Fear Yahweh! (Rev-Ed) visits the apostle John’s epistles and gloomy book of Apocalypse to continue scrutinizing the importance of reverencing our Creator during the “day of the Lord.” Is God only love? How do we know a faithful brother? This third sermon confirms that Yahweh only rewards those that “fear” His Name during judgment therefore casually explains what this Biblical word means in Hebrew and Greek.
Fear Yahweh! (Part #2) mainly uses the New Testament Pauline epistles to clarify more benefits of “fearing” our immortal Creator. Does Yahweh respect any living Israelite? Can the faithful work out their own salvation with fear and trembling? This continuing sermon goes to the books of Romans, Ephesians, Philippians, Corinthians and Hebrews to prove no two people on earth are truly identical nor equal.
Fear Yahweh! (Part #1) mostly uses Solomon’s Old Testament book of Proverbs to explain several benefits of “fearing God and keeping His commandments” (Ecclesiastes 12:13). Are Christians to live in fear or respect of their Creator? Do these commandments even apply to our era? This first sermon establishes the whole duty of man before proving all wisdom and understanding begins with “the fear of the Lord.”
Stars and Trees in Scripture is a pure dual-seedline topical sermon examining these two words as they appear within the Holy Bible. This EFR Covenant Gathering homily confirms “the tree of the field is man’s life” (Deuteronomy 20:19) before proving both TREES and STARS represent people in sacred script since even Jesus Christ teaches “Each tree (or person) is recognized by its own fruit” (Luke 6:44).
New Testament Warnings looks at eighteen specific admonitions from the Bible and quizzes the listener on their scriptural familiarity. This Covenant Gathering broadcast uses only “new covenant” epistles to show the condition of Christ denying us, being cast into the lake of fire, knowing antichrist(s) and additional apostolic tenants while aiding the faithful in spotting false prophets in Christian Identity.
Believe Not Every Spirit examines I John 4:1-16 to confirm that only through Christian discernment can the faithful recognize the Holy Spirit from the spirit of error. Is everyone that claims to accept Christ worthy of devotion? What is love scripturally? This relaxed sermon inspects the term “antichrist” and establishes when Satan speaks his lies the world accepts them as truth from John 8:44 and other epistles.
What is Dual Seedline? scrutinizes four main doctrines that Christian Identity pastors “in-name-only” often use to lead their listeners directly into judaism. This Covenant Gathering broadcast looks at the seduction of Eve, reality of Satan, importance of baptism and use of Yahweh’s sacred Name and the modern jewish view of these teachings before confirming these teachings exist paradoxically in the Holy Bible.
A Form of Godliness looks at Paul’s second letter to Timothy 3:1-8 to explain several characteristics of “end time” Christians that deny the authentic power of Yahweh. Will Jesus return to this earth? How does God’s Law fit into our latter-day apostasy? The apostle Paul provides a list of behaviors that aid the faithful in spotting false prophets with “despisers of those that are good” being towards the very top.
Yahweh’s Truth: Wick & Viss [#361] is a special post-election broadcast allowing Dr. Jim Wickstrom and Pastor Visser to discuss Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton. Our Father Yahweh is the only answer for His chosen people! Oftentimes the lesser of two evils requires more scrutiny thus this episode of Yahweh’s Truth attempts to explain what to expect under Trump’s America and how to live accordingly.
Joel (Part #8) concludes our eight-part series on the minor prophet Joel by explaining the material blessings restored to the Israelite saints who rule with Yahweh in the Kingdom. This final sermon uses Ezekiel 47:1-12 to explain the “rivers of Judah” that separate the heathen from the new Jerusalem where Yahweh dwells as “the Lord is there” (Adonai-Shammah). Updates regarding CPM are towards the end.