Ecclesiastes (Part #01) begins Pastor
Visser's audio series by explaining his intention for choosing to preach
from Solomon's depressing book. Do Adamites have any advantage over the
beast of the field? Are we supposed to mature within our faith? Have
"the traditions of the elders" crept in to pollute our racial Identity?
This introductory segment explains several CI events of 2018 and begins
to outline the greatest lesson of all.
Ecclesiastes (Part #02) continues to
introduce Solomon's book by explaining the sacred Name of Yahweh does
NOT appear within any manuscript but certain unique Hebrew terms do. Can
mankind truly destroy God's original creation? Can we "vex our own
souls" by tolerating what Yahweh has outlined in His Word as being
abominable? This segment covers a good portion of the first chapter to
answer these questions and more.
Ecclesiastes (Part #03) confirms Yahweh
Himself creates "that which is crooked" and there's little mortal
man can do about it. Who was "the widow's son" Hiram that king Solomon
commissioned to fashion the brazen sea and what is the importance of the
temple today? This sermon discusses the portion of mankind's labor from
the preliminary curse placed upon Adam (Genesis 3:19) and outlines the
folly of seeking only pleasure.
Ecclesiastes (Part #04) begins with
looking at several earthly accomplishments of Solomon from 1st Kings 7
to clarify why the author would say these great feats are "vanity under
the Sun." If the fool is equal to the wise in death then how should the
faithful live within the flesh? This lecture begins to confirm the
Preacher's book is meant to put value on what's pleasing to our heavenly
Father Yahweh over fleeting delights before death.
Ecclesiastes (Part #05) starts to
outline man's span of life or their "time to every purpose under the
heaven" by moving into the most popular teachings of the book found in
chapter three. What do rocks represent in scripture? Who will gather
these stones together? There is a time to hate, a time to remain silent
and a time to kill! Many of these appointed seasons are confirmed from
the Gospel of Luke and minor prophet Amos for clarity.