All Fools’ Sermon is a unique April Fool’s Day broadcast examining the topic of fools and foolishness in the Holy scripture. Our hope with this lecture is to aid in stopping the willful deception (or lies) against our people by starting with ourselves. This Covenant Gathering episode delves into the Psalms and Proverbs before scrutinizing two detailed parables of Yahshua; the Rich Young Fool and Five Foolish Virgins.
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.
Master and Servant is a brief lecture regarding absolute servitude in the Holy Bible. This relaxed sermon examines several sets of passages dealing with slavery and indebtedness before scrutinizing Jesus’ parable of the unprofitable servant found only in Luke 17:7-10. Yahweh does NOT thank His workers for doing what He commands thus this broadcast proves “No man can serve two masters (Matthew 6:24).”
What is Faith? is a sermon that answers the question solely from the pages of the New Testament and provides Christians with the Biblical definition of FAITH. Also scrutinized in this discourse are two parables of Christ regarding the coming Kingdom and faith which are both attributed to mustard seeds. This look at scriptural devotion is dedicated to increasing faith among the loyal seed of Israel’s race.
Unrighteous Mammon deals with an anti-world teaching of Christ found in Luke 16:11-12; “If ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches? And if ye have not been faithful in that which is another man’s who shall give you that which is your own?” Therefore this sermon clarifies the difference between Yahweh and “mammon” or valueless treasures.
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.
Satan the Enchanter examines the temptation of Christ from all four Gospels and attempts to provide a relatively complete overview of the children of Satan. How are tares different than wheat? Are we the literal children of Yahweh? This broadcast on Euro Folk Radio examines the three distinct “temptations” the Devil used against Yahshua and corrects the verses this adversary of God attempted to pervert.
As Sheep Going Astray examines Ist Peter 2:21-25 in light of Matthew 5:38-48 to prove the power of loving our personal enemies. This sermon about being wrongfully accused deals with the uncomfortable topics of “doing good to our people that hate us” and “blessing them who curse us.” We also prove Jesus added to the Old Testament law on ‘eye for eye’ and Peter instructs Christians to be perfected in love.
Parable of Two Sons is a special Father’s Day sermon exploring one of Yahshua’s lesser-known parables relating to different sons called to work the “vineyard” (meaning Yahweh’s people). This allegory is found only in the Gospel of Matthew 21:28-32 and explains that tax collectors and harlots will enter the Kingdom before the Pharisees thus we examine the apostle Matthew and the once-haunted Mary Magdalene.
Parable of the Treasure is only found in Matthew 13:44 and Thomas (saying 109) so this sermon proves the “hidden treasure” spoken about in this allegory are obedient Israelites comprising Christ’s Body. Also examined in this relaxed lecture are damning Gospel proverbs like “Wherever your treasure is there the desires of your heart will also be” and “the evil person out of his evil treasure brings forth more evil.”