As we progress into the other verses of this parable in Luke 16, Jesus interjects death for both protagonist and antagonist. So far, we have identified the rich man as jews and Lazarus as true Israel. True Israel is the White race, whereas jews are imposters. Now we see the real nature of these two quite different characters in an imaginary afterlife, in which they engage in dialogue for the sole purpose of identifying their destiny in real life. The beggar was laid at the gate of the rich man. In ancient times a gate signified the venue for adjudicating issues of law. The rich man's gate today is admiralty jurisdiction, not God's Law, in which the judge acts like a captain at sea, the ultimate dictator. That's why the flag is gold-fringed, the highest priority of Babylon, and you'll even see it in churches. Now we will gain an understanding of God's justice. It really goes to the heart of the resurrection. Do all life forms rise from the grave as did Jesus? Not if the Law and prophets did not pertain to those creatures whom God did not predestinate for eternal life. What would be the point of resurrecting goats and beasts of the field? The Great White Throne is reserved for Whites only. And it's something that our anticipation of should be measured with the utmost reverence, because it is Judgment Day. The wicked are already judged for destruction and will be destroyed “with the brightness of His coming” (II Thes. 2:8). I'm sorry our preterist friends will be shamed for their distortion of prophecy, but the rich man is a clear and present danger to the White race. Jerusalem 70AD was simply a sampling, not the final solution
“Again the Israelites did evil in the eyes of the Lord, and because they [Israelites] did this evil the Lord gave Eglon king of Moab power over Israel.”
Israel, was now in its history, a theocracy. God was their King. The Israelites did not have a Congress and there was no one else in their Executive branch. All they had in their government, besides their king, was the Judicial branch. So, why would Israel ever be under the control of another people—a foreign people?
Now this verse tells us what was the reason that the Israelites fell under the authority of the king of Moab. It was because “the Israelites did evil in the eyes of the LORD”, their King. And because the Israelites had done this evil, the LORD gave the “king of Moab power over Israel.”
This pattern repeated itself over and over in the history of the Bible.
Scripture Reading: Luke 16:24-26 “And calling out he said, Father Abraham, have mercy on me and send Lazarus in order that he may dip the end of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am suffering in this fire! But Abraham answered, Child, remember that during your lifetime you received your good things, while Lazarus received bad things. But now he is comforted here, while you are left to suffer. And beside all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed; by which those wishing to pass across from here to you are not able, neither from there to us may they cross.”
The Bible is not just one of the greatest books ever written, it IS the greatest book ever written. We are warned that “If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book; And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book” Rev. 22:18-19. The warning is also found in Deut. 4:2 and 12:32. And yet this is exactly what has happened! The reason for this adulteration is an irrevocable decree; a vast impassable chasm between two entities and we will identify them today and show you how it has been judaized. Why is the abyss impossible to traverse? Will no tears of heartfelt repentance build a bridge for such a repair? We will be investigating the parable of the rich man and Lazarus found in Luke 16:19-31. It has been terribly botched and mangled by churchianity, but we will repair and preserve the original lesson, which can only be understood from a Christian Identity perspective.
In today's reading from Acts 10, there are many words synonymous with 'people' having the same intent to direct our attention to the exclusivity of Israel in the Word of God. Words like persons, man, sons, all and everyone point to the same race of people. It should never be confused with jews or every biped upon the face of the earth, because it does not pertain to them. The Bible is racist book that has been deracinated by the enemies of Jesus Christ. An enemy hath planted weeds amongst the wheat. By trying to be inclusive of non-Israelites, they make one's belief in Christ a matter of cognitive dissonance; a confused state of mind, believing in two opposites at the same time, that is: us and them (Gen. 3:15) deserving of the same things reserved only for God's people. We'll talk about how salvation only applies to us and not them.
Have you ever noticed that in recent years the birthday of our country is usually referred to as the “Fourth of July” rather than the traditional “Independence Day?” Could it be that the authorities do not want us to think about independence or the actual founding principles of America? I think it is a very real possibility. Those in control and the media will use our once great holiday for political purposes, glorifying the military, and talking about “those who died for our freedom” even though they are thousands of miles away in a foreign land. They will tell us tear-jerking stories just to keep us in line. The “liberals” and other establishment politicians do not care if we have a day off to party, drink beer, watch fireworks or even wave a flag; they do care if we become activists to preserve what is left of the few freedoms (gun rights, free speech, etc.) that still remain. I assert that the Fourth of July is void, empty, useless and without real meaning – in effect, a hollow holiday.
Compiled from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
June 25, 2017
Scripture Reading: Ezekiel 8:13-18
Ezekiel was shown some terrible religious abominations that the people of the Kingdom of Judah were committing against their God. The women were “weeping for Tammuz” and 25 men were having a sun rise service in the inner court of the temple. Then Ezekiel is asked a question: “Is it a light thing”? God then tells Ezekiel that He would deal in fury: “though they cry to Mine ears with a loud voice, yet will I not hear them.”
What a judgment. The God of Judah was surely provoked greatly. He would not hear their cries that they made with their loud voices; He would not hear them.
Is this like what has happened in recent times to the descendants of the ancient Israelites? What about the United States right before the War Between the States? Had this happen once again? I believe that it had, and the judgment was what God said it would be. And it has increased more and more over the years.
One of the most clever ways of lumping every biped on the planet together, regardless of the ethnic group or geographical location, is to call everybody 'people', accompanied by human beings and the human race. And then they can get into more syrupy expressions like 'the brotherhood of man'. They say we all bleed red. Well, so do dogs, snakes and skunks. White Christian Americans are guilty of calling other bipeds 'people'. It's easy to do with decades of cultural propaganda and the language saturation of change agents. No doubt, there are those who would object and say “what's wrong with that?” The answer is lingual and biblical. At one time, the word 'people' only meant White persons... the true descendents of Adam, which is translated 'man', and has likewise been hijacked and diffused to imply every biped on the planet. The Bible has ostensibly become a book of confusion, because we have lost the meaning of the word 'people'. There are many more words that have been tortured, but 'people' is #1.
I have quoted our President many times in this series, when he said that, Israel, meaning the Jews, are our great friend. That statement alone turns my stomach. It convinced me how I feel about our leader. It is the same as Pastor Ken Kemble felt of our last President, “He isn’t my President.”
But for the average Christian, Mr. Trump’s comments about this one subject don’t bother them. Why is this? It seems that very few Judeo-Christians will change their opinion about the Jews, even when they are told what Jews have said about the situation. Elizabeth Dilling is one of the rare ones. When she read in the Talmud about what the Jews believe about Jesus the Messiah, she was horrified and shocked. She changed her theology completely and spent her life trying to get the message out to her fellow Christians.
But there are many Christians who put down the importance of doctrine. Some say, “I have the Holy Spirit, why should I worry about correct doctrine?” The word “doctrine” is simply another word for “teaching.” The doctrines of Christianity are the teachings that define Christianity. If you claim to believe in Jesus and to be filled with the Holy Spirit, you are speaking in doctrinal terms. “Who is Jesus?” and “What does it mean to be filled with the Holy Spirit?” are doctrinal issues. And who chooses whom for salvation is another very important, fundamental Christian doctrine, isn’t it?