Philippians (Part #7) focuses on Paul’s racial pedigree being “of the stock (or race) of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin and an Hebrew of the Hebrews.” Is righteousness by the Law? Was Paul a Pharisee? How are we found within the Body of Christ? This sermon puts the final coffin nail in the topic of circumcision by comparing the act to “the concision” in Greek which this same apostle warns against.
Philippians (Part #6) deals mostly with the apostle sending Timothy and Epaphroditus to the Philippians in old age while providing seven specific points about these “fellow-workers” from the Greek. Can Israelites fall from grace? Who are the circumcision? This sermon covers Paul’s warning “beware of dogs, evil workers and the concision” and attempts to apply these spiritual teachings to our modern era.
Philippians (Part #5) continues stressing the importance of Jesus’ Name by visiting the Gospel of Matthew and the 2nd epistle of Peter for further elaboration. What was Paul’s sacrifice to Yahweh? Can men truly labor in vain? What is the Word of life? This sermon explains Paul’s directive “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling” and provides updates on the current status of CPM overall.
Philippians (Part #4) begins the second chapter of Paul’s epistle to the Philippians by examining four examples of the Christian life and his appeal for faithful living. Is our Messiah called Jesus or Yahshua? Why are we instructed to have “one mind which was in Christ?” This sermon proves why Yahweh gave our Kinsman Redeemer a Name which is above all others and showcases the sevenfold example of Christ.
Philippians (Part #3) continues our study by scrutinizing Paul’s teachings about “one Spirit and one mind” from his epistle to the church in Philippi. Are Christians allowed to have varying opinions concerning doctrine? Why does the apostle Paul say “to live is Christ and to die is gain?” This ongoing (rainy) sermon on Philippians proves we are to never fear the enemy by continually striving to be of one accord.
Philippians (Part #2) provides updates on Yahweh’s Truth, Covenant People’s Books and the CPM Newsletter before covering the next twelve verses of chapter one. There are only two types of preachers in the world – discover how to discern the spirit behind yours! This continuing sermon dissects Paul’s “model prayer” for the Philippians and showcases the final result of suffering for the Gospel’s sake.
Philippians (Part #1) begins our study on the Pauline epistle by devoting the first half of this introductory sermon to an overview on the letter itself explaining the apostle’s intention for authoring it. Unlike many churches Paul helped establish the Christian converts at Philippi remained steadfast in their resistance to Judaism thus this first lecture clarifies that part of Christian Living 101 is always being joyful.
Temptation of Christ devotes the first half of the sermon to proving not every plant sown on earth is from Yahweh and even Lucifer has literal offspring on earth known as tares. Are we all God’s children? Was Cain Adam’s son? The second half of this lecture scrutinizes Satan’s feeble temptation of Christ to expose three detailed tactics “blind leaders of the blind” use to obfuscate Yahweh’s everlasting truth.
Resurrection of the Dead tackles the Sibylline Oracles 2:196-251 to explain three precise aspects of divine Judgment; destruction by fire, judgment of mortals and resurrection from death. Who are the archangels Michael, Gabriel, Raphael and Uriel? This peaceful sermon revisits Ezekiel’s vision of the valley of dry bones and certain parables of Christ regarding the “signs” preceding His ultimate return.
Cosmic Judgment uses the Sibylline Oracles 3:669-701 to confirm both Ezekiel and Isaiah’s Old Testament teachings concerning “the Day of the Lord.” Do we truly know the Immortal being mortals? Why do the impious bathe in the blood of the Saints? These Gnostic Sibyls say “the dark abyss will appear to all” thus this relaxed sermon proves all nations will know Yahweh during a time of “Jacob’s trouble.”