28 Names of Satan is meant to familiarize listeners with several “faces” of Yahweh’s adversary by exploring twenty-eight specific names or attributes denoting the dark lord in scripture. Is Lucifer just an ancient king of man? Who is the “great red dragon” of Armageddon? From Abaddon to Wicked One this hyperactive sermon makes no apologizes for exposing tares sown amongst our wheat company.
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.
Who is Like the Beast? is an examination of Revelation 13:1-10 that explains the “beast” of Apocalypse and how it can be interpreted today. This relaxed sermon explains the whore of Babylon and the source of her power being the “dragon” (or Satan) and why so many worship the beast. What is the beast? Who can make war with the beast? This lecture attempts to give explanation mostly from Revelation.
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.
Joel (Part #7) explains why when Yahshua returns it’s equated to “treading a winepress” due to Him being baptized (or fully immersed) in the blood of His enemies. Where will Christ descend? Why is He considered “dipped in blood” (Revelation 19:13)? This sermon showcases the judgment of God against heathen nations and them being forever cast away from the people of Israel and city of Jerusalem.
Joel (Part #6) uses the Gospel teachings of Yahshua and the book of Daniel to explain that the spurious messiah comes before the second advent showing “signs and wonders” to deceive the elect. This continuation of our look at the minor prophet Joel proves that only a remnant among Israel will overcome the locust armies and demonstrates exactly who sends this plague upon Jerusalem for judgment.
Joel (Part #5) mostly deals with the destruction of Yahweh’s enemies before “the Day of the Lord” (or return of Christ). This sermon compares the devastation of the locust armies to God’s ability to do greater works during His restoration of the Israelite people. Our Father says “I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh and your daughters shall prophecy” therefore this discourse attempts to explain why.
Joel (Part #4) explains the four stages of the locust armies that Yahweh unleashes upon Israelite people who forget Him. Questions are answered in this sermon! Also clarified is how Eve was sexually seduced by the serpent (II Corinthians 11:2-4) and how Paul taught against the rapture doctrine because the Antichrist “king” obviously comes BEFORE the Day of the Lord (II Thessalonians 2:9-10).
Joel (Part #3) confirms the invading locust armies of Joel’s vision have a king known as the Son of Perdition or Antichrist (II Thessalonians 2:3-4 & Revelation 9:11). Who exactly is Abaddon? What does Apollyon mean? This sermon resumes our investigation of the minor prophet’s book by comparing the Garden of Eden to the destruction left by destroying soldiers during the battle of Armageddon.
Joel (Part #2) continues our look at the minor prophet by explaining the difference between a Gentile (“goy”) and the beast of the field (“behemoth”) which are both addressed in chapter one. Also discussed in this sermon is Yahweh’s timetable regarding one day with Him being a thousand years to man (II Peter 3:5) and the famine in the end times being for the authentic Word of God (Amos 8:11).