A Form of Godliness looks at Paul’s second letter to Timothy 3:1-8 to explain several characteristics of “end time” Christians that deny the authentic power of Yahweh. Will Jesus return to this earth? How does God’s Law fit into our latter-day apostasy? The apostle Paul provides a list of behaviors that aid the faithful in spotting false prophets with “despisers of those that are good” being towards the very top.
Contend For the Faith! is an expository Covenant Gathering sermon proving the similarities between the complete epistle of JUDE to Enoch and Peter’s writings. Why does this New Testament author use Sodom, Cain, Balaam, Korah and Lucifer as examples? This “half-brother” of Christ warns that towards the finale of this age false prophets will work against Yahweh’s truth to further Satan’s agenda on earth.
Secrets of Answered Prayer looks at four ways the faithful can increase their chances of Yahweh pouring out His blessings in their personal lives. Does our Father answer every prayer? Is He bound to forgive sinners? This sermon highlights several New Testament commandments all concerning prayer and its necessity to Israelites today proving oftentimes it’s our “asking amiss” that causes unanswered prayer.
Titus (Part #2) concludes our two-part assessment of Paul’s New Testament letter by confirming what Bible teachers are supposed to instruct “elders” so they will share wisdom with the next generation of Israelites. This brief series on Paul’s epistle to Titus teaches Christians how to discern the works, teachings and doctrines of genuine pastors by comparing them to what teachers are forbidden from doing.
Titus (Part #1) begins our two-part examination of Paul’s third pastoral epistle by providing background on the book itself and clarifying under what circumstances it was wrote. This sermon covers the seventeen qualifications (and disqualifications) of being a preacher so the faithful can more easily understand what is required of Yahweh’s prophets and identify the imposter tare amongst our people with ease.
Ephesians (Part #12) completes our lengthy investigation of Paul’s writings by providing a concise summary of his entire letter before describing the Gospel panoply in detail. How can the faithful equip these pieces of “spiritual armor” today? What does each part represent? Paul closes his epistle by reminding the Ephesians “We wrestle not against flesh and blood but spiritual wickedness in high places.”
Philemon and Onesimus covers the entire epistle of Paul which emphasizes the importance of repentance and forgiveness. Onesimus once stole from Philemon yet became profitable to Paul in later life thus the result is this shortest (and most personal) of all Pauline letters. Every verse in the text is clarified because there is much the faithful can apply to their Christian walks taught in this New Testament book.
Ephesians (Part #11) continues to discuss the hierarchy of Yahweh by examining Paul’s commandments to children and servants. Why is God considered no respecter of persons? Who ultimately sees to our needs as a people? This sermon scrutinizes the fifth commandment from Exodus 20:12 and describes the promises that come with obedience to others which is likened unto obeying our Father Yahweh.
Ephesians (Part #10) mostly scrutinizes two politically incorrect commandments from Paul: “Wives submit yourselves unto your husbands” and “Husbands love your wives.” This sermon outlines the Christian family and nation by proving Paul instructed the Ephesians from the Old Testament regarding this “great mystery” of oneness. We are all members of one Body through Yahshua who is the church!
A Better Covenant uses Hebrews 8:1-13 to confirm Paul taught the final contract Yahshua brought was far superior to the Mosaic law. This sermon describes how the Old Testament law is not “done away with” but made perfected in Christ. This lecture in Paul’s epistle to the Hebrews explains how we have a “high priest” in Jesus and uses Jeremiah 31:31-34 to confirm the apostle taught the prophets.