Luke’s Special Parables is an admirable presentation on many of Christ’s teachings found only in Luke’s Gospel including The Good Samaritan, The Rich Fool, Parable of the Pounds and several more! Unfortunately it was also a failed live stream on YouTube mandating this full-length (and extended) release preserving the purest audio source of this lecture. Even with problems an asset to CPM’s series on LUKE!
Portrait of the King looks at our Redeemer being a seeker of the lost, a waiting father, the God of grace and a moral governor of all Israelite people from His parables as found in Luke’s Gospel. This Covenant Gathering broadcast scrutinizes Christ’s specific allegories of the lost sheep, lost coin, prodigal son, fruitless fig tree and goats to hopefully instill faith in those “lost sheep” that have yet to hear His voice.
Encounters with Angels (Part #2) is the second of two lectures examining scriptural instances of people that had dealings with Yahweh’s heavenly host. This concluding broadcast looks at New Testament examples like Mary Magdalene, Zechariah, the virgin Mary, the “nativity” shepherds, the remaining apostles, Phillip, Cornelius, Peter and Paul while establishing angels intervened within their lives.
Word Power is a distinctive sermon because it allows Pastor Visser to discuss his ministerial past in light of president Trump’s recent support for the state of Israel before looking at the strength of words that we speak. This upbeat Covenant Gathering episode looks at numerous Bible verses from both Testaments all proving the importance of Yahweh’s “Word” in overcoming the eventual battle of Armageddon.
Dealing with Sin provides the Biblical definition of “sin” and proves Christ taught Yahweh’s Law is in effect before Pastor Visser equips listeners with ten New Testament verses regarding repentance. Are we “once saved always saved?” How do we walk in the Holy Spirit? This short homily will help the lost sheep of the house of Israel take steps to ensure forgiveness and be able to “go and sin no more (John 8:11).”
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.
With the Pure is a distinctive sermon detailing Christian suffering from the non-canonized book of I Clement 20:1-17 for Christmas Day. Meant to be an extension with explanation of scriptural points raised in “Apocryphal Nativity” this upbeat lecture explains Saint Clement’s statement “With the pure thou shalt be pure and with the elect thou shalt be elect but with the perverse man thou shalt be perverse.”
Christian Hate is a distinctive Covenant Gathering broadcast dealing with the Biblical topic of HATE that clarifies several teachings of Christ regarding hatred. Yahweh hates Esau and his bloodline! Yahshua hates the deeds of the Nicolaitans! This sermon showcases numerous Proverbs of David relating to dislike proving under the New Testament faithful Christians are commanded to hate all forms of evil.
Cost of Discipleship outlines the price Christians pay to genuinely follow Christ from a teaching found only in Luke 14:25-33. This brief sermon stresses the importance of loving this world less than Yahweh and clarifies why Yahshua teaches; “Whoever comes to me and does not hate his father and his mother and his brothers and his sisters and his wife and his children and even himself, he cannot be my disciple.”
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.