Effect & None Effect looks at “tradition” from a Biblical perspective while explaining the purpose of the traditions of the elders and their effect on truth. This sermon from Matthew’s Gospel proves that man can sometimes disannul the genuine teachings of scripture in their attempts to uphold extra-Biblical traditions. This lecture is missing the final ten minutes due to power failure but is still an important enough topic to warrant an official release.
We’re In This Together? is a sermon in relation to COVID-19 and the Corona Virus pandemic proving Luke’s Gospel correct. We hear in current society how we’re “all in this (crisis) together” with assorted riff raff but did Noah suffer during the flood of water? Was Abraham punished with the residents of Sodom when he freed Lot before its destruction by fire? This upbeat Bible study confirms that Yahweh always protects the obedient in times of distress.
In His Image (Yahweh’s Truth #53) attempts to explain the mystery of the Gentiles from both creation accounts found in Genesis. This lengthy broadcast defines ADAM and IMAGE as words before showcasing the apostle Paul’s teachings concerning Jesus Christ being “in the image of God.” Who was Yahweh speaking to when He said “let us make man in our image?” What is the importance of bearing God’s likeness on earth? This sermon answers all.
Cup of Yahweh (Yahweh’s Truth #52) compares God’s “cup” to the one held by the Whore of Babylon while explaining their contents. This sermon mostly from the book of Revelation uses many Psalms and important major prophets the verify ALL nations on earth will drink of a cup in judgment – make sure it’s the right one! This livestream explains why our Messiah asked the Father for “this cup to pass away from me” shortly before His Crucifixion.
Important Saxon Parables (Yahweh’s Truth #51) scrutinizes several Kingdom parables that Pastor Visser considers crucial for modern times and a worsening apostasy. Aren’t all parables important? Meant to be a condensed overview on the fundamental allegories of Christ this sermon goes one step further in providing reasons why these so-called “riddles” to the world have the ability to reach Yahweh’s chosen Israelite people in every generation.
Zechariah (Part #07) deals exclusively with future prophecy relating to the two witnesses and golden candlesticks that are confirmed by John in his book of Revelation. Why is Jerusalem considered the city that murders the prophets? How do God’s people show their faith? This sermon adds extra insight into the future “Day of the Lord” while explaining why Zerubbabel was chosen to conclude building of the second temple within literal Jerusalem.
Zechariah (Part #06) mostly looks at visions pertaining to Joshua the High Priest and also proves that oftentimes our spiritual leaders aren’t as “sinless” as we tend to think they are (or they lead us to believe). How do Israelites “awake” within Christ? Does the adversarial angel Satan do the Will of Yahweh? This sermon revisits two major prophets to confirm “the root and offspring of David” is the Branch of Messiah mentioned by Zechariah the seer.
Zechariah (Part #05) is the conclusion of the second chapter dealing mostly with Zechariah’s commandment “Deliver thyself that dwellest with the daughter of Babylon.” Do we live in rebuilt Babylonia and how can we come out of her? When do Gentiles become Israelites? How do we identify false prophets within Christian Identity? Is Yahweh our Christ? These answers are provided alongside information about supporting Covenant People’s Church.
Zechariah (Part #04) provides ample Biblical proof that Jerusalem can be representative of God’s chosen people using only canonized scripture for the first half of this broadcast. Is the “new Jerusalem” on this wicked earth today? When does the marriage supper of the Lamb take place? This sermon provides more coverage on Zechariah’s second chapter and lays the groundwork for the lengthy sequel (Part V) that closes the chapter and provides updates.
Zechariah (Part #03) looks at the minor prophet’s second and third visions in addition to a promise of restoration for all of Yahweh’s Israelite people during the future “Day of the Lord.” Who are the four horns of Zechariah’s vision and what do they represent? Did God or man cause the dispersion of the Israelites? What is the purpose and reasoning behind God sending His bride (or people) into captivity? Listen to this relaxed sermon to learn the answers.