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    CPM Weekly Classic (January 1st, 2020)

    Old Things Passed Away [2016] is a sermon using Peter's 2nd epistle (in addition to Isaiah and three letters from Paul) to prove Christians must die to self in order to keep their pledges. Being the first CPM sermon of the year 2016 the main focus of this homily is "forgiving self" because this allows Yahweh to make us new creatures. We must be equipped with the correct strength to keep our New Year resolutions.



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    CPM Weekly Classic (January 8th, 2020)

    Above The Law? [2009] mostly deals with Yahweh's eternal commandments and the counterfeit Christians that work against it. Worse than antinomians that preach Christ "abolished the Law" are those prideful enough to consider themselves "above the Law" of God. This sermon explains who Satan is, why Yahweh created him and how he's finally destroyed before the establishment of Christ's Kingdom.



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    CPM Weekly Classic (January 15th, 2020)

    Covering Genesis 13, 18 and 19 in their entirety, Gomorrah: Haters of God [2005] is rather popular because it's a lectionary style study into the downfall of Sodom and Gomorrah that examines the actions of both Lot and Abraham. In less than 49 minutes, Pastor Visser has provided a helpful overview of God's thoughts on homosexuals while detailing the incestuous acts of Lot's vexed daughters.



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    CPM Weekly Classic (January 22nd, 2020)

    A Serpent Shall Bite Him [2010] explains why Yahweh creates and allows evil on earth. For every transgression of His perfect Law there is a consequence thus Satan (that "serpent" of old) was foreordained as part of God's Will for Israel. The Buddhists consider it karma, the godless call it luck, Christ says we reap what we sow but one thing's certain - "Whoso breaks a hedge, a serpent shall bite him!"



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    CPM Weekly Classic (January 29th, 2020)

    Angels and Nephilim [2013] focuses specifically on fallen seraphim from the Bible using several quotes from early church fathers to verify Eve was seduced by Satan while the virgin Mary withstood him. This sermon further explains the purpose of the watching Grigori directly from the Book of Enoch and revisits Genesis 6 to verify rebellious cherubs interbred with Adamic women bringing forth the deviant Nephilim.



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    CPM Weekly Classic (February 5th, 2020)

    Cause of Confusion [2006] is a Bible study examining Nimrod's morbid desire to construct the tower of Babel alongside the many negative lessons that Christians can learn from this account today. Basically a double-pack containing two shorter sermons; Cause and Effect and Ziggurat of Confusion, this half-hour lecture provides plenty of Biblical proof against "mixing" anything from textiles to races.



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