Word Settled in Heaven proves the importance of Yahweh’s Word in each generation by exposing two detailed tactics of the lawless one; adding to and taking away from scripture. Can we trust our Bible? How can Christians increase faith? This relaxed sermon looks at the serpent’s additions to God’s original charge in the Garden of Eden before showcasing his subtractions to the 91st Psalm during the temptation of Christ.
Who Can Be Saved? answers three important questions for Israelites; who can be saved, what they’re rescued from and with what method they’re offered deliverance. Is the Name Yahweh more important than Jesus? To whom was Christ and John the Baptist sent? This upbeat episode of Intel Update is likely the only known DSCI sermon teaching that true salvation is offered by grace alone and our works only benefit us.
Draw Me Not Away covers the entire 28th Psalm of king David to outline the model prayer against our own racial enemies. Who is our strength and shield? Can Yahweh’s people be counted alongside the wicked? Will all Israelites be saved by pedigree? Who is at the right hand of God (who is Spirit)? This sermon proves that all Israel will reap what they sow and there’s a small remnant found amongst His anointed.
Not of Yahweh confirms Satan has literal offspring on earth known by Christ as “tares” that continually work against His Israelite people and our accepted Word. This sermon attempts to expose another tactic of our adversary by explaining the scriptural doctrine of “seedline” (also called serpent’s seed). This broadcast from Worldwide Christian shortwave Radio also provides updates on Intel Update as a weekly show.
A Stone of Stumbling proves Yahweh has a “royal priesthood” on earth that all accept Jesus as Christ. Can our Messiah be offensive to people? Who is the rock that the early builders rejected? Are the faithful saved by obedience or mercy? This expository-style sermon on the second chapter of Peter’s first epistle confirms in order for God’s people to see His Kingdom all must first repent and become as little children.
There Came a Man of God explains the consequences of Solomon’s sins by telling the story of contention over the throne of Judah by both Jeroboam and Rehoboam. Solomon had many strange wives! This lecture provides a brief background on Yahweh’s Truth as a shortwave radio broadcast on WWCR before telling the lesser-known story of a nameless “man of God” whom Yahweh destroyed for disobedience.
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.