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 examines the passage in Matthew 23:8-9 about using the title, “Rabbi,” to reveal the primary point which is to maintain reverence for our Father even when others may be trying idolize themselves.
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Rick Ortiz shows passages which seem to indicate that God does not change as well as verses that seem to indicate that He has changed His mind after certain actions of the Israelites. The answer, however, is simple.
Click here to watch the entire service online, or advance to about 2:12 for the teaching.
R. Paul Falk continues with The Spirit series taking a in-depth look at the concept of the Holy Spirit dwelling in us.
R. Paul Falk adds to The Spirit series with an in depth look at being born again, cross-referenced with other occurrences of birth in the scriptures, which leads to an insightful understanding of the earth as our womb.
R. Paul Falk cites numerous Scriptures that show how The Father has used the Spirit of Truth to effect signs, and to cause all people to know Him, as also described in the future prophecy of Jeremiah 31:34.
R. Paul Falk explores the concept of the Father’s secret things that only He can reveal. The understanding of the mysteries hidden under the parables is only accessible by His Spirit.
R. Paul Falk continues the Spirit series with the Torah portion, Balak, in which Balaam’s eyes are opened which corresponds to Messiah’s teaching that “unless one is born again, he cannot SEE the kingdom of God.”
Patrick Shannon shows how the various battles near the end of Israel’s 40 years in the wilderness each taught certain lessons—even applicable to us today—in order to prepare the people for crossing into the promised land and conquering it.
Rick Ortiz shares an outline of the Torah portion, Korach, and focuses on maintaining the holiness of The Holy One. Not only was Korach and his companions destroyed, but there are other examples in the scriptures of those who approached the presence of the Father inappropriately.
R. Paul Falk adds to the Spirit series an eye-opening understanding of what is meant by the New Testament passages about grieving the Spirit, the one sin that seems completely unforgivable.