All Ye Gods provides coverage on the entire 97th Psalm of king David to prove Yahweh is ultimate Judge of His Israelite people. Is there more than one god? What does the Bible define graven images as? If Light is sown for the righteous can wicked people ever see it? This upbeat sermon supplies listeners with a “physical description” of Yahweh (who is Spirit) and explains many key points relating to the first chapter of Genesis.
Ten Plagues of Yahweh confirms idol worship is forbidden by God before showing the correlation between each plague He sent to an Egyptian graven image. This Covenant Gathering broadcast teaches on the exchange between Moses and the hard-hearted Pharaoh while proving Yahweh made His “signs and wonders” manifest to both His faithful Israelites and the pagan Egyptians of the Old Testament.
Hatred of Iniquity confirms that Yahweh hates Esau and his Edomite offspring before outlining some of the forty-three specific things He commands Christians to abstain from because He dislikes them. Also covered in this recording is Paul’s teaching that Yahshua fulfilled the 45th Psalm that states; “Thou lovest righteousness and hatest wickedness therefore God hath anointed thee with oil of gladness.”
Story of Susanna is a sermon covering the entire apocryphal book (Goodspeed Translation) to teach the value of virtue under a corrupt government. This famous woman’s story can be applied to our lives today. Susanna remained truly righteous and withstood her serpentile accusers thus Yahweh sends Daniel the prophet to deliver true justice and proclaim the morality of this “daughter of Israel.”
Nahum (Part #2) continues our study into the book of the minor prophet by establishing the Assyrian is “the rod of Yahweh’s anger” from Isaiah 10:5 and more. Is this flesh ruler a type of Satan? Was Jonah correct in refusing to warn Nineveh? This sermon proves that while God will destroy a majority of faithless Ninevites according to this prophecy a remnant will be spared amongst His chosen Judean people.
Nahum (Part #1) provides background on the minor prophet and why he felt compelled to bring his “burden” to the unfaithful Ninevites. This series proves Jonah was correct in his warnings thus this introductory sermon explains several undeniable attributes of Yahweh like jealousy and rage (in addition to being fair and just). We also clarify several reasons Nahum makes no promises within his written prophecies.
Jonah: Reluctant Prophet (Part #2) completes our study on the minor prophet by explaining the transition of “whales” from masculine to feminine and naturally provides the timeless moral of his story. This second of two sermons proves that Jonah was a prefigure of the coming Redeemer thus genuine Israelites could recognize Yahshua’s approach depending on their familiarity of this gloomy narrative.
Jonah: Reluctant Prophet (Part #1) provides background on the book itself and clarification on the leading two chapters. This first of two sermons intended to prove the similarities between the actions of Jonah to Christ is inspired by His Words in Matthew 12:40; “A wicked and adulterous generation asks for a sign! But none will be given it except the sign of the prophet Jonah.” We describe this sign.