Deuteronomy Part 19

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

May 13, 2018

Scripture Reading:  Deuteronomy 11:1-7

What an opening introduction of verses! How can anyone read these verses and still believe that the Bible teaches that all races are of an equal standing? There is no difference in God between the races? There are differences even between the same race! Moses is talking to the older generation rather than the younger.

Let’s look at a couple of things that the first verse tells us.

The first verse repeats that we [Israel] are to love the LORD our God, and are to “keep His charge, and His statutes, and His ordinances, and His commandments, _ _ _ _ _ _ .” What word in missing? What word should go in the blanks?

A Tribute Service to Pastor Mark Downey

 
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Celebrating the Life of Pastor Mark Downey

May 6, 2018

Scripture Reading: Romans 12:1-2

Mark Downey passed away from this life on March 26, 2018.  He was nearly a week from his 69th birthday.  He died at home in the mercies of our God, without pain, and in dignity and honor after a long struggle with cancer.  He will be greatly missed by his wife, his church, the men of his prison ministry and many others across the nation and around the world.

The Fellowship of God's Covenant People held a Christian Identity tribute service to Pastor Downey on Sunday May 6th.  The audio portion is complete with shared testimonies and memories of Mark's life and ministry and the impact he made on others as a friend, brother and man of God.  What follows is the text of Jim Jester's and Debra Downey's contributions to the service, as well as a few other testimonies that were sent by e-mail.

The Christogenea Hymnal

Compiled by James Jester

The Christogenea Hymnal

The Christogenea Hymnal contains 108 traditional hymns, topical index, alphabetical index, an Appendix which contains two articles, “What is Christian Identity?” and “Model Prayers.” The prayers and hymns in the back will be a great resource for church or for family worship time.

This compilation of hymns relies heavily upon the post-Reformation period. There are hymns traditionally known as Methodist, Baptist, or Lutheran hymns. Now there are hymns that will come to be known as Christian Identity hymns, such as, “O Israel Awaken,” or “Jerusalem” (The Glastonbury Hymn), or “God’s Covenant People.

Many of the hymns will be familiar to most Christians regardless of their religious background; however, there will be some hymns you have never heard of before, until now.

Memorial Day, Another Hi-jacked Holiday

By Jim Jester

Memorial Day is to remember and honor those who have died in America’s wars. But, when was the last time you heard anything about the death of the Confederate soldiers? Originally, Decoration Day (later changed to Memorial Day) began in the south. There are more soldiers buried in the south than in the north. The Confederate army was the last group of patriots to fight for freedom and the constitution. However, they were denied the democratic process of self-governance and were slaughtered by an unlawful and immoral war.

Memorial Day is just another hi-jacked holiday. By hi-jacked I mean a holiday which has been altered, twisted or used by the government to promote its agenda. Rarely do we hear about the true patriot who died for his country. Instead, we hear about those who died for the U.S. government. There is a big difference!

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