This is the final installment of my series on World War II. In brief review of the series, we have learned that:
France was the first to invade Germany in early 1923.
The jews declared war on Germany one day after Hitler became Chancellor, March 24, 1933 – over six years before the official start of World War II, September 1, 1939. Although this was an economic war, it was all the more effective and disastrous because of the 1929 Stock Market crash; and because of Germany’s economic difficulties resulting from the abuses of the Versailles Treaty after World War I.
The British were the first to bomb cities, not Hitler.
Under the dedicated leadership of Adolf Hitler during the world depression, Germany broke its economic bonds with the jews and recovered to lead Europe in its opposition to Communism.
Adolf Hitler was a Christian believer and promoted a “Positive Christianity” for the nation. During his reign, 2,500 churches were built in Germany. His program had no tolerance for paganism; nor forms of jewish perversions in the arts.
National Socialism in Germany was not Marxian Socialism (the communist form of Soviet Russia), but respected individual rights. Only jews were restricted, not German citizens.
Hitler was always open to negotiate peace anytime during the war and initiated at least nine attempts himself.
The number 6 million was out in the public before WWII ever started and before any actions were taken against jews.
The “final solution” for the jewish problem was not “gas chambers”, but a homeland in Madagascar with German support.
The jews plotted to totally exterminate the German nation.
If there is one myth that persists in the minds of the masses concerning WWII...
Who was the book of Isaiah written to? Who is the “them” referred to in this verse; “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil,…”? Isaiah was a prophet to…whom? Where was Isaiah living?
It would be preposterous to say that he was living in Africa or Asia or South America, or North America or Europe. Isaiah didn’t live on any of these continents…he lived in the southern kingdom of Judah. He was a prophet to the Southern kingdom of Judah. He was a contemporary to King Hezekiah [king of Judah] and prayed with him when the remnant kingdom was hopelessly involved in a situation that almost spelled the doom of his kingdom. The “them” in this verse is referring to the people in the southern kingdom of Judah—no one else.
This verse tells of one of the many “woes of Judah” that was pronounced upon them. Isaiah tells them that everything that they feel like doing is right in their own eyes; they call evil just as good as good itself. Darkness to them is as light itself; bitter is as sweet as sweet itself. In fact, they love darkness more than light. They are confused as to what darkness is…they call it light.
In part seven of this series, I ended with examples of jewish revenge against Germany after the war was over. This sermon will continue with the Nuremburg Trials.
What happened in Europe between 1945 and 1950 was nothing else but a fulfillment of the prophecies of the Protocols of Zion. In this way, the victorious western Allies lost their autonomy and moral judgment. They took pride in themselves and their systems of jurisprudence that demanded fairness and justice; but now they have come to realize jewish revenge. And in the shadow of their national flags associated with Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independence and the Code Napoleon, the Nuremberg Trials began.
Part 1: "Homosexuality" There are two political parties in the United States. Every four years we go through the national elections. This year is different in that we have the incumbent president making speeches to large crowds, while former vice-president Joe Biden talks to a few people. But neither party has the correct answers. The Republicans are a whole lot better than the Democrats, but they are both leading American to their doom. The first reason is that they both tolerate sodomy.
1 A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one’s birth.
2 It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting: for that is the end of all Adam; and the living will lay it to his heart.
There is so much doctrine in these two verses we could go anywhere in the books of God’s Library. Shall we narrow the scope and lighten our burden? The title of our Fellowship lesson is “Our Name”.
Proverbs 22:1: A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches and loving favour than silver and gold.
“A good name is better than precious ointment.” Why would a pedagogue, whose history is doing lessons on Bible Biology, lead a lesson on our family name(s)? Biology has a great deal to do with family. It starts with DNA, genes and chromosomes, who gets whose blood on transfusions, right down to what we eat. Family is biological.
Amos 3:2: You only have I known of all the families of the earth: therefore I will punish you for all your iniquities.
The Hebrew word translated “families” is translated elsewhere as “kind” and “kindred”. Even a nation is described as a body of people who all have a common ancestor. Each of us has family. Because of the evils of this life a few of us are a family of one. Yet we have family. Our family name reveals we have family. What is a surname? What is your surname?
What is one thing that you know about Manasseh’s father—Hezekiah? Hezekiah did what was right in the eyes of the LORD God; his son did just the opposite. Hezekiah ruled for 29 years over the kingdom of Judah. The northern kingdom was taken captive by Assyria by the end of Hezekiah’s sixth year of reign. The northern kingdom was placed in the land of Assyria where they eventually went on to the lands of the northwest. Why were they captured? Because “…they obeyed not the voice of the LORD their God, but transgressed His covenant, and all that Moses the servant of the LORD commanded, and would not hear them, nor do them” (2 Kings 18:12). But what happened to the southern kingdom?
Scripture Reading: 2 Timothy 3:4 “Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God”
We are living in a world that is up-side down in its moral activities. What used to be a sin is now politically correct. The BLM movement is one of the communistic change agents that is trying to transform our nation.
“For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.”
When the Covid scare began earlier this year, I thought to myself, “I’m tired of hearing about this; just go away, I never want to hear about it again.” Perhaps you felt the same way, for it signaled in our minds the beginning of what we have known most of our lives: the dreaded New World Order of anti-Christs. This is how they are pulling it off, through a rampant disease (or so it would appear as such). We did not know how they would pull it off: by war, disease, economic collapse, or other emergency. Now it is upon us and it is not going away. Therefore, we must deal with it.
All that is happening in America is part of a well-planned concoction: from the very top of wealthy bureaucrats, to the Deep State attack on president Trump since the election of 2016, to the Impeachment, to Covid, to lockdowns, and to lawlessness in the streets by Communist agitators. All these work together for evil to the benefit of those who hate the Lord. Therefore, Christian people must reject all these things, not just piecemeal, but in total.
In 1 John 3:2, why does the composer John, the beloved disciple, say “now”? Was there ever a time, then, when the sons and daughters of Adam were not the sons and daughters of God? Was there a time then, a time past, when we did not have sonship and were not family? The title of this lesson is Now and Then. Why was Now not true then? The long title of this Lesson is "Why Now was not True Then".