Sons of Korah provides a basic overview on these descendants of Esau and “the gainsaying of Core” before covering the entire 49th Psalm of David which he dedicated to them. Who are these sons of Korah? Does their influence still exist today? Are we at the dawn of a new age? This sermon provides updates on the future of Covenant People’s Ministry during the upcoming woes Yahweh has promised.
Hatred of Iniquity confirms that Yahweh hates Esau and his Edomite offspring before outlining some of the forty-three specific things He commands Christians to abstain from because He dislikes them. Also covered in this recording is Paul’s teaching that Yahshua fulfilled the 45th Psalm that states; “Thou lovest righteousness and hatest wickedness therefore God hath anointed thee with oil of gladness.”
Obadiah (Part #2) concludes our two-part examination of the minor prophet’s condemnation of the Edomites by explaining several more reasons Yahweh must destroy them and who exactly He uses to accomplish their demolition. Esau attempted to murder his brother Jacob / Israel thus his attempts at thwarting the Will of Yahweh is rewarded with flame and fire in “the great and terrible Day of the Lord.”
Obadiah (Part #1) begins our two-part examination of the minor prophet by establishing the background of Esau and his cursed Edomite offspring. Yahweh hates Edom and loves Israel! Why? Obadiah’s intention was to condense several prophecies concerning Esau (and his many sins against his brother Jacob) during “the Day of the Lord” so faithful Christians can be assured our enemy will be destroyed.
Esau Have I Hated covers highlights from the book of the minor prophet Malachi by establishing Yahweh still loves Jacob (the Israelites) and literally hates Esau (the Edomites). There are false prophets among our people! God will curse the deceiver and his offspring! This sermon provides a brief overview of the Old Testament book and attempts to show many parallels to the four New Covenant Gospels.
Malachi (Part #4) concludes our four-part examination of the minor prophet by scrutinizing “God robbers” who steal tithes and offerings from Yahweh. Is the law of Moses now obsolete? What are the specific sins of Israel? This final sermon inspects the closing prophecies given to the Israelites before the coming of John the Baptist (the spirit of Elijah) and our very Redeemer (messenger of the new covenant).
Malachi (Part #3) looks at the specific sins of Judean priests during the time of Malachi like whoring after foreign women and claiming Yahweh approves of sin. Are there God robbers amongst us? Do phony priests call good evil and vise versa? This third sermon scrutinizes the coming of the spirit of Elijah being John the Baptist who offered “water” as a step to overcome the “fire” of His return (Matthew 11:14).
Malachi (Part #2) continues our examination of the final book of the Old Testament proving the rebuilt temple remained polluted even after Christ “cleansed” it five hundred years later. What are the views of God concerning divorce? Can the blood of he-goats truly cleanse us from sin? This sermon deals with six disputes of Yahweh against His Israelites confirming the final Levitical covenant had been corrupted.
Malachi (Part #1) begins a four-part study on the minor prophet by demonstrating Yahweh abhors Esau and his Edomite offspring forever (Romans 9:13) and the prophecies Malachi gives are against sinful Israelites and their priests. Are Christians allowed to hate like our King? This opening segment provides background on the book and confirms Yahweh will curse all deceivers that despise His sacred Name.
Who is Moab and Ammon? provides a complete overview of the Moabites and Ammonites by covering their creation through incest by Lot and their withstanding the Israelites during their tribal wanderings. Who is Baal-Peor and what are temple prostitutes? Also covered is king Balak’s hiring of Balaam the false prophet and several reasons these two abominable clans will never see the Kingdom of Yahweh.