Origin of Satan attempts to explain the roots of the serpent and how this rebel angel fell because of pride. Why did Yahweh create the Devil? What is Lucifer’s purpose on earth? What’s a katabole? This Covenant Gathering broadcast continues our inspection of Satan by looking at Ezekiel 28:11-17, Luke 10:18, II Peter 3:4-8 and Jeremiah 4:23-26 with additional quotes from the Book of Adam and Eve.
Doctrine of Satan proves our Christian adversary is literal and has many names in scripture. From the “serpent” in Genesis to the “dragon” in Revelation, this Covenant Gathering broadcast confirms Yahshua and His apostles waged war against Satan and his rebellious angels. Lucifer is scripturally described as a dragon or a fierce and cruel foe who is ever ready to devour our race if we refuse to resist him.
Prince of Politics will likely be an unpopular sermon as it attempts to provide an alternate viewpoint regarding the “victory” of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. Can the president-elect Trump be any type of “savior” when Yahweh forbids casting lots for men as our rulers (2 Chronicles 19:2, Psalm 1:1, Matthew 6:33, Proverbs 16:33)? Lucifer is the prince of this world’s politics and wars against the Saints!
Satan the Enchanter examines the temptation of Christ from all four Gospels and attempts to provide a relatively complete overview of the children of Satan. How are tares different than wheat? Are we the literal children of Yahweh? This broadcast on Euro Folk Radio examines the three distinct “temptations” the Devil used against Yahshua and corrects the verses this adversary of God attempted to pervert.
Who is Like the Beast? is an examination of Revelation 13:1-10 that explains the “beast” of Apocalypse and how it can be interpreted today. This relaxed sermon explains the whore of Babylon and the source of her power being the “dragon” (or Satan) and why so many worship the beast. What is the beast? Who can make war with the beast? This lecture attempts to give explanation mostly from Revelation.
Nahum (Part #4) completes our line-by-line analysis of the minor prophet’s warnings against the Ninevites by comparing the similarities of the queen of Nineveh to the whore of Babylon mentioned in Revelation. Can women preach or run for president? This fourth and final sermon on the book of Nahum examines Populous No (Ammon) and explains how witches and locusts usually represent demons in the Bible.
Nahum (Part #3) continues our coverage of Nahum’s prophecies pertaining to the ancient Ninevites. This segment confirms that Yahweh appoints both wicked and righteous rulers thus “the Assyrian” (also known as Satan) is sent to destroy the queen of Nineveh. An overview of lions in scripture is provided and some false gods are reviewed because this led up to the merchant city finally being annihilated.
First Earth Age is a relaxed sermon proving the earth’s first sinful career lead to the katabole of Satan. Discover why Adam was told to replenish the earth! Learn what image he was created in! Supporting passages from Genesis 1, Isaiah 14, Jeremiah 4, Ezekiel 11 and II Peter 3:5-6 all verify there was an order before this one yet “whereby the world (or age) that then was, being overflowed with water perished.”
Angels in Enoch is more a relaxed sermon detailing the similarities between Genesis 6:1-2 and the Book of Enoch 6:1-2 which both detail fallen angels taking Adamite wives under Satan’s leadership. Christ teaches “When the Son of Man returns, it will be like it was in Noah’s day” (Luke 17:26) making this study into rebel seraphs and their Nephilim offspring essential towards understanding the coming apostasy.
Parable of the Tares begins by covering the allegory from the Gospel of Thomas before comparing the narrative to Matthew’s version. This upbeat sermon proves Yahshua plainly taught Satan has literal children on earth that war with the Saints in fulfillment of the Protoevangelium (Genesis 3:15). Our Messiah provides explanation to His parable of the tares thus those that refute His details are antichrist!