Revelation (Part #05) looks mostly at the synagogue of Satan being “they who say they are jews and are not but do lie.” Is there a singular antichrist? Who are his bastard children today? Can we uproot tares before the harvest? This sermon dealing with the church in Smyrna revisits Christ’s Parable of the Tares and His dealing with false Judeans in John 8:44 to further confirm Lucifer has offspring on earth.
Revelation (Part #04) scrutinizes the apostle John’s “mini-epistle” to the church at Ephesus and provides background on the “deeds of the Nicolaitans” which our returning Messiah completely hates. How are we fallen from grace? Have we left our first love? This continuing sermon looks at the “tree of Life” that Yahshua provides us access to by revisiting the creation account in Genesis chapters 2 and 3.
Revelation (Part #03) completes the first chapter of the book of Apocalypse by scrutinizing John’s transcription of “the things which he sawest” being Christ transfigured. This continuing sermon explains the key of David and the precise interpretation provided by Yahshua of the seven angels and candlesticks which equate to the bishops (or overseers) of each specific church outlined in the next two chapters.
Revelation (Part #02) explains Asia Minor and confirms Yahweh’s intention with Christ is to make His people “kings and priests” throughout the entire world. This continuing sermon looks at Christ’s statement “I AM Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending” while confirming the apostle John was banished to Patmos Island for two specific reasons; the Word of God and the testimony of Yahshua Messiah.
Revelation (Part #01) starts CPM’s prophetical audio series by establishing its author is John the Apostle as confirmed within the “prologue” or first three verses of chapter one. This introductory sermon provides statistics on the apocalyptic book itself while visiting the gospels of Matthew and Luke to verify Christ wants His faithful servants to understand the “seasons” outlined within His Parable of the Fig Tree.
Revelation (Series Overview) explains the audio series new thirty minute format and forthcoming monthly “question and answer” videos which will hopefully provide more interactivity with the listeners. In this brief lecture Pastor Visser provides statistics regarding the Revelation of Jesus Christ proving a great majority of this prophetical book has yet to be fulfilled while explaining his intentions for preaching it.
Six People Christ Forgave uses the gospels of Matthew, Luke and John to outline six instances of Jesus forgiving sins to much controversy. This sermon looks at the man with a palsy, Mary Magdalene, the crucifixion, the two malefactors, the impotent man at Bethesda and “the woman taken in adultery” to confirm our Messiah never forgives the unrepentant yet always withstands the proud or arrogant.
He Came Unto His Own tells the complete nativity story from the King James gospels arranged as a single narrative. From “the Word was God in the beginning” (John 1:14) to Herod’s slaughter of the innocents this relaxed Christmas Eve sermon stresses the importance of telling this seasonal story so others understand Christ’s birth fulfilled many Old Testament prophecies concerning Yahweh’s Israelite people.
What is Truth? had an unforeseen power outage that lost the last six minutes of this outdoor sermon therefore for video release we supplied CPM’s HD CAM2 footage ( starting at 29 minutes ) supplying an alternate view of an otherwise “lost project.” This audio sermon from John’s Gospel features the finest single track with crisp openings and attempts to answer the timeless question “what is truth?”
Apocalypse Promos is a complete collection of uplifting outdoor “shorts” meant to explain the importance of Revelation in today’s society. This full-length feature contains four previously unreleased clips (and two bloopers) with a new introduction and informative final credits. The CPM video series on John’s prophetical book begins on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018! Participation in this event is sure to edify.