Christian Sorrow uses the scriptural examples of Hagar, David, Hannah, Martha, Jesus and Yahweh to teach on how to overcome feeling depressed or distressed during this apostate current era. Is it wrong to feel sorrow? Can this emotion be used for righteousness? This relaxed sermon attempts to clarify numerous reasons God oftentimes allows his unruly Israelite children to experience sorrow in life.
Father of Knowledge (Part #2) finalizes our double-study into Odes of Solomon 7:15-28 by explaining true education comes from the Father of Knowledge and usually isn’t found in secular universities. Excessive hatred and jealousy are both traits of ignorance thus this sermon into “the great and terrible Day of the Lord” showcases several lesser-known facts pertaining to Israel’s definitive judgment by Yahweh.
Father of Knowledge (Part #1) proves Christ is Yahweh by covering Odes of Solomon 7:1-14 highlighting the two inclinations of man. This introductory sermon of two parts shows that wise Solomon was extended grace to “learn Him” from the Father of Knowledge. True wisdom “is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easy to be entreated” (James 3:17) thus king Solomon taught similar to the disciples.