It’s been quite a week: Fires in eight Western States that are burning in an uncontrollable manner—the judgment of God against the United States for no longer keeping the Laws of God; the President of the United States trying to figure out what lies he can tell to convince the America people so that he can have the Armed Forces provide a military strike in Syria—another judgment of God against the United States for no longer keeping the Laws of God; and then honoring the speech of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a ceremony remembering what happened in this nation exactly fifty years ago; another judgment of God against the United States for no longer keeping the Laws of God.
I had another sermon prepared as I had a busy week, but I was so disgusted by the jewMedia that I had to comment on the event that happened fifty years ago. The “Dream” speech given by the person who practically no one will call a Communist: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Fifty years ago; I was 21 years old. It was 1963. Michael King, Jr. went to Washington, D. C. and with the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the background gave the speech that many said changed the nation. The majority now say that it changed the nation for good; but back then there were many who said that it changed it for evil.
Last week, there were 250,000 people who went to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial and down the National Mall on Saturday, commemorating the 50th anniversary of his famous speech and pledging that his dream includes equality for gays, Latinos, the poor and the disabled. For whom? Gays, whose behavior our God says is an abomination to Him, are equal with a straight person? Equal to whom?
The United States: The Background Information of How It Began; The Battle Between the Two Seed Lines
When did the United States begin? Was it “In fourteen hundred and ninety-two when [Christopher] Columbus sailed the ocean blue?” Did he discover America? Well, Columbus didn’t even set his foot on the land that became the United States of America. He landed in four separate voyages in the Bahamas, Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico (which eventually became an American territory), Cuba, and other islands in the Caribbean and in South America and Central America. So how did Christopher Columbus discover America when he never set “his big toe” on that continent that became the United States?
I don’t mean for the title to sound pretentious, but this is a Bible study on perfection. To assuage any misapprehensions and to state my case early, I won’t be talking about sinless perfection, for “If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a liar and His word is not in us” I John 1:10. In today’s reading of Matthew, the point in question is not the sinlessness of God or His Creation of supernatural perfection, but rather our growth into a maturity of godliness; not to be Christ, but to be like Christ. We’ve seen the bumper sticker ‘We’re not perfect – just forgiven.’ If we were perfect, there would be nothing to forgive. So what does it mean to be perfect like God? Do we become gods? God forbid, that would be the deification of man and there is only one God in Christianity, “There is none else” (Isaiah 45:5). Obviously, God knew the future and made the #1 commandment to preempt anyone, “Who is opposing and exalting himself above everything said to be a god” (II Thes. 2:4) with “Thou shalt have no other gods before Me” (Ex. 20:2).
The united States began when God’s punishment upon Israel expired, if you believe the prophecy of 2520 years, otherwise known as ‘the seven times punishment,’ which began in 745BC with the Assyrian captivity and ended in 1776; July 4th to be exact. Even more specific and interesting, we can calculate the captivity of Manasseh, which is America, going into captivity in 732BC and coming out of that captivity 2520 years later in the year 1789, the ratification of the Constitution. All of the tribes of Israel went into captivity at different times and all came out of their respective captivities at different times that coincide with the founding of the European nations and their Constitutions. Do we ignore these numbers or do we do the math and surmise that God is telling us something?
The American way of life under the Articles of Confederation and later the Constitution, during America’s first ninety years of existence, had laws and traditions that, in today’s liberal culture, seem to be very strange. In fact, most present-day Americans would be totally repulsed to live in such a politically incorrect society: but it was a Christian based society. How would you like to live in a nation in which:
Scripture Reading: Psalms 104:14-15 “He causeth the grass to grow for the cattle, and herb for the service of man: that he may bring forth food out of the earth; And wine that maketh glad the heart of man, and oil to make his face to shine, and bread which strengtheth man’s heart.”
I must have been asleep when this battle took place, as I was alive when a lot of it happened. It lasted for over 25 years and I still was not aware of it occurring. It began before I was born, and it fought on when I was in elementary, middle, and high school. It was a major case, and I didn’t learn of it until a couple of months ago.
The two men who fought against each other, Fishbein and Hoxsey, were from different stock.
Fishbein was a jew and Hoxsey an Israelite. Fishbein flunked anatomy class in college, never completed his internship class and was never a doctor—he never had any patients whatsoever.
Hoxsey only went to the eighth grade and then he dropped out of school. He was a coal miner in Illinois, where his grandfather had been a farmer. His grandfather had a stallion that was his favorite. It got cancer in its right hoof, and the veterinarian said that it should be destroyed. Instead, John Hoxsey, his grandfather, who was a Quaker, decided to let his favorite horse go into the pasture and enjoy his final days.
The horse began to go into one area of the pasture and ate certain herbs that he never had eaten before. And as he did so, he surprisingly got better and better. Soon the horse recovered completely and the tumor sloughed away.
When Moses received the test question from God, the people answered in the affirmative. This was a religious test even though the words religion and religious are misnomers. A misnomer is something that is named in error. One of the first things I learned in Christian Identity is that Christianity is not a religion; it’s a way of life. Religions are man-made. Christianity is made by God. The word religion comes from the Latin ‘religio’ and means ‘to bind anew.’ This word seems originally to have signified an oath or vow to the gods, or an obligation, which was held to be very sacred during the Roman Empire. However, 200 years ago in America, religion was often synonymous with Christianity for all intents and purposes. It was the test itself that was the principle of controversy in more recent times.
Part 1: A message defending the faith of our fathers, the heritage of True Israel and the hope we must transfer to our posterity; a challenge to the traditions of tyrants, that Christianity proclaims liberty; the importance of where and when a 'religious test' is appropriate and biblical.
Part 2: A presentation as to why the religious test remained with the states and not the federal government; addressing the arguments leveled against the founding fathers regarding jewish and Masonic conspiracies.
Part 1: Would you like to live in America in its early days? Was America Christian back then, or they more Christian now? What changed America to what it is now?
Part 2: What happened in England in the year 1290? What happened in Spain in 1492? Where did the people go who were affected by what happened in England and Spain? What did they do for revenge? This article will tell you.
I'm a baby-boomer and growing up in the 1950's, when you could walk down the street in relative safety, I remember my mom saying, "Don't talk to strangers." Even 50 years ago, America was changing for the worse. Christianity was on the verge of a major downswing towards a hyphenated judaization and multicultural diversity. Back then, the proverbial stranger was a hitchhiker with his thumb up for a ride or someone you didn't know offering candy to children. The innocence of such things soon changed, because of a few gruesome crimes, which later became quite common. In fact, the dark side of strangers has become serial, as in killers and pedophiles. Trust is no longer taken for granted. Talking to strangers today can be deathly. And so we have to ask if the Bible prohibits our people from conversing with the strangers of forced integration. Actually, it’s more than just mere conversation; it is the mindset of modern social interaction.
I choose Deuteronomy for our Scripture reading today, because most people would not be able to tell you who the stranger is in verse 12. Christian Identity seems to be the only form of Christianity that has an understanding of three different words for stranger that are found in the Bible. If these strangers are not biblically identified, our kith and kin could be facing serious trespasses and doing just the opposite of what God commands. To the universalist or those who think God's salvation includes all races, rightly dividing the word stranger means little or nothing to them. They go about their merry race mixing ways in disobedience to God's Law. In fact, they go on the offensive to instill White guilt for the so called sin of racism. However, this ‘Answers in Genesis’ “sin” is not from the Bible, but from Baal worship.
The biblical perspective of what constitutes a stranger can be either someone of our own race or someone of another race. This is made evident by the scriptural record itself.
In the Answers in Genesis’ book, “One Race, One Blood,” written by Ken Ham, a white, and Charles Ware, a black man in 2010, it makes the statement: “Marriage is a litmus test for racism, usually revealing what we really believe about those from other people groups—and there are a significant number of Christians (particularly in America) who would claim that such ‘interracial’ marriages directly violate God’s principles in the Bible, and should not be allowed” page 124.
I no sooner commenced to sitting down with a yellow legal note pad to write down this message, when a bird in the backyard began squawking. I wondered, "What's his problem." It sounded like some kind of warning, rather than the happy chirping of an early bird catching a worm. Perhaps another animal was encroaching upon his meal.
I love how the Holy Spirit works. Before I began to write anything about tribulation, the sounds of God's creation gave me a sermon example from the get-go. Through this otherwise mundane morning activity of nature, it came to my mind of a situation we had last year in our driveway.