Holy War 2017 is a special Memorial Day EFR broadcast scrutinizing the topic of WAR in the Bible. This important sermon looks at Abram warring against the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah and how Phineas pleased Yahweh by staying the plague against Israel. Meant to inspire patriotism in our holy race this lecture deals with the memorializing of veterans compared to actual warfare as taught in the Holy Bible.
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.
Encounters with Angels (Part #1) is the first of two sermons devoted to scrutinizing Biblical examples of people that dealt with literal angels. By looking at the stories of Hagar, Lot, Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Balaam, Joshua, Gideon, Samson’s mother and Elijah (with their specific dealings concerning Yahweh’s angelic host) the listener can compare these feats to that of men and “entertain angels” as instructed.
War in Scripture provides a basic overview of warfare in both Testaments of the Bible while proving not only does Yahweh allow war but oftentimes commands it. Are Christians to thank veterans for their freedom? Why did Trump bomb Syria? Will any war of man ever be profitable? Many of these answers are provided in this energetic sermon designed to inspire Christian “soldiers” to war for Christ.
The LORD Reigns! is an expository sermon dealing with the entire 97th Psalm which teaches “You who love Yahweh hate evil.” According to this song of David “Light is sown for the righteous” thus this lecture attempts to explain why all who boast in worthless idols will be put to shame. We also examine the title “lord” and learn that Yahweh is in control of all things including the seasons and weather.
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.
Jacob Have I Loved explains why Esau was hated by Yahweh and proves his brother Jacob was fancied because he contended for the birthright. Was trickery involved in Jacob’s blessing? What did Esau do to anger God? This broadcast of The Covenant Gathering aired on Euro Folk Radio and uses the non-canonized books of Jasher 27:8-14, 2nd Esdras 6:9 and Jubilees 19:10-23 to verify Edom is cursed.
Joel (Part #8) concludes our eight-part series on the minor prophet Joel by explaining the material blessings restored to the Israelite saints who rule with Yahweh in the Kingdom. This final sermon uses Ezekiel 47:1-12 to explain the “rivers of Judah” that separate the heathen from the new Jerusalem where Yahweh dwells as “the Lord is there” (Adonai-Shammah). Updates regarding CPM are towards the end.
Joel (Part #7) explains why when Yahshua returns it’s equated to “treading a winepress” due to Him being baptized (or fully immersed) in the blood of His enemies. Where will Christ descend? Why is He considered “dipped in blood” (Revelation 19:13)? This sermon showcases the judgment of God against heathen nations and them being forever cast away from the people of Israel and city of Jerusalem.