by Pastor Don Elmore
July 7, 2013
Scripture Reading: Psalms 105:6-11
In the Answers in Genesis’ book, “One Race, One Blood,” written by Ken Ham, a white, and Charles Ware, a black man in 2010, it makes the statement: “Marriage is a litmus test for racism, usually revealing what we really believe about those from other people groups—and there are a significant number of Christians (particularly in America) who would claim that such ‘interracial’ marriages directly violate God’s principles in the Bible, and should not be allowed” page 124.
This book says that if you are against interracial dating and interracial marriage then you are a racist and fail the litmus test of the bible.
Universal theologians and churches have been spouting this similar lie for decades: All men are descended from the same person. They repeatedly teach that all people of today are descended from Noah; and since the entire world was supposedly destroyed by a world flood, they say that all people of today are also descended from Adam; for that was who Noah was descended from.
by Jim Jester
Part 1: Slavery Turns Radical; Towards War; Emancipation; Filthy Lucre; Federalism
Part 2: Empire; Secessionism; A Just War?; Aftermath
Part 3: Strategy; Lee's Secret Plan; Doomsday; Tightening the Federal Noose; Conclusion
by Mark Downey
July 13, 2014
Scripture Reading: Hebrews 13:3
“Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them” Heb. 13:3 ESV. I wonder how many Christians heed this passage or even understand the ramifications of what they're being admonished to do. Although it's not Scripture, we have heard the idiomatic expression, “There but for the grace of God go I.” I wonder how many people have committed crimes and have never been caught? I wonder how many Christians think so and so should be in jail for something they think he did wrong, when in fact incarceration is no where to be found in God's Law. The only justice meted out in the Bible is restitution or death, which is a pretty good deterrent against crime or what we call sin. But, this passage in Hebrews isn't necessarily talking about criminal actions, or debt or immorality and certainly not your more heinous crimes of malevolence, but rather those who are in bondage for the sake of Christ. Today we call them political prisoners or prisoners of war (POW's). This is often the case with God's elect standing on principles and demonized in a nation under occupation and not under God. You know you're doing something right when “men shall revile you, and persecute you, an shall say all manner of evil against you falsely” for the sake of Christ (Mt. 5:11). I dare say that the antichrist jew would like to put every racist, what they consider an “antisemite,” and every politically incorrect hate group in concentration camps to die. They are so bold today, to talk of the White race and Christianity in the past tense, in the most disparaging terms. But in spite of this, the Holy Spirit compels White men to proclaim the Good News of the Gospels and to produce good fruit. You usually won't find them in the churches, but you'll find them in the trenches of racial consciousness. That's where the real battle is being fought, in the hearts and minds of our kind.
We should not forget those who dare take a stand. We should admire those who, as the KJV puts it, “Prove[s] all things; hold fast [hold on to] that which is good” I Thes. 5:21. The CNT renders it, “But scrutinize all things, hold fast that which is right.” Unfortunately, when a society has a government that no longer adheres to proof or scrutiny, it no longer is a terror to the evil, but to the good and righteous. In lieu of jewish death camps for the goyim, we have instead a criminal justice growth industry, whereby innocent men and women can be thrown into prison on the flimsiest of pretext(s). And that's always been the case when the wicked rule, the people mourn; but, “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice” Prov. 29:2. We remember the victims of injustice by praying for them, sending them letters, visiting them and relieving them of their distress with the Comforter, the Spirit of God that gives us peace... as if we were in their position. Lord knows they suffer spiritual adversity, physical afflictions, stress from an environment of non-Whites, the unbelief of brethren and the temptations of the world.
by Joel Taylor
The Gettysburg Address is so full of holes when compared with the Declaration of Independence that I do not see how anyone can miss what Lincoln did. A close examination shows us that the Address is the foundation, the new constitution, of the nation in which we now live. It did away with the Declaration of Independence and the original Constitution, and it formed a new nation, a nation dedicated to empire building — enforcing its will on all others. We have seen many examples during our lifetime of Lincoln’s new nation’s goal of subduing all to its will; such as the Ten Commandments issue in Alabama, the Florida election, gun control measures, etc. All these establish Federal control over the local states. Lincoln’s Federal nation believes it has the right to enforce its will upon the states, and, if necessary, will use military might to enforce its will. Here are a few of the obvious statements showing Lincoln’s overthrow of the nation founded by the Declaration of Independence, a nation no longer in existence.
First, our fathers did not bring forth on this continent a new nation. Lincoln brought forth that new nation. Our fathers brought forth thirteen new nations. The union of those thirteen individual and independent nations was known as these united States, not this United States. America was conceived as thirteen individual nations, united together for their common good. But Lincoln’s War forced the individual nations into one nation, quite contrary to what our fathers fought and died to give us.
Second, that nation was not dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal; that is, founded so all people would have equal rights. The common unity of the original thirteen individual and independent nations was over the problem of oppressive government intervention. Read “The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America as presented in Congress, July 4, 1776.” (Note the name tells us that the Declaration was by thirteen united States located in America.) The complaints of the thirteen independent nation-states against the oppressions of the King of Great Britain sound very much like the complaints of the fifty states against the Federal Government established by Lincoln.
by Pastor Don Elmore
July 6, 2014
Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 25:1-7
This portion of Scripture gives the reference of when it was spoken: the fourth year of Jehoiakim, king of Judah. For twenty-three years, God had sent Jeremiah and His prophets to them telling the Judahites to repent. Notice they all got up early. Did any of the Judahites listen?
|Babylonian Captivity||18 years|
You can tell from the chart that the Kingdom of Judah went into the Babylonian Captivity eighteen years after this portion of Scripture was given. The House of Israel was already taken into the Assyrian Captivity as well as most of the House of Judah. It was given in the fourth year of the reign of Jehoiakim and in eighteen more years Judah no longer existed as a nation.
By Charles Adams
In years past, many of us of the older generation had to learn the Gettysburg Address given by president Abraham Lincoln to dedicate the cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It is chiseled in stone at the Lincoln Memorial and most Americans rank it with the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. That it has survived with such reverence is one of the most bizarre aspects of the war, for while it may be good poetry, it certainly lacks good thinking. It reflected Lincoln’s logic, which was based on errors and falsehoods, and did not fit the world of his day. The following is taken, in part, from When in the Course of Human Events by Charles Adams:
by Pastor Mark Downey
June 29, 2014
Scripture Reading: Matthew 12:31-32
In the 1st century AD Jesus was born into the world where the timing and location had to be perfect for Him to fulfill His divine destiny. Judean culture at that time had a great expectation for the prophesied Messiah in anticipation of being delivered from the Roman occupation of what comprised the territories of ancient Israel. Our people had to wait over 700 years for the prophesied Messiah of Isaiah 53. Likewise, the Second Coming is a long wait and Israel would again be under a beastly occupation. But, when the Anointed of God finally came 2000 years ago with His Plan of Deliverance, the people of the land refused to acknowledge the authority He brought with Him. The Pharisees were among the people who did not approve of Jesus; Christ was not behaving in the manner they expected the Messiah to behave in. Christ was not validating the religious establishment; the commonplace everyday blasphemies of the good old boys club; nor was He submitting himself to peer psychology whereby He was the clay and the people were the Potter. He just didn't play the game of the orthodoxies of error that had become the matrix of society. We feel the same rejection in Christian Identity, because we don't fit in to most congregations out there.
And I have to wonder, is it any different today with Pharisees behind the pulpits of America, indicting those who function in the power of God with the same kind of inane disdain. How dare you implicate Jesus having a racial message. And yet we come for the same lost sheep of the house of Israel that Jesus Christ said He came for (Mt. 15:24). The Pharisees within Identity and without in judeo-churchianity can say all manner of evil against me and other Bible believing Christian Israelites falsely, but when they perjure the authority of my witness or misrepresent testimony of our brethren with outright lies, they have blasphemed the spirit of one's calling from God. Perjury is the deliberate falsification of the facts under oath. So if one calls themselves a Christian, they are automatically sworn to tell the truth; otherwise they commit the sin of bearing false witness. Are we not oath-bound to the God of Israel? If they did it to Christ, they will do it to His followers. Jesus said, “If the world hates you, understand that it hated Me before it hated you” John 15:18. I tend to believe that our detractor's problem is not with us, but with God. The Disciples of Christ had the same problem of people becoming Christians for the wrong reasons.
As viewed from Biblical Law, by James Jester
The Constitution of the United States has long been regarded as the document which protects our God-given Rights. It is a well-known fact of history that the constitution would not have been ratified by the states without some protection of these Rights. The result was the Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the constitution. The people reasoned, what good is a constitution without some guarantee? They had just fought a tyrannical government and did not want their new centralized government to become too powerful. As the actor, Mel Gibson, asked in his movie, The Patriot, “What difference does it make if we have one tyrant a thousand miles away, or a thousand tyrants one mile away?”
Many founders knew that the new constitution would only work for Godly men and understood that if the ungodly came to power nothing would stop them.“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”Evidently, John Adams (and others) knew something that most today do not. Were they aware that this document had a loophole in it? Are our God-given Rights really guaranteed? Can the constitution contradict and violate these very Rights? Could it be that immoral and irreligious people now run our country? It is obvious today that very evil people do run this government for there is no limit to what they have done or can do. Neither is there any accountability or punishment found in the constitution for evildoers. There are at least three ways that the constitution can allow the “fearful taskmaster” (government) that George Washington warned us about.
By Pastor Don Elmore
June 22, 2014
Scripture Reading: Genesis 12:6-9
6) “And Abram passed through the land unto the place of Shechem, unto the oak of Moreh. And the Canaanite was then in the land.
7) And the LORD appeared unto Abram, and said, Unto thy seed will I give this land: and there builded he an altar unto the LORD, who appeared unto him.
8) And he removed from there unto a mountain on the east of Bethel, and pitched his tent, having Bethel on the west, and Hai on the east: and there he builded an altar unto the LORD, and called upon the name of the LORD.
9) And Abram journeyed going on still toward the Negev.”
When one reads the Bible what does one find? The contents are not what the average Christian thinks should be in there. Most churches do not teach anything about biblical history; only most of their Sunday schools do--if they have one. But they teach very little about the kings, battles, religious views and genetic purity or mongrelization of each country; and it is totally disorganized. They believe that it is not important. Maybe this is one reason that most Christians don’t read their Bibles: because it is so different from what they are taught in church.
The Bible tells the story of different races, primarily two; one pure and the other mongrel. What does history have to do with the story of Christ’s birth, death, resurrection and ascensions? What does the history tell us about personal salvation? One would think this is what the Bible teaches from what the churches instruct; practically no biblical history.
by Pastor Mark Downey
June 15, 2014
Scripture Reading: Romans 13:10-12
This is a message guaranteed to irritate politically correct liberals or even kosher conservatives who pretend to be defenders of a moral culture, when in fact, both contribute to the decadence and corruption of society. My original title was “A Time To Hate' from the book of Ecclesiastes and then changed to 'Hate Is A Family Value,' but I decided to settle on the proactive title 'I Love To Hate,” because it's self explanatory (which I'll explain in a moment) and logical. It would be a contradiction to say I hate to hate. That's like Bill Clinton saying, “We will not tolerate intolerance.” Let me say from the onset that there's nothing wrong with hate unless someone comes along and redefines it to mean something malicious, malevolent, sadistic or satanic etc, which is exactly what totalitarians do in a dictatorship; they can make words mean whatever they want; and it becomes a war of words. Orwell exemplified this in his classic novel '1984' with three slogans: war is peace, freedom is slavery and ignorance is strength. If they make sense, you're either a master of doublethink or have stopped thinking altogether. The last thing a dictatorship wants, is it's subjects hating what the regime wants you to think.