Micah (Part #4) deals with Micah rebuking Israelites “that work evil on their beds in the morning” by coveting property meant to be an heritage to Yahweh’s people. Are there evil Saxons? Who profits from sin? What does heritage mean? This sermon visits the prophets Amos, Hosea, Isaiah and Lamentations to specifically outline these rewards in an attempt to show their correlation to our current era.
Micah (Part #3) is more a “between the chapters” overview highlighting Yahweh’s marriage, divorce and eventual reconciliation of His bride the Israelites. Meant to expand upon the foundation of the previous two segments, this animated lecture equips the listener for chapter two by examining Christ teaching the Pharisees about marriage and how they relate to “the beginning” or Genesis of Adamkind.
Micah (Part #2) continues our study on the minor prophet by looking at each specific township Micah rebukes in his first chapter while clarifying some reasons why. Who is the mother of us all? This sermon provides background on the establishment of both Samaria and Jerusalem from the Old Testament “historical” books even confirming many Edomite Pharisees needed rebuke by our Messiah in God’s temple.
Micah (Part #1) provides a complete overview on the minor prophet while proving the value of this Old Testament book to the teachings of Christ in the Gospels. Who was Micah? Is idol worship a reality today? Why is Yahweh a consuming fire? This introductory sermon explains several reasons Micah wrote his prophecies against the unruly Israelites of his time and how they relate to our current era.
Mother’s Day Sermon is a special Covenant Gathering broadcast scrutinizing the motherhood of Eve, Sarah, Rebekah, Jochebed, Hannah, Bathsheba, Elizabeth and Mary. From “the mother of all living” (Genesis 3:20) to “the mother of us all” (Galatians 4:26) this lecture is meant to explain Yahweh’s intention for creating women and further prove the importance of motherhood to the Abrahamic covenant.
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.
Joel (Part #6) uses the Gospel teachings of Yahshua and the book of Daniel to explain that the spurious messiah comes before the second advent showing “signs and wonders” to deceive the elect. This continuation of our look at the minor prophet Joel proves that only a remnant among Israel will overcome the locust armies and demonstrates exactly who sends this plague upon Jerusalem for judgment.
Joel (Part #5) mostly deals with the destruction of Yahweh’s enemies before “the Day of the Lord” (or return of Christ). This sermon compares the devastation of the locust armies to God’s ability to do greater works during His restoration of the Israelite people. Our Father says “I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh and your daughters shall prophecy” therefore this discourse attempts to explain why.
Joel (Part #4) explains the four stages of the locust armies that Yahweh unleashes upon Israelite people who forget Him. Questions are answered in this sermon! Also clarified is how Eve was sexually seduced by the serpent (II Corinthians 11:2-4) and how Paul taught against the rapture doctrine because the Antichrist “king” obviously comes BEFORE the Day of the Lord (II Thessalonians 2:9-10).