Hermas II (Commands) #1 provides a concise overview of the first Gnostic book of “Visions” before moving into Hermas’ first prophecies. What is the difference between commands and similitudes? Will Yahweh bless the disobedient? Who is the Shepherd? Do Israelites have guardian angels? Several of these questions are answered in this opening sermon that continues CPM’s longest-running audio series.
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.”
Lost Gospel of Peter covers the entire extra-Biblical book and explains some ageless tactics Edomite tares use to conspire against the just. This EFR Covenant Gathering broadcast was preached early in the wake of TalkShoe’s unjustified deletion of many Christian Godcasts thus explains numerous contemporary similarities of the government’s persecution of the righteous during Peter’s post-Crucifixion events.
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.
Contend For the Faith! is an expository Covenant Gathering sermon proving the similarities between the complete epistle of JUDE to Enoch and Peter’s writings. Why does this New Testament author use Sodom, Cain, Balaam, Korah and Lucifer as examples? This “half-brother” of Christ warns that towards the finale of this age false prophets will work against Yahweh’s truth to further Satan’s agenda on earth.
Apocryphal Nativity scrutinizes Yahshua’s birth story by comparing the account from Matthew and Luke’s Gospels to several “Gnostic” tomes like the Protevangelion, Gospel of Mary and Infancy I. This seasonal lecture was preached Christmas Eve on the Euro Folk Radio network and is designed to explain the delivery of Christ from an alternative viewpoint other than ones found in our canonized KJV Bibles.
Bel and the Dragon covers the entire apocryphal book (Goodspeed Translation) which provides additional background into the Old Testament book of Daniel. Bel and the serpent were two idols worshipped in ancient Babylon and righteous Daniel overcomes both of them! This book also proves that men of government often have “baal priests” that bear false witness against the elect and profit from deception.
Story of Susanna is a sermon covering the entire apocryphal book (Goodspeed Translation) to teach the value of virtue under a corrupt government. This famous woman’s story can be applied to our lives today. Susanna remained truly righteous and withstood her serpentile accusers thus Yahweh sends Daniel the prophet to deliver true justice and proclaim the morality of this “daughter of Israel.”
The Unjust Judge tackles one of the harder parables of Yahshua pertaining to prayer and faith during His second advent. This sermon uses Sirach 35:12-15 and 2nd Chronicles 19:4-7 to establish Yahweh’s Law for judges before dismembering the unjust arbitrator’s soliloquy of selfishness. This 98th sermon in our series on the Gospel of Luke proves the importance of having constant prayer during the wicked end times.