A Form of Godliness looks at Paul’s second letter to Timothy 3:1-8 to explain several characteristics of “end time” Christians that deny the authentic power of Yahweh. Will Jesus return to this earth? How does God’s Law fit into our latter-day apostasy? The apostle Paul provides a list of behaviors that aid the faithful in spotting false prophets with “despisers of those that are good” being towards the very top.
Bible Doctrine of Sin begins by defining iniquity as “Everyone who commits sin also breaks the law because sin is the breaking of law (I John 3:4)” before teaching on the means, purpose, immutability, obligation, requirements, basis and extent of Yahweh’s Law. This legalistic episode of The Covenant Gathering proves only obedient Israelites will ultimately be permitted entrance into Yahweh’s imminent Kingdom.
Pharisee and the Publican explains Yahshua’s parable about humility with supporting verses from Psalm 135:2, Isaiah 1:15 and Matthew 23:12. Why was Yahweh more pleased with the sinful tax collector? Did the Pharisee have any good intentions? This humbling allegory of Christ is found only in the Gospel of Luke 18:9-14 and clarifies the need for repentance and meekness when serving our heavenly Father.
Parable of the Pharisee examines Yahshua’s teaching against self-righteousness found only in the Gospel of Luke 18:10-14. This sermon reminds the faithful that we must be meek at all times and resist the Pharisee (or “separatist”) that condemns his own people. Christ says the meek inherit the earth thus this lecture provides several reasons why and delivers several distinguishable characteristics of the hypocrite.
Titus: Slow Bellies scrutinizes seventeen qualifications and disqualifications of being a teacher of Yahweh’s Word directly from Paul’s epistle. Can Christian preachers have more than one spouse? Are they allowed to participate in drunken revelry? This sermon attempts to highlight several differences between genuine and deceitful prophets by looking at Paul’s established church hierarchy as outlined in scripture.
What’s the “Unforgivable Sin?” uses blocks of the text of Mark’s Gospel Chapters 2 and 3 in addition to Saint Matthew 12 in order to confirm that Yahshua Messiah Himself has already defined what “blasphemy against the Holy Spirit” is. Why is this sin never forgiven and what is it? This upbeat sermon attempts to answer one of the most disputed doctrines in Christian Identity and does so with fervor! (Choppy audio).
Serpents and Worms (Part #2) concludes this two-part examination by focusing solely on WORMS and their usage in prophecy and holy writ in general. This sermons deals with the god-tripping Herod being snuffed out by a cherub and the apostle Peter’s dealings with angels in the New Testament book of Acts. Included is a squat preview of the upcoming Obie & Visser show dealing with Halloween.
Neither Could They Blush looks deeper at a prophecy concerning Judah found in Jeremiah 8:4-12 regarding apostate brethren at the time it was written and most assuredly during today’s backslidden age. Also discussed are the many reasons ruddy Adamites can oftentimes lose their ability to “show blood in the face” or blush by becoming so apostate they believe Yahweh’s Laws don’t pertain to them.
Leaven of the Pharisees inspects Jesus’ teachings in the Gospel of Luke 12:1-12 regarding “the yeast of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy” and briefly touches upon the unforgivable sin which seemingly causes much controversy within Christian Identity. This sermon proves that genuine Israelites will not shrink back at hearing the name of Yahshua and in return have a mediator during the Day of the Lord.
Sin in Psalms examines Yahweh’s feelings towards the lawless by first defining SIN in His Word. This study opens in the book of Job then proceeds to showcase vital passages pertaining to wickedness from king David’s Psalms all establishing that evil men “reap what they sow” and are always judged according to their own desires. Most importantly we verify Christians should pray against the devil’s seed.