New Testament Warnings looks at eighteen specific admonitions from the Bible and quizzes the listener on their scriptural familiarity. This Covenant Gathering broadcast uses only “new covenant” epistles to show the condition of Christ denying us, being cast into the lake of fire, knowing antichrist(s) and additional apostolic tenants while aiding the faithful in spotting false prophets in Christian Identity.
Lessons From Luke: The Resurrection of Christ is technically the sixth part from CPM’s mini-study on the existence of our kinsman Redeemer based mostly on Luke’s writings. What is Easter Sunday? What happened to the disciples? Should DSCI tolerate Easter bunnies? This sermon tells the resurrection story from all four Gospels and highlights the importance of this victory to the faithful seed of Israel’s race.
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.
What is Dual Seedline? scrutinizes four main doctrines that Christian Identity pastors “in-name-only” often use to lead their listeners directly into judaism. This Covenant Gathering broadcast looks at the seduction of Eve, reality of Satan, importance of baptism and use of Yahweh’s sacred Name and the modern jewish view of these teachings before confirming these teachings exist paradoxically in the Holy Bible.
Contend For the Faith! is an expository Covenant Gathering sermon proving the similarities between the complete epistle of JUDE to Enoch and Peter’s writings. Why does this New Testament author use Sodom, Cain, Balaam, Korah and Lucifer as examples? This “half-brother” of Christ warns that towards the finale of this age false prophets will work against Yahweh’s truth to further Satan’s agenda on earth.
Pernicious Ways uses the text of II Peter 2:1-3 to explain what drives false prophets to lie for “filthy lucre’s sake” and how Christians can overcome their deception. The Bible clearly teaches that the majority of our people would rather listen to fake teachers and only the elect of Yahweh will resist them. This lecture is designed to be a portable homily concerning false prophets and their untrue dogmas.
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.
Christian Desire (Part #2) continues to describe what faithful Christians should be wishing for by examining several New Testament passages proving hypocrites often flock to religion because they desire the glory of men. Yahshua our Messiah warns “Beware of the scribes, which desire to walk in long robes” (Luke 20:46) and even James informs that wars of men come from wicked desires (James 4:1).
Christian Desire (Part #1) clarifies the difference between want and desire by highlighting several passages of scripture that explain what the faithful should covet. Is there a secret to answered prayer? Is desire evil? This brief sermon provides a “want list” from three different New Testament authors proving desire itself is not sinful and Christians should seek to see their countries under Yahweh’s Law.
Speak the Oracles of God analyses Ist Peter 4:1-11 to establish that Christian suffering is to be expected from most people that follow “the will of the Gentiles.” Why are the faithful ostracized from their former companions once they accept Yahweh’s Law as authoritative? What is the only thing worth discussing? Peter explains His sheep should always have the Word of God in their replies to this unbelieving world.