Recent Articles and Sermons

One of the Most Important Events in the History of the Jew

by Pastor Don Elmore

This is a question that probably very few, if any, Christians have ever thought of; let alone even answered.  What was the most important event in the entire history of Diaspora Jewry?  The answer will probably be a very surprising answer when you consider that the Jewish representative makes the answer so strongly and accurately. 

The author argued that this event was the "...first since 212 C.E., when the Emperor Caracalla granted citizenship to all free men in the Roman Empire.  American Jewry was the modern world's first free Jewry.  One can understand why the Jews of Philadephia 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."  Question mark and emphasis added.

Morris Seligman Dees

By Pastor Don Elmore

Do you know of a man who has a perverted sexual history, who has been a hater of Christians, who has gotten Christian pastors fired from jobs, who has labeled many Christian churches as being “hate groups” (some who have been listed as being in the wrong city, some who don’t even exist, and many of the people and organizations that he has listed are mislabeled?) Many television and radio stations, as well as newspapers and magazines, just copy their internet version instead of finding out what is the truth. His organization, which he heads, last year put out their hate list to law enforcement and as it was beginning to be enforced, they had to back off, for it was so ludicrous. Here is part of their patriot hit list of forty:

The Early Days


Pastor Don Elmore

September 26, 2010

The Meaning of Life


By Pastor Mark Downey

September 19, 2010

Sermon Notes

God's People by Pastor Ken Kemble


Pastor Ken Kemble

September 12, 2010

A discussion of God's people and our relationship with Jesus Christ.

Available in audio only

The Email

Pastor Don reads and comments on an email he received from someone who attended the Glenn Beck rally in DC. Parts one, two and three respectively.  


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The Song


This another in the continuing series of Don describing the lyrics of songs starting with ones from the 60's. 

Perception of Reality

by Pastor Don Elmore

Reality: It's Not What It Is; It's what we Think It Is

“Almost everyone believes that they see things as they are. Almost no one does. Our perception of reality rules our lives no matter what we think. Propagandists know the very high manipulative value of peoples’ expectations based on their perception of reality….So the difference in people is the way they think. Our individual perception of reality controls our thought processes. Our thought processes control our lives. Word manipulation and semantic trickery controls our thoughts and our total being.”—Copied from The Bob Livingston Letter, August 2010.

The jews are a small percentage of our population: less than 3%. During the Articles of Confederation they could not vote or hold any office in the states in which; they lived. With the ratification of the U. S. Constitution, jews could hold federal office. They rejoiced; for they knew that the state restrictions would soon be gone too. And they were right.

Now jews will soon hold 1/3 of the Supreme Court judges (33 1/3%). They also hold a much larger percentage than their population in the House of Representatives, Senate, State Governors, State Senators, State Representatives, Mayors, etc. Who are these people? The chosen of God and the covenant people in the Old Testament? Are they descended from Judah? Be careful how you answer these questions: It’s not what it is, it’s what you think it is.

Deception on Identifying Israel Part Seven: Out of Asia and Into Europe

By Jim Jester

Complete series available in book format:  Will the Real Israel Please Stand Up?

“And the LORD shall scatter you among the nations…” Deut. 4:27

The fall of Parthia

The Sassanian Persians conquered the Parthian Empire in 226 A.D. So where did such a large and widespread group of Parthian Israelites go? Many men were killed in the two preceding wars; the Parthian-Roman War of 216-217, a Parthian victory, and the Parthian-Persian war, three battles of rebelling Persians beginning 220 A.D. ending 226 A.D. with a Persian victory. The Sassanian Persians acted quickly to expel Parthians from the region, completely destroying the city of Hatra which would not recognize Persian rule. They also killed all Arsacids (royal family) they could find. Anyone opposing their authority had reason to fear for their lives. The Parthians really had no place to go but toward the northwest. To the west was the Roman Empire, to the south were the Arabian Desert and the sea, to the east and northeast were the expanding oriental populations which had driven other Scythians westward into Parthia centuries ago.

To the northwest they could expect to find refuge because of their kinsmen, the Scythians. Also, the Parthian rulers had established good relations with the Dacians of eastern Europe, who were also enemies of Rome. But the best reason to migrate to the northwest was because of Parthia’s farthest province, which had repelled the Persians in battle and retained their independence and Arsacid ruler! That province was Armenia and it was there that “a number of the princes [of Parthia] found refuge in Armenia, where the Arsacid dynasty maintained itself till A.D. 429.” (Encyclopedia Britannica, The Sassanian Empire, p. 580)