Revelation (Part #37) sets the groundwork for the final three chapters of John’s Apocalypse by scrutinizing Yahshua’s parables of the Great Banquet, Wedding Feast and Ten Virgins. Many are called but FEW are chosen! By studying these allegories alongside the future “marriage supper of the Lamb” we’re able to confirm the wedding garments of Yahweh’s Israelite bride “is the righteousness of the saints.”
Revelation (Part #36) teaches on proclamations from the throne right before the second and final advent of the Bridegroom. This sermon proves directly after Yahweh punishes the proverbial whore of Babylon (old Jerusalem) the marriage supper of the Lamb commences with “a New Jerusalem” coming down from heaven as a bride adorned. Want to know more about virginity? This homily is for you!
Revelation (Part #35) continues proving the whore of Babylon’s destruction is the current Jerusalem burning in fulfillment of numerous Old Testament prophecies. How long does it take for that great city Babylon to fall? This continuing sermon sees ALL the “blood of the prophets” (from Abel to Zecharias) being required of this great whore and the lamentation of the maritime world over their loss of revenue.
Revelation (Part #34) looks mostly at the fiery destruction of literal Babylon (and her metaphorical harlot) at the hands of its heathen merchants. Why do her commercial “lovers” lament her burning? Does Yahweh entertain any form of evil? Who profits from the sins of our Israelite people? This sermon wraps up several loose ends from our long-running audio series on Saint John’s Apocalypse.
Revelation (Part #33) continues describing the whore of Babylon (being Jerusalem) and her definitive judgment during the seventh vial or cup of Yahweh’s wrath. The last majestic angel exclaims “Babylon is fallen!” Why do the kings of the north start to hate this harlot? This sermon proves the final verdict against the great whore is to reap what she sowed in fulfillment of numerous Old Testament prophecies.
Revelation (Part #32) provides explanation on the whore of Babylon and several metaphors used in chapter seventeen and elsewhere in cannon. Who is like unto this creature? These have one mind and shall give their powerful strength unto the beast! This lecture clarifies each beast mentioned, the specific seven heads (and their mountains) alongside the ten horns mentioned by Daniel in the Old Testament.
Revelation (Part #31) is devoted solely to describing the whore of Babylon by explaining who “she” is. How does Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton relate to this political prostitute of Jerusalem? Who becomes drunk on the wine of her fornication? She is now! Therefore this sermon attempts to clarify “mystery Babylon the great and mother of harlots and abominations of the earth (II Thessalonians 2:7).”
Revelation (Part #30) deals with the sixth vial being the great river Euphrates drying up so kings of the east can prepare for the final judgment of Yahweh. What do frogs symbolize in scripture? This cheery sermon revisits John 8:44 to explain “the spirits of devils [that] work miracles” and continues highlighting the numerous similarities of these signs and wonders to the Crucifixion and mass Exodus of old.
Revelation (Part #XX) is quite possibly the worst sermon ever preached being a total disaster from start to finish. From the heavy Georgia rain pounding our tin church roof to techie gremlins losing the last two minutes of the broadcast it was eventually decided to remove this abomination from CPM’s official numbering system. Do yourself a favor and DON’T listen to this lecture. You’ve been warned.
Revelation (Part #29) continues looking at the song of Moses before detailing six of the seven vials poured out upon mankind during Armageddon. Why does God smite the earth with various curses? This sermon attempts to explain similarities between the plagues of ancient Egypt and Yahweh’s final “cups of wrath” while explaining the heavenly temple (or New Jerusalem) during this lecture.