The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (402) Sodom And Gomorrah is an EFR Pastors show featuring Andrew Carrington Hitchcock, Pastors Eli James, Dan Johns, Steve Anderson and Jeromy Visser discussing how close this “accepted” lifestyle in white race nations is today to Sodom and Gomorrah in scripture. An honest and strong EFR tape of fellowship that furnishes the listener for “the days of Sodom and Noe.”
The Miracles of Paul scrutinizes nearly every wonder this apostle does from the book of ACTS while attempting to prove several lesser-known facts about Paul from his own letters. An education on Saul and his conversion! This sermon confirms Paul was made an apostle by Christ Himself, accepted by the remaining disciples and taught three specific Old Testament Laws that other epistle writers avoided.
Fullness of the Spirit uses Paul’s letters to the Ephesians and Galatians to explain the eleven fruits and nine gifts of the Holy Spirit. This relaxed sermon clarifies the imparting of Yahweh’s Soul unto Adamkind before proving Christ’s own teachings regarding Christian living. By contrasting the lusts of the flesh with the works of the Spirit modern Christians can better arm themselves against any “spiritual” antichrist.
The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (192) Wickstrom: The Books | Brother Andy and Wick recorded this show on October 23rd and had no set agenda or plan for dialogue. Both men discuss whatever comes to mind and the result is an uplifting interview that allows Dr. James P. Wickstrom to share more about his past and express the importance of Yahweh’s written word for His Israelite sons and daughters today.
Joined To An Harlot showcases ten classes of sinful men not allowed entrance into Yahweh’s Kingdom directly from 1st Corinthians 1:10-29 and 6:9-20. Not everyone who believes in Yahshua will be spared. Paul’s list of iniquities that damn the soul coincide with Yahweh’s eternal Law thus this amateur sermon explains why fornication and adultery are seen as such grievous immoralities in the eyes of Jesus Christ.
Greater He In You scrutinizes 1st John 4 to show that Bible study alone is not sufficient to overcome false teachers – it requires discernment of the imparted Holy Spirit. Scripturally, both the sons of Yahweh and offspring of the serpent are literal thus loving John provides several ways of understanding who is genuine in addition to substantiating the importance of God’s Law (as opposed to dismissal of His morality).
Truth Shall Be Evil examines the methods of false teachers from 2nd Peter II to expose the tares sown in amongst the genuine. Why do fake brethren never debate their faulty premises? How come they spend so much time projecting outward? What are Yahweh’s thoughts on such men who judge His faithful? The once-denying follower Peter provides many of those answers in this tranquil condensed sermon.
Seven Things Not To Fear deals with seven things explicitly mentioned in scripture that are forbidden for Israelites to FEAR and shows how they’re all interlocked in some regard. Do you understand why we’re commanded to “Fear God?” Why would Solomon say fearing Yahweh is the whole duty of man? These answers are provided in this relaxed sermon that proves the wicked have no power over God’s children.
Turn O Backsliding! details the twenty-four requirements to be a PASTOR according to the third chapter of Jeremiah which promises Yahweh will provide His remnant teachers “according to His own heart” which shall “feed them with understanding.” Even if preaching isn’t your calling in life this sermon can be useful because it unapologetically describes the fruits of authentic pastors as opposed to false prophets.
DSCI For Dummies (Part #5) is a simplified look at the migrations of the tribe of Dan assembled from a variety of literary resources. Also discussed in this lengthy broadcast is Craig Cobb’s recent arrest for terrorism, upcoming projects from both The Christian Identity Forum and CPM in addition to ten bonus hand-picked Desert Island Verses centering around a personal or national “falling away” from faith.