Place of Refuge uses Proverbs 14:26-27 to explain how a FEAR (or respect) of Yahweh should be a “home of sanctuary” to faithful Christians and provides updates on possible future sermons. Should we fear God or Satan? Seven examples of confident men from the Bible are showcased thus the second half of this broadcast revisits the Syriac Infancy Gospel to expose a lesser-known face of the Devil.
Biblical Thanksgiving details the topic of thank-offerings in both the canonized text and Dead Sea Scrolls to explain what the faithful should be grateful for this holiday season. Are Christians truly pleased with Yahshua and His judgments? Being thankful is commanded by Yahweh yet few understand we’re all responsible for what we adore thus this sermon showcases several examples of thanksgiving in scripture.
Yahweh’s Secret Place examines the theme of “darkness” from David’s Psalm 18:1-24 and unlocks several keys concerning the creation account in Genesis 1:2 and elsewhere. Dealing mostly with the katabole and first earth age this sermon proves both David and Solomon were predestined to become rulers because Yahweh knew they would be obedient. This lecture fully details Yahweh’s “secret place.”
Hermas I (Visions) #7 showcases each class of “stone” or person that comprises the ivory tower of the shepherd’s third vision. This sermon covers Shepherd of Hermas 3:51-72 but was regrettably recorded during a rain storm rendering sections of this lecture almost inaudible. However to withhold release of this discourse ( even with flaws ) would go against the “spirit” of this long-running gnostic CPM series.
Every Knee Shall Bow expounds upon Paul’s epistle to the Romans 14:1-12 to explain the difference between personal discernment and outright judgment (which belongs to Yahweh alone). We are to both live and die for Yahshua! We must refrain from disunity! This sermon clarifies exactly how Christians are to accept those “weak in the faith” and how to use tact when dealing with milquetoast believers.
End of the Law? scrutinizes the apostle Paul’s statement “Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth” (Romans 10:4) and explains which covenant was replaced (or fulfilled) in detail. Was Paul antinomian? Are Christians free from Yahweh’s Law? What is the Biblical definition of sin? This “rainy Sunday” sermon provides these answers and proves Christian are bound to the Word.
Who is Moab and Ammon? provides a complete overview of the Moabites and Ammonites by covering their creation through incest by Lot and their withstanding the Israelites during their tribal wanderings. Who is Baal-Peor and what are temple prostitutes? Also covered is king Balak’s hiring of Balaam the false prophet and several reasons these two abominable clans will never see the Kingdom of Yahweh.
Woe to the Greedy scrutinizes the outcome of covetous men during Yahweh’s judgment and proves there is no position for the egotist amongst the Saints. What does “I shall not want” mean? This brief sermon revisits the second chapter of Habakkuk to establish it’s not the Will of Christ that His chosen Israelites work “to build cities with blood” when our Heavenly Father has freely given us everything we need.
Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #8) is a sermon against polygamy using the example of “two sons from different mothers by one husband” and how conflict arose when one was chosen over another. This eighth part in our examination of the gnostic book finds Mary and Joseph back in Bethlehem doing miracles with the bathwater of Christ. This sermon even explains how Hansel and Gretel ties into the Bible!
Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #7) examines an account of Mary and Joseph taking the infant Jesus through “a band of robbers” in Egypt and how this relates to His latter crucifixion between two criminals. This continuation into our look at the Arabic gospel inspects the eighth chapter of INFANCY I proving Christ spent three years in Egypt ( in fulfillment of Hosea 11:1 ) and ends with Yahshua entering Nazareth.