Two Sons & a Vineyard examines another overlooked parable of Christ found only in Matthew’s Gospel that could be considered a violation of the Mosaic Law. Are we allowed to defend ourselves from slander? Is there profit in making promises that don’t deliver? This lecture proves the egotistical have no problem stealing thus will never see Yahweh’s Kingdom while the humble or repentant enter through its gates first.
Holy Enmity is an exclusive WWCR broadcast of Intel Update providing overview on Isaac’s two sons Jacob and Esau. Did Israel (the man) trick his father for the firstborn’s blessing? Are the faithful remnant to detest anything? Why is Edom considered forever hated by Yahweh God? This upbeat sermon examines every known quote claiming “Esau became modern Jewry” yet also confirms NO Saxon confirmations exist.
Pharisee VS Publican scrutinizes a rarer parable of Christ dealing with self-righteous leaders who tear others down in their feeble attempt to elevate themselves. Are we saved by following the Law? How does our righteousness appear before Yahweh? Why are tax collectors despised? This teaching of Emmanuel is only found in Luke’s Gospel and should be required listening for anyone lacking spiritual discernment.
Insects in Scripture inspects fourteen specific “creeping things” created by Yahweh and the metaphorical meaning behind each bug of the Bible. Who or what are the locust armies? Why did Christ give us power over scorpions? Are there spiders in the palaces of kings? This unique broadcast aired on Worldwide Christian shortwave Radio to present listeners a complete overview of pests in the King James Version.
Fear Yahweh! (Rev-Ed) visits the apostle John’s epistles and gloomy book of Apocalypse to continue scrutinizing the importance of reverencing our Creator during the “day of the Lord.” Is God only love? How do we know a faithful brother? This third sermon confirms that Yahweh only rewards those that “fear” His Name during judgment therefore casually explains what this Biblical word means in Hebrew and Greek.
Ten Angelic Truths substantiates lesser-known facts concerning Yahweh’s heavenly host from the New Testament. Do angels have wings? Who created these thrones and dominions? Will these proverbial “stars” fall again? Does Satan rule this earth? This unique WWCR broadcast proves the longevity of the archangels Gabriel and Michael even revisiting the 91st Psalm in order to expose another tactic of the serpent seed.
Kingdom Parables is a distinctive WWCR broadcast showcasing three of Yahshua’s most well-known parables relating to the coming Kingdom of Yahweh. This upbeat sermon explains why Christ claimed to only come unto Israelites (being our Good Shepherd) thus clarifies how His faithful sheep need to obtain proverbial “pearls of great price” in order to pass through one of the twelve gates of the coming new Jerusalem.
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.”
Lost Gospel of Peter scrutinizes every verse of this “lost book” while providing a supplementary overview of the disciple himself. Who was Petros? Why was he considered the rock which Christ will build his church upon? What does he have to do with Petra, Edom? This sermon celebrating CPM’s twentieth live broadcast on Worldwide Christian Radio provides an alternate view of post-Crucifixion events.