War in Scripture provides a basic overview of warfare in both Testaments of the Bible while proving not only does Yahweh allow war but oftentimes commands it. Are Christians to thank veterans for their freedom? Why did Trump bomb Syria? Will any war of man ever be profitable? Many of these answers are provided in this energetic sermon designed to inspire Christian “soldiers” to war for Christ.
The Miracles of Peter scrutinizes nearly every wonder Peter did from the pages of the New Testament before he disappears from the book of Acts entirely. Who was this fisherman? What great feats did he achieve? How important is he to Christianity? This sermon confirms Yahshua’s purpose in calling this disciple “the rock” and why He claimed the gates of hell would not prevail against Peter’s “church.”
Solaric and Edenic Covenants attempts to explain the first two contracts made by Yahweh in scripture to the solar system and Adam and Eve before their fall from grace. Why was “man” told to replenish the earth? What was the tree of knowledge? This special release contains both air and studio versions due to this series cancellation yet the truths contained within are still very pertinent to the Christian walk.
Three Earth Ages attempts to explain the overthrow of the pre-Adamite world (or katabolé of Satan) from Genesis 1:1-2, Isaiah 14:1-14, Jeremiah 4:23-26, Ezekiel 28:11-17 and II Peter 3:5-6. Will man destroy the earth? What’s the difference between age and world? This Covenant Gathering broadcast clarifies why Yahweh ended the first earth age but did not bring “a full end” to those appointed.
Fellowship 101 is our yearly wrap-up broadcast that shares many statistics and numerous “highs and lows” for the ministerial year of 2016. This animated sermon explains the necessity of fellowshipping with the correct people and proves rebuking the apostate is often part of “walking in the Light.” This is the final Covenant People’s pulpit sermon for the year and it explains what apostasy to expect for 2017.
Unrighteous Mammon deals with an anti-world teaching of Christ found in Luke 16:11-12; “If ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches? And if ye have not been faithful in that which is another man’s who shall give you that which is your own?” Therefore this sermon clarifies the difference between Yahweh and “mammon” or valueless treasures.
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!
And All the Trees scrutinizes the importance of the Parable of the Fig Tree in relation to the return of Christ for judgment. Why did Yahshua command His followers to learn this teaching over all His others? What are the signs preceding the great and terrible Day of the Lord? This broadcast on Euro Folk Radio attempts to explain what our faithful should be looking for before the third and final earth age.
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.
As is the Earthy is an expository style sermon covering I Corinthians 15:45-50 (with support from Romans 8:14-18) to highlight the differences between the Adam created in the second chapter of Genesis and “the second Adam” which is Christ. This short lecture provides the blueprint of Christian rebirth and straightforwardly describes the necessity of resurrection solely from the writings of the latter apostle Paul.