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.
And yet 99% of these ignoramus pulpit pounders of dispensationalism will, on any given Sunday, give you the wrong answer or no answer at all, because their concept of the Kingdom is relegated to jews, the future and some otherworld. It replaces the living Word with a dead religion. Do you know why prophetic Babylon is called “Mystery” in Rev. 17:5? It's because the Kingdom of Heaven is likewise a mystery for those who take the word of man, rather than the Word of God. The Kingdom of God can be whittled down to four basic elements: 1. people, 2. land, 3. law and 4. a king. Did you know that the Kingdom has already been here, historically? It was set up and ready to go, but there was an impediment to the Kingdom and it was strangers and their strange gods. It was against God's Law for the racial aliens to dwell in the land of the Israelites (Exodus 23:33). They were so close, but no cigar. All 4 elements must coexist to be 'THE' Kingdom.
Ancient Israel was divided into northern and southern Kingdoms; both failed in their mission; both failed to establish the Kingdom on earth; and ever since then, their identity has been obscure, but not vanquished. By the time of Christ, they were called “lost sheep.” If the Bible continues to allude to the Kingdom of God or Heaven, it is prophetic of it being finally fulfilled. For the last 2000 years it has not come to pass as a physical government of Christ (although it has come close; the problem has always been sustainability), because the prophecies concerning the reestablishment of Israel are critical to the Kingdom, although the spirit of the Kingdom is as Luke 17:21 reminds us, “within you.” The idea itself is joy unspeakable and full of glory. There are only three contenders for who Israel is and it's 1. the so called “Church,” 2. the jews and 3. the lesser known candidate to whom pertains the true identity of Israel and that is the White race. That's because Jesus was White and traces His family tree back to Adam, the first White man created by God. Christian Identity proves it. The future of prophecy, therefore, is about the White man's relationship with Jesus Christ (the King in the Kingdom) and the establishment of His Kingdom and His citizens who will reside there.
When we pray the Lord's Prayer, it says, “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven” Mt. 6:10. Notice it does not say 'thy will be done in heaven, as it is on earth.' And for good reason, because the Kingdom, as it pertains to us, is on earth and there have been many opportunities in which Israelites could have ushered in a New Age, a Kingdom Age, where Christ rules and reigns, but one or more of the elements of the Kingdom were missing. How could the “Church” get the venue so messed up? The Kingdom is not in heaven or in God, it is from heaven and from God. It got obfuscated by the inveterate jew assuming a false identity and changing the truth into a lie. Where in prophecy does it say that our future home is in outer space or heaven, if you will? Psalms 115:16 LXX says, “The heaven of heavens belongs to the Lord: but He has given the earth to the sons of men.” Be that as it may, Daniel 4:17 establishes the chain of command, which most men do not understand to this day, “that the Most High rules over the kingdoms of the world. And bestows it on whom He wishes and appoints over it the lowliest of men.” But the game changer is when the Kingdom of God absorbs the kingdoms of the world (Rev. 11:15) and the lowliest of men will no longer rule. In fact, they may be on the outside of the Kingdom. “Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God?” I Cor. 6:9.
Some people wonder if the Kingdom of God is different than the Kingdom of Heaven, but I think they're the same. Today's Scripture reading from Mt. 4:17 says the “Kingdom of heaven is at hand” and yet the parallel verse in Mark 1:15 says “Kingdom of God.” The same kind of discrepancy can be found in “Blessed are the poor” in Mt. 5:3 and Luke 6:20. Perhaps Matthew, writing to residents of Judea, was influenced by patronizing the religious restraints for the tetragrammaton or alleged “sacred name” of God, whereas Mark and Luke were addressing a wider audience in the Hellenized societies of the Mediterranean. However, Matthew did use both expressions in Mt. 19:23-24 interchangeably to quell any future controversies. Of course, people are prone to look the other way when such evidence is staring them in the face. There is evidence that the practice of making God and heaven interchangeable was a writing style employed by the prophet Daniel during the Babylonian captivity, called a circumlocution i.e. an indirect expression to avoid saying something clearly. Apparently Daniel did not buy into the tetragrammaton and used the circumlocution of the word 'heaven,' not only being God's abode, but a synonym for God as well. Daniel 4:26 is no doubt a scribal error in the KJV as the circumlocution of 'Kingdom of Heaven' gradually formed credence over time, which the scribes had no historical familiarity with. It did not mean “the heavens rule,” but rather that “Heaven rules” i.e. God rules. The word 'heaven' itself throughout some prophecies, does not mean God's abode, but an elevated form of authority, even a divine authority delegated to man from God. Revelation 12 is one example of two quite different schools of interpretation on how “heaven” is rendered.
Ironically, the word 'name,' especially when presuming a sacred name of God, such as “Yahweh,” is the Greek word onoma (#3686) and means authority or character either literally or figuratively. Christian Identity, likewise, has a preoccupation with sacred names from some quarters, none of which interest me, having nothing of prophetic significance or bearing on the Kingdom. Where is it explained in Scripture why one omit the vowels from an alleged sacred name of God in order not to utter His very name? This superstitious tradition has survived the ages by ultra orthodox jews who will never pronounce this sacred name, because of the Babylonian talmud and rabbinic law. On occasion, you may see G-d without an “o” and this is the same principle taken to the extreme. I can assure you that I use the title 'God' all the time and it has never been in vain nor in conflict with the Third Commandment. I have never been struck down by lightning for using the various names or appellations, which are nothing more than descriptions of His character, found in the Bible. What should concern us is taking the authority of God in vain. A lot of confusion could be avoided by “rightly dividing” (discerning the right definition) of the word onoma as either name or authority. A constant hen pecking of spellings and pronunciations is best left to modern Pharisees, which makes the Law of none effect. History reveals the effects of abusing God's authority as it pertains to advancing the Kingdom of God/Heaven. One may have possession of a deciphered tetragrammaton, but as Peter exhorted, “We should obey God rather than man” in the affairs of government. Otherwise, should one possess both the name and authority of God, they have overcome vanity. Notwithstanding, the book of Ecclesiastes declares six times that “all is vanity” (1:2, 1:14, 2:11, 3:19, 11:8, 12:8). That is not to say however, that vanity will not be overcome. For there will be overcomers overcoming the world. “All have fallen short of the glory of God” including myself, but I pray that my spirit is willing, even though my flesh is weak (Mark 14:38). The point is: we can't do it on our own, we need Christ.
Understanding these misunderstood terms can greatly enhance our rendering prophecy correctly. The “Church” not only teaches the wrong venue for the Kingdom, but totally wipes out the Resurrection of the dead from where they rest in peace. If you ever visit New England, look at the early American cemeteries where you will see thousands of gravestones marked R.I.P., which signified their Christian belief that “The Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the archangel's voice, and with the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first” (I Thes. 4:16) i.e. being buried in the earth and as the Kingdom commences with the Second Coming, they are resurrected from their graves. How on earth can they be both dead and in heaven to be resurrected from the grave? And why would Christ descend back to earth for the resurrection of His people if they are where He just came from? Somebody put up detour signs leading people away from the path of righteousness. “There is life in the path of righteousness, but another path leads to death” Prov. 12:28.
In my studies, I have found prophecies concerning the Kingdom to be chronologically vague, but maybe that's the way it's supposed to be. Let's stop and examine the resurrection, being that it is critical to understanding the Kingdom. Certain terms and phrases in John's Revelation have been misconstrued regarding the thousand year rule of Christ. The KJV speaks of a “first resurrection” in Rev. 20:5, implying that there's a second resurrection. However, William Finck in his commentary 'ChristReich,' dispels much of the confusion with the infusion of “But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished” just before the “first resurrection” phrase, which was itself poorly translated. The first sentence in verse 5 is an interpolation (something that is added to Scripture), which was only found in certain texts after the 9th century AD. The Majority Text and earlier manuscripts do not have this interpolation. Most Bible scholars worth their salt do not think it should be in the book of Revelation, but most apologetic agents of churchianity have their own agenda and include it. The Greek word for 'resurrection' (#G386, anastasis) can mean “raised to life again,” but it can also mean “a moral recovery of spiritual truth.” There is no historical witness for the dead rising from the grave and has led many judeo-Christians to believe that this particular prophecy has not yet happened. The word 'anastasis' has a much broader and fuller implication than what is commonly accepted as merely resurrection. Liddell and Scott's Greek Lexicon defines the word anastasis to mean: "a setting up again" – "REBUILDING" – "RESTORATION." The only translation we should read in verse 5 is “This is the first restoration,” as we read in the CNT.
The context and fulfillment of Rev. 20:5 is found in verse 4 according to Finck's commentary, which speaks of the great price White Adamic Christians paid for their faith, being relentlessly persecuted by their rival religion, the judaism of jews. The spineless jews were the instigators that caused pagan Rome to behead, crucify and torment Christians. These martyrs refused to worship the beast nor his image and did not receive the sign upon their forehead and hands. In other words, they understood they were created in the image of God and that the very thoughts of their mind and the works of their hands were not dependent upon Babylon or any of the other successive beast empires antithetical to our Father in Heaven. While verse 5 means restoration, there is nothing that limits it in time. All of our Israelite-Anglo-Saxon race shall be saved, if not “in the twinkling of an eye” for eternity (I Cor. 15:52), then “for a thousand years” as well, from our enemies. History (His story) shows us that the persecutions of Christians i.e. the body of Christ, the fallen Adamic race, subsided with Constantine and so began a restoration of a figurative 'thousand years,' meaning a long period of time. The children of Adam recovered a sense of morality from the spiritual truths brought by Christ. It was a divine process to perfect or complete the original plan for mankind and the only way to do that was to be free of their eternal adversary Esau-Edom. For that approximation of time, Christianity prevailed in Europe without the yoke of antichrists choking the Word, albeit Christian governance was often just lip service, rather than being in service to God. The symbol of kingship was the Cross, opposed to a more ancient symbol of the serpent. Nevertheless, the jew was delegated to the ghetto during this time period, like a rat in the sewer, and did not destroy the racial tranquility and time to assimilate the gospel of the Kingdom; which nefarious Protocols would fulfill later. It was an unfettered time of reflection upon discerning the words of Christ and their application thereof. Most people cannot come close to imagining a jew-free society that has infested our culture like lice. Got ZyklonB?
The satanic families would be released from their prisons (their restricted territories) and go out to deceive the nations (Rev. 20:7-8). We can see how this happened and how prophecy has been fulfilled in this respect. It may seem odd that true Israel had this period of time, a thousand years, and at the same time were under the “seven times punishment.” But, it probably explains why it was not time for the Kingdom to be fulfilled yet, according to God's timetable. The jewish satans of the world had been kept away from our people by the will of God. The processing of wheat and tares - being cultivated in the fields, would “both grow together until the time of the harvest” (Mt. 13:30). This process of “a thousand years” developed Christianity to face the process of jews gaining access to the Medici popes and plying usury into Christendom with cunning shrewdness. The culmination of jewish perfidy was then realized through the emancipation of jewry in Europe at the time of the French Revolution. The jew was now loosed from the “bottomless pit” (Rev. 17:8) and wandered the earth to deceive and destroy. The Edomite shield of red manifested in the house of Rothschild and their power of the purse grew exponentially. Behold the world today: under the tentacles of international banking, the commercial spirit of Babylon, a den of secret viper societies, not a coming “Antichrist,” but “even now already is it in the world” (I John 4:3)... but there is a coming harvest (see Part 2 of this series), which processes the separation of good from evil. The Kingdom is void of serpents and dragons.
They (the judeo-Christian proponents of a false eschatology i.e. the theology of the latter days) arbitrarily put the “new heaven and new earth” (Isaiah 65:17) in another galaxy, in another world or maybe in a Twilight Zone. Their New Jerusalem is just a makeover of the old one with jews in charge. The newness of life in Christ, which the New Testament writers alluded to with many of these symbolic expressions, were all various terms for the Kingdom. The prophecy of a new heaven and a new earth and a New Jerusalem began in earnest in the 1st century with the rapid rise of ecclesias, the called out ones of God who saw the world in a new light and began exercising a new power, while the “synagogue of satan,” the judaistic world, was being dissolved. “For the kingdom of God is not a matter of talk but of power” I Cor. 4:20. The struggle for the Kingdom has been ongoing ever since. “And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and the violent take it by force” Mt. 11:12. And the thing is, the plunderers do it all in the name of Christianity. They not only substitute the political power of God with themselves (in reference to II Thes. 2:4, the secular humanism of judaism), but they also pervert the Kingdom within (Luke 17:21), the soul of the believer. A double whammy to preempt and postpone the Kingdom indefinitely. This is the purpose of apostasy and the church paves the way for good intentions in lieu of God's intent. Besides the aforementioned, the Holy Spirit saw fit to use a number of appellations related to and synonymous with the Kingdom: the latter days, the last day(s), the hereafter, regeneration, times of refreshing, times of restitution, the day of Christ, the day of the Lord, the city of God, Abraham's bosom, Paradise, the Promised Land, etc.
Isaiah 45:17 makes this exclusive racial prophecy, “Israel shall be saved in the Lord with an everlasting salvation; you will not be put to shame or humiliated for all eternity.” Literally, a salvation guaranteed by a Kinsman Redeemer that continues age after age and will never be modified to include other races. The title 'Israel' means “God rules” and if God attached that thought to Jacob, it means the Lord choose a people to be “ruling with God.” Why would God give that title to the people who killed the Lord on the Cross? He wouldn't and didn't. God created the heavens and the earth, putting everything in place so that it would be inhabited. In verse 19, “I have not spoken in secret, In some dark land; I did not say to the offspring of Jacob, Seek Me in a waste place; I, the Lord, speak righteousness, Declaring things that are upright. Assemble yourselves and come; draw near together, you survivors of the nations! They have no knowledge who carry about their wooden idols, and keep on praying to a god that cannot save” Isaiah 45:19-20. “They” who are not Israel are to be separated from us, because all they've ever had is “a god that cannot save.” “They” are increasingly turning against the White race in massive movements of malice; only the drumbeat of jungle law matters. 2015 has been an acceleration of God's enemies becoming more open and daring.
There's a football coach, Joe Kennedy, from Bremerton, WA, in the news the other day, who is garnering national attention for praying on the 50 yard line after games and was put on paid leave until he agrees not to pray. He has never asked anyone else to participate in the post-game prayer, but his team and even the other teams have joined him. No name has been attached to who is responsible for the school district decision and Kennedy cannot find any school officials willing to talk to him other than their lawyers. What got me was a TV interview at FOX news where he asked, “Are we supposed to be afraid of the Satanists?” And I believe he's on the right track in identifying the culprits.
There are Satan worshipers today who are coming out of the closet, just like the sodomites did many years ago in San Francisco and New York. If queers can emulate “as it was in the days of Lot,” then what kind of future portends the American landscape of capitol rotundas occupied by statues of Baphomet? If sodomites can rename themselves “gay,” then Satanists can and have renamed themselves “rationalists.” Here is a picture of an actual traveling occupation of coercion, threatening Christian displays of the Ten Commandments, from Oklahoma to Detroit. Look at this absurd monster. This is the fruits of tolerance and years of brainwashing that have people paying $75 for an abortion rights fund raiser, dancing and partying before a winged dingbat goat god. There is ample evidence to prove that leading world figures, global elitists, are members of secret societies who delve into the sadistic occult from child ritual murder to unjust wars, Big Pharma, yellow journalism, MKULTRA, big corporations, corrupt government and phoney churches. And that's the short list. How did we ever gravitate to multi-generational satanic families that are the main adversaries to God Almighty in the world today? If “hate” isn't directed at what is destroying the traditional family unit, then love those who hate God and see what happens.
What has been happening over time is the paganization and thus mongrelization of the church, which permeates White societies. Prophecy warns us about race traitors who will lead the flocks astray. We are all familiar with “Wolves in sheep's clothing,” but is it taken seriously? Obviously not, when disguised as soft-spoken, even effeminate preachers who come with the persona of harmless doctrines, which are in reality deathly. Jeremiah 23:16-18 gives a long standing prophecy, a warning for all generations, “Thus says the Lord of armies, Do not listen to the words of the prophets who are prophesying to you. They are leading you into futility; they speak a vision of their own imagination, not from the mouth of the Lord. They keep saying to those who despise My word, 'Don't worry! The Lord says you will have peace!' And to those who stubbornly follow their own desires, they say, 'No harm will come your way! Yet which of them has ever stood in the Lord's inner circle so they could see and hear what He has to say? Which of them have ever paid attention or listened to what He has said?” Paul is in agreement with Jeremiah; in Romans 16:17 he says, “Now I exhort you, brethren, to watch out for those who cause dissension and scandal contrary to the teaching which you have been instructed in, and turn away from them.”
In ancient times, our ancestors only wanted to hear good things from the prophets, so that when a real prophet of God came along with chastisement and warnings, they were not well received. Isaiah 30:9-10 likewise states the obvious mindset of apostasy, “That this is a rebellious people, lying children, children that will not hear the law of the Lord; They say to the seers, See no more visions! and to the prophets, Give us no more visions of what is right! Tell us pleasant things, prophesy illusions.” Again, Paul nails the problem thusly in Romans 16:18, “For such men are slaves, not of our Lord Christ but of their own appetites; and by their smooth and flattering speech they deceive the minds of naive people.” It is more than difficult to understand the heart of wickedness when everything in your society labels good evil and evil good from cradle to grave. The baby boomer generation are the lab rats caught in the middle of a war to win their hearts and minds over to a satanic program that caters only to their five senses. The petri dish is ladened with a virus that kills any spiritual growth. The carnal cancer grows for the sake of a New World Order. Even though one cannot measure evil per se, we can witness a spike in those things that begin to agitate the prophetic “manchild,” the latter day saints (no, not Mormons) awakening to the New Covenant in their heart and mind. The wicked are going to take a clobbering from an angry God, because they deserve it, and Jeremiah 23:20 says, “In the latter days you will understand it perfectly.” Once there's a glimmer of light, darkness is a losing proposition. “And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not” John 1:5. Taken from a Christian Identity perspective, all four elements of the Kingdom become uncloaked and naked. The Word reveals the Truth.
Put very simply, Christ said, “All power is given unto Me in heaven and earth” Mt. 28:18. The Lord asserts here that there is only one sovereignty in the universe; He has supreme authority over the whole Kingdom of God. The KJV says incorrectly “is given” when in fact it's past tense and 'was given' or 'has been given.' It is a power which He has merited by His incarnation, death and resurrection as prophesied in the Old Testament. “Ask of Me, and I will surely give the nations as Your inheritance, And the very ends of the earth as Your possession. You shall break them with a rod of iron and dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel” Ps. 2:8-9 NASB. A very small part of the nations (heathen in the KJV) were the inheritance of David, and therefore the Messiah only can be spoken of in this verse. Another problem then, is, who is the Messiah? The church chooses a universalist messiah saving all races regardless of the Word saying otherwise; the jews consider themselves to be the messiah; but White Identity Christians abide by the Word declaring a High Priest and King who said He came only for “the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Mt. 15:24, 10:6). The Messiah of the Bible reflects the positive racism of the Bible. “These twelve Jesus sent out with the following instructions: Do not go among the heathens [racial aliens] or enter any town of the Samaritans [more racial aliens]. But go rather to those being the lost sheep of the house of Israel. And as you go, preach, saying, 'The kingdom of heaven is at hand” Mt. 10:5-7. If there is any modifications or diminishing of these words from Christ, you are hearing the words of change agents, who think they can abscond an authority that belongs only to Christ.
King David prophesied of a satanic aristocracy that would run concurrent with a royal priesthood advancing the Kingdom of God. Are we supposed to be afraid of these Satanists under a myriad of guises? No, and yet there's a movement of conspiracy theorists who are nothing but fear mongers. Yes, there are antichrist conspiracies. No, they will not win in the end. “The kings of the earth prepare for battle, the rulers conspire together against the Lord and His Anointed One. Let us break their chains and throw off their shackles” Ps. 2:2-3. Does that sound like a plan? Yeah, God's plan for the ages! Continuing in verse 7-9, “I will declare the decree: the Lord has said unto me, You are my Son; this day have I begotten you. Only ask, and I will give you the nations as your inheritance, the whole earth as your possession. You will break them with a rod of iron and shatter them like a potter's vessel.” All of Israel shall be saved, but the enemies are “vessels of wrath fitted to destruction” Romans 9:22.
In the 1970's I was a survivalist because I believed in the doom and gloom soothsayers; it was gonna hit the fan! 45 years later and there's still no New World Order, no one world government, although the world is getting crazier and more mongrelized and violent. It may be a bit more Orwellian, but the more we understand proper prophecy, the more we can rejoice in what is written in the Word of God than '1984.' The enemy will never take the Kingdom of God no matter how much violence and pain it inflicts. But, because of all the suffering the enemy brings, their ultimate extermination is justified and certain. “The seventh angel sounded his trumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven, which said, The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Messiah, and He will reign for ever and ever" Rev. 11:15. “The heathen were filled with rage, and Your wrath came, and the time came for the dead to be judged, and the time to reward Your bond-servants the prophets and the saints and those who fear Your authority, the small and the great, and to destroy those destroying the earth” Rev. 11:18. The reward for the righteous is to rule and reign with Christ in the Kingdom for eternity; something that far eclipses the political corruption in the world today... whoever thinks they are in charge and I've heard dozens of theories i.e. it's the Vatican, the Freemasons, the Illuminati, the CFR, the jews, the CIA, the shadow government, the City of London, the Crown, the Skull & Bones, the Rothschilds, a secret family in India, the Mickey Mouse Club etc.
I choose two Scripture readings today because they are so closely related and dependent upon each other to help us know what is the Kingdom. The first thing Jesus began to preach was “Are ya saved brother?” No, it was one word, “Repent.” And we all know what that means; change your thinking and behavior. And then He set the priority for the first thing we should seek. “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you.” No wonder that judeo-Christian minister couldn't answer Pastor Elmore's question “What is the Kingdom?” He was more concerned about the Kingdom of Salvation, of which there is no such term. The Kingdom of God is mentioned 116 times in Scripture and 68 times in the NT and the Kingdom of Heaven is used 31 times and the Kingdom of Salvation is found 0 times. The 'Gospel of Salvation' is nowhere to be found. This is not to minimize salvation, but to maximize the importance of what Christ said. The problem with most Christians is that they're thinking 'what can God do for me,' rather than what they're supposed to be doing for God. They wave a magic wand to a sugar daddy god.
When “Jesus answered, "My kingdom is not of this world. If My kingdom were of this world, then My servants would be fighting so that I would not be handed over to the Jews; but as it is, My kingdom is not of this realm” (John 18:36), He meant that His Kingdom was not those systems of government that ruled without Him, that did not recognize His sovereignty. The jews have always rejected Jesus, therefore they will never see the Kingdom. The Truth is: “No one can see the kingdom of God unless they are begotten from above” (John 3:3) and we've explained that before. It's the exclusive racial message given to Israel. The Christian Identity movement is of God to motivate our race in the right direction in becoming citizens of His Kingdom. May you find that gracious path now. “And a highway will be there; it will be called the Way of Holiness; it will be for those who walk on that Way. The unclean will not journey on it; wicked fools will not go about on it. Lions will not lurk along its course, nor any other ferocious beasts. There will be no other dangers. Only the redeemed will walk on it. And the ransomed of the Lord shall return, and come to Zion with songs and everlasting joy upon their heads: they shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away” Isaiah 35:8-10. That, ladies and gentlemen is the Kingdom. Are you ready to go there? Let's go!