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Pumpkin Party

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

October 28, 2012 Revised

Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 5:23-31

From Jer. 5:23 to the end of the chapter we read, "This people has a stubborn and rebellious heart. They do not say in their heart, 'let us now fear the Lord'. For wicked men are found among My people . They spread nets, they lay traps, they catch men… their houses are full of deceit… they have become great and rich. They are fat, they deal in false evidence… Shall I not punish these people? Declares the Lord… there is a shameful and horrible thing in the country! The preachers preach falsehood, and the priests trick with their hands, and My people love to have it so, what can be done viler than that?"

What can be viler than ministers who call themselves Christian, but whom God calls wicked men that spread nets and lay traps to catch men?  It sounds like Jeremiah is describing predators for profit.  It sounds like a church-sponsored Halloween with spider webs and bats.  Or maybe you’ve seen the banner in front of some banks that say ‘Hallo-wee-ones’; wee ones suggesting little children.  Aren’t these preachers and bankers thoughtful?  We’ll see just what they are thinking. 

Being A Member

by Pastor Mark Downey

I get emails all the time from people wanting to know where they can go to a Christian Identity church in their area.  Unfortunately, there just aren’t that many around the country for people to go to.  We’re not in the yellow pages.  I think there’s probably quite a few home groups spread around, but they have wisely remained underground.  And that’s what I suggest for those looking; start your own Bible study group and Lord willing it will grow into a fellowship. 

It took me years to find a non-judeo church, which was actually a group of tax protestors with a semi-retired pastor; and it took me another year to convince him about the racial identity of the White race in the Bible.  There are some ‘lone wolves’ that don’t want you to join anything.  But, I believe God wired us in such a way that we have an innate desire to belong to something, because most people don’t like to be alone.  We can’t all be hermits if our culture and civilization, indeed the Kingdom of God, is to advance forward. 

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

 
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Pastor Don Elmore

September 26, 2010

The Meaning of Life

 
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By Pastor Mark Downey

September 19, 2010

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