Luke’s Unique Parables completes CPM’s two-part series examining allegories of Christ found only in Luke’s expansive Gospel. This fiery sermon covers Jesus’ parables of the Wedding Feast, Pharisee and Publican, Unjust Judge, Master and Servant, Lazarus and the Rich Man with the Unjust Steward! Meant to provide a basic overview on the travel narrative found solely in LUKE this speech may just edify you.
CI Fixation uses three of David’s Psalms to confirm we must have “fixed hearts” towards Yahweh before divulging into the New Testament to confirm we must shun profane babblings to be saved. What happens to many seeds God sows into good ground? Are we to be steadfast or go with the flow of modern Churchianity? This sermon touches upon the Charlottesville riot while answering these questions.
Luke’s Special Parables is an admirable presentation on many of Christ’s teachings found only in Luke’s Gospel including The Good Samaritan, The Rich Fool, Parable of the Pounds and several more! Unfortunately it was also a failed live stream on YouTube mandating this full-length (and extended) release preserving the purest audio source of this lecture. Even with problems an asset to CPM’s series on LUKE!
The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (402) Sodom And Gomorrah is an EFR Pastors show featuring Andrew Carrington Hitchcock, Pastors Eli James, Dan Johns, Steve Anderson and Jeromy Visser discussing how close this “accepted” lifestyle in white race nations is today to Sodom and Gomorrah in scripture. An honest and strong EFR tape of fellowship that furnishes the listener for “the days of Sodom and Noe.”
Christian Sorrow uses the scriptural examples of Hagar, David, Hannah, Martha, Jesus and Yahweh to teach on how to overcome feeling depressed or distressed during this apostate current era. Is it wrong to feel sorrow? Can this emotion be used for righteousness? This relaxed sermon attempts to clarify numerous reasons God oftentimes allows his unruly Israelite children to experience sorrow in life.
Questions of Ezra covers the entire apocryphal text while providing a fundamental overview on the major prophet himself. What happens when an Adamite dies? Is judgment of souls immediate or at a later date? Should the reaper be feared? This Armenian “lost book” details several questions raised by Ezra to an angel of Yahweh concerning death and the final abodes of both righteous and wicked seeds.
Apocalypse of Daniel provides essential overview on this Pseudepigraphal book with particular emphasis on chapters 7 to 14 which detail “the son of perdition” (or singular antichrist) who rises to power in old Jerusalem with aid from the jewish race. This upbeat sermon further proves judaism and Christianity have historically been opposed while exposing the worldview of dedicated Christians around 800 ad.
Way, Truth and Life is centered around one exclusive statement by Yahshua; “I am the way, the truth and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me” (John 14:6). Can Christ deniers see the Kingdom? Who is the great I AM? As a casual Bible study this sermon proves Christ taught “narrow is the way” and He was the “bread of life” thus our Redeemer fulfilled many facets of the Old Testament Law.
Prayer of Azariah covers the apocryphal manuscript “Song of the Three Children” which is considered a Greek addition to our Old Testament book of Daniel. This Covenant Gathering broadcast covers the renaming of the Hebrew children by eunuchs to Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego while explaining the exact point their lengthy prayer within the fiery furnace was chopped out of the original KJV text.
Yahweh’s Truth: Wick & Viss [#394] allows Dr. James Wickstrom and Pastor Jeromy Visser to discuss the influx of new diseases accompanying the foreign hordes flooding into once-Saxon countries under the political excuse of “immigration.” The later part of this episode of Intel Update is a casual Bible study on Elisha’s model prayer from 2nd Kings 6:8-23 and how it relates to our modern struggle against ZOG.