2017 Sermons

Who Chooses? Part 2

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

May 14, 2014

Scripture Reading Revelation 12:9

On April 24, President Trump gave this terrible promise to the American people at a speech at a Holocaust Remembrance Day at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Prior to Trump’s speech, Stosh Cotler, the chief executive of Bend the Arc Jewish Action, slammed the decision to give the president a spotlight at the United States Holocaust Museum.

“Donald Trump and his administration have embraced the rhetoric and the agenda of white nationalism,” she told the New York Times. “This is not someone who deserves the platform of speaking at a national day of remembrance of the Holocaust.”

Pledging to confront anti-Semitism in all its forms and to “never be silent,” President Donald Trump on Tuesday (April 24, 2017), “denounced as accomplices to ‘horrible evil’ anyone who denies that six million Jews were killed during the Holocaust.”

What did he just say? He will denounce as accomplices to ‘horrible evil’ anyone who denies that six million Jews were killed during the Holocaust. Well, that is us! The president will denounce us as being accomplices to “horrible evil?”

Report on the Imprecatory Campaign

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

May 7, 2017

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 28:16-25

Enough is enough. Here is a commentary by Matthew Henry on today's Scripture reading: “Afflictions are God's threshing instruments, to loosen us from the world, to part between us and our chaff, and to prepare us for use. God will proportion them to our strength; they shall be no heavier than there is need. When His end is answered, the trials and sufferings of His people shall cease; His wheat shall be gathered into the garner, but the chaff shall be burned with unquenchable fire.” If we took a poll (one that's not fake!) of how many people are fed up with the establishment, and it was 100% of all respondants, it wouldn't be enough to change anything. If we prayed for the president, it wouldn't be enough to dissuade America's plunge into Babylon, because the God of Israel is offended by prayers for the devil. God wants us to pray against the enemies of our race and for deliverance. That's what Saviors do. “My sheep hear My voice” (John 10:27) and when we receive His Word and act accordingly, He will hear our prayers. We humbly pray for the only White Power on earth to remove the curse of Mystery Babylon, the mystery of which comprises the jewish, catholic and judeo-Christian consortium, so that all may see their naked wickedness. Moreover, from March 23 to May 1 (2017), we conducted a 40 day worldwide imprecatory campaign against the fake news of Mainstream Media, to whom its prostitutes of yellow-brown journalism are complicit in the cover-up and stonewalling of Pizzagate and all other permutations of pedophilia reaching into the upper echelons of church and state. There is no separating the evil between churchianity and government. Both are culpable for the sins of child abductions, trafficking, rape, murder and satanic rituals. Our whole campaign was about rescuing White children from the world of talmudic abominations and horrific torture of the innocent.

Who Chooses? Part 1

 
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Copied from the Sermon Notes of Pastor Don Elmore

April 30, 2017

Scripture Reading: John 15:16-17

Most all true denominations of Christianity—Presbyterian, Baptist, Dutch Reformed, German Reformed, Anglican, Episcopal, and Lutheran were originally founded on Calvinistic doctrines and confession.  Most of these churches have now departed from this teaching.  In fact, 95% of modern churches reject what is called Calvinism in favor of Arminianism, which was developed by James Arminius (Latin name of Jakob Harmenszoon), the Dutch theologian who rejected the Reformed position.  Of the 5% of churches that are left, there is less than 1% that teach covenant theology. These churches teach the errors of Calvinism and the heresy of Arminianism. Of these churches, there is a very, very, very small remnant that teach Israel-only theology.  Arminianists believe that man knocked God off His Throne (in man’s mind). And then man told God that He had no right to choose who is saved or damned, and that man alone has the right to choose his own destiny.  This is now practically the only doctrine that is taught in the Easter-bunny—Christmas tree “churches.”

It's the Betrayal, Stupid

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

April 23, 2017

Scripure Reading:  Luke 21:15-19

The assassination of the Roman emperor, Julius Caesar, and a betrayal by an entrusted friend.Et tu, Brute?” from Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. Just seconds before the assassination of the Roman emperor and being stabbed to death, Caesar sees one of the young Senators with knife in hand and exclaims “you also?” Imagine the last words out of your mouth is the surprising question to someone you thought was a loyal friend, but instead your executioner. To live by the sword is to die by the sword has become a common refrain for pacifism, but Jesus' admonition to Peter lobbing off the ear of the high priest's SWAT team member was not anti-sword; it was protecting Peter from being arrested himself, even though Peter was just trying to protect his Master. After Jesus was betrayed by Judas, the cops moved in to make the arrest. In hindsight, Peter should have aimed his sword at Judas, but this was a perfect moment of predestination as Jesus told him, “Am I not to drink the cup that the Father has given me?" John 18:11. The metaphor of a cup often signifies a measure of divine affliction, possibly derived from the custom of some nations putting someone to death with a cup of poison. Jesus had come to die as a sacrifice for sin and betrayal was a necessary ingredient to teach us many lessons which we'll explore today.

I Don't Have Time

 
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by Pastor Brian Jones

April 16, 2017

Scripture Reading:  Ecclesiates 3:1-8

A message of inspiration to you to give God your time and to study the Scriptures.

Fake News

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

April 9, 2017

Scripture Reading:  John 8:43-45

“Who do you believe and why do you believe it? If you are not good in communicating what you believe, you need to know how to persuade using facts.”

This statement is very close to what the Bible says about this subject. Do you believe what Jesus Christ or His disciples said, or do you believe the opposite viewpoint that a Talmudic follower issues out of his mouth? Does that make a difference to you? Do you believe what a true prophet of God says, or do you believe what a false prophet says? They are both in the world today, with the majority being false prophets. And there is a genetic people who cannot believe the truth.

America, the Dialectic

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

April 2, 2017

Scripture Reading:  James 1:5-8

When you force the combining of good and evil, what do you get? You get the double mind. When you allow non-Whites to have their spaces, their neighborhoods (in which no White person dare walk down the street at night), their own schools and colleges, student unions and race-specific grants and funding, affirmative action just for them in employment, their own racial caucus in Congress, their own TV channel, etc, the modern liberal calls it good. But when any White group wishes to do the same thing, as a matter of culture, identity and benevolence, it's called racist and evil. Welcome to America, the land of dialectical materialism, which early proponents of jewish communism made the centerpiece of their political philosophy. Rabbi Karl Marx asserted that only material things can be reality and thus denying anything spiritual, especially the reality of a White Christian's mind or soul. In his jewish mind, he thought all change happens through the conflict of opposites and is motivated by revolution, thus a forced means to an end, regardless of the spiritual considerations. This can be seen in the social engineering between men and women, children and parents, left wing democrats and right wing republicans, blacks and Whites, Christians and antichrists etc. When you combine good with evil you get the synthesis of chaos. In theory, it is believed that the mechanics of chaos can destroy Christianity.

Rocky

 
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Copied from the Sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

March 26, 2017

Scripture Reading:  Genesis 3:22 “And the LORD God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever:”

September 11th is when some Christians believe that Jesus Christ was born. They believe it was not on the popular day of December 25th, in the middle of winter, when most of the Christian churches celebrate His birth. December 25th happens to be the birthday of a whole hosts of other false gods, like Mithras, and is in the season of winter which is cold and the time of daylight is at it shortest time.

April 3, 33 A.D. is the date when many of His followers believe He was crucified. I am not sure if this date is correct, but I believe that it is very close to being right. Let’s believe that these are the correct dates. If they are, then how many years are between the death of Jesus Christ and the year 2001? The number of years between 33 and 2001 is 1967.

Thus, we get the date of the Newsweek magazine: April 3, 1967. April 3 is the date of the murder of Jesus Christ and then 1967 years later is the false flag event known as 9/11. Is that wild or what?

It's Going to Get Better

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

March 19, 2017

Scripture Reading:  II Cor. 4:1-6

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Madison Square Gardens for the World Heavyweight Championship. Introducing in this corner, the reigning world champion from Jew York City... Pessimism. And in the other corner, the contender hailing from New Jerusalem... Optimism. Well, you know I'm hamming it up a bit, but I wanted to convey the great fight before us. This is 2017, which could be called the year of the epic brawl between Jacob-Israel and Esau-Edom. Today is March 19th and in four days (3-23-17) we will begin to launch the first rounds of firepower in spiritual warfare against the pride and haughtiness of the Mainstream Media followed by 39 other days of unrelenting imprecatory salvos heard in the Court of Divine Justice, which of course is much higher than the Supreme Court, because it is adjudicated upon by Almighty God. It's going to be one hell of a main event. For the good and faithful Israelite, it's all positive Christianity. It don't get any better than that. I have gotten nothing but affirmation for our imprecatory campaign. Nobody in Christian Identity is whining about how it's going to get worse. Well, maybe for the jews and their shabbez go; things aren't working out as they thought they would under the Protocols of Satan.

For those who say it's going to get worse before it gets better, let me just say, "Give me a break." I just find doom and gloom boring. Conversely, I find David's well placed sling shot between the eyes of Goliath exhilarating and inspirational. Indulge me for a moment while I paraphrase Mt. 24:5: "Many shall come yapping their mouths as some kind of expert giving Christianity lip service… and shall deceive many (causing our people to err)." It occurs to me that those who heed the Lord's warning and avoid babbling buffoons must be what constitute the Remnant, who sees things in an entirely different perspective than most people.

Surrender to the enemies of Christ is not in the vocabulary of onward Christian soldiers. The only thing we surrender is our hearts and minds to the will and purposes of our God.

Fear of the _____ Sermon Notes

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

March 12, 2017

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 11:23-25

Who are these verses talking about? The LORD will drive out what nations before who? What nation will be the victor over all the nations that it encounters?

This verse pertains only to His Covenant People—Israel; the elect of God. The LORD will drive out all these seven nations of the Canaanites from before Israel. And anywhere that Israel goes, God will lay the fear and dread of His nation upon all the land that Israel shall tread upon--if they keep the commandments that God gave them. In other words, Israel will be a special nation over all nations on the earth—if they keep His commandments.

Fear of the _____

by Pastor Don Elmore

Part 1:  Sermon Notes of Pastor Elmore. The United States government has a lot of Satanist and occult leaders.  May our God eliminate all these evil people from our midst.

Part 2:  Addendum to sermon showing graphic images of the “Spirit Cooking” dinner for Museum of Contemporary Art Annual Gala in Los Angeles, California in 2011. Images consist of red velvet cakes shaped the form of full size naked women's bodes.  Actresses were hired and their job was to either lie naked under plastic skeletons revolving on the dinner table tops of those who paid $100,000, or poke their heads through the table tops of those who paid $50,000 and $25,000. 

Christian Identity Imprecation Against Fake News

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

March 5, 2017

Scripture Reading: Psalms 58:3-11

A call to prayer and fasting from March 23 to May 1, 2017 for the Court of Divine Justice dealing with the Mainstream Media covering up the greatest pedophile ring in history.

Enough is enough. The horrible abuse of power is so far gone that there is no political spine to address the problem of how we receive information. Even with the election of Donald Trump, the Mainstream Media (MSM) is out of control, although it is very much controlled by an insidious group of madmen. Most of Christendom is totally unaware of the Court of Divine Justice, for lack of a better term, whereby we have an appellate jurisdiction when all else fails. When Moses could not adjudicate an impasse of the Law, he had recourse to take it directly to God to reconcile. I could sit back and watch America being raped and plundered, but that's just not me. And I don't think that's the position of many White Christian Americans. But a lot of folks are flustered as to what to do. Yes, prayer is fine and dandy, but we can go one step further in what's called imprecatory prayer, which is a curse upon the enemies of God.

Biblical History Part 11

 
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"Inherit the Wind"

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

February 26, 2016

Scripture Reading: Proverbs 11:29

My wife and I saw on the cable channel, two weeks ago, on Turner Classic Movies--Inherit the Wind. I had seen it when it first came out, which was a long, long time ago--1960. That was the year that I graduated from high school. That was so long ago that I forgot almost the entire movie. I just remembered a few of the scenes.

It was a movie that told the story of the Scopes or Monkey Trial that was held in Dayton, Tennessee. I had mistakenly thought, in my own mind, it was Cleveland, Tennessee. But that’s how long ago I saw the movie. It was the trial that depicted Evolution Versus Creation in the public schools.

Biblical History Part 10

 
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Our Deadly Enemy Part 3

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

February 12, 2017

Scripture Reading: Jude 1:4

Have you ever wondered, “How did it get this way?”

  • How did gays become one of the most protected peoples on the stage of life?

  • How did illegal immigrants become so popular in the land of legal immigrants?

  • How did the legal system have a bias against the victims of a crime?

  • How did drinking and recreational drugs become so highly promoted in this nation?

  • How did sexual deviance in society become systematically promoted?

  • How did so many of the population become dependent on state benefits?

  • How did the media become so controlled and dumbed-down?

  • How was there an all-out attack on Christianity and the emptying of the churches?

There is nothing that happens unless it is first planned. Who planned this?

Biblical History Part 9

 
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Our Deadly Enemy Part 2

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 29, 2017

Scripture Reading: Titus 1:14

There were at the time that this verse was written, fables--in particular Jewish fables, which the Christian was instructed to pay no attention to. We were warned not to get comfortable with these distortions of truth. Jewish fables or fictions or myths are still very much all around us. Do we still give heed to them?

Esau hates Jacob. Jews hate Israel. The Edomite Jew believes that if all the descendants of Jacob/Israel were no longer alive, then the covenant recipient would have to go back to the one before Jacob, i.e. Esau, because of default. Remember, Esau once was in possession of the covenant and all its blessings, but he despised it. He sold it to his younger twin brother Jacob. And a little later he lost the blessing because Jacob and his mother plotted against him and deceived his father.

It had to be a good deception to fool Jacob’s father, Isaac. For Isaac loved Esau while his wife loved Jacob. Isaac’s eyesight at that time was very bad, so Jacob had to disguise himself as Esau. Fixing the venison wasn’t hard, as his mother helped prepare the meal. But putting goat hairs on his arms and the smooth of his neck and wearing Esau’s goodly raiment convinced Isaac that it had to be Esau because Jacob smelled and felt just like Esau. And the twin boys were so different. Esau was an avid hunter and outdoorsman while Jacob was a shepherd. (Now it is just the opposite—Esau is deceiving Jacob’s descendants that Esau is Jacob.)

Isaac felt the skins of the goat hairs and smelled the raiment that Jacob wore, and that convinced him that Jacob was indeed Esau. It was the only time in the Scriptures that man depended upon his feeling, and he was deceived.

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