Resurrection of the Dead tackles the Sibylline Oracles 2:196-251 to explain three precise aspects of divine Judgment; destruction by fire, judgment of mortals and resurrection from death. Who are the archangels Michael, Gabriel, Raphael and Uriel? This peaceful sermon revisits Ezekiel’s vision of the valley of dry bones and certain parables of Christ regarding the “signs” preceding His ultimate return.
Cosmic Judgment uses the Sibylline Oracles 3:669-701 to confirm both Ezekiel and Isaiah’s Old Testament teachings concerning “the Day of the Lord.” Do we truly know the Immortal being mortals? Why do the impious bathe in the blood of the Saints? These Gnostic Sibyls say “the dark abyss will appear to all” thus this relaxed sermon proves all nations will know Yahweh during a time of “Jacob’s trouble.”
Lost Gospel of Peter covers the entire extra-Biblical book and explains some ageless tactics Edomite tares use to conspire against the just. This EFR Covenant Gathering broadcast was preached early in the wake of TalkShoe’s unjustified deletion of many Christian Godcasts thus explains numerous contemporary similarities of the government’s persecution of the righteous during Peter’s post-Crucifixion events.
Apocalypse of Adam provides a detailed overview of this Gnostic book of futurist prophecy attributed to “the first man” Adam concerning Noah’s flood and the eventual return of the living Word. Explanation is provided on all eight chapters with particular prominence on the origin and return of our Illuminator (Jesus Christ) who set aside a particular racial bloodline to serve Him at the foundation of this earth age.
Parables in Thomas inspects fourteen specific parables of Christ from the Gnostic “Gospel According to Saint Thomas” by comparing each allegory with the canonized King James Version. Are we faithful servants or wicked husbandmen? This relaxed sermon teaches His parables in reverse order of importance to expand upon Yahshua’s metaphorical teachings from the perspective of doubting Thomas.
Apocalypse of Elijah provides an overview of the entire Gnostic book with emphasis on the final two chapters dealing with “that Man of Lawlessness” or the son of perdition. Is rapture a scriptural concept? This Covenant Gathering broadcast proves antichrist comes before Yahshua’s second advent persecuting the genuine church while showing many signs and wonders hoping to deceive the elect.
Hermas I (Visions) #10 completes Hermas’ forth vision and his first Gnostic book entirely. This Covenant Gathering broadcast covers The Shepherd of Hermas 4:9-4:29 which deals mostly with persecution of the church in every era yet finally finds “the shepherd” becoming a full-fledged prophet with specific instructions to educate the elect of Yahweh. Possibly the finale to our longest-running series ever!
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.”
Apocryphal Nativity scrutinizes Yahshua’s birth story by comparing the account from Matthew and Luke’s Gospels to several “Gnostic” tomes like the Protevangelion, Gospel of Mary and Infancy I. This seasonal lecture was preached Christmas Eve on the Euro Folk Radio network and is designed to explain the delivery of Christ from an alternative viewpoint other than ones found in our canonized KJV Bibles.
Hermas I (Visions) #9 continues our longest-running Gnostic series by explaining the three faces of “the holy church” and how they relate to our Christian walks. The ancient prophet Hermas was doubtful! Are you? This sermon covers The Shepherd of Hermas 3:101-4:9 which ends the third vision of the ivory tower being built and commences the fourth concerning “the great beast” leviathan and his locust armies.