- Non-White immigration – racial equality; Exodus 23:33
- Non-Christian religions – other gods; Exodus 20:3
- Miscegenation – social race mixing; Exodus 20:14
- Homosexuality – abominations; Leviticus 20:13
- Freemasons – secret societies; II Corinthians 6:14
- Jews – antichrist deception; John 8:44
- Feminism – subversion of gender roles; I Cor. 11:3
- Mainstream media – distortion of news; Matthew 23:14
- GMO agribusiness – toxic food; Leviticus 19:19
- Abortion – murder: II Kings 23:10
by Pastor Mark Downey
August 23, 2015
Scripture Reading: Ephesians 4:12-14
From time to time artists have what they call burn out, authors get writer's block and preachers suddenly become uninspired. Hopefully, one aspiring for the epiphanies of life will get their second wind during momentary lulls. It hasn't happened to me, but I sometimes wonder what's next; how do I maintain the momentum. Sometimes, after I do a series like 'Dissident Racism' I feel sapped of energy, because it's so time consuming and intensely focused and I want to serve the brethren as best I can; I try not to make too many mistakes. After the last series of messages, as usual, I waited for a new subject to pop in my head and is most often in the form of a title. In the church world, you hear a judeo say “the Lord gave me a word” and it's usually a long-winded, self serving dialogue that is better said in the Word itself. It makes me wonder why are people reinventing the Gospels. Well, I can honestly say the Lord gave me a word last week, but it wasn't a rambling of religious prose, but was literally just one word and that word was “wind.” For several days I ruminated what to do with this word. What does wind have to do with anything? And then I got to thinking what is the cause of wind in the first place? Did you know there wouldn't be any life on earth without wind, and conversely can also bring death? Ironically, the previous week, I was engaged in a project to build a wood shed, because every year I just cover my firewood with tarps and it's always a hassle, especially when it snows. The recurring theme in my thoughts was that I need to build it so the wind doesn't blow it over and I figured the best way to do that is to have it well anchored. Now I am not a carpenter, but I got the job done, Lord willing the creek don't rise or a gust of wind thinks it's a sailboat.
No wind, no waves... a big bummer for surfers. What most people don't think of is that an ocean wave cannot begin without an action. Same with a glass of water on a table; it is still until you blow on it to create a ripple. Wind on water causes movement, creating energy that otherwise was not there before. In life, most people have ambition, purpose driven goals symbolized by a body of water. In fact, many worldly religions have a set of classical elements found in earth, water, wind and fire with their respective deities. These ancient concepts were believed to be the most essential principles upon which anything can exist, which science would later compare to solids, liquids, gases and plasma. In the first couple of verses in Genesis, these four elements were created by God; no need for lesser gods symbolizing each element. As we shall see later on, verse 2 most closely resembles wind i.e. “And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.”
Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
August 16, 2015
Scripture Reading: Hebrews 2:14-18 King James and Christogenea New Testament
Jesus Christ is sovereign! Man is not. They both cannot be sovereign at the same time. Jesus Christ is also sovereign in who He died for and saved! He died for the “sheep”, both past and present. He died even for many in the genetic line of the Israelites who had lived and died before He offered His sacrifice.
He died for the sin debt committed by Adam, Abraham, Noah, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Joshua, David, Hezekiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Hosea, Ezekiel, Aaron, John the Baptist, Samuel, Asa, Josiah, Elijah, Moses, Rahab, Gideon, Barak, Samson, Jephthah, Isaiah, Nehemiah, Ezra, Asaph, Obadiah, Haggai, Ruth, Boaz, etc. and rose from the dead to ensure that they too all received the promises of the Father. All these aforementioned people were dead when Jesus Christ was sacrificed and rose from the dead.
It does not say that He took on Him the “seed of Edom,” or the “seed of Canaan,” or the seed of Ishmael,” or the “seed of Japheth,” or the “seed of Ham,” or the “seed of the Zulus,” or the “seed of Shelah,” or the “seed of the Koreans,” or the “seed of the Indonesians,” but it says He took on Him the “seed of Abraham.”
by Pastor Mark Downey
August 9, 2015
Scripture Reading: Isaiah 51:1-7
Currency is not just a medium of exchange in circulation, the love of which is evil, but is also a continued course of a public belief passing from person to person and from age to age that has a long standing quality of common sense. The biblical continuum is particular to the White race. Christian Identity actually goes back to Paul preaching to his kinsmen “according to the flesh [their race]” Romans 9:3. Neither Paul or any of the Disciples and Apostles ever took the Good News to racial aliens, because Jesus told them not to go to the heathens, but “rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Mt. 10:6). Unfortunately, racism does not make sense to a majority of our people today because the quality of its foundation is off-course and the common perception of race is going in an evil direction. The evil is considered good and the goodness of racism is spoiled conceptually with universalism. In terms of real life, this translates into chaos and violence, much to the disdain and contempt for the Laws of God. Dissident racism, as I have tried to explain in this series of messages, is biblical and established on the foundation that race is a key factor in understanding Scripture. Therefore, this message is approved by God and is the currency of God that has kept the White race from going extinct for about 6000 years, when God created the first White man, Adam. It has been shown that God has a plan for the ages for the descendents of Adam right up to the present day. And it's not something you hide “under a bushel.” The racial message of the Gospels is like a “lampstand in order that those entering in would see the light” (Luke 11:33). We're going dark at this time, racially and spiritually, so it is imperative that we stand as proud White Christian Americans, obeying God rather than jews. The culture war conducted by antichrists is targeting our heritage and our destiny.
Sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
August 2, 2015
Scripture Reading: Ephesians 2:11-16
It's Not Jews and Gentiles
Ephesians 2 is a chapter that seems to be a great mystery to almost every preacher in the country. They constantly miss that the two entities talked about in this chapter are not “Jews and Gentiles” but the House of Judah and the House of Israel respectfully. That is the “US.”
The Old Testament informs us that the House of Israel, after separating from the House of Judah, became a people who got farther and farther away from keeping God’s laws that they became outright Baal worshippers. Elijah was sent to the House of Israel to demonstrate to them who their God really was; it wasn’t Baal. Elijah had a contest between the two to show them that their God was the God who brought them out of Egypt.
God won; the priests of Baal were murdered; but the House of Israel kept on worshipping the false god. Finally, God had to obey His own law that said that the House of Israel would be taken into captivity and would be a nation no more.
by Pastor Mark Downey
July 26, 2015
Scripture Reading: John 16:12-15
In a world where nothing seems to matter anymore, especially the truth, why is the recent soundbyte 'Black Lives Matter' going viral? Why is it taking such an extreme racist position while bemoaning racism? The truth of the matter would seem to imply that 'black low lifes matter' or conversely 'White Lives Don't Matter.” To the world of pornographic infomercials, 'size matters' and the public air waves controlled by the “prince of the power of the air” jews, inundate living rooms with little children hearing a steady mantra of “Viagra” and “Cialis.” If race is such a tender ultra-sensitive issue demanding meaningless words like 'respect' and 'dignity,' then you would think that the cultural assaults on Christianity perpetrated by the same tribe of professional race-baiters would not rub the nose of decent White Christian Americans in their smut. It's not a two way street. Is it that hard to figure out, that an enemy of the White race has a completely different criteria for what really matters most?
From the Sermon Notes of Pastor Don Elmore
July 19, 2015
Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 20:16-18
I will have to postpone again the continuation of my series on the jewish influences on America in the past century. There are so many things that are happening right now in the world, that it is very difficult to study for the purpose of explaining what is coming to pass. We are living in an occult/Satanic/illuminati/jewish world right now that is trying to win everyone over to their way of thinking. They want us to worship their gods!
From today's scripture, Deuteronomy 20:16-18, one can see that not all peoples are equal. Was our God in favor of integration or did He command His being to segregate?
God certainly doesn’t love the Hittites (wasn’t that Esau who married two Hittite women?), the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Perizzites, the Hivites and the Jebusites. He instructed His people to kill every one of these people so that His people would not follow after their abominations and worship their gods!
God is telling us that there are people in this world that have different gods. We, the covenant people are not to follow after them. We have a different God than they do. That is why God instructs us to live separately from these other peoples.
In today’s world we have the exact opposite. Instead of each race living in their own continent; which they did for centuries, they now are arriving in the Israel nations, which are called the “melting pot” nations of the world. And after a while living here, the “civil rights” (jewish/Communist rights) of these same people has caused much more problems.
by Pastor Mark Downey
July 12, 2015
Scripture Reading: Ezekiel 22:29-31
America was once a beautiful nation; spacious blue skies, majestic mountains above the fertile valleys of apple and cherry orchards and as far as one could see, amber waves of wheat fields. The skies are still expansive, but disfigured with the scratch marks of chemtrails, dropping the sorceries of barium salts, aluminum oxide and mercury to a former aesthetic earth. The once pristine mountains are barren of great glaciers and year round snow packs. Just last week (7-7-15), an ice cave in Washington state collapsed killing a hiker. The fruited plains are sprayed with pesticides and organic is now being considered unpatriotic. The parable of the wheat field is not lost in my reminiscing; “the Bread of Life” is Jesus Christ, the great “I am” (Exodus 3:14; John 6:35). Man, the White man, cannot live on literal bread alone, “but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God” (Mt. 4:4); and it may be the Bad News of the gospels for churchianity when they hear the Christian Identity message. The grains of wheat are Israelites, but I know the blasphemy of those who say they are wheat and are nothing of the kind, but are the synagogue of Christ killers. “The field is the world, the good seed are the children of the kingdom, but the tares [weeds] are the children of wickedness” Mt. 13:38. The enemy of the White race has sown multiculturalism in the nations of true Israel. The “harvest” of these unwanted elements, understood in their proper context, would be considered “racist” by these same enemies mixing good seed with bad seed in the field. The fruits of the Holy Spirit have been traded in for forbidden fruits, evil fruit that is corrupt and spoiled, having zero nutritional/spiritual value. Sodomites were once referred to as “fruits” and from the recent Supreme Court decision, placed same-sex marriage above thousands of years of God's Law, thus giving “above the fruited plain” a new and perverse meaning; sin is now protected by judicial fiat.
Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
July 5, 2015
Scripture Reading: 2 Timothy 3:1-5
Today's reading, what a great description for today’s world! I am interrupting my series on “The Thorns in Your Sides” because there is so much occurring in today’s world that is evil that I thought that I needed to bring a sermon on what is happening. Every new invention has a good and evil aspect to it. We are fast approaching the time where there would be “much learning” but it doesn’t produce the scholars that would reveal the truth of the Bible.
There are a multitude of verses which tell us of God’s love for a certain people that has been forgotten or relegated to the Old Testament, which, they say, is about another people. Let’s look at just one such scripture:
Deuteronomy 10:14-15: “Behold, the heaven and the heaven of heavens belong to the LORD thy God, the earth also, with all that therein is. Only the LORD had a delight in thy fathers to love them, and he chose their seed after them, even you above all people, as it is this day.”
These two verses were spoken to the Israel people; not the Jews or Canaanites, for they are not the same people. The Jews were not there to hear this when it was spoken by Moses. God told them (the Israelites) that He delighted in their fathers (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel) to love them, and that he chose (or elected) their seed after them which is you, which are above all people.
by Pastor Mark Downey
June 27, 2015
Scripture Reading: I Cor. 2:12-13
Fire! fire!! fire!!! I thought I would start out on a sarcastic note. Do you know where your right to free speech or free expression comes from? Can you imagine living in a society where your every thought and spoken word must be checked and filtered before it comes out of your mouth and somebody hears what's on your mind? Somebody might respond by saying, “In America you can say anything you want, except you can't shout fire in a crowded theater.” Or perhaps even in a church that isn't crowded. This was never the intent of our founding fathers and was affected by Oliver Wendell Holmes in a 1919 decision to uphold the sentencing of a prominent socialist for the crime of distributing anti-draft pamphlets against WWI; the defendant was a yiddish speaking jew (Charles T. Shenck). However, Holmes actually said “falsely shouting fire,” which emphasized that speech which is false and dangerous is not protected, in contradistinction to speech which was truthful and dangerous. The word “falsely” was dropped and the meme, in essence, the "shouting fire in a crowded theater" ruling, severely mitigated the scope of the 1st amendment right to free speech. The "shouting" was having a dissenting opinion, and the "crowded theater" was America. Holmes began to doubt his earlier decision and had a change of heart in the Abrams v. United States case, the defendant, Jacob Abrams, was a jewish anarchist, who was deported for opposing any American intervention in the Bolshevik Revolution. If this wasn't Marxist dialectics, then these two jews must have been comedians and the joke is on free speech or the progressive limitations on future White Christian rhetoric, in terms of Orwellian newspeak, which would be punishable by law. What sayeth Scripture?