The Seekers explains the recent termination of Covenant People’s YouTube channel while providing selected updates regarding the aftermath of James Wickstrom’s recent death. Is dual-seedline Christian Identity dead? What does our Orwellian future hold for truthful ministries? This simple sermon begins with a letter from a new subscriber before looking at what Christ teaches relating to the “seeking” from the Gospels.
Draw Me Not Away covers the entire 28th Psalm of king David to outline the model prayer against our own racial enemies. Who is our strength and shield? Can Yahweh’s people be counted alongside the wicked? Will all Israelites be saved by pedigree? Who is at the right hand of God (who is Spirit)? This sermon proves that all Israel will reap what they sow and there’s a small remnant found amongst His anointed.
A Stone of Stumbling proves Yahweh has a “royal priesthood” on earth that all accept Jesus as Christ. Can our Messiah be offensive to people? Who is the rock that the early builders rejected? Are the faithful saved by obedience or mercy? This expository-style sermon on the second chapter of Peter’s first epistle confirms in order for God’s people to see His Kingdom all must first repent and become as little children.
Two Sons & a Vineyard examines another overlooked parable of Christ found only in Matthew’s Gospel that could be considered a violation of the Mosaic Law. Are we allowed to defend ourselves from slander? Is there profit in making promises that don’t deliver? This lecture proves the egotistical have no problem stealing thus will never see Yahweh’s Kingdom while the humble or repentant enter through its gates first.
Pharisee VS Publican scrutinizes a rarer parable of Christ dealing with self-righteous leaders who tear others down in their feeble attempt to elevate themselves. Are we saved by following the Law? How does our righteousness appear before Yahweh? Why are tax collectors despised? This teaching of Emmanuel is only found in Luke’s Gospel and should be required listening for anyone lacking spiritual discernment.
Luke’s Special Parables is an admirable presentation on many of Christ’s teachings found only in Luke’s Gospel including The Good Samaritan, The Rich Fool, Parable of the Pounds and several more! Unfortunately it was also a failed live stream on YouTube mandating this full-length (and extended) release preserving the purest audio source of this lecture. Even with problems an asset to CPM’s series on LUKE!
Parables in Thomas inspects fourteen specific parables of Christ from the Gnostic “Gospel According to Saint Thomas” by comparing each allegory with the canonized King James Version. Are we faithful servants or wicked husbandmen? This relaxed sermon teaches His parables in reverse order of importance to expand upon Yahshua’s metaphorical teachings from the perspective of doubting Thomas.
Portrait of the King looks at our Redeemer being a seeker of the lost, a waiting father, the God of grace and a moral governor of all Israelite people from His parables as found in Luke’s Gospel. This Covenant Gathering broadcast scrutinizes Christ’s specific allegories of the lost sheep, lost coin, prodigal son, fruitless fig tree and goats to hopefully instill faith in those “lost sheep” that have yet to hear His voice.
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.
Valuation of Parables examines Yahshua’s allegories of the two sons, householder and marriage feast while attempting to defend the worth of these metaphors to Christian Identity. This Covenant Gathering broadcast aired exclusively on Euro Folk Radio and proves Yahweh’s Israelite people are His vineyard and they can often be mislead by false pastors. Technically the fourth and final lecture from the series.