Luke’s Unique Parables completes CPM’s two-part series examining allegories of Christ found only in Luke’s expansive Gospel. This fiery sermon covers Jesus’ parables of the Wedding Feast, Pharisee and Publican, Unjust Judge, Master and Servant, Lazarus and the Rich Man with the Unjust Steward! Meant to provide a basic overview on the travel narrative found solely in LUKE this speech may just edify you.
Questions of Ezra covers the entire apocryphal text while providing a fundamental overview on the major prophet himself. What happens when an Adamite dies? Is judgment of souls immediate or at a later date? Should the reaper be feared? This Armenian “lost book” details several questions raised by Ezra to an angel of Yahweh concerning death and the final abodes of both righteous and wicked seeds.
Apocalypse of Daniel provides essential overview on this Pseudepigraphal book with particular emphasis on chapters 7 to 14 which detail “the son of perdition” (or singular antichrist) who rises to power in old Jerusalem with aid from the jewish race. This upbeat sermon further proves judaism and Christianity have historically been opposed while exposing the worldview of dedicated Christians around 800 ad.
Way, Truth and Life is centered around one exclusive statement by Yahshua; “I am the way, the truth and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me” (John 14:6). Can Christ deniers see the Kingdom? Who is the great I AM? As a casual Bible study this sermon proves Christ taught “narrow is the way” and He was the “bread of life” thus our Redeemer fulfilled many facets of the Old Testament Law.
Prayer of Azariah covers the apocryphal manuscript “Song of the Three Children” which is considered a Greek addition to our Old Testament book of Daniel. This Covenant Gathering broadcast covers the renaming of the Hebrew children by eunuchs to Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego while explaining the exact point their lengthy prayer within the fiery furnace was chopped out of the original KJV text.
Enochian Angels attempts to give the Book of Enoch validity by explaining exactly who this prophet was from the canonized pages of Genesis, Hebrews and Jude’s epistle. This energized sermon mostly provides an alternative viewpoint on several reasons Yahweh sent a flood upon Noah’s day for great “lawlessness and mixing” even explaining what this historical narrative means to His faithful remnant.
Galatians (Part #10) deals with the apostle’s seemingly complex claim that “Jerusalem which is above is free which is the mother of us all.” In this sermon Paul uses both Hagar and Sarah as Old Testament allegories to represent the two covenants: one of faith the other by promise. Which is greater? How can the faithful reconcile Paul’s own statement “All Israel shall be saved” with his teachings in Galatians?
Mary’s Gospel revisits select passages from the Gospel of the Birth of Mary alongside the Protevangelion to verify the virgin’s steadfast virtue and equip listeners with lesser-known facts about her parents Joachim and Anna. This lecture confirms Mary’s Davidic bloodline while explaining some prophecies fulfilled in her conception, living within the temple and ultimately bringing forth Emmanuel “God with us.”
Susanna’s Story compares numerous similarities of ancient Babylon to our rebuilt version by covering the entire Apocryphal book of Susanna which is considered an “addition” to Daniel. This upbeat Covenant Gathering broadcast aired through EFR and proves that oftentimes men in authority abuse their positions but with total dependence upon God one can overcome by clinging to virtue over worldly lusts.
Galatians (Part #9) deals mostly with the apostle’s timeless statement; “Am I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth?” Is it forbidden under the new covenant to observe times? What is our initial consecration? In this sermon we scrutinize Paul’s teaching that legalizers wish to bring the faithful into bondage by using Yahweh’s Law and also verify it’s always proper to be a zealot for integrity.