Ecclesiastes (Part #15) explores Solomon’s God-inspired advice and direct instructions in light of “all being vanity” as we breathe. Are Christians bound to follow man’s laws if they contradict the Bible? Can mankind genuinely understand the thoughts and intentions of Yahweh? What is the purpose of life? This expository style sermon proves that sin never pays during the human experience and the misery of man (Adam) is great upon him.
Ecclesiastes (Part #14) completes the seventh chapter with detailed analysis on king Solomon’s teachings about sinful Israelites. What are the Biblical numbers concerning the genuinely righteous among Abraham’s seed? Should those that battle within the spiritual realm rely upon human might for salvation? This sermon teaches faithful Christians to not be over-sensitive and fully covers the seven “discoveries” of unrepentant mankind on earth.
Ecclesiastes (Part #13) explains why a good name amongst Adamkind is most preferable and how Yahweh forbids His people from being “righteous over much.” Why are wicked people allowed prolonged days while the innocent are oftentimes taken by death? Is true justice obtainable through lying man? Who formed the crooked serpent (Job 26:13)? This upbeat sermon continues our long-running audio series examining the words of “the Preacher.”
Ecclesiastes (Part #12) continues to showcase many better things from life by explaining why it’s better to go to the house of mourning over one of continual mirth. Who will show us the things to come hereafter? Are we more enlightened today? Were the “good old days” any better than today? This lecture covers most of the seventh chapter and Solomon’s teachings from real world experience regarding the portion of man’s life’s work.
Ecclesiastes (Part #11) begins to outline the better things of life in light of “all being vanity” by covering several concepts from the human experience that are opposite of human thinking. Does the Father respect persons? Can flesh and blood inherit the Kingdom of Yahweh? Is it possible to please our father within the flesh? This sermon is designed to humble the listener so that Yahweh can exalt him for use within His coming Kingdom.
Controversy of Christ showcases Biblical doctrines considered divisive in our modern society because they were controversial when they were delivered to the Israelites. Who murdered Jesus our Christ? Why is evil oftentimes allowed to “win?” Who are God’s chosen? This continuing episode of Yahweh’s Truth scrutinizes the exclusivity of the Israel people, the importance of water baptism and further confirms the value of the written Word.
Thirst for Yahweh details the Tree of Life from the first day of creation according to Genesis to the coming New Jerusalem (or Kingdom Age) prophesied about in Revelation. Why did Christ say “My Blood is drink indeed?” Did Adam and Eve choose the wrong tree? This relaxed sermon looks at lesser known prophecies relating to living waters from the books of Habakkuk, Isaiah, Amos and Zechariah to clarify who God’s genuine servants are.
The Unpardonable Sin explains “blasphemy against the Holy Spirit” from the canonized gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke to prove that bearing false witness can sometimes mislead the masses into accepting a total lie. Yahweh’s people should never allow themselves to be bound by Satan’s children! Complete coverage of Yahshua’s Parable of the Burglar is naturally supplied in this sermon that features additions from the Gospel of Thomas.
Overcome the World explains many detrimental effects of “entangling” ourselves within current affairs and the numerous reasons false prophets seek to take away the Word of God from His people. Is Jesus the Son of Yahweh? Can our Saxon Bibles be trusted? What is the victory for those that war for Christ? This upbeat broadcast of Yahweh’s Truth also provides listeners with information on obtaining every past episode of “Wick & Viss.”
Hermas II (Commands) #4 supplies the listener several quotes from the shepherd’s Mandates and Similitudes to concrete what has been covered thus far in CPM’s long-running audio series covering Hermas II. This lengthy episode of Yahweh’s Truth continues our bi-annual Gnostic series starting around 45 minutes into the livestream and assuredly provides further coverage on the fourth commandment of the Shepherd of Hermas.