Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
August 30, 2015
Scripture Reading: Genesis 27:34-38, 41
A People Without a Country
I remember reading in high school the short story about “A Man Without A Country.” I don’t remember all the details, as it has been over 60 years ago since I read it, but the man was convicted of some crime in the country that he immigrated to, and the country deposited him. The crime was of such a nature that the country that he left wouldn’t take him back either. So he just floated on a boat in the international waters for the rest of his life.
There is also a people that do not have a country either. They are destined to live in any country that will have them for they are able to parasitically make a good living off of them until they kill the host country. It has happened over and over in history and yet very few people are aware of it.
The Bible tells of these people. This portion of Scripture--is it just a story of what happened to one of the many families in the Bible, or is it told to give us a clue as to what is happening in the world today? Let’s take a short quiz on the family of Isaac and Rebekah:
- Did Isaac love Esau more than Jacob?
- Did Isaac love Jacob more than Esau?
- Did Isaac love both twin sons equally?
- Did Rebekah love Esau more than Jacob?
- Did Rebekah love Jacob more than Esau?
- Did Rebekah love both twin sons equally?
Isaac was married for twenty years before Rebekah was able to have any children. Isaac was sixty years old when Rebekah bore their two twin sons. And these two twin brothers were different from each other from the time they were in their mother’s womb till the time that they died.
The first born twin was Esau. He came out of the womb with a red hairy body, very hairy; like a hairy garment; thus his name Esau which means hairy, or thick-haired. The second twin was born with smooth skin; without much hair. His name was Jacob, which means supplanter. And he supplanted Esau two times.
As the boys grew older, Esau became a skillful hunter, a man of the field. Jacob was a quiet man dwelling in tents. “And Isaac loved Esau, because he did eat of his venison: but Rebekah loved Jacob” (Genesis 25:28).
Abraham, the father of Isaac, loved Ishmael and didn’t want him to be cast out of his camp. But Ishmael had made fun of Isaac at a time when it was not appropriate. God is sovereign and He had already made the decision to give the covenant blessing to Abraham’s only son with Sarah, Isaac.
Isaac loved Esau more than his twin brother Jacob. Esau did the things that Isaac liked: he was a skillful hunter who regularly brought back his kill of deer meat for his father to eat. A hunter’s life is one of uncertainty and hardship always wandering to and fro, never having a settled existence.
Jacob was loved by his mother more than his twin brother Esau, for he did the things that she liked. Jacob was different from his brother in that he would have a permanent home or land. He had a domesticated and home-settled nature. Was this a dysfunctional home?
Esau was the eldest twin brother and therefore had the birthright and blessing of the covenant. But, if one believes the book of Jasher, after killing Nimrod, Esau thought his life was going to be taken by Nimrod’s personal security guards. They were fast approaching the very tired Esau. Esau thought this was his last day on this earth and he despised the birthright. He was tired and very hungry.
He sold the birthright to Jacob for a bowl of red pottage (lentil soup) and some bread. Esau thought that this was his last supper. But since he was a holder of the birthright, he couldn’t die at this time. And Esau did not die that night; in fact he live for many more years. The scripture says that “Esau despised his birthright” (Genesis 25:34b).
And in the New Testament it says: “Lest there be any fornicator, or profane person, as Esau, who for one morsel of meat sold his birthright. For ye know how that afterward, when he would have inherited the blessing, he was rejected: for he found no place of repentance, though he sought it carefully with tears” (Hebrews 12:16-17).
Esau sold Jacob his birthright but Jacob and his mother deceived the nearly blind Isaac and stole the blessing. This blessing was taken from Esau because he found no place of repentance and it was given to Jacob by his acting as his brother. Jacob deceived his father by dressing up like Esau and gave him venison to eat as a prerequisite for receiving the blessing.
Isaac gave Jacob the blessing thinking that Jacob was Esau. For when Jacob arrived and came unto his father his father asked him who he was and he answered: “I am Esau, thy first-born” (Genesis 27:19b). Jacob and his mother conceived and pulled off a plan of mistaken identity fraud that has affected the earth even to this very minute.
Esau came shortly after his father had blessed Jacob, thinking that it was Esau, with his venison meal prepared for his father. His father “trembled very exceedingly” (Genesis 27:33a) when he found out his mistake: he had been deceived by his twin son. It was a case of mistaken identity; Jacob had deliberately caused his father to think that he was Esau.
But Esau, when he heard what his father told him; that he had just blessed Jacob thinking that it was him—he wept with an “exceedingly bitter cry” (Genesis 27:34b). He said that Jacob which means supplanter, had supplanted him two times:
- He took away my birthright; and
- Now he hath taken away my blessing (Genesis 27:36).
Esau then asked his father if he could give him one blessing. And his father did. He told him:
- He would live in a land that was far away from the fertility of the earth.
- He would live by the sword.
- He would serve his brother.
- He would be a nomad; thus the “wandering Jew” is biblical.
- But there would come a time in the future when he would have the dominion and that he would break Jacob’s yoke from off his neck.
- He would be a parasite and live off of the work of others.
This was a very inferior blessing compared to the one that Isaac gave to Jacob:
- Jacob would live in a very good land with plenty of grain and wine.
- People would serve him.
- Nations would bow down to him.
- Esau would bow down to him.
- Cursed would be anyone who cursed him.
- Blessed would be anyone who blesses him.
Shortly after the blessings were given, Esau said that he would slay Jacob after the days of mourning for his father were over. These words were told to Jacob’s mother and she quickly decided to send her younger son to her family in Syria where he could find himself a wife. Both Isaac and Rebekah were discouraged that Esau had miscegenated with Hittite women. After this happened, Esau then married an Ishmaelite women.
This hatred of Esau with his brother for fraudulently obtaining his blessing appears to have been inherited by all of his posterity. Since Esau’s descendants refuse to ever forget, they will seek revenge on someone for something they had done to them centuries down the line. The “Holocaust” dilemma is a case in point.
Let’s look at what happened after Esau said that he would slay his brother after the mourning time for their father was over. When Jacob returned home from Syria (after 20 years), he was met by Esau and his army. Esau was intent on killing him. But God gave Jacob the mind to have Esau put off his murder for the rest of their lives. But the two have remained intense rivals for the rest of their descendant’s days:
- The original home of the Edomites was Mt. Seir. But the LORD GOD made that place eventually permanently desolate (Ezekiel 35:2, 3, 4, and 9). Its cities would never exist again; not at its old site and not at a new location. In fact, any attempt by Edom to build up its nation or cities would fail. The Jews’ destiny is to be a parasitic people, who roam the civilized world seeking a host nation they can subsist on and prosper at the expense of others while contributing nothing but evil.
- The Amalekites (grandson of Esau) first attacked Israel as they entered Canaanland. The Amalekites fought against Moses, Joshua, Gideon, King Saul and David. During the first battle with the Amalekites, God swore that He would have “war with Amalek from generation to generation” (Exodus 17:16).
- The Edomites refused to permit the Israelites to pass through their land on their wilderness journey. The Israelites had to go around their land not through it or they would be at war with the Edomites.
- The Israelites rebelled against Moses and Aaron saying that they wanted to go back to Egypt. They even said that they would stone their two leaders to death. They believed 10 of the 12 spies who had said that they couldn’t defeat the Canaanites in the Promised Land because of the giants who were among them. The LORD pardoned the people but also gave them the following judgement: no one over 20 years of age would be allowed to enter the kingdom. There were only 2 exceptions: Joshua and Caleb. After the LORD told them that there would be a forty-year delay the Israelites disobeyed and rose up to attack an enemy in an attempt to gain control of the Promised Land. Who was that enemy? The Amalekites and Canaanites won a decisive battle against the Israelites that sealed their doom until the forty years was over.
- The Amalekites joined in with the Midianites and the children of the east in the battle of Jezreel. They were defeated by the Israelites’ God who led them by Gideon. After their miraculous victory, the Israelites wanted to make Gideon their king, but he replied, “I will not rule over you; the LORD shall rule over you” (Judges 8:23).
- They were then attacked and defeated by King Saul. But he made a critical mistake that cost him his kingdom. He spared the life of Agag, the king of the Amalekites along with “the best of the sheep, and of the oxen, and of the fatlings, and the lambs, and all that was good, and would not utterly destroy them; but everything that was vile and refuse, that they destroyed utterly” (1 Samuel 15:9). For this sin the LORD rejected Saul from being king over Israel (1 Samuel 15:26).
- While the army of Israel under King Saul was fighting against David, he returned to his city of Ziklag, where it was burnt to the ground. The Amalekites had not only completely destroyed their city, but had taken captive their wives and children. David, with his six hundred men, encouraged himself in the LORD, and destroyed all the Amalekites, except 400, and divided all their spoil among all his men (1 Samuel 30).
- Shortly after David’s miraculous victory over the Amalekites, Saul is killed in the battle against the Philistines. An Amalekite claimed to David that he killed Saul. David had him killed, for he said “How wast thou not afraid to stretch forth thine hand to destroy the LORD’S anointed?” (2 Samuel 1:14).
- When David was king of Israel he was part of the victory over the Edomites in which they slayed close to 18,000. David put garrisons in Edom and all the Edomites became servants to David. The prophetic blessing of Jacob had come to pass.
- It happened again in the days of Hezekiah, King of Judah, when the sons of Simeon destroyed the remnant of the Amalekites who escaped and have lived there to this day (1 Chronicles 4:41-43). This was about 700 BC.
- “King Solomon also built a fleet of ships in Ezion-geber, which is near Eloth on the shore of the Red Sea, in the land of Edom” (1 Kings 9:26).
- “Then Solomon went to Ezion-geber and to Eloth on the seashore in the land of Edom” (2 Chronicles 8:17).
- “All the people of Judah took Azariah, who was sixteen years old, and made him king in the place of his father Amaziah. He built Elath and restored it to Judah after the king slept with his fathers.” (2 Kings 14:21-22).
- During the civil war that occurred between the two kingdoms, 120,000 of the smaller troops of Judah were killed in one day. The House of Israel took captive 200,000 women, daughters and sons of Judah and took them to Samaria. They were rebuked by the prophet Obed and the former captives were returned being properly clothed and with food and drink and with an anointing to the city of Jericho. In this weakened state, Edom came and took away captive some of the people of Judah (2 Chronicles 28:17).
- A few years before the Assyrian captivity of 722 BC, the Arameans recaptured Elath again from Judah, after Azariah died: “At that time Rezin king of Aram recovered Elath for Aram, and cleared the Judeans out of Elath entirely; and the Arameans came to Elath and have lived there to this day” (2 Kings 16:6).
- For about a century, Judah was unable to push forward again into Edom, which during this period the men of Edom evidently worked the mines in the Wadi Arabah. Edom, however, was not long to enjoy its independence. Amaziah of Judah waged successful war against it, capturing Sela, whose name he changed to Joktheel (2 Kings 14:7; 2 Chronicles 25:11-12).
- Mount Seir, representing the nation or race of Esau/Edom, has had a perpetual hatred for the children of Israel down through history. All throughout the Bible the Edomites had shown their hatred and opposition to God’s chosen people Israel. This was a characteristic of these people that they still possess. “Because thou has had a perpetual hatred, and has shed the blood of the children of Israel by the force of the sword in the time of their calamity, in the time that their iniquity had an end” (Ezekiel 35:5). This hatred of Christians, as taught by the ancient rabbis, has continued to succeeding generations and it’s prevalent in the words and feelings of Jews to this day. It is indeed interesting that the same enduring hate Esau had for Jacob, the Jews have towards Christians.
- The Edomites joined King Nebuchadnezzar when he besieged Jerusalem. For their cruelty this time they were fearfully denounced by the later prophets.
- Around 100 BC, the Jews were invited to co-exist with Judah by their high priest; “either die or accept our ways” and the Edomites used Judah as their host nation. They soon were controlling it when Jesus was born. By 70 AD they were murdered and scattered by the Romans. Thus, they became the “Wandering Jews.” They were known only as destroyers in ancient history, not creators. Through their parasitic habits they have deteriorated or destroyed every nation in which they have existed in large numbers. They almost totally destroyed Judah and its Messiah. But they failed.
Now let’s advance about 1700 years and see where the Jew began in America.
- In early America Jews could not vote, hold public office, be a witness in court, and were socially regarded as a subordinate class of persons. The Jews were in a subservient position at this time.
- Remember in England the Jews had been kicked out for over 370 years, from 1290 to 1660. This had happened in almost every part of Europe during the Dark Ages.
Does the Scripture hold any warnings about Esau’s descendants casting off Jacob’s yoke and taking dominion over the world? Does it say that they would go from being the tail to the head? Let’s see:
- “And there went out another horse that was red; and power was given to him that sat on it to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another; and there was given unto him a great sword.” Revelation 6:4: The red horse signifies war and the ability to cause wars. Esau was to be war-like and live by the sword (Genesis 27:40).
- “And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold, a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.” Revelation 12:3 The anti-Christian, satanic system which ruled Rome was identified as a red dragon. Jews are the most antichristian people on the face of the earth.
- “So he carried me away in the Spirit into the wilderness and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet-colored beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. And the woman was arrayed by purple and scarlet color, and bedecked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand, full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication;” Revelation 17:3-4
The great beast of Mystery Babylon which was to spread abominations and death to the whole earth is scarlet or red in color. And the woman on the beast controlling it is dressed in scarlet. Jews are the major promoters of the Babylonian religion called Judaism.
- The banking family of Rothschild, which means “red shield” has taken part of red Babylon’s economic control over Christendom.
- The Red Flag symbolizes revolutionary socialism. “The socialist movement, from its inception up to the present day, has been largely dominated by Jewish influence” Joseph Jacobs, Jewish Contributions To Civilization, p. 306.
- Those who study and believe the Jewish Cabala wear a red bracelet which signifies bloodshed and justice for the Jew on their arm.
- The Jewish Khazars, whom many of the modern day Jews are derived from, were commonly known as the “Red Jews.”
- The color of Jewish-Communism is red. The Russian Revolution was planned and financed by the Jews, and the revolutionary leaders nearly all belonged to the Jewish race. Karl Marx, one of the founders of Communism, was the son of a rabbi.
- Red, in the West, has become a universal sign for warning or danger. Red Communism has proven to be a danger to the Christian West.
And how did this danger to the West take place? What happened to have the Jews go from the tail to the head? Here’s a clue:
Mayer Amschel Rothschild invited twelve influential friends to his goldsmith shop in Frankfurt, Germany. These men formed the inner core of a worldwide revolutionary movement and agreed to pool their wealth and resources.
On May 1st, 1776 (May Day), they hired Adam Weishaupt (code named Spartacus) to establish a secret society called the Order of the Illuminati. Their objective? To get a world government ruled by men of superior intellect—namely themselves and their bloodline.
In 1785, an Illuminati courier was struck and killed by lightening while travelling on horseback from Frankfurt to Paris carrying secret documents. The documents originated with the Zionist members of the Bavarian Illuminati in Germany and were addressed to the Grand Master of the Grand Orient Masons in Paris.
The United States Constitution wasn’t ratified until four years later: 1789. The information found in these documents set the ground work for the enemy of Christendom (Esau) to masquerade as being Jacob. The tables are turned after several thousands of years.
The documents fell into the hands of the local police who turned them over to the Bavarian Government. The authorities ordered a police raid on the Illuminati headquarters where they found additional evidence of a world revolutionary movement. The Zionist conspirators went underground and took refuge in the Lodges of Freemasonry.
Zionists and the ADL have conducted an ongoing smear campaign to discredit the Protocols which expose their New World Order agenda. Remember that the ADL began in protest over the slaying of Jewish sexual pervert Leo Frank who was eventually hanged for his sex crime and murder of Mary Phagan near Atlanta, Georgia. The only Jew ever hung in the United States.
When the American colonies were trying to figure out their new government in the Constitutional Convention of 1787, a famous prophecy was made by one of America’s founding fathers. He called the Jews vampires. They could not exist only among themselves, they must subsist on Christians and other people not of their race. He warned the conventioneers that in less than 200 years they will have “swarmed here in such great numbers that they will dominate and devour the land, and change our form of government, for which we Americans have shed our blood, given our lives, our substance, and jeopardized our liberty.”
He later continued: “I warn you, gentlemen, if you do not exclude the Jews for all time, your children will curse you in your graves. Jews, gentlemen, are Asiatics, let them be born where they will or how many generations they are away from Asia they will never be otherwise. Their ideas do not conform to an American’s, and will not even though they live among us ten generations. A leopard cannot change its spots. Jews are Asiatics, are a menace to this country if permitted entrance, and should be excluded by this Constitutional Convention.”
When did Esau get his revenge on Jacob? The descendants of Esau say that it was when the United States Constitution was ratified. Why?
“The adoption of the United States Constitution was one of the most important events in the entire history of Diaspora Jewry…American Jewry was the modern world’s first free Jewry. One can well understand why the Jews of Philadelphia joined so gladly in the Federal Parade of July 4, 1788. In this, the greatest spectacle that America had yet witnessed, the Christian clergy walked arm in arm with ‘Rabbi’ Jacob R. Cohen” Jacob R. Marcus, The Jew and the American Revolution, page 14.
It was because the United States Constitution threw out the religious test that each state government had for their political officials to take in order to hold a political office. Because of this test, the only state officers were Christian. But this was not the case in the Federal Government. There was not a religious test—so there was religious equality in the federal government.
This turned the tables around! Esau is now acting like he is Jacob. He claims to be the “chosen of God” and most of Jacob’s seed believe him. They have even spun a Jewish fraudulent story to the world that matches Jacob’s fraudulent story to Isaac. Jesus was a Jew (Edomite). The majority of His disciples were Jews (Edomites). The early church was made up of Jews (Edomites).
When the United States Constitution was ratified, another Revolution took place in Europe—the French. This was started by the Freemasons, led by the Jews. The guillotine was chopping heads off at an alarming rate. The Roman Catholic Church died; its pope was kidnapped and died in France; and the Vatican lost its power. The French king was killed and a Republic sprung up with Napoleon at the head. It was at this time in history where Esau got the dominion from Jacob. Esau is having the time of his life as they control the United States like a parasite controls a sheep.
Esau wanted to kill his twin brother Jacob. What if he was successful? What would have happened? Esau wrongly felt that if Jacob was no longer alive, the birthright and blessing would have to revert back to the eldest son, himself.
The same is true today. The descendants of Esau believe that the only way for Esau to get his birthright and blessing back is to eliminate every Israelite in the world today. That was one reason that they plotted the murder of Jesus Christ. If every Israelite was dead, they believe that the covenant birthright and blessing would have to be returned to their father Esau. That’s their secret plan—eliminate every Christian and rule the whole world with all the other races being their servants.
As they say: “We are liberals, for our laymen and our rabbis preach the gospel of the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man. There is but one God and but one humanity.” Jacob R. Marcus, The Jew and the American Bicentennial, pages 3 & 4. Now we know where that doctrine comes from!
Till next time; to be continued.
Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.