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.”
Nahum (Part #4) completes our line-by-line analysis of the minor prophet’s warnings against the Ninevites by comparing the similarities of the queen of Nineveh to the whore of Babylon mentioned in Revelation. Can women preach or run for president? This fourth and final sermon on the book of Nahum examines Populous No (Ammon) and explains how witches and locusts usually represent demons in the Bible.
Nahum (Part #3) continues our coverage of Nahum’s prophecies pertaining to the ancient Ninevites. This segment confirms that Yahweh appoints both wicked and righteous rulers thus “the Assyrian” (also known as Satan) is sent to destroy the queen of Nineveh. An overview of lions in scripture is provided and some false gods are reviewed because this led up to the merchant city finally being annihilated.
Nahum (Part #2) continues our study into the book of the minor prophet by establishing the Assyrian is “the rod of Yahweh’s anger” from Isaiah 10:5 and more. Is this flesh ruler a type of Satan? Was Jonah correct in refusing to warn Nineveh? This sermon proves that while God will destroy a majority of faithless Ninevites according to this prophecy a remnant will be spared amongst His chosen Judean people.
Nahum (Part #1) provides background on the minor prophet and why he felt compelled to bring his “burden” to the unfaithful Ninevites. This series proves Jonah was correct in his warnings thus this introductory sermon explains several undeniable attributes of Yahweh like jealousy and rage (in addition to being fair and just). We also clarify several reasons Nahum makes no promises within his written prophecies.