Welcome to the Fellowship of God’s Covenant People website.  We are a local church in northern Kentucky professing the Christian Israel truth since 1987.  Our founder is Pastor Don Elmore who has dedicated his life and energies to the Gospel of the Kingdom.  Our non-denominational ministry of Covenant believers is a worldwide mission to proclaim two basic premises.  The first is to teach who the true Israelites are in the world today and secondly to expose those who falsely lay claim to the title of Israel.  Thus, with knowledge and understanding of biblical identities, we can bring a Light unto the world, following both Old and New Testaments, to abide and be in agreement with the commandments of Jesus Christ, “To go not into the way of the heathen… but go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Mt. 10:5-6).  Please click on the ‘About’ tab above to learn more about the unique history of the FGCP.  It is our prayer that as you peruse our website, featuring weekly sermons and monthly articles from the New Covenant Messenger newsletter, that you will be encouraged and blessed to seek the truth of God.  We hope you find our website both interesting and challenging enough so that your hunger for the Word will enhance your spiritual growth and gain a greater relationship with that Great Shepherd of the sheep.  Thank you for your visit and as we say in Kentucky, ‘ya’ll come back.’  

Will the Real Israel Please Stand Up? by Jim Jester

How Christians are Robbed of Their Heritage

By James N. Jester

Will The Real Israel Please Stand Up! Patriots, TEA partiers, and all Christians will find this book of interest. This Third Edition (2015) includes corrections and additions throughout the book. Chapter 10 was added, along with additional material, including pictures. Available at Amazon. Contact the author for bulk orders at cedarridgenorth@yahoo.

Summary

What can we do about the decline of the Christian west? Like the ancient Israelites in Egypt, Americans are simply slaves driven by the taskmasters to produce more with less. The author exposes some little known history of our ancestors and shows the path to regain our liberty. This book is “the rest of the story” and it should give Christians the basic principles needed to understand who they are, where they are going, and what is going on in the world. A primer into Christian Identity in a blend of history, politics and theology. You will never view the Bible the same after reading this book. A must read for Christians and Patriots who wonder what happened to a Christian nation.

White Genocide Part 1: The Ultimate Curse

by Pastor Mark Downey

April 26, 2015

Scripture Reading:  II Peter 1:2-11

This book we call the Bible begins with Genesis, but it does not end with the book of Genocide.  What does genocide mean?  What does being White mean?  What does the combination of these two words 'White Genocide' mean?  Race and racism is the most important thing in the Bible.  Every Law of God, biblical principle, contractual covenant and promise is predicated on the premise that God discriminates.  All of the lofty and noble doctrines of Scripture cannot be understood without the element of racial interpretation.  The removal of race from the Word of God began centuries ago in earnest.  Color blindness, a euphemism for racial equality, is still being blind and “If the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into a ditch” Mt. 15:14.  It's just like voting for the lesser of two evils, it is still evil.  Knowing your identity is knowing your God.  Knowing people of color is knowing the strange gods of racial aliens.  Having a knowledge of racial differences is having a racial consciousness and puts the White man on the side of God.  Having an ignorance of racial differences is having a color consciousness and actually foments the mentality of mongrelization and puts the White man on the side of false gods.  The term 'White Genocide' as we shall see, does not help White people understand the meaning of life.  Quite the contrary, the expression can inculcate the ultimate curse. 

God’s Covenant Creation: Adam’s Race and Mandate

God’s Covenant Creation:
Adam’s Race and Mandate

Covenant Heritage Series - Book Four

Lawrence Blanchard

God’s Covenant Creation (Book Four) is a comprehensive commentary of Genesis 1-11 addressing some of the most critical stories and subject matters of the Bible. Understanding what Genesis 1-11 says and what it means determines your perspective and scope of the Bible and life itself.

Unlike any other book, Genesis 1-11 is approached from the context of Genesis 12 through Revelation as determined in Books One through Three of the Covenant Heritage Series. Thus, Book Four is not a stand-alone treatment of Genesis 1-11, but is most accurately understood from the broader context of the rest of the Bible.

God’s Covenant Creation challenges the majority opinion in almost every aspect and conclusion of the meaning of Genesis 1-11, particularly the creation story (Genesis 1), the Flood (Genesis 6-8), and the Tower of Babel event (Genesis 11). This book also challenges the meaning of the word “nations” used in Genesis 10 which is typically assumed by Catholics and Protestants alike to be inclusive of all “human beings” on the planet.

God’s Covenant Creation demonstrates the consistency in understanding what Genesis 1-11 says and means in the context of the rest of the Bible. What Genesis 1-11 says and what it means determines your perspective and scope of the Bible and life itself.

For more information about the book and to order visit www.YourBiblicalHeritage.com

Women On $20

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Sermon Notes of Pastor Don Elmore

April 19, 2015

Scripture Reading: Matthew 10:1-6

It was almost 100 years ago, in the year 1920 that women got the right to vote in the United States.  To celebrate this “wonderful achievement” a group of feminists are advocating that it is time to put a woman on the $20 dollar bill.  They are advocating the $20 bill because of the year 2020.  They want a women to be on the twenty dollar bill in the year 2020. 

It's Dangerous to be Right Part 4

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by Pastor Mark Downey

April 12, 2015

Scripture Reading: Matthew  13:18-23

The parable of the sower is our text for the last part of this series, which points to the vivid contrast between the plethora of grain lost and the glory of the seed found during the great harvest.  For the last 20 centuries Christian men and women have been inspired by God to proclaim the Kingdom.  Throughout this age of the Christian church, which is coming to an end because of the Kingdom Age replacing it, dangerous believers have spoken what God gave them to speak, always in line with the Word, challenging comfortable definitions of who or what is acceptable, defining biblically who can lead and who should shut up.  Jesus Himself was a threat to the established authorities because He dared to do things on the Sabbath, breaking down the law set in concrete, but in reality had become the traditions of man, practiced by Pharisaical insiders to the detriment unclean outsiders, Israelites.  Christ broke down that “wall of partition” (Eph. 2:14) between the old order of Levitical priests, which became corrupt, and the new order of Melchisedec; simply put, all of Israel were now the temple of God in their bodies (the body of Christ) and the Holy of Holies was the head (brain) of the church, Jesus Christ.   We would take on the mind of Christ (I Cor. 2:16).  The Word of God has been proclaimed to the world and simultaneously the wicked jews and their bribed pulpit prostitutes have snatched away that which was sown in the hearts of our race i.e. the New Covenant (Hebrews 8:10).  The harvest is the end of the age (Mt. 13:39), when it will no longer be dangerous to be right.  The racial message of Christian Identity shall prevail. 

Do You Remember Your Funeral?

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Pastor Brian Jones

Passover Service: April 5, 2015

Scripture Reading: 2 Corinthians 5:17

Become new in Christ and put away the old man. All things will be new! But know that you can resurrect the old man at any time and work to stay away from those things that will tempt you.

Available in audio only. The following scriptures were discussed:

  • Galatians 2:20: Christ died in our place and He Lives in us.

  • Romans 6:3-6 We have weaknesses, but we have strength through the church.

  • Psalms 51:10 We need a clean hear and Holy Spirit within us.

  • Psalms 50-5-7 God is who He is, not who we want Him to be. God's stance on interracial relationships and same sex relationships have not changed from the Old to the New Testament.

  • Romans 10:1-3 Some have a zeal for God, but haven't submitted to Him and have established their own righteousness.

Another Isaac

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by Pastor Don Elmore

March 29, 2015

Scripture Reading: Luke 1:1-4

Introduction

Sometimes I go back and look at the old New Covenant Messengers and read articles that were written years ago.  I did so last Saturday morning and immediately found three articles.  I turned right to them.  It was three articles written by our own Dan and Cory.  It is in NCM #26.

The third article, written by Cory, was very interesting.  It told of the origin of Valentine’s Day.  Valentine was the Roman Catholic priest who defied the Emperor’s order to ban marriages; and as a result married many couples.  The Roman Catholic Church merged the worship of Lupercalia and the death of the priest Valentine.  Lupercalia was the she-wolf that nursed Romulus and Remus when they were orphaned.  The two boys grew up and are credited with the founding of Rome.

In her second article, Cory said the following about why they were home schooling:

“As I said, that was seven or eight years ago and now our oldest [Hannah] is doing sixth and seventh grade work, our second daughter [Katie] is in third grade, our third daughter [Rebecca] is in second grade and we’re going to be starting kindergarten with our fourth daughter [Emily] in the fall  Not to leave any one out, God has also given us a son [Abel] who will be two this month.”

That means that the NCM that I was reading was about 18 years old!  My, how time flies.

But the first article that I saw was the article written by Dan titled:  “Listen!  When A Dumb Man Speaks.”  It was an article that dealt with a favorite portion of scripture for Dan:  Luke, Chapter One.  I thought, “What a fine article.  It needs to be done again so our people don’t forget what happened.”

The Addressee

Do you know who Luke wrote the book of Luke to; and not just this book but his next:  the book of Acts?  Theophilus.  Who was he?  All we know for sure is that he was a man “instructed” in the life of Christ.   That is all.

I liked how Dan started out his article:  “Several times in the Bible, God used strange or unusual events to precede the delivery of an important truth or prophecy.”  Dan gave examples of what happened in several Bible stories:  the talking mule; the hungry lions that did not eat Daniel; and the fish that swallowed Jonah.  These events certainly set the stage for what was coming.  But what Dan was alleging was the strange or unusual event that preceded the birth of our Savior.  It was the birth of another Isaac!

It's Dangerous to be Right Part 3

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by Pastor Mark Downey

March 22, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Mt. 6:30-34

The psychology of identity denial is a preemption to Holocaust denial for those who deny Christ.  In other words, it never ceases to amaze me how far the enemy can push the envelope, to expand upon the insignificance of trivia, in lieu of the most important truths to turn this world around.  It is not only the polar opposites of racial integrity vs. mongrelization, but a juxtaposition of priorities.  What did Jesus say the priority was?  What is the first thing we should seek?  Is it the proper spelling and pronunciation of a smorgasbord of sacred names?  Is it deciding who or what is ultimately culpable for individual and national sins?  Is it how wet or dry we baptize?  Do any of these things have anything to do with our following Jesus' commands that will establish whether or not we are a Christian and whether it is possible or impossible for the Christian who obeys the command to save their nation?  Jesus said, “Seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness” Mt. 6:33.  What exactly is the Kingdom?  It is basically four things: people, land, laws and a king.  One thing we know for sure is that “The Kingdom from Heaven suffers violence and the violent take it by force” Mt. 11:12.  I mention the Holocaust, because of the enormity of its propaganda and the influence it's had upon winning the hearts and minds of people.  When in fact, it is the greatest hoax of the 20th century compared to the very real slaughter of ten times the “6 million” and the astounding thing about it is that the perpetrators were jewish and the victims were White Christians.  I speak, of course, of the Bolshevik red terror upon Russia.  Let me quote the celebrated Pulitzer recipient and Russian dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: “We cannot state that all Jews are Bolsheviks.  But, without Jews there never would have been Bolshevism.  For a Jew nothing is more insulting that the truth.  The blood maddened Jewish terrorists had murdered 66 million in Russia from 1918 to 1957.”  

The Chosen of God

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by Pastor Don Elmore

March 15, 2015

Scripture Reading: Revelation 22:14

There are three questions that could immediately be asked about today's scripture:

  • Whose commandments did they obey?
  • What is the Tree of life?
  • What gates did they have permission to enter in what city?

The Protestant Revolution was a political and religious revolution that was based on what was called the TULIP doctrines of the predestination of God:

  • Total Depravity,
  • Unconditional Election,  
  • Limited Atonement,
  • Irresistible Grace,
  • Perseverance of the Believer or Eternal Security.

Both John Calvin and Martin Luther and many that followed taught that God chose a people; not as the modern church world believes: for they wrongly teach the opposite view--that people of all races choose God and become His people.  This has paved the way for non-biblical multiculturism which is a dogma of humanism, the World Church and World Government!

It's Dangerous to be Right Part 2

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by Pastor Mark Downey

March 8, 2015

Scripure Reading: Daniel 4:28-33

Last Sunday, after I gave Part 1 and we had our usual questions and comments, Pastor Elmore said, “I think God is making them [meaning the antichrist adversaries] say and do stupid things.”  I got to thinking about how really profound that is, after all, they think of themselves as being smarter than God.  The talmud states, “God must submit to the decisions of a majority vote of the rabbis” - BT Bava Metzia 59b.  In Baba Mezia 59b, a rabbi debates God and wins by trickery; God then admits the rabbi won the debate.  And did you know that God studies the rabbinical sayings of the talmud three times a day?  It says so in their talmud (Avodah Zarah 3B).  With jews being a combination of mongrel blood and professional perjurers (in other words, lie for filthy lucre as a religious practice), is it any wonder that the stupidity they exhibit is above and beyond normal standards of sanity.  They are so damn crazy that some people take them seriously; like they're God's chosen people.  But, from the three witnesses I have cited, jews regard God as some kind of subservient pet that is at their beck and call; God, to the jew, is a dog that responds to the ringing of Pavlov's bell.  But, does our Bible tell us, “God is not mocked”? 

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