua’s rebuke of the Rabbis in Matthew 3 and reveals the Torah background behind “raising up children of Abraham from these stones.” Some fascinating links to Adam are shown, as well as links to the deep sleep of Abraham for the making of the covenant, the animals he cut in two, and even why the BIRDS were not cut.
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.