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.
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 #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 #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 #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 #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 #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 #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 #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 #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.
Zechariah (Part #07)  deals exclusively with future prophecy relating to the two witnesses and golden candlesticks that are confirmed by John in his book of Revelation. Why is Jerusalem considered the city that murders the prophets? How do God's people show their faith? This sermon adds extra insight into the future "Day of the Lord" while explaining why Zerubbabel was chosen to conclude building of the second temple within literal Jerusalem.
Zechariah (Part #08)  begins in Ezekiel II to establish the "flying roll" mentioned in this minor prophet's fifth chapter is part of the curse that Christ came to redeem us from under the New Covenant (Galatians 3:13). Does God's Law offer salvation? Are the Israelites mostly obedient to His commands? This sermon further confirms the reality of the angelic host including the scriptural fact that some cherubs are female with white and feathered wings.
Zechariah (Part #06)  mostly looks at visions pertaining to Joshua the High Priest and also proves that oftentimes our spiritual leaders aren't as "sinless" as we tend to think they are (or they lead us to believe). How do Israelites "awake" within Christ? Does the adversarial angel Satan do the Will of Yahweh? This sermon revisits two major prophets to confirm "the root and offspring of David" is the Branch of Messiah mentioned by Zechariah the seer.
Shut Up the Kingdom!  examines tactics of Pharisees from Matthew's Gospel to confirm there are hellbound imposters attempting to keep Saxon people from Yahweh's eternal Kingdom. Does the traditions of the elders exist in modern times? This relaxed lecture is technically the continuation of "Effect & None Effect" because it further explains the organized religion of Christ's time while providing updates from the previous Sunday pulpit sermon.
Effect & None Effect  looks at "tradition" from a Biblical perspective while explaining the purpose of the traditions of the elders and their effect on truth. This sermon from Matthew's Gospel proves that man can sometimes disannul the genuine teachings of scripture in their attempts to uphold extra-Biblical traditions. This lecture is missing the final ten minutes due to power failure but is still an important enough topic to warrant an official release.
We're In This Together?  is a sermon in relation to COVID-19 and the Corona Virus pandemic proving Luke's Gospel correct. We hear in current society how we're "all in this (crisis) together" with assorted riff raff but did Noah suffer during the flood of water? Was Abraham punished with the residents of Sodom when he freed Lot before its destruction by fire? This upbeat Bible study confirms that Yahweh always protects the obedient in times of distress.
I Beheld Satan  is a discourse structured around Jesus' statement in John 10:10; “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” This lecture explains the creation of Lucifer and his war against Michael the archangel before being cast to earth. Also covered is each temptation Satan used on Jesus Christ and our Redeemer's dealings with the adversary.
Zechariah (Part #05)  is the conclusion of the second chapter dealing mostly with Zechariah's commandment "Deliver thyself that dwellest with the daughter of Babylon." Do we live in rebuilt Babylonia and how can we come out of her? When do Gentiles become Israelites? How do we identify false prophets within Christian Identity? Is Yahweh our Christ? These answers are provided alongside information about supporting Covenant People's Church.
Zechariah (Part #04)  provides ample Biblical proof that Jerusalem can be representative of God's chosen people using only canonized scripture for the first half of this broadcast. Is the "new Jerusalem" on this wicked earth today? When does the marriage supper of the Lamb take place? This sermon provides more coverage on Zechariah's second chapter and lays the groundwork for the lengthy sequel (Part V) that closes the chapter and provides updates.
Zechariah (Part #03)  looks at the minor prophet's second and third visions in addition to a promise of restoration for all of Yahweh's Israelite people during the future "Day of the Lord." Who are the four horns of Zechariah's vision and what do they represent? Did God or man cause the dispersion of the Israelites? What is the purpose and reasoning behind God sending His bride (or people) into captivity? Listen to this relaxed sermon to learn the answers.
Zechariah (Part #02)  continues our study by scrutinizing the red and white speckled horses of his first vision and how they correlate to John's later book of Revelation. What caused the "scattering" of the Israelite people and where exactly did they go? Why do fair and ruddy horsemen patrol our earth going "to and fro" upon it? This upbeat lecture explains the importance of horses in apocalyptic literature and provides a brief explanation on the Diaspora.
Zechariah (Part #01)  begins our study on the minor prophet by explaining his purpose for prophesying about Yahweh avenging the Judeans upon His return and some of the reasons why. What is Zechariah's pedigree and who were his coworkers in Babylon? How can the faithful attribute this type of prophecy to our era and the current Corona virus hoax? This sermon attempts to answer these questions while providing an overview on the prophet himself.
In His Image  (Yahweh's Truth #53) attempts to explain the mystery of the Gentiles from both creation accounts found in Genesis. This lengthy broadcast defines ADAM and IMAGE as words before showcasing the apostle Paul's teachings concerning Jesus Christ being "in the image of God." Who was Yahweh speaking to when He said "let us make man in our image?" What is the importance of bearing God's likeness on earth? This sermon answers all.