Biblical Hatred  is a unique Wednesday Night Bible study dealing with abhorrence in scripture that focuses more on Jesus’ own teachings regarding hate. Are Christians allowed to detest? Do we hate sin but love the sinner? Is tolerance of iniquity by mankind ever accepted by Yahweh God? Pastor Visser and Warrior of YHVH answer these questions and further scrutinize Genesis III to explain an “enmity” placed between two seedlines by the Creator.
Open Topics & Updates  finds Warrior of YHVH joining Pastor Visser to discuss the previous two Wednesday Night Bible Study broadcasts “Power in the Name” and “Who Can Be Saved?” (both currently having no official release due to poor sound quality but accessible at Covenant People’s Forums). This three hour Christian lecture mostly deals with the seduction of Eve in Eden and proves Satan has literal children upon earth that continually do his bidding.
Messages from the Parables  is a unique sermon done by request and based on the works of Rev. Carl A. Glover of Park Place Congregational Church. Several poems by Christian authors are supplied to instill faith in those that feel misplaced on the earth. As a complete broadcast the faithful listener is supplied the long out-of-print “Messages from the Parables” chapbook that expounds upon Jesus’ Parables of the Lost Coin, Sheep and Prodigal Son.
Parable of the Lost Son  revisits one of the better-known allegories of Christ from Luke’s Gospel and attempts to highlight overlooked points that benefit Saxon Christians. Is humanity in a prodigal state? What is our inheritance? Is jealously forbidden by God? How can men become better fathers? Answers to these questions (and more) are provided in addition to a special teaser from CPM’s forthcoming “Messages from the Parables” broadcast.
Yahweh the Avenger  explains that wicked men can only have the upper hand over Israelites if the Father allows it and Christ bestowed certain powers over evil upon the faithful. When Jesus returns why are the “nations of the world” prepared to make war with Him? Does God bless war? This relaxed sermon covers the 94th Psalm to prove that vengeance and wrath truly belong to God alone and man will always fail when they harm their brothers.
Prayer of Habakkuk  covers the entire third chapter in a calm and concise manner to aid the faithful in their personal prayer life. This sermon could be considered an addition to CPM’s lengthy audio series “How To Pray” because it provides alternate lessons not found in the Lord’s Prayer or king David’s Psalms. The minor prophet explains that pestilence and famine go “before” the Creator offering confused Christians comfort in this plagued current era.
The Yah Way  attempts to explain the path to God by showcasing the fourth chapter of the Didache which explains many MINOR sins forbidden for His people. What is Yahweh’s way? How can we become more like Christ? Most of what is outlined by the latter apostles in this lecture are NOT sins unto death however by listening our dedicated people can fine-tune their walks with the Creator and be better equipped to withstand the coming Beast system.
The Wrong Way  is a sermon on the third chapter of the Didache that outlines MAJOR sins forbidden for Israelites to engage within. Our hope in covering this extra-Biblical text is to aid Yahweh’s chosen people in identifying Satan’s children amongst us to withstand their devices. While we may often question if we’re on the correct path to Salvation the “way of death” is clearly outlined in this segment from this Apocryphal text and Authorized scripture.
The Right Way  provides another viewpoint of the two paths Christ taught about in the Gospels from the second chapter of the Didache. If the most visited path by mankind is broad and leads to eternal destruction what is the importance of keeping on “the straight and narrow?” How can faithful Saxons know if they’re on the correct track to redemption? This sermon continuing the Gnostic book equips listeners with these answers and provides more updates.
Zechariah (Part #15)  inadvertently explains the Spear of Destiny by looking deeper at a vision this minor prophet records; “They shall look upon me whom they have pierced and they shall mourn for him as one mourneth for his only son and shall be in bitterness for him as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn.” This continuation explains How Christ fulfilled this specific prophecy relating to Yahweh and why He reclaims God’s bride the Israelite people.