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.”
Blood of the Prophets explains Christ’s teachings concerning the Old Testament seers before confirming that every “major” diviner taught on two advents while every “minor” taught regarding the Redeemer Himself. What exactly is a prophet? Are there any yet to come? This Covenant Gathering broadcast showcases the oneness of Yahshua and Yahweh by looking at what Shepherd truly gathers the sheep.
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.
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.”
Is Christ Racist? inspects several Old Testament prophecies pertaining to the birth of Yahshua before examining His statement “I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matthew 15:24). Does the Blood of Christ cleanse “all who believe” or a specific race of people? If Yahweh’s Law was only given to Israelites can non-covenant people be saved from it? This lively sermon tries to explain.
Parable of the Burglar scrutinizes “the unforgivable sin” by studying Yahshua’s parable taught in Matthew, Mark, Luke and the Gospel of Thomas (saying 35). Christians understand that adulteration or miscegenation are forbidden by God yet are they truly unpardonable? This sermon proves that scripture itself teaches on self-defense and even approves of war against the enemy when defending our racial brethren.
Old Things Passed Away is a sermon using Peter’s 2nd epistle (in addition to Isaiah and three letters from Paul) to prove Christians must die to self in order to keep their pledges. Being the first CPM sermon of the year 2016 the main focus of this homily is “forgiving self” because this allows Yahweh to make us new creatures. We must be equipped with the correct strength to keep our New Year resolutions.
Heart Waxed Gross is an expository style sermon from the Covenant People’s Archives that almost didn’t see release due to the hyperactive preaching and poor audio recording within. This animated study from Isaiah 6 into why Yahweh blinds some people (and chooses others) proves that our Messiah did NOT come for the entire world but rather a specific group with the ability to understand His perfect words.