Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #14) completes our study into the Gnostic book by teaching on Christ in the temple at twelve years old mesmerizing the learned men of Israel. This final sermon proves that Jesus was smarter than His teachers and explains why the childhood of Yahshua is rarely mentioned in canonized scripture. We conclude with Him initiating His ministry after baptism by John in the river Jordan.
Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #13) as a sermon focuses on teaching “every one who displeases Yahshua is killed” thus contains some of the harder narratives discussed in the Gnostic book. This segment finds the youthful Christ cursing and ultimately causing no less than three specific individuals to die. Also covered is reconfirmation of the fact that Jesus is the Living Word and mere man couldn’t educate Him.
Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #12) scrutinizes miracles attributed to Yahshua during His adolescence such as turning Israelites into literal “kids” (or baby goats) during a game of hide and seek. This sermon also finds Jesus commanding His followers to “curse and kill the serpent” thus support is found in the canonized books of Ezekiel, Daniel, John and Acts confirming facts in the manuscript of Infancy I.
Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #11) provides background on Jesus becoming a carpenter as a youth and explains some miracles He performed while working with His stepfather Joseph. Discussed is Yahshua’s creation of Golem in the “shape” of birds and giving them life to the chagrin of His enemies that dutifully complained. A brief overview of INFANCY I is offered as this series enters the third (and final) phase.
Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #10) deals solely with the topic of demonic possession providing insight into the childhood of Judas Iscariot (the Moabite betrayer). Established in this sermon are some names of Satan and clarification into how his “unclean spirit” is able to torment victims as a Legion of demons. Obviously, we revisit the Maniac of Gadara that Jesus dealt with in the fifth chapter of Mark’s Gospel.
Syriac Infancy Gospel (Part #9) scrutinizes the “Lady Saint Mary” using baby Yahshua’s bath water to heal a princess of leprosy in Bethlehem. Also considered is the healing of Bartholomew/Nathaniel to whom Christ would later say in John 1:47 “Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom is no guile!” This study into chapters 11 and 12 provides backdrop on some lesser-known miracles of Christ performed as an infant.
Place of Refuge uses Proverbs 14:26-27 to explain how a FEAR (or respect) of Yahweh should be a “home of sanctuary” to faithful Christians and provides updates on possible future sermons. Should we fear God or Satan? Seven examples of confident men from the Bible are showcased thus the second half of this broadcast revisits the Syriac Infancy Gospel to expose a lesser-known face of the Devil.
Father of Knowledge (Part #2) finalizes our double-study into Odes of Solomon 7:15-28 by explaining true education comes from the Father of Knowledge and usually isn’t found in secular universities. Excessive hatred and jealousy are both traits of ignorance thus this sermon into “the great and terrible Day of the Lord” showcases several lesser-known facts pertaining to Israel’s definitive judgment by Yahweh.
Father of Knowledge (Part #1) proves Christ is Yahweh by covering Odes of Solomon 7:1-14 highlighting the two inclinations of man. This introductory sermon of two parts shows that wise Solomon was extended grace to “learn Him” from the Father of Knowledge. True wisdom “is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easy to be entreated” (James 3:17) thus king Solomon taught similar to the disciples.