Christian Fixation uses three of David’s Psalms to confirm we must have “fixed hearts” towards Yahweh before divulging into the New Testament to confirm we must shun profane babblings to be saved. What happens to many seeds God sows into good ground? Are we to be steadfast or go with the flow of modern Churchianity? This sermon touches upon Charlottesville while answering these questions.
The Miracles of Peter scrutinizes nearly every wonder Peter did from the pages of the New Testament before he disappears from the book of Acts entirely. Who was this fisherman? What great feats did he achieve? How important is he to Christianity? This sermon confirms Yahshua’s purpose in calling this disciple “the rock” and why He claimed the gates of hell would not prevail against Peter’s “church.”
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.
O Praise Yahweh looks at the 117th Psalm which states “O praise the Lord, all ye nations: praise him, all ye people. For his merciful kindness is great toward us: and the truth of the Lord endureth for ever. Praise ye the Lord.” Considered the shortest Psalm and literally the middle of the Bible this expository sermon on both verses slackly explains who Gentiles are and how this song fits elsewhere in scripture.
Fellowship 101 is our yearly wrap-up broadcast that shares many statistics and numerous “highs and lows” for the ministerial year of 2016. This animated sermon explains the necessity of fellowshipping with the correct people and proves rebuking the apostate is often part of “walking in the Light.” This is the final Covenant People’s pulpit sermon for the year and it explains what apostasy to expect for 2017.
Bowels of Compassion continues to use Ist John 3:14-24 to stress the significance of obeying Yahweh’s eternal Law. John’s letters help the faithful to distinguish between the children of God and the offspring of Satan by focusing on the deeds of particular people. This sermon quotes the Gospels several times to prove the loving apostle John taught adherence to His Law is pleasing to our heavenly Father.
What Manner of Love! uses the structure of Ist John 3:1-15 to prove the importance of brotherly love. The apostle John says “whoever hates his brother is a murderer and has no eternal life” making this racial investigation into abiding within Christ imperative to the Christian walk. It is the very act of love that differentiates and defines Yahweh’s children on earth allowing the Saints to recognize one another.
Obadiah (Part #2) concludes our two-part examination of the minor prophet’s condemnation of the Edomites by explaining several more reasons Yahweh must destroy them and who exactly He uses to accomplish their demolition. Esau attempted to murder his brother Jacob / Israel thus his attempts at thwarting the Will of Yahweh is rewarded with flame and fire in “the great and terrible Day of the Lord.”
Obadiah (Part #1) begins our two-part examination of the minor prophet by establishing the background of Esau and his cursed Edomite offspring. Yahweh hates Edom and loves Israel! Why? Obadiah’s intention was to condense several prophecies concerning Esau (and his many sins against his brother Jacob) during “the Day of the Lord” so faithful Christians can be assured our enemy will be destroyed.
Ye Are The Temple! completely proves that the Holy Bible teaches the race of Israel comprise the temple under the New Covenant. This sermon is a continuation of the CPM series on Haggai the minor prophet. Yahweh nor Christ will be found specifically in buildings made with men’s hands but rather dwell amongst the Saints that overcome the blasphemy of “them that say they are Jews but do lie.”