Parable of the Virgins begins by covering the allegory from Matthew 25:1-13 before comparing the same narrative to the Epistula Apostolorum (Epistle of the Apostles). What is the “oil” of our people and why did the wise virgins refuse the foolish? This sermon deals mostly with the topic of “preparedness” as all ten virgins were faithful to the Bridegroom yet only half were known and acknowledged by Yahshua.
Do the First Works examines Yahshua’s judgment against the church in Ephesus from Revelation 2:1-6 to prove that using discernment against false teachers is crucial. To further demonstrate the point this sermon expounds upon Paul’s epistle to the Galatians (1:6-10) to prove that the majority will turn to “another gospel” thus only reliance on Yahweh’s eternal Word will expose those who falsely speak in His Name.
The Rich Young Ruler is technically an alternate track titled “Suffer Little Children II” which was later re-preached for our lengthy series on Luke’s Gospel. Originally meant to be a sequel to the classic lecture taught a decade previous this sermon explains why the Kingdom of Yahweh is comprised of youthful children and why rich people are often rebuked by Yahshua for not distributing their surplus to the needy.
What’s the “Unforgivable Sin?” uses blocks of the text of Mark’s Gospel Chapters 2 and 3 in addition to Saint Matthew 12 in order to confirm that Yahshua Messiah Himself has already defined what “blasphemy against the Holy Spirit” is. Why is this sin never forgiven and what is it? This upbeat sermon attempts to answer one of the most disputed doctrines in Christian Identity and does so with fervor! (Choppy audio).
Unto Us A Child Is Given arranges the Gospels of Luke and Matthew as a single narrative to present the “uncut” version of the Nativity story on Christmas evening. From Gabriel’s annunciation to the virgin Mary to Herod’s “slaughter of the innocents” this lengthy sermon expands upon a lecture preached five years earlier to highlight several lesser known facts about the birth of Jesus Christ: King of ALL Israel.
Eight Biblical Drunks examines the topic of drunkenness in scripture proving the outcome of consuming too much alcohol always has detrimental effects. Explored are eight specific examples of drunkards (both spiritually and literally) from Noah to the Ninevites that all Christian Identists can learn from. This sermon proves that all things must be in moderation and getting “plastered” is idolatry.
Women Rule Over Them looks at a prophecy in Isaiah 3:1-15 concerning the tribe of Judah being punished for their many transgressions of Yahweh’s eternal Law and even provides numerous keys into end-time events. Why is it important for Christians to respect the ways of the ancients and what exactly does this mean in today’s godless society? Listen to this uplifting sermon to find the answers and more!
Messengers and Dragons (Part #1) showcases Gabriel’s annunciation to the virgin Mary about our forthcoming Messiah and proves He was sent only to the race of Israel (Matthew 15:24). This sermon also analyses the first chapter of John’s Gospel for an alternate take on the birth of Christ shedding “light” on why angels were present throughout the life of Jesus and play such an important role during His return.
DSCI For Dummies (Part #5) is a simplified look at the migrations of the tribe of Dan assembled from a variety of literary resources. Also discussed in this lengthy broadcast is Craig Cobb’s recent arrest for terrorism, upcoming projects from both The Christian Identity Forum and CPM in addition to ten bonus hand-picked Desert Island Verses centering around a personal or national “falling away” from faith.
Salt of the Earth probes the topic of SALT in sacred writ and explores “the Covenant of Salt” made between Yahweh and His people Israel. Updates and future projects from CPM are outlined during the intermission. This sermon only partially summarizes why every sacrifice to God must be accompanied with salt and further explains why true Christians will oftentimes be quite salty during conversations.