I Beheld Satan is a discourse structured around Jesus’ statement in John 10:10; “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” This lecture explains the creation of Lucifer and his war against Michael the archangel before being cast to earth. Also covered is each temptation Satan used on Jesus Christ and our Redeemer’s dealings with the adversary.
Lessons From Ecclesiastes is an upbeat sermon designed to provide an expansive overview of misquoted (but well-known) passages from Solomon’s book detailing life “under the Sun.” Why are faithful Christians commanded to “Fear Yahweh?” This livestreamed broadcast begins by establishing king Solomon’s authorship before proceeding to cover suggested Bible verses from practically every chapter of this Bible book known as “the Preacher.”
Hermas II (Commands) #5 continues our long-running audio series on the extra-Biblical book by scrutinizing the fifth command of the Shepherd understudy. Are there opposing guardian angels influencing mankind? What is the path of hardship mentioned in our Bible and why do the majority of creation take the harder path to destruction? This upbeat sermon on the Gnostic books also has the added distinction of being the final CPM lecture of 2019.
Ecclesiastes (Part #21) concludes our lengthy coverage of king Solomon’s book detailing the human experience. This final lecture on the book of The Preacher scrutinizes Solomon’s most popular statement “Fear God and keep His commandments for this is the whole duty of man (Adam).” While this sermon is considered the finale for our lengthy 2019 audio series it also features a precursor for CPM’s New Year’s Day lecture “Lessons From Ecclesiastes.”
Ecclesiastes (Part #20) explains how to live on this green earth in light of impeding judgment from Yahweh and basically begins to finalize this book’s teachings on doing well to our fellow man by putting others first. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust – as Adam was formed from the red soil so shall he return to whence he was made. Knowing all are born to die how should Israelites live? Listen to this sermon to learn more about Covenant People’s Outreach.
Ecclesiastes (Part #19) spends a fair amount of time detailing Solomon’s statement “Cast your bread upon the waters for you will find it after many days.” What does bread and water represent in the Authorized KJV Bible? Is Adamkind’s portion of common sense a bit of God-breathed Holy Spirit? This continuation of CPM’s audio series attempts to answer these questions by further explaining the preacher’s advice to farmers and young Israelites.
An Haughty Spirit is a distinctive episode of Yahweh’s Truth scrutinizing the sin of PRIDE directly from the pages of our Saxon Bible. Is being proud always wrong to Yahweh? Is an inflated ego a discernment trait for the elect of God? What is the future of Pastor Visser’s Covenant People’s Ministry? This upbeat lecture looks at the original creation of Lucifer from several major prophets (in addition to the Psalms) to confirm “pride goes before a fall.”
Ecclesiastes (Part #18) continues to confirm that Solomon taught wisdom is greater than strength and hard labor while “the king in Jerusalem” contrasts the deeds of foolish and wise men. Why do the truly wise lean to the right while godless fools turn to the left? Can any living man tell us what will be on earth after we join Yahweh? Are we responsible for being snake bit without reason? This continuing sermon covering Ecclesiastes explains.
Ecclesiastes (Part #17) proves wisdom is always greater than human strength and our people often appoint foolish leaders to intentionally mislead them into apostasy. Why are the living greater than the dead? Do worldly kings and princes carry greater weight with Yahweh than the financially poor? This scriptural lesson confirms Adam’s “curse” regarding manual labor but also outlines smarter (scriptural) ways to labor through life.
Ecclesiastes (Part #16) covers the earthly fact that there are often unequal rewards for the sinful and righteous while confirming that Adamkind’s portion under the Sun is to “eat, drink and be merry.” Why is a living dog considered better than a dead lion? Is anybody really remembered forever? This lecture about grace outlines several Biblical “blessings” to provide faithful Saxons blessed assurance from the many proverbs of “The Preacher.”