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.’  

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

Giving Thanks

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Sermon Notes by Pastor Mark Downey

November 11, 2013

Scripture Reading:  Psalm 95:1-11

An atheist was walking through the woods one day.  'What majestic trees'!  'What powerful rivers'!  'What beautiful animals',  he said to himself.  As he was walking alongside the river, he heard a rustling in the bushes behind him.  He turned to look. He saw a 7-foot grizzly bear charge towards him.  He ran as fast as he could up the path. He looked over his shoulder and saw that the bear was closing in on him.  He looked over his shoulder again, and the bear was even closer. He tripped and fell on the ground. He rolled over to pick himself up but saw that the bear was right on top of him, reaching for him with his left paw and raising his right paw to strike him.  At that instant the atheist cried out, 'Oh my God!'  Time Stopped.  The bear froze.  The forest was silent.  As a bright light shined down on the man, a voice came out of the sky. “You deny My existence for all these years, teach others I don't exist and even credit Creation to cosmic accident.  Do you expect Me to help you out of this predicament? Am I to count you as a believer”?  The atheist looked directly into the light, “It would be hypocritical of me to suddenly ask you to treat me as a Christian now, but perhaps you could make the bear a Christian?”  The light went out. The sounds of the forest resumed. And the bear dropped his right paw, brought both paws together, bowed his head & spoke:  "Lord, thank you for all that you provide, bless this food, which I am about to receive from thy bounty through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen."

I think this is an appropriate anecdote for the multitudes (or should I say mixed multitudes) who have benefited from living in the U.S.A., but cannot or will not attribute those benefits to the Benefactor from whence all blessings flow.  In this message, I’d like to take a look at the history of gratitude in America; specifically the nature of Thanksgiving Day and how it has evolved.  There is something terribly wrong with a White nation that had a Christian beginning, but several hundred years later cannot express the same spirit of thankfulness. 

Eliminate Separate Races

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By Pastor Don Elmore

November 15, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Acts 13:32

“And we declare unto you the glad tidings, how that the promise which was made unto the fathers, God has fulfilled the same unto us their children…”

Can anyone claim that this is not a racial statement?  Fathers…children is racial.  The Bible is full of statements like this one.  Then how could a Rabbi say the following unless he is deliberately lying?

“If anything, the law should encourage, not forbid, the intermingling of bloods…But legislation cannot change the human heart.  The only way we can accomplish that, the only we can achieve a Final Solution to racial prejudice, is to create a Change of races so universal that no one can preen himself on his racial ‘purity’ or practice the barbarism to safeguard it. 

The deliberate encouragement of interracial marriages is the only way to hasten this process.  And it may be that time is growing short.  The dominance of our world has begun to shift, like cargo in a listing vessel, from the White races to the colored.  The sooner we adjust to this fact, the better it will be for our children.  For we might well acknowledge, even the most enlightened of us, that we will never completely eliminate racial prejudice until we eliminate separate races.”  Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg, Maclean’s Magazine, September 5, 1967.

The Rabbi tells his lie that if they eliminate separate races that it would be better for our children.  Why would it be better?  All that would happen is that our children would no longer be a part of the Kingdom of God!  That is not better, that is worse!  They would be cut off like Esau’s offspring.  They would be a mongrel just like the Rabbi.

The Future of Prophecy Part 3

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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. 

It Took a Long Time

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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

November 1, 2015

Scripture Reading: Matthew 13:10-11

Jesus and his disciples preached the gospel of the ?   What is the missing word?  When I read the Bible through each month, many years ago; this question was a major inquiry that I had no idea of how to answer.  What was the gospel that our Savior and His disciples preached:  It was the gospel of the kingdom of heaven.  I had no idea what the kingdom was!  Let alone the gospel of the kingdom.

I knew the gospel of personal salvation.  I did not know the gospel of the kingdom.  So, when I went to Florida one summer for a couple of weeks about 40 years ago, to help out an independent Baptist preacher with his personal, secular contract work, while there I asked him this question:  What is the kingdom?

He answered:  “I will study it out and preach you a sermon on it this Sunday.” 

I was excited.  I would finally have a whole lot of Scriptures come out of the darkness into the light if I knew the answer to this question.  But I will never forget what happened. 

The Gold Nugget

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by Pastor Brian Jones

October 25, 2015

Scripture Reading: Job 23:10-11

Gold has to be tested with fire.  The hotter the fire, the more impurities are burned away.  Our Father loves you.  Be an overcomer.  God's timing in your life is perfect.

Separation of Church and State

By Matthew Luckey

“The goal of the revolution, of moral disarmament then, was liberty, fraternity, and equality:  liberty from God, fraternity in sin, equality of all moral, economic and religious distinctions.  But the end was liberty from life, fraternity in death, and equality in hell.”    —Rousas John Rushdoony, CHALCEDON REPORT #32

What sentiment of the political mainstream in possibly more commonplace than that old secular chestnut “separation of church and state?  Have you ever stopped to consider the possibility that the general American consciousness has been so utterly conditioned by the ideology of “separation of church and state” that this ideology has become standard operation procedure with church itself?   That we have separation of Christianity from church, of Christianity from professional churchianity? 

The real decision-making authority in church no longer issues from the Word of God — what churches do is not determined by Scripture — but from secular management theory and market demand.  The evangelical and Fundamentalist churches have become like petit secular states, in which members/consumers are allowed to believe pretty much whatever they want so long as they keep it a private matter to themselves.  The only thing unconditionally prohibited is Christianity interfering with church government and church business.

The true religion of Judeo-Christianity has finally revealed itself to be “separation of Christianity from the church.” 

The Future of Prophecy Part 2

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by Pastor Mark Downey

October 18, 2015

Scripture Reading: Luke 10:2

In prophecy, what is the harvest?  From today's Scripture reading, the harvest simile commenced during Christ's lifetime, as He sent out 35 advance teams of 2 disciples (student interns) each (70) to the venues where Christ would go for ministering.  If the prohibition of going to the heathen and Samaritans was sound advice, is there any reason to believe that they would go to places where Christ was not scheduled to go?  Does one harvest their crops in thickly wooded forest, the frigid tundra or tropical jungles?  No, we harvest our crops from the cultivated areas from which we planted seed and gave nourishment.  Christ bids His students, whether it was directed to the 12 or the 70 is immaterial, to pray for the Lord of the harvest, which is proof of prayer being made to He who has the care and charge of the whole election of grace, to wherever the elect reside, that He will send forth laborers into His harvest.  Why?  Because the elect are scattered throughout the world and are a particularly vast multitude, specifically Christ's compassion for the lost sheep of the house of Israel; men perishing for a lack of knowledge and sheep without a shepherd.  The harvest is not found in every square inch of the earth, but in the fields of the world, where a potential bounty is planted.  Universalism would go on missions where they dared to check Christ's orders.  They lacked not only an understanding of the prophetic harvest, but hindered it as well; they gave that which was holy to the dogs (Mt. 7”6).  Global elitists, i.e. those who want to rule the world without Jesus Christ, do not want Bible prophecy to interfere with the status quo and their power structure.  And so prophecy must be distorted and managed in their favor. 

The United States: Oregon Disaster

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October 11, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Genesis 27:39-41

Esau passed his hatred of Jacob to his children.  They waited for Jacob to return from Syria after he had left by his father’s and mother’s request.  Esau was ready to murder him.  Let’s review:

  • Jacob received the birthright from Esau in a deal in which Esau traded it for a bowl of red lentil soup.
  • Isaac had blessed Jacob; but Jacob obtained it deceitfully from him with help from his mother.
  • Jacob had been sent to Syria to take a wife of his own kind.  Jacob was charged not to take a wife of the Canaanites.  He married his mother’s niece.
  • Esau’s Canaanite wives did not please his parents, so Esau married his father’s niece; an Ishmaelite.
  • Jacob obeyed his parents by going to Syria.  He was there for 20 years.

Before Jacob left on his journey, his father called to him and blessed him and gave him a charge:

The Future of Prophecy Part 1

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by Pastor Mark Downey

October 4, 2015

Scripture Reading: I Cor. 13:4-10

If you recall, earlier this year, I did a series called 'Rebuttal to JVT,' and I mocked their promulgation of so called prophetic “blood moons,” the last of which was Monday morning on the 28th of September (2015).  And what spectacular event fulfilled all the hoopla we've been hearing from prophecy experts for the last couple of years?  Nothing, zip, zero, zilch.  The Pope came to America and made a big Jesuit ass out of himself, addressing Congress for the first time ever and not once did he mention Jesus Christ!  There is nothing in the prophets about the rank of Pope.  Russia and China have vowed to fight ISIS, because they know Obongo is Commander in Chief of ISIS.   There is nothing in the prophets allowing strangers, who are not our kin, to rule over us, unless the wrath of God is kindled and we get somebody like Barry Sotero as punishment.  Maybe the Apocalypse has been canceled until the next blood moons in 2033.  John Hagee, one of the most celebrated jewish stooges of the century, has milked this cash cow with his bestselling book rattling the cages of his followers, with the premise that “The coming four blood moons points to a world-shaking event that will happen between April 2014 and October 2015,” told reporters the day after the lunar lunacy, it meant, “an event of historical significance to the Jewish people is occurring or will occur.”  Do you think he could be a little bit more generalized with egg on his face, in saving face?  It's ironic that these prophecy teachers contend that it's the end of the world, when no such thing is taught in the Bible.  Nothing in the prophets indicates the planet earth will cease to exist.  Do you think he cares about God's Law for false prophets?  And why are so many people fooled by fools?  The blind lead the blind.  The prophets were never respected because they went against the status quo. 

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