Ten Types of Faith  scrutinizes the specific kinds of faith mentioned in the New Testament with the intention that our stubborn people can evaluate their current standing with Yahweh. This animated lecture builds upon CPM’s previous livestream titled “The Law of Faith” but solely focuses on the varying levels of confidence mankind can have. As expected extra coverage of the Abrahamic Covenant is supplied alongside several hints about upcoming topics.
The Law of Faith  is an exhaustive overview of New Testament teachings related to faith and meant to instill hope within the Israelite people. What does Yahweh call His volk to have faith within? Can we sometimes have a misplaced faith in erroneous men or dumb idols? Since it is our faith that overcomes the world (1 John 5:4) this upbeat sermon provides listeners with the most important commandments regarding confidence from the latter apostles.
Zechariah (Part #14)  begins in Matthew’s Gospel to explain several reasons why Judas betrayed Christ in more detail. It was the Israelites that valued Yahweh at thirty pieces of silver long before the coming Christ but what about Zechariah’s prophecies relating to the Potter’s Field? This continuation of the minor prophet’s writings provides lesser known details surrounding Iscariot’s delivering Jesus over to the authorities and completes chapter eleven.
Zechariah X  covers the dispersion and eventual regathering of the Israel people while explaining the consequences of them rejecting Christ at His first advent. Are false prophets still considered “shepherds” to Yahweh? How important is it to know His Name at the end of days? This sermon attempts to answer these questions and more but the final ten minutes were lost prompting a more expansive lecture covering Judas the following week.
Cult of Trumpanzees  examines voting or “casting lots” from a Christian perspective and also proves from scripture that God disapproves of choosing men to lead our people over Him. Is Donald Trump any better than Joe Biden? By what authority do such candidates govern (and oftentimes oppress) the Israelites? This lengthy broadcast is NOT designed to make friends but instead provides assurance to those that haven’t been overcome by the world.
Zechariah (Part #13)  details Messiah’s first advent and triumphant entry into Jerusalem days before His Crucifixion. Is America or Europe the New Jerusalem? What are our Creator’s thoughts regarding the literal city in the middle east? Why does Yahweh need to regather the Israelite tribes? This continuing sermon on the minor prophet’s book outlines several unknown facts pertaining to the return of Christ before comparing material and “spiritual” rain.
Prayer and Fasting  looks at four commanded fasts that Yahweh orders His people to observe and the historical reasons for doing so. How could Satan tempt Jesus with all the Kingdoms of this world? Should Christians vote? Is it possible for any mortal man to improve upon God’s earth? This lecture revisits the first four chapters of Genesis to prove four specific negative character traits (Emotional Strongholds) were introduced to man by the original sin.
Zechariah (Part #12)  covers Yahweh’s conditions of restoration for the Israelite people and His commanding a fast for all Jerusalem. What does this dismal prophecy represent to the “New Jerusalem” or Bride of Christ (Revelation 21:2)? Are modern jews God’s chosen people? This continuing sermon on the minor prophet begins to look at the Bastard of Ashdod and proves Christ fulfilled specific predictions by riding an ass into Jerusalem of old.
Pray Without Ceasing is a special year-end sermon stressing the importance of communicating with Yahweh to withstand the woes traditionally wrought by politicians. Is it possible to pray nonstop? This Christian lecture uses a good variety of New Testament epistle authors to supplement Jesus’ own teachings regarding prayer while providing the listener with updates on what to expect from Covenant People’s Ministry for the year of 2021.
Star in the East (Yahweh’s Truth #58) is a special Christmas sermon telling the nativity story from the Gospels arranged as a single narrative. Appropriate for State runoff elections is a detailed look at Antipater the Idumaean and Herod’s involvement. This lengthy lecture continues a long-running tradition at Covenant People’s Church and bears the distinction of being the final episode of Intel Update to feature a numbering system in the descriptor.