Ecclesiastes (Part #01) begins Pastor Visser’s audio series by explaining his intention for choosing to preach from Solomon’s depressing book. Do Adamites have any advantage over the beast of the field? Are we supposed to mature within our faith? Have “the traditions of the elders” crept in to pollute our racial Identity? This introductory segment explains several CI events of 2018 and begins to outline the greatest lesson of all.
Micah (Part #14) concludes CPM’s detailed series covering every line spoken by the minor prophet by proving the only real threat to our Israelite people are the Israelites themselves. This closing segment covers the entire seventh chapter which Jesus later quoted to the Pharisees to prove they knew nothing about prophecy. While this release has the distinction of being live-streamed the MP3 is taken from HI-FI sources.
His Name Shall Be Wonderful is a Christmas episode of Yahweh’s Truth detailing the nativity story from the New Testament Gospels. How important is our Redeemer’s Name? This sermon begins in Isaiah 9:6 to prove “his name shall be called Wonderful” and ends in Philippians 2:10-11 to forewarn “at the name of Jesus every knee should bow and every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”
Hermas II (Commands) #3 mostly deals with the shepherd’s third commandment concerning adultery and fornication as given to him by the angel of Repentance. Does sin begin in thought? Does God hate divorce? Is water baptism sufficient enough grace? This continuation of our longest-running audio series on the Gnostic book explains both repentance and forgiveness while proving false preachers suffer a greater damnation.
What is Grace? is a topical sermon covering the scriptural theme of MERCY and proves many Biblical examples were saved from destruction because of their steadfast faith. Do our works mean anything to Yahweh? This unique Covenant People’s Ministry lecture has the distinction of being the final Yahweh’s Truth: Intel Update broadcast airing through both AM and shortwave radio before returning to “internet only” streaming.
Battle of the Stars looks at the war in heaven mostly between the archangels Satan and “the prince of our people” Michael. Why do certain stars fall to earth? Who are the morning stars of the first earth age? Does Lucifer mean morning star? This topical sermon obviously focuses on STARS and what they represent in scripture to provide listeners deeper clarity on several end-time prophecies relating to Yahweh’s Judgment.
Graven Upon the Palms is a special sermon using 2nd Baruch and Isaiah 49 to provide a supplementary viewpoint on the coming “New Jerusalem” as taught by the apostle John in his book of Revelation. Christ is that tabernacle but are we the bride? This unique broadcast confirms that Jerusalem is NOT the city of Yahweh’s covenant because the Tree of Life offered to Adam in Eden was Yahweh’s intended inheritance of eternity.
Thy Soul Shall Be Required examines segments of Luke’s Gospel travel narrative to continue looking at the mysterious parables of Christ. This sermon begins with an important announcement regarding the future of “Yahweh’s Truth: Intel Update” on Worldwide Christian shortwave Radio before providing complete coverage on Jesus’ allegories of the prodigal son, rich man and Lazarus, master and servant and counting the cost.
Parables of Christ is meant to be a compact lecture explaining several lesser-known allegories of our Redeemer found in the KJV Bible and how they relate to the Old Covenant. Are His parables understood by all? Why did Jesus often speak in “riddles?” This unique Sunday evening broadcast from WWCR (Nashville, TN) covers the parables of the wineskins, barren fig tree, leaven, hidden treasure, lost coin and unjust steward.
All Ye Gods provides coverage on the entire 97th Psalm of king David to prove Yahweh is ultimate Judge of His Israelite people. Is there more than one god? What does the Bible define graven images as? If Light is sown for the righteous can wicked people ever see it? This upbeat sermon supplies listeners with a “physical description” of Yahweh (who is Spirit) and explains many key points relating to the first chapter of Genesis.