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.
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.
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.
He That Soweth Discord proves that Yahweh hates those who needlessly cause conflict amongst His people by using Proverbs 6:16-19 with supporting passages from Paul’s epistle to the pagan Romans. We’re instructed to “mark” those that cause divisions as false prophets don’t possess the ability to love nor be unified with the Saints thus this short sermon aids in recognizing behaviors that God loathes.
Unto Us A Child Is Given arranges the Gospels of Luke and Matthew as a single narrative to present the “uncut” version of the Nativity story on Christmas evening. From Gabriel’s annunciation to the virgin Mary to Herod’s “slaughter of the innocents” this lengthy sermon expands upon a lecture preached five years earlier to highlight several lesser known facts about the birth of Jesus Christ: King of ALL Israel.
Joachim and Anna revisits the Gospel of Mary 1:1-6 (and the Protevangelion 2:1-10) to establish that the parents of the virgin Mary were patient when requesting a daughter from Yahweh. Also showcased are the similarities between the teachings of Jesus and His “grandparents according to the flesh” Joachim and Anna. This is considered a precursor to our upcoming Nativity sermon scheduled for Christmas.
Yahweh Joins Together looks at our Messiah’s thoughts and teachings on marriage, divorce and adultery from the Gospel of Mark 10:1-12. Surveyed are hypocritical Pharisees that attempted to trick Jesus using the Law of Moses and how exactly He dealt with (and eventually overcame) them. Marital advice is provided as well as commentary on the current state of marriage in today’s rebuilt Babylon.
The Breath of Life looks deeper at the Holy Spirit and forgiveness by using Isaiah 57:14-21 to prove Yahweh imparts a piece of His own Spirit ONLY to those He chooses. Is everybody “equal” in Yahweh’s eyes? We also probe Romans 8:28-29 to see how genuine Christians never fear men and further explain how to have compassion for the repentant using the pattern laid out by our heavenly Father.
The Spirit Is Truth! reexamines the first letter of John 5:1-9 to establish that Yahweh’s Law is not only applicable for today’s sickened society but the very answer to many of Israel’s current tribulations. This cheery sermon discusses the scriptural reality of the “trinity” in order to instruct Christian Identists on how to overcome their daily obstacles through faith in God’s unchanging (and eternal) Word.