Six People Christ Forgave uses the gospels of Matthew, Luke and John to outline six instances of Jesus forgiving sins to much controversy. This sermon looks at the man with a palsy, Mary Magdalene, the crucifixion, the two malefactors, the impotent man at Bethesda and “the woman taken in adultery” to confirm our Messiah never forgives the unrepentant yet always withstands the proud or arrogant.
He Came Unto His Own tells the complete nativity story from the King James gospels arranged as a single narrative. From “the Word was God in the beginning” (John 1:14) to Herod’s slaughter of the innocents this relaxed Christmas Eve sermon stresses the importance of telling this seasonal story so others understand Christ’s birth fulfilled many Old Testament prophecies concerning Yahweh’s Israelite people.
What is Truth? had an unforeseen power outage that lost the last six minutes of this outdoor sermon therefore for video release we supplied CPM’s HD CAM2 footage ( starting at 29 minutes ) supplying an alternate view of an otherwise “lost project.” This audio sermon from John’s Gospel features the finest single track with crisp openings and attempts to answer the timeless question “what is truth?”
Micah (Part #11) starts to examine the rise of the Assyrian or “son of perdition” before the second advent of Christ. Is there a singular antichrist? Who is the Prince of Peace? What is the daily sacrifice? How does Jerusalem play into Satan’s ultimate rise? This upbeat lecture proves the Israelite people will eventually have national repentance but not before being scattered among many strange nations.
Micah (Part #10) deals mostly with two Messianic prophecies spoken by Micah in the first two verses of chapter five pertaining to the birth and death of Christ. Are world leaders righteous by default? How does Micah correlate to Gospel accounts? Who is king of the jews? This sermon tells an often overlooked part of the nativity story being Herod the Edomite’s “slaughter of the innocents” in the city of David.
Micah (Part #9) completes chapter four with a well-known prophecy borrowed from Isaiah to “awake and thresh o daughter of Zion.” This sermon discusses two tactics of the imposter being to defile before laying claim. Who gathers all nations and separates the good from bad? Are we seeing the “pains” of a new age like a woman giving birth? This upbeat sermon on the minor prophet attempts to clarify.
Micah (Part #8) starts chapter four by proving Micah repeats a prophecy by Isaiah before teaching that “all people will walk in the name of their god forever.” When will mankind beat their swords into plowshares? Why this reversal of prophesy? This lecture in our continuing series on Micah looks at Christ’s Parable of the Tares to prove He sends His angels to gather and burn weeds from Yahweh’s garden.
Micah (Part #7) proves Jerusalem is “the city that murders the prophets” by visiting the Gospels of Matthew and Luke to scrutinize Yahshua’s teachings on the matter. This continuing sermon lectures on His parables of the wedding feast and wicked husbandmen to confirm our Redeemer “would’ve gathered thy children together as a hen gathers her chickens under wing yet ye would not (Matthew 23:37).”
Micah (Part #6) continues our study by looking at eight detailed sins of the rulers of Israel outlined by Micah in the third chapter. This sermon proves Yahweh will abandon the iniquitous and refuse to answer their prayers oftentimes calling for authentic prophets to cease teaching. This continuance of Micah’s minor prophecies concludes by contrasting him to the spiritless artificial clairvoyants of his time.
Micah (Part #5) completes chapter two with Micah’s first Messianic prophecy concerning the regathering of Yahweh’s “heritage” the Israelite offspring. Why are our woman being cast from their pleasant houses today? Who will judge all nations rewarding the just and punishing the wicked? This tranquil sermon explains that Yahshua is the good Shepherd who severs the wicked from among the just.