Fear Yahweh! (Part #2) mainly uses the New Testament Pauline epistles to clarify more benefits of “fearing” our immortal Creator. Does Yahweh respect any living Israelite? Can the faithful work out their own salvation with fear and trembling? This continuing sermon goes to the books of Romans, Ephesians, Philippians, Corinthians and Hebrews to prove no two people on earth are truly identical nor equal.
Fear Yahweh! (Part #1) mostly uses Solomon’s Old Testament book of Proverbs to explain several benefits of “fearing God and keeping His commandments” (Ecclesiastes 12:13). Are Christians to live in fear or respect of their Creator? Do these commandments even apply to our era? This first sermon establishes the whole duty of man before proving all wisdom and understanding begins with “the fear of the Lord.”
O Praise Yahweh looks at the 117th Psalm which states “O praise the Lord, all ye nations: praise him, all ye people. For his merciful kindness is great toward us: and the truth of the Lord endureth for ever. Praise ye the Lord.” Considered the shortest Psalm and literally the middle of the Bible this expository sermon on both verses slackly explains who Gentiles are and how this song fits elsewhere in scripture.
Identity in Christ (Part #2) completes our two-part series by scrutinizing the final four steps in identifying ourselves with Yahshua; taking up our cross daily, walking in the Spirit, constant Bible study and being consecrated to help our people. This second of two sermons will equip new listeners to the DS Identity message with the simple basics of Christian living and implant faith within Yahweh’s living progeny.
Identity in Christ (Part #1) looks at the first four steps of eight in identifying ourselves with Yahshua; making proper confession, crucifying the old man, having faith in Him and walking in the Light. This first of two sermons on Christian living is meant to equip new listeners to the Identity message with basic dual-seedline doctrine and instructs the faithful in how to withstand Satan-el and his bastard offspring.
Speak the Oracles of God analyses Ist Peter 4:1-11 to establish that Christian suffering is to be expected from most people that follow “the will of the Gentiles.” Why are the faithful ostracized from their former companions once they accept Yahweh’s Law as authoritative? What is the only thing worth discussing? Peter explains His sheep should always have the Word of God in their replies to this unbelieving world.
Abide in Christ compares Ist John 2:26-28 to Ist Corinthians 2:9-16 to prove both John and Paul taught the faithful must have the mind of Jesus Christ. This relaxed sermon regarding the anointing of the Holy Spirit and righteous judgment is designed to strengthen our Christian walks by explaining “he that is spiritual judges all things ( especially “seducing” ministers ) yet he himself is judged of no worldly man.”
Third Epistle of John begins by providing a brief background on the disciple John’s conversion from a “son of thunder” into the “apostle of love” before covering his entire third letter. Veiled within this sermon is an explanation of the recent CPM Notice and a comparison of genuine brothers in Christ to false ministers. John’s main focus in old age was truth and love therefore this program explains CPM’s future.
Second Epistle of John covers the apostle’s entire letter and explains what the word “antichrist” means. This missive written to the “elect lady” warns future believers of many deceivers and antichrists that refuse to abide in the doctrine of Christ. Loving John not only taught that the faithful show their love to Yahweh by loving one another but also commands we refuse hospitality to those who twist scripture.
A Thief in the Night inspects the return of Christ from II Peter 3:3-14 to prove it comes at a time when the world least expects. Peter says before Yahshua’s second advent many will walk after their own lusts feeling “God is dead” thus unashamed. This sermon establishes God’s time table regarding His end-time prophecies and commands faithful sheep to always be “hasting” the coming Day of the LORD.