Pastor Everett Ramsey
by Pastor Everett Ramsey
August 3, 2014
Scripture Reading: Psalms 79:1-13
Dr. Ramsey is remembered for his church in Nebraska being America’s first padlocked church for courageously refusing to bow to the government demand that he license their church school. He went to federal prison for standing his ground on Christian principles. He is also known for his super conferences and the Court of Divine Justice. Pastor Everett is a well known and respected Christian Identity author and speaker. Click here to visit his website.
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- We may be in the last days of this age, even if we’re not in “the last days”.
- Modern church teachings are not in line with biblical teaching
- There is an agenda to destroy Christian America
- The agenda is to get us to disobey and turn away from God
- Our forefathers came to this land, had a covenant with God and made a covenant with God
- Deuteronomy 28:15
- Our first national covenant (vs. 15)
- Obey and receive blessings; disobey and receive curses
- We have broken our Covenant with God
- God is bringing pestilence, sickness, droughts upon our people and our land
- God’s enemies are among us
- Our enemies are laughing and mocking, “Where is your God?”
- Psalm 33:10: Only one nation was chosen to receive God’s inheritance
- Christians can be bribed to disobey
- Our weakness: if we have to give something up, we won’t obey God
- God WILL make His children obey
- If you feel like you’re being punished, it’s because what you want is not what God wants. You need to pray differently.
- Things will not get better until we, as a nation, turn back to God
- The real enemy is the pastors who turn people away from God’s law and say it no longer pertains.
- Imprecatory prayer should be directed to this group and you will hear more about this in the near future.
- This ministry will be making an effort to use a combination of imprecatory prayer and social media to educate God’s people about these issues.
by Everett Ramsay, DD
From the book: Commentary of the New Testament
“Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I say unto you, That except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom of heaven.”
Jesus Christ made it plain that He did not come to alter or eliminate the law. He came to fulfill the law, especially that which is related to the covenant of Abraham. The ceremonial law was not removed or done away. It was fulfilled in Christ. The law is still there.
By Pastor Everett Ramsey
Matthew 11:14 “And if ye will receive it, this is Elias, which was for to come.”
Matthew 17:10 “And His disciples asked him, saying, Why then say the scribes that Elias must first come?”
By Pastor Everett Ramsey
November 11, 2012
Scripture Reading: Revelation 20:1-9
The first fourteen verses of the 26th Chapter of Isaiah Sets forth the triumph of the Kingdom and the destruction of the enemies of the Kingdom. In the 13th and 14th verses Isaiah referred to lords who had ruled over God's people in the past, stating in the 14th verse that they were now deceased that they would never live again. We say that the expression, '''they are deceased,'' is ''they are Rephaim. '' Attention was called to the fact that Rephaim referred to shades, fearful ones! Ghosts etc.
Thus the Rephaim were the disembodied spirits of the offspring of the angels who begat children by taking the daughters of men for wives. As a result of these forbidden marriages, we found that added to the sensual and carnal- the result of the temptation and fall-was now added highly-increased discernment and understanding but wholly devoid of spiritual direction. This enhanced the violent and power of those who exercised control over the population, the lords who ruled over them.