Ecclesiastes (Part #07) continues our examination of the Preacher’s book by providing scriptural pedigrees for both king David and Solomon to explain why the flesh also is considered “vanity and vexation of spirit.” Are Israelites greater than animals? Who are the “beast of the field?” Do all living creatures have souls? These answers are provided in this upbeat continuance of our long-running DSCI audio series concerning life under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes (Part #06) continues to summarize man’s span of life by going to the curse against Adam in Genesis to prove our people must work to survive this world order. Is the temple in Jerusalem considered righteous? Does wickedness still exist in high places? Those answers are provided in this sixth CPM audio sermon on Ecclesiastes! This segment also confirms the benefit of manual labor is a gift from Yahweh from James’ general epistle.
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.
Ecclesiastes (Part #04) begins with looking at several earthly accomplishments of Solomon from 1st Kings 7to 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 #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 #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 #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.
Micah (Part #14) concludes CPM’s detailed series covering every line spoken by the minor prophet by proving the only real threat to our Israelite people are the Israelites themselves. This closing segment covers the entire seventh chapter which Jesus later quoted to the Pharisees to prove they knew nothing about prophecy. While this release has the distinction of being live-streamed the MP3 is taken from HI-FI sources.
His Name Shall Be Wonderful is a Christmas episode of Yahweh’s Truth detailing the nativity story from the New Testament Gospels. How important is our Redeemer’s Name? This sermon begins in Isaiah 9:6 to prove “his name shall be called Wonderful” and ends in Philippians 2:10-11 to forewarn “at the name of Jesus every knee should bow and every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”
Hermas II (Commands) #3 mostly deals with the shepherd’s third commandment concerning adultery and fornication as given to him by the angel of Repentance. Does sin begin in thought? Does God hate divorce? Is water baptism sufficient enough grace? This continuation of our longest-running audio series on the Gnostic book explains both repentance and forgiveness while proving false preachers suffer a greater damnation.