Apocalypse of Adam provides a detailed overview of this Gnostic book of futurist prophecy attributed to “the first man” Adam concerning Noah’s flood and the eventual return of the living Word. Explanation is provided on all eight chapters with particular prominence on the origin and return of our Illuminator (Jesus Christ) who set aside a particular racial bloodline to serve Him at the foundation of this earth age.
Fullness of the Spirit uses Paul’s letters to the Ephesians and Galatians to explain the eleven fruits and nine gifts of the Holy Spirit. This relaxed sermon clarifies the imparting of Yahweh’s Soul unto Adamkind before proving Christ’s own teachings regarding Christian living. By contrasting the lusts of the flesh with the works of the Spirit modern Christians can better arm themselves against any “spiritual” antichrist.
Solaric and Edenic Covenants attempts to explain the first two contracts made by Yahweh in scripture to the solar system and Adam and Eve before their fall from grace. Why was “man” told to replenish the earth? What was the tree of knowledge? This special release contains both air and studio versions due to this series cancellation yet the truths contained within are still very pertinent to the Christian walk.
Virginal Disobedience is a lecture concerning the sexual seduction of Eve that provides numerous quotes from “early church fathers” and several apocryphal books confirming seedline doctrine. Who was Cain’s father? Who are the tares of Yahshua’s parable? Was His mother Mary truly a virgin? What about the marriage supper of the Lamb? This arousing sermon attempts to answer these questions.
As is the Earthy is an expository style sermon covering I Corinthians 15:45-50 (with support from Romans 8:14-18) to highlight the differences between the Adam created in the second chapter of Genesis and “the second Adam” which is Christ. This short lecture provides the blueprint of Christian rebirth and straightforwardly describes the necessity of resurrection solely from the writings of the latter apostle Paul.
Parable of the Seed is a sermon comparing the picturesque allegory of Christ from the 21st statement in Thomas’ Gospel to Mark 4:26-34. This broadcast further confirms Yahweh has a literal “seed” (or children) on earth who desire their Father’s Law enforced for national prosperity. God created the earth to be fully automated thus His genuine offspring seek to further increase during the harvest by doing His Will.
Prince of Peace is a broadcast presenting the uncut version of the nativity chronicle by arranging the gospels as a single narrative and highlighting lesser known facts from all four books. Why was Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh presented to baby Christ by the three wise men? This lecture explains many prophecies fulfilled during Yahshua’s birth and why telling this story is imperative to spiritual growth.
Adam Means Red Man is a complete Bible study on the four different words meaning ADAM as found in the Old Testament. This sermon scrutinizes the scriptural terminology “ruddy” by using the examples of David, Solomon and the Nazarites to prove they all logically descended from an “eighth day” Adam. If this lecture is enjoyed with a sincere heart and mind there will be no need to blush, we promise.
20 Biblical Angels (Part #2) inspects Moses being called to deliver the children of Israel from economic slavery in Egypt and provides a quick overview of Balaam’s talking ass. This second and final sermon on scriptural angels explains how the previous Old Testament examples all point to a coming Messiah and (towards the conclusion) even allows Russ Walker to voice his opinion and distrust of the apostle Paul.
20 Biblical Angels (Part #1) examines the covenant made to Hagar in the wilderness, why Lot and his incestuous daughters were spared from the destruction of Sodom, Abraham being called to sacrifice his son Isaac and what Jacob wrestling with an angel represents. This sermon detailing general seraphs is the first of two proving they’re more the right and left “arms” of Yahweh as opposed to simple men.