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.
This Poor Man Cried is a complete study on the 34th Psalm of David pertaining to deliverance from ALL problems. This musical Psalm provides the conditions of obtaining freedom and holds a Messianic prophecy later fulfilled by Yahshua “He keepeth all his bones: not one of them is broken.” This peaceful sermon is dedicated to all Israelites in distress and we pray this study will provide them personal comfort.
End of the Law? scrutinizes the apostle Paul’s statement “Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth” (Romans 10:4) and explains which covenant was replaced (or fulfilled) in detail. Was Paul antinomian? Are Christians free from Yahweh’s Law? What is the Biblical definition of sin? This “rainy Sunday” sermon provides these answers and proves Christian are bound to the Word.
Shadrach, Meshach & Abednego uses the text of Daniel 3:8-28 to prove that it was faith in Yahweh’s Word that helped to deliver “the three children” from a fiery death in Nebuchadnezzar’s furnace. This sermon shows similarities between ancient Babylon and today’s rebuilt version of it by confirming almost every ruler of men eventually desires to become revered as a lowercase “god” himself.
Gospel of Thomas (Part #2) continues our study into the early Christian, non-canonical “sayings-gospel” of Jesus Christ by covering the next twenty-one passages. Clarification is provided on some of the more difficult verses from this text that deal with man’s “spiritual drunkenness” and the darkness of living without our Messiah. Updates on current events and recent projects at CPM are supplied.
The “999” Jubilee Event was a 12-hour Christian Identity marathon (dedicated to fasting and prayer) hosted by Pastors Eli James and William Finck on September 9th, 2009. This specific two-hour segment contains all three Bible teachers discussing the importance of forgiveness and personal repentance in today’s apostasy. If you missed this crucial CI event, be sure to download the audio now!
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God or Mammon? centers around the teaching that Christians can NOT serve both the world’s desires and Yahweh God at the same time. For this same reason, this unique study scrutinizes the entire thirteenth chapter of Romans in order to establish that not all earthly rulers are worthy of our “tribute.” This sermon centers around Peter’s teaching that we ought to obey God rather than man (Acts 5:29).
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Called By My Name uses the text of 2nd Chronicles 7:14 and the Book of Enoch 97:8-10 to explain how Yahweh answers the Christian’s prayer and can heal our land through the act of national repentance. This unique sermon also discusses recent events like the deaths of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett in addition to the current “Hate Crime Bill” being considered by the United States Congress.
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Ten Commandments (Part #3) examines the seventh, eighth and ninth commands of God providing listeners with a brief overview of Yahweh’s Law from a dual-seedline Christian Identity perspective. Thanks to the Turner Radio Network these three “shorts” done for Aryan Nations Revival have reached thousands of Christians by internet and countless more near New York City through the airwaves.
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