Ecclesiastes (Part #01) begins Pastor
Visser's audio series by explaining his intention for choosing to preach
from Solomon's depressing book. Do Adamites have any advantage over the
beast of the field? Are we supposed to mature within our faith? Have
"the traditions of the elders" crept in to pollute our racial Identity?
This introductory segment explains several CI events of 2018 and begins
to outline the greatest lesson of all.
Ecclesiastes (Part #02) continues to
introduce Solomon's book by explaining the sacred Name of Yahweh does
NOT appear within any manuscript but certain unique Hebrew terms do. Can
mankind truly destroy God's original creation? Can we "vex our own
souls" by tolerating what Yahweh has outlined in His Word as being
abominable? This segment covers a good portion of the first chapter to
answer these questions and more.
Ecclesiastes (Part #03) confirms Yahweh
Himself creates "that which is crooked" and there's little mortal
man can do about it. Who was "the widow's son" Hiram that king Solomon
commissioned to fashion the brazen sea and what is the importance of the
temple today? This sermon discusses the portion of mankind's labor from
the preliminary curse placed upon Adam (Genesis 3:19) and outlines the
folly of seeking only pleasure.
Ecclesiastes (Part #04) begins with
looking at several earthly accomplishments of Solomon from 1st Kings 7
to clarify why the author would say these great feats are "vanity under
the Sun." If the fool is equal to the wise in death then how should the
faithful live within the flesh? This lecture begins to confirm the
Preacher's book is meant to put value on what's pleasing to our heavenly
Father Yahweh over fleeting delights before death.
Ecclesiastes (Part #05) starts to
outline man's span of life or their "time to every purpose under the
heaven" by moving into the most popular teachings of the book found in
chapter three. What do rocks represent in scripture? Who will gather
these stones together? There is a time to hate, a time to remain silent
and a time to kill! Many of these appointed seasons are confirmed from
the Gospel of Luke and minor prophet Amos for clarity.
Ecclesiastes (Part #06) continues to
summarize man's span of life by going to the curse against Adam in
Genesis to prove our people must work to survive this world order. Is
the temple in Jerusalem considered righteous? Does wickedness still
exist in high places? Those answers are provided in this sixth CPM audio
sermon on Ecclesiastes! This segment also confirms the benefit of manual
labor is a gift from Yahweh from James' general epistle.
Ecclesiastes (Part #07) continues our
examination of the Preacher's book by providing scriptural pedigrees for
both king David and Solomon to explain why the flesh also is considered
"vanity and vexation of spirit." Are Israelites greater than animals?
Who are the "beast of the field?" Do all living creatures have souls?
These answers are provided in this upbeat continuance of our
long-running DSCI audio series concerning life under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes (Part #08) covers the
entire forth chapter of The Preacher to showcase two important proverbs
of Solomon; "live in peace" and "two are better than one." Should our
Israelite people strive to get married? When is death preferable to
life? Is there ever valid justice under the Sun? This continuing sermon
from CPM proves we can't teach an old dog new tricks and further
confirms there is strength in numbers amongst the faithful.
Ecclesiastes (Part #09) proves it's
better to be Israelites of few words and to always keep our promises as
we continue to outline several proverbs of Solomon from this Old
Testament book. In this ninth audio lecture Pastor Visser continues to
"tell the story" of Dr. Wickstrom's demise at the hands of the enemy
(which few Saxons truly care about) and confirms it's better to be an
honest blue collar worker than an ever-sleepy businessman.
Ecclesiastes (Part #10) clarifies
Solomon's warning that oftentimes God's people labor only to have the
"stranger" consume their life's work. What is the portion of mankind's labor
on earth? What other than grace is considered a gift from Yahweh? This
upbeat lecture provides supplementary quotes from the preacher's
canonized book of
Proverbs to explain the numerous strange women Solomon went after to
anger his Creator (I Kings 11:9).
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.
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 #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 #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 #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 #16) covers the
earthly fact that there are often unequal rewards for the sinful and
righteous while confirming that Adamkind's portion under the Sun is to
"eat, drink and be merry." Why is a living dog considered better than a
dead lion? Is anybody really remembered forever? This lecture about
grace outlines several Biblical "blessings" to provide faithful Saxons
blessed assurance from the many proverbs of "The Preacher."
Ecclesiastes (Part #17) proves wisdom
is always greater than human strength and our people often appoint
foolish leaders to intentionally mislead them into apostasy. Why are the
living greater than the dead? Do worldly kings and princes carry greater
weight with Yahweh than the financially poor? This scriptural lesson
confirms Adam's "curse" regarding manual labor but also outlines smarter
(scriptural) ways to labor through life.
Ecclesiastes (Part #18) continues to
confirm that Solomon taught wisdom is greater than strength and hard
labor while "the king in Jerusalem" contrasts the deeds of foolish and
wise men. Why do the truly wise lean to the right while godless fools
turn to the left? Can any living man tell us what will be on earth after
we join Yahweh? Are we responsible for being snake bit without reason?
This continuing sermon covering Ecclesiastes explains.
Ecclesiastes (Part #19) spends a fair
amount of time detailing Solomon's statement "Cast your bread upon the
waters for you will find it after many days." What does bread and water
represent in the Authorized KJV Bible? Is Adamkind's portion of common
sense a bit of God-breathed Holy Spirit? This continuation of CPM's
audio series attempts to answer these questions by further explaining
the preacher's advice to farmers and young Israelites.
Ecclesiastes (Part #20) explains how to
live on this green earth in light of impeding judgment from Yahweh and
basically begins to finalize this book's teachings on doing well to our
fellow man by putting others first. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust - as
Adam was formed from the red soil so shall he return to whence he was
made. Knowing all are born to die how should Israelites live? Listen to
this sermon to learn more about Covenant People's Outreach.
Ecclesiastes (Part #21) concludes our
lengthy coverage of king Solomon's book detailing the human experience.
This final lecture on the book of The Preacher scrutinizes Solomon's
most popular statement "Fear God and keep His commandments for this is
the whole duty of man (Adam)." While this sermon is considered the finale for our lengthy 2019 audio
series it also features a precursor for CPM's New Year's Day lecture
"Lessons From Ecclesiastes."