2018 Sermons

Deuteronomy Part 8

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

February 4, 2018

 Scripture Reading:  Deuteronomy 4:44-49:

44) “And this is the law which Moses set before the children of Israel;

45) These are the testimonies, and the statues, and the ordinances, which Moses spoke unto the children of Israel, after they came forth out of Egypt,

Deuteronomy Part 7

 
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January 28, 2018

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 4:39-40

Would the United We Stand organization who sponsored the women's marches last week in Cincinnati be in favor of God's laws or would they keep their own God forbidden laws for their daughter's sake?  Find out what they believe--they are our enemy.

Deuteronomy Part 6

 
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January 21, 2018

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 4:32-38

Moses’ farewell address to Israel. Moses starts off by asking a question, Has anyone ever seen such a thing as has happened to you? You are now alive, and yet you heard the voice of God speaking from the fire. Has anyone heard God speaking audibly to them as a nation? For example: Have the Chinese ever in their history heard God speak from a fire to them? Have the Indians? Have the Hispanics? Have the Negroes?

The only nation who has ever had this happen was the nation of Israelites at Mt. Sinai. What do you think that God said to His people at this time? It was really His wedding proposal!  But besides this happening, has any other nation been taken from another nation? Israel was taken out of Egypt, just four generations from the covenant that the LORD God made with their fathers.

Deuteronomy Part 5

 
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January 14, 2018

Scripture Reading:  Deuteronomy 4:4-8

Two weeks ago was New Year’s Day. The day before New Year’s Day is a day spent in celebration of the end of the old year and the beginning, or birth, of the new. But for how long has this been the situation? Has it been in existence for over 6000 years that New Year’s Day is on January 1st.

When I was in the eighth grade, I remember it very well; we were assigned to do a written report and in addition to our written report we had to also give a speech in front of our class about a certain topic. My topic had to do with the a few of the different calendars that were in existence in the world. I learned then, that this was a difficult subject for me to understand.

However, the teacher liked my report and had me give it at a special meeting of teachers; but it was just an elementary level report, but I had never thought about it before. I knew then that it was a lot more complicated than I could understand. And it still is.

Later, I learned, thanks to Christian Identity, that biblical ancient Israel had a very different calendar than we have now. Their new year had been, for over 3500 years, in the springtime. This explained some previously difficult scriptures that had to do with different calendars. For example, the day began in the Bible at the setting of the sun and not at one second after Midnight. This cleared up several scriptures right away.

Here is a scripture which tells us that Israel was to celebrate each new year in the spring:

Deuteronomy Part 4

 
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January 6, 2018

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 3:1-5:

Continuing on in the study of Deuteronomy ... Moses was giving the Israelites their history over the last 40 or so years. They had just completed the victory over Sihon, king of the Amorites, and destroyed him and his people. He then tells of the battle with king Og. He tells of seven things that happened:

  1. The LORD God delivered king Og into the hands of Israel with all his people. God was the one who gave Israel their victory; it was not Israel on their own who defeated king Og. All people of the earth were not equal in the eyes of God. His covenant people were His elect. Other races were fit for destruction.
  2. Israel smote Og until there was none remaining. Israel, under their God’s orders, committed genocide.
  3. Israel took all his cities, being 60 walled cities, many villages, and unwalled towns.
  4. Israel destroyed all of the individuals in Og’s kingdom—men, women, and children as Israel did the Amorites under king Sihon.
  5. Israel took all the cattle, and the spoil of all the cities and villages as a spoil to themselves.
  6. Israel took from these two kings (Sihon and Og) all the land along the river Jordan from the Arnon River on the south to mount Hermon on the north, which was beyond the Sea of Galilee.
  7. Israel took all the cities of the plains, all of Gilead, and all of Bashan.
  8. Israel gave all this land to half the tribe of Manasseh, all the tribe of Gad and all the tribe of Reuben.
  9. Israel camped at Beth-peor.
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