FGCP's “Stand in the gap” against:

  1. Non-White immigration – racial equality; Exodus 23:33
  2. Non-Christian religions – other gods; Exodus 20:3
  3. Miscegenation – social race mixing; Exodus 20:14
  4. Homosexuality – abominations; Leviticus 20:13
  5. Freemasons – secret societies; II Corinthians 6:14
  6. Jews – antichrist deception; John 8:44
  7. Feminism – subversion of gender roles; I Cor. 11:3
  8. Mainstream media – distortion of news; Matthew 23:14
  9. GMO agribusiness – toxic food; Leviticus 19:19
  10. Abortion – murder: II Kings 23:10

Christianity's Crossroads Part 1

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 24, 2016

Scripture Reading: Revelation 18:4

Who is told to “Come out of her” [mystery Babylon]?  It is “My [the God of Israel’s] people.”  There is a warning for the covenant people of God to come out of something that is “the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird” Revelation 18:2.

It says that “all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication….”  And that “all the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies” Revelation 18:3.  So, God’s people can be in something that is world-wide, rich, powerful and wrong.  It is so wrong, that our God warns us “to come out of her.”  If we stay in, then we will partake of her sins and receive her plagues.

New Look and expanding FGCP website

Dear Israelite brethren,

If you haven't been to our website in the past week, it's received a clean and refreshing makeover!  Our website is updated every week with a variety of content from Pastors Elmore and Downey and also from Jim Jester.  With the new look, we are now in the process of expanding the articles section by categorizing each sermon so that they appear in the 'articles' menu on the right side. 

The Future of Prophecy Part 8


Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

January 24, 2016

Scripture Reading: Revelation 3:1-6

We are creatures of habit sometimes moreso than creatures of God.  The first thing most people do when they wake up in the morning is to wake up, stretching, yawning and other bodily functions.  Then you shuffle to the kitchen to get a pot of coffee going in order to wake up and smell the coffee, which is also a euphemism used to tell someone that they are wrong about one thing or another and need to pay attention to what is really happening.  I woke up last week to a smoke alarm blipping; there was no fire, it's just that the batteries were low.  It got my attention and I was immediately focused to correct the situation.  Most people wake up to their routines and are not yet focused on what is really happening.  Their only alarm is their alarm clock and you turn it off as it so rudely interrupts a dream you were having.  The body and mind are activated to get out of bed.  But, how long does it take to charge your spiritual batteries?  What if our habitual routine of things were preceded by something completely different.  What if the Holy Spirit took charge right off the battery of life before the demands of body and mind.  This is what is called a paradigm shift, a change from one way of thinking to another.  Let's suppose that the first thing we do, the first minute of waking from sleep, whether laying down or sitting on the edge of your bed, your eyes are open and you contemplate the invisible presence of God and your second thought is that this could be the day that He makes His presence visible.  Quite a profound prospect don't you think?

How Can We Have Victory?

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 17, 2016

2 Chronicles 15:9-15

What did the Kingdom of Judah do which enabled themto have rest from their enemies?  They made a covenant with their LORD God; just like the Vortrekkers of South Africa did in 1838. This covenant gave the covenant seed of Jacob/Israel another miraculous victory; one that saved their race from complete annihilation in South Africa by the Zulus.

In fact, the covenant that Judah and many of the righteous people of the House of Israel, who had come to Judah, was a covenant with a death penalty attached with it.  Any person who failed to participate in making this covenant was to be put to death.  It was a serious covenant that each person who was living in Judah made.

The Future of Prophecy Part 7


Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

January 10, 2016

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 40:21-25

This is my first sermon of 2016.  If I were to encapsulate last year with one word I would say that it was the year of thunder.  I think there was an escalation of political, religious and economic rumblings and a whole lot of shaking going on; loud noises coming from all quarters.  Before we moved to Kentucky from Washington state, we had never heard thunder as loud as it gets here.  We live an area of northern Kentucky where the cold Arctic currents of wind clash with the warm winds coming up from the Gulf of Mexico and thus a great amount of thundering results.  Thunder usually precedes the winds of a storm.  Therefore, observing the signs of the times, 2016 looks like it will be the year of the winds, not only meteorologically, but the three components mentioned above, which happen to constitute Mystery Babylon.  Last year I wrote a two part sermon simply called 'Wind'.  Since I've been indulging in prophecy, I can now see a prophetic significance to wind, being that it has a lot to do with spiritual warfare.<--break->  In today's Scripture reading, verse 24 speaks of a whirlwind that separates the worthless chaff from the grain (“and shall take them away as stubble”); Israel is likened to wheat, because it bears godly fruits. However, there are other seeds that never should have been planted i.e. the seeds of hybridity, half breeds, and that is the “many waters” that the “great whore” of Babylon sits upon (Rev. 17:1), the world of mongrelization and the “chaff” that supports and promotes it.  The good guys in this spiritual warfare are opposed to the “many waters” and “chaff,” and they are called racists.  Nobody wants to be called a racist, except the racial messengers of God.  White lives matter.  The Bible calls it “the breath of life” (Gen. 2:7) breathed into the DNA of Adam by God; anyone who believes this is a bigot i.e. by God.  This breath or righteous bigotry was only given to the White race.  This Bible is the book of Adamic genetics (Gen. 5:1) to have the discrimination of God.

King Palindrome


Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 3, 2016

This sermon will be different than most of the ones that I have brought.  First, we won’t have an introductory Scripture.  This will not continue in the future, but I didn’t know what Scripture to use without giving the answer to who “King Palindrome” was.

Naming a child is one of life’s most unusual gifts.  Does the name affect the child as he grows up?  Some thinks that it does. A strange name certainly might.  But what if you name them with a palindromic appellation, one with perfect symmetry and balance—meaning one that reads the same backwards and forwards. 

For example:  Hannah.  It reads the same backwards and forwards:  H + A + N + N + A + H.

Other examples include:  Bob, Anna, Eve, Nan, Ada, and Otto. 

Palindrome SquareAnd there are palindromes that are long sentences, ignoring punctuations and capitals:

Wont cat lovers revolt?  Act now

Or, a word square in which every row and column reads as a word in both directions:

Now, let me give you a couple of clues and see if you can guess who is this King Palindrome that is the focus of our study today:

  •  This King is in the Bible.
  •  He was one of the Kings of Judah.
  •  He has a very short name, three letters.
  •  He is listed in the Bible as a king that “did that which was good and right in the eyes of the LORD his God.”
  • He was the third King of Judah.

Does anyone know what his name is?

Yes, it was King Asa:  A + S + A.  And today’s sermon will be a study of King Asa’s life as found in 2 Chronicles chapters 14-16. 

The Future of Prophecy Part 6


Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

December 27, 2015

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 46:9-10

Prophecy is our heavenly Father's business and it's what His Son told His earthly parents, Mary and Joseph, when inquiring as to His whereabouts, still a mere child, “Jesus said to them, Why is it that you were looking for Me?  Didn't you know that I had to be in My Father's house?” Luke 2:49.  In other words, it was necessary for Him to be engaged in matters concerning God's occupation of time; His time on earth was a divine work.  “The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy” Rev. 19:10.  God created time and therefore transcends the past, present and future.  The Lord is not bound by time and space as we are.

The Invisible Government


Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

December 20, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Jeremiah 30:11: 

“For I am with thee saith the LORD, to save thee; though I make a full end of all nations to which I have scattered thee, yet will I not make a full end of thee, but I will correct thee in measure, and will not leave thee altogether unpunished.”

This is just one verse of Scripture, but it tells a very unpopular story.  For it tells that all the countries of the world are not equal in the eyes of God.  It says that Yahweh is with some group of nations for the purpose of saving them.  And He makes the promise that although He will make a full end of all the nations that He has scattered His people to, yet He will not make a full end of them.  He adds that He will punish them, but He will not see them totally destroyed. 

Who are the nations that God will not make a “full end of?”  That is the story that is told throughout the Bible.

The Future of Prophecy Part 5


Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

December 13, 2015

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 45:9-12

Full page knee-jerk headline in the New York Daily News a few days after another alleged mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA, on 12-2-15“God Isn't Fixing This” was the full page headline in the New York Daily News a few days after another alleged mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA, on 12-2-15.  This time the theater of blood focused on Muslims killing 14 people for no apparent reason other than the FBI proclaiming it an act of terrorism.  Are we to believe everything the media scribes tell us after a steady diet of false flag operations and blatant deliberate lies following 9/11?  The pattern of cliches has become so knee-jerk and predictable that people's acceptance or rejection of the dialectic have become laughable or a great time of sorrow.  Yes, people have died; others have faked it.  Are there any smoking guns?  The smokiest one appears to be an assault on God Himself, reviving the old soundbyte from the April 8, 1966 cover of Time magazine that said “God Is Dead.”  Apparently, He isn't dead, He just isn't fixing terrorism.  And this is really mocking the omnipotence of God, not the political hacks.

An Anti-Semitism True Story


Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

December 6, 2015

Scripture Reading: Leviticus 19:33-34

Referring to the Scripture reading, if these were the only verses in the Bible, then we could conclude that we must love all strangers as ourselves.  So, any stranger who comes in our land, we should consider him as being one born among us.  We could adopt Asians, marry Mexicans and welcome all the different strangers to be citizens of our land.  We could be a great multi-cultural society.  But there are other verses in the Bible.  What do they say?

Numbers 1:51: “And when the tabernacle setteth forward, the Levites shall take it down:  and when the tabernacle is to be pitched, the Levites shall set it up, and the stranger who cometh near shall be put to death.”  

Jeremiah 51:51: “We are confounded, because we have heard reproach; shame hath covered our faces; for strangers are come into the sanctuaries of the LORD’S house.”

After church service last Sunday, I got home and I read the Sunday Cincinnati Enquirer.  I eventually got to the Forum Section and I couldn’t believe the headline:  “Anti-Semitism that can’t be Ignored.”  I wondered what that was all about.  The title got me interested enough to read the article.

The Future of Prophecy Part 4


Sermon Notes of Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Matthew 24:5-8

November 29, 2015

Wars and rumors of war.  Which is worse?  Well, don't worry, the future of prophecy is good by way of intelligent design, that no man may write the destiny of mankind without the hand of God.  That design, expressed throughout the Bible, is the preordained purpose to accomplish the will of God.  It is for our edification, which means learning and improvement.  We can look back in history (His story) and witness the veracity of the Word.  That history is an accounting of the progression of the Kingdom of God.  If we have the ears to hear it and eyes to see, we can prepare for the future and learn from the past.  Jewish supremacist decry and deny White Supremacy as something evil; whereas judaism has been the historical adversary to Christianity and the Christian faith has only been advanced by the White race.  What's wrong with that picture?  It is hypocritical and preposterous to claim the identity of God's chosen people while mocking and failing to measure up to the standards of true Israel.  The power of prophecy has the supernatural wherewithal to make an entire race of people repent, because it is the Truth and the Truth is heard and seen.  “Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ” Romans 10:17.  It changes our behavior, going from backsliding sinners to repentant believers.  Zuhr strangers cannot hear the Word.  Christ said only His people Israel can hear Him.  “My sheep hear My voice” John 10:27.  The last 2000 years has been one conflict after another.

Choose Ye This Day - The Kemble Daughters


Choose Ye This Day


by Pastor Ken Kemble

November 22, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Matthew 6:33

Our two-fold priority is to seek the Kingdom of God and His righteousness.  We must try to be like Him.

The Future of Prophecy Part 3


by Pastor Mark Downey

November 8, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Matthew 4:17, 6:33

In prophecy, what is the Kingdom?  When Pastor Elmore related his experience from 40 years ago in last week's sermon about his quest for the truth and asked a judeo-Christian minister, “What is the Kingdom?” and to his surprise, the minister said, after consulting stacks of books, “I don't know what it is either,” we can safely say that not much has changed in an entire generation. For such an incompetent reply, these kinds of retarded ministers have no business being behind a pulpit.  Perhaps I Peter 3:15 escaped his mind to “Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asks you a reason of the hope that is in you.”  For the future of prophecy is a hope in the Kingdom of God. 


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