The Twelve Disciples is a Covenant Gathering broadcast that scrutinizes each apostle hand-picked by Christ by explaining their occupation, characteristic and known historical icon. Each part of the Israelite’s “spiritual nature” from love to betrayal are represented in these extraordinary men therefore this lecture attempts to provide listeners with a portable overview of Yahshua’s most well-known followers.
Bible Doctrine of Sin begins by defining iniquity as “Everyone who commits sin also breaks the law because sin is the breaking of law (I John 3:4)” before teaching on the means, purpose, immutability, obligation, requirements, basis and extent of Yahweh’s Law. This legalistic episode of The Covenant Gathering proves only obedient Israelites will ultimately be permitted entrance into Yahweh’s imminent Kingdom.
Bowels of Compassion continues to use Ist John 3:14-24 to stress the significance of obeying Yahweh’s eternal Law. John’s letters help the faithful to distinguish between the children of God and the offspring of Satan by focusing on the deeds of particular people. This sermon quotes the Gospels several times to prove the loving apostle John taught adherence to His Law is pleasing to our heavenly Father.
What Manner of Love! uses the structure of Ist John 3:1-15 to prove the importance of brotherly love. The apostle John says “whoever hates his brother is a murderer and has no eternal life” making this racial investigation into abiding within Christ imperative to the Christian walk. It is the very act of love that differentiates and defines Yahweh’s children on earth allowing the Saints to recognize one another.
Christian Hate is a distinctive Covenant Gathering broadcast dealing with the Biblical topic of HATE that clarifies several teachings of Christ regarding hatred. Yahweh hates Esau and his bloodline! Yahshua hates the deeds of the Nicolaitans! This sermon showcases numerous Proverbs of David relating to dislike proving under the New Testament faithful Christians are commanded to hate all forms of evil.
Biblical Gratitude is a special Thanksgiving sermon outlining what Christians should be grateful for. This sequel to “Biblical Thanksgiving (2015)” provides more scriptures from both Testaments confirming that Yahweh and Yahshua should be exalted above everything else. The truly repentant will have gratitude for the Blood sacrifice of Christ by default thus this broadcast teaches humility for the holiday.
What Is Charity? is an exposition on I Corinthians 13:1-13 that explains genuine Christian love. If God is love (1 John 4:8) can atheists express sincere charity? How should Christians care for one another? Is love greater than faith or hope? In this letter the apostle Paul says “we see through a glass darkly” but can often forget our genuine image if we refuse to repent when convicted by Yahweh’s Word.
Christian Desire (Part #2) continues to describe what faithful Christians should be wishing for by examining several New Testament passages proving hypocrites often flock to religion because they desire the glory of men. Yahshua our Messiah warns “Beware of the scribes, which desire to walk in long robes” (Luke 20:46) and even James informs that wars of men come from wicked desires (James 4:1).
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.
Christian Desire (Part #1) clarifies the difference between want and desire by highlighting several passages of scripture that explain what the faithful should covet. Is there a secret to answered prayer? Is desire evil? This brief sermon provides a “want list” from three different New Testament authors proving desire itself is not sinful and Christians should seek to see their countries under Yahweh’s Law.