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Eyes That See - Part 2

 
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Sermon Notes by Pastor Mark Downey

November 19, 2017

Scripture Reading:  Isaiah 44:9 “They that make a graven image are all of them vanity; and their delectable things shall not profit; and they are their own witnesses; they see not, nor know; that they may be ashamed.

“Oh say can you see” is the first line in The Star Spangled Banner, and Francis Scott Key meant for it to mean patriotic pride after a ferocious all-night battle in the War of 1812, their flag was still visible “by the dawn's early light.” The Spirit of 1776, in the form of a flag, reflected what White Christian Americans were willing to die for, namely our freedom to worship Jesus and not be ruled by tyrants. “And when they had platted a crown of thorns, they put it upon His head, and a reed in His right hand: and they bowed the knee before Him, and mocked Him, saying, Hail, King of the Jews!” Mt. 17:29. When Jesus was abducted in the middle of the night by a mob of shameless hypocrites, the Cross of Calvary is still seen by those who have eyes to see its glory after the dawn of 2000 years. This translation of the KJV is a mockery as well, in that Jesus was not king of the jews, that is, the non-Israelite Edomite Pharisees, but rather King of the Judahites and thus Israel.

Eyes That See - Part 1

 
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October 29, 2017

Scripture Reading: Luke 10:21-24

From an anonymous quote I found years ago: “I see said the blind man as he opened his Bible.” A closed Bible availeth very little. The sights and sounds that Jesus spoke of in Luke were figures of speech. It was no more literal than Romans 11:25, “that blindness in part is happened to Israel.” The “blindness” was a hardening of the heart of which the good news of the Gospels could not enter a man. Thus, Jesus was speaking to His inner circle who would be receptive after being under the present influence of the Lord's teaching about Himself. Even though their faith was weak and wavering, they got a glimpse of His Divinity. It must have sunk so deep into their hearts, that they made the transition from physical sight to spiritual sight. They were blessed beyond measure. We find a lesson in Mark 8:24 in which a blind man, who was not born that way, was healed by Jesus. “Regaining his sight he said, I see people, but they look like trees walking." Interestingly, there are some who place more significance on the tree as “people”, than the knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden. If we were to point out a parallel of these trees, which not everyone will see, they represent a prejudice and presumption that prevents them from seeing the intents and purposes of God. The first sin and thus the Fall of man stems from the presumption that there would be no repercussions. Eve thought, 'well, this isn't going to kill me' (Gen. 3:4-5). God knew she would disobey Him and He said, “Your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods.” Is that a good thing? Small 'g' gods are never good and you can never mix good with evil. The Fall of man was a curse, a combination of positive and negative, which results in a spiritual short circuit, the loss of immortality. Likewise, the healed blind man saw walking trees as such, because the restoration of sight was not immediate; he was seeing things in a state of confusion; obscured yet with imperfection.

God, Guns and Government

 
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Sermon Notes by Pastor Mark Downey

October 15, 2017

Scripture Reading: Luke 22:35-38

Forgive me for the alliteration (a series of words starting with the same letter) in our title. Perhaps a sequel could be Baal, Bongos and Babylon. The Titanic ship of Babylon keeps getting closer and closer to the iceberg of God. The Admiralty jurisdiction wants to confiscate all life preservers and life boats with the artificial storms of Marxist Dialectics. There will be some who jump ship into the great whore that sits upon many waters (Rev. 17:1, 15). They would rather surrender their souls to the final beast empire of prophecy than walking on water as Peter did momentarily. I'm waxing a bit poetic, but can you feel the crescendo of our times hitting the boiling point of Christians in the saucepan? The antichrists probably think of us as the frog, but don't want us jumping out of their century long conspiracy to boil us to death. They want voluntary compliance; for us to beg them to please turn up the heat. But be warned, the first breath you take after you surrender will not be the breath of life, but the polluted air of zombies. After so many years of senseless gun-related shootings, they envision the White Christian American to march down to their local police station and tell the Chief, “Please take my gun”. Hardly any of these sensational shootings make any sense and most have an uncanny pattern of coincidences, always aided and abetted by the mainstream jewish media. They very seldom tell the whole truth about a shooting and suppress revealing information that would suggest others were involved besides the lone nut. However, God goes so far as to say, “And in her was found the blood of prophets, and of saints, and of all that were slain upon the earth” Rev. 18:24.

Harvey Reichstag

 
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September 24, 2017

Scripture Reading: Exodus 18:19-23

This is not a sermon about a person named Harvey Reichstag, but rather the conjunction of the worst ever US natural disaster (according to AccuWeather.com) and the worst ever political arson fire. The recent hurricane in Texas and the German Parliament building set ablaze have a common denominator. In 2011 I wrote a sermon called “Katrina? You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet!” Six years later, we're seeing something. We're seeing a storm of devastation nearing 40 inches of rain and $200 billion in damages. In fact, we are seeing a slew of hurricanes. Both the hurricane(s) and the arson are not what they appear to be. Both exploitations are borne of political expediency for propaganda purposes. Both have an impact on national security. Both have a calculated future because of the evil inherent from the events. Both have an inevitable clash between Christianity and jewish communism.  Both foment extraordinary extremism. Both have biblical implications. That may not be specific enough yet to draw some corollaries. So please allow me to explain if you can handle the truth. I say that because most people have been programmed to automatically close their minds to anything having to do with race, God and government; the latter two falsely euphemized as church and state. But, the walls of our minds were meant to be overcome. The Truth shall make you free from the barriers of disinformation.

The Race Traitor Blossoms – Part 2

 
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September 10, 2017

Scripture Reading: II Timothy 3:3-5

Let's start with a word study. Contained in today's Scripture reading we find two words in bold type, when combined, constitute the race traitor. The opposite of unholy is holy and the Greek word for holy (as in “holy nation” in I Peter 2:9) is hagios (#G40) and physically means pure. The Greek word for unholy is anosios (#G462) and the judeo church has deracinated (removed the racial import) and given it an implied generic meaning of impious or wicked. What these impious race traitors in churchianity ignore in the same Strong's Concordance citation is a reference to #G3741 hósios, which says, “reverence for what should be hallowed – properly, utter disregard of what is sacred, i.e. willful (arrogant) disrespect of the things of God”. Christ told Peter, “Get behind Me, Satan! You are a stumbling block to Me, because you are not thinking about the things of God, but the things of men” Mt. 16:23. In other words, the things of man, which have an utter disregard for the things of God, are satanic and they affect us adversely. You are an adversary or satan of God if you're a traitor to Israel, because the people of God are the things of God that matter the most. Things have a cause and effect, blessings and curses. So naturally, the race traitor curses us and that's what Paul is warning us about; when the treason against true Israel happens, there will be “terrible times” and they may be pious, “having a form of godliness, but denying its power”, but in reality, they are “unholy” and “traitorous”.

The Race Traitor Blossoms – Part 1

 
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Sermon Notes by Pastor Mark Downey

August 27, 2017

Scripture Reading: Numbers 25:6-8

This is a sequel to the recent sermon 'It's the Betrayal, Stupid' and a companion piece to 'Going Dark', 'The Ungodliness of Being a Coward' and several others that point out the enemy in our midst turning exponentially wicked. Jesus said, “Because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of it, the world hates you” John 15:19. A rule of thumb when it says to “love your enemies” means your own kindred, not the mongrel enemies of God. However, a race traitor, as in the story of Phinehas, forfeits his life by violating the Divine Law and bringing God's wrath upon the Israel people. Because of this race traitor in Numbers 25, the sanctity of racial purity was being compromised and brought forth the “fierce anger of the Lord” (verse 4). Today, no one is weeping when a race mixed couple walk through the entrance of a church flaunting their fornication. In our Scripture reading today, Phinehas killed a race traitor and God gave him a “covenant of peace” (Num. 25:12). That may sound weird to judeo's, but they only read the warm and fuzzy parts of the Bible. They don't read “everyone was weeping” because of an immoral union. Wolves in sheep's clothing are race traitors, not shepherds.

Phinehas stayed the plague, but nevertheless 24,000 Israelites died of the plague (verses 8-9) and there is no difference today in the cause and effect of race mixing. The woman from Midian was not White. Israel got the command at Sinai to be a separate and holy people. “Now if you will obey Me and keep My covenant, you will be My own special treasure from among all the nations on earth; for all the earth belongs to Me; and you shall be to Me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation” Ex. 19:5-6. I Peter 2:9 confirms and defends the Old Testament mandate for racial purity: “But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people; that you should show forth the praises of Him who hath called you out of darkness into His marvelous light”. Holy means pure and generation means race. Thus, racial purity. A race traitor is a White person who defies God's Law pertaining to race. Non-Whites were never given the Law, so they had no need for the God of biblical law.

The Antisemantics of the Word 'Jew'

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

August 13, 2017

Scripture Reading: Revelation 2:9

We hear a lot about anti-Semitism, which is a misnomer in its usage, but we don’t hear anything about anti-semanticism. Semitism comes from Semite and Semite comes from Shem, the son of Noah. We are Semites carrying our genetic seedline from Adam to Christ to the present day racially pure Israelite. I thought I had invented this new term. Semantics is the study of the meaning of words. If something is ‘anti’, it is against or contrary to something and is replaced with another meaning. Such is the case with the little four letter word ‘jews’. But, I was wrong; “anti-semantics” is online and cleverly rubbing next to the fish scales of “anti-antisemitism” in the fishy-slimy Urban Dictionary. It says, “Being against the arguing of meanings or definitions of words”. And then gives an example: "Look, I just don't care if the Holocaust refers specifically to the murder of the Ashkenazi Jews or if it can be used more broadly to the Nazi's persecution of other minorities!" Who would've thunk? Of all the myriad of examples, they pick the jews. In other words, it doesn't make any difference to them if a word has been adulterated for nefarious purposes. If you google “antisemantics”, this article doesn't show until page 3 and before that it's 2 pages of whining jews. The misnomer must be defended at all costs by the jews.

O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? Part 2

 
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July 30, 2017

Scripture Reading: Romans 5:1-5

As we progress into the other verses of this parable in Luke 16, Jesus interjects death for both protagonist and antagonist. So far, we have identified the rich man as jews and Lazarus as true Israel. True Israel is the White race, whereas jews are imposters. Now we see the real nature of these two quite different characters in an imaginary afterlife, in which they engage in dialogue for the sole purpose of identifying their destiny in real life. The beggar was laid at the gate of the rich man. In ancient times a gate signified the venue for adjudicating issues of law. The rich man's gate today is admiralty jurisdiction, not God's Law, in which the judge acts like a captain at sea, the ultimate dictator. That's why the flag is gold-fringed, the highest priority of Babylon, and you'll even see it in churches. Now we will gain an understanding of God's justice. It really goes to the heart of the resurrection. Do all life forms rise from the grave as did Jesus? Not if the Law and prophets did not pertain to those creatures whom God did not predestinate for eternal life. What would be the point of resurrecting goats and beasts of the field? The Great White Throne is reserved for Whites only. And it's something that our anticipation of should be measured with the utmost reverence, because it is Judgment Day. The wicked are already judged for destruction and will be destroyed “with the brightness of His coming” (II Thes. 2:8). I'm sorry our preterist friends will be shamed for their distortion of prophecy, but the rich man is a clear and present danger to the White race. Jerusalem 70AD was simply a sampling, not the final solution

People - Part 2

 
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July 9, 2017

Scripture Reading: Acts 10:34-43

In today's reading from Acts 10, there are many words synonymous with 'people' having the same intent to direct our attention to the exclusivity of Israel in the Word of God. Words like persons, man, sons, all and everyone point to the same race of people. It should never be confused with jews or every biped upon the face of the earth, because it does not pertain to them. The Bible is racist book that has been deracinated by the enemies of Jesus Christ. An enemy hath planted weeds amongst the wheat. By trying to be inclusive of non-Israelites, they make one's belief in Christ a matter of cognitive dissonance; a confused state of mind, believing in two opposites at the same time, that is: us and them (Gen. 3:15) deserving of the same things reserved only for God's people. We'll talk about how salvation only applies to us and not them.

People - Part 1

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

June 18, 2017

Scripture Reading:  Leviticus 20:26

One of the most clever ways of lumping every biped on the planet together, regardless of the ethnic group or geographical location, is to call everybody 'people', accompanied by human beings and the human race. And then they can get into more syrupy expressions like 'the brotherhood of man'. They say we all bleed red. Well, so do dogs, snakes and skunks. White Christian Americans are guilty of calling other bipeds 'people'. It's easy to do with decades of cultural propaganda and the language saturation of change agents. No doubt, there are those who would object and say “what's wrong with that?” The answer is lingual and biblical. At one time, the word 'people' only meant White persons... the true descendents of Adam, which is translated 'man', and has likewise been hijacked and diffused to imply every biped on the planet. The Bible has ostensibly become a book of confusion, because we have lost the meaning of the word 'people'. There are many more words that have been tortured, but 'people' is #1.

People

by Pastor Mark Downey

Who are the "people" of the Book?  It's not the jews or the church or every biped upon the face of the earth.

Part 1:  It is not biblically correct to call non-Whites "people".  Explores the word 'people' in the Pentateuch; our founding fathers on 'We the People'; why we're God's chosen people.

Part 2:  Proof text showing the racial principles of the New Testament.  Only White people can hear the voice of Jesus.

The Deification of Man

 
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June 4, 2017

Scripture Reading: 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4

'The deification of man' is not about one man any more than “the man of lawlessness” is about one man. Anyone who plays God is a “son of destruction” and history is replete with examples. I’m not sure where to start this message, so let’s go to the beginning of Genesis where the thought is whispered to Eve, “Thou shalt be as gods” (Gen. 3:5). Such a deal! Regardless of what you think the tree of knowledge of good and evil was literally, don’t you think Adam and Eve (even if it was for a fleeting moment) thought of themselves as gods? Until, that is, they heard the voice of God say, “Where are you?” (Gen. 3:9). God, likewise, might be asking us the same thing, like “where are your thoughts; where's your head at?” And if we are honest, most of us would say, “O Lord, my mind is not where it should be.” God must have anticipated this problem from the very beginning (being that He knows the beginning from the end) that man would try to deify himself. So much so, that the priority of His Law has always been first and foremost, “Thou shalt not have any other gods before Me” (Ex. 20:3) and “Love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind” (Mt. 22:37). That is virtually impossible to do if you have the mindset to presume that you deserve some kind of deification for yourself, to be worshiped. You may not call it that, but should any one of us take it upon ourselves to judge what is right or wrong, that does not correspond to the Word of God, then that is the embryo of becoming a god.

The Azure Standard Rebellion

 
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May 21, 2017

Scripture Reading:  Hosea 4:6

How the New Normal is Insanity

The first Christians after Christ died were not jews, who killed Christ and put His blood upon all future generations of Edomite antichrists. The first Christians, so named in Antioch, were the “My people” of Hosea 4:6, and were warned in that verse that they would be destroyed if they fell under the sway of disinformation. They would disqualify themselves from the Melchizedic priesthood. The history of the last 2000 years is a record of the White race ignoring the admonitions of God and His Creation. It is perhaps at its lowest level of knowing what God decrees about race right now. Their mental lapse into situational ethics (which is judaism or secular humanism) would jeopardize the future of God's people. This simple formula for knowing God's will was based on racial exclusion, otherwise known as racism. Today we witness Judah-Germany and all of Europe inviting the rape and pillage of their homelands from racial aliens who devour the land, just as the Bible predicted. It's ridiculous to assume that when God speaks of “My people,” He is specifically referring to every biped on earth, rather than one “peculiar people,” as well as a chosen generation (genetics), a royal priesthood and a holy nation i.e. racially pure (I Peter 2:9). Racial inclusion was never a part of God's plan for the ages. It is fake knowledge that brings God's people into divine rejection. The knowledge of God is our hope for eternal life. When we lose sight of that great promise, God repudiates the prevailing priesthood, which takes our people in a different direction, such as the worship of golden calves to the lust of golden arches. Our God, the God of Israel, hates the vacillation of the priestcraft respecting Baal and conniving social lawlessness. "This is eternal life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent” John 17:3.

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.

It's the Betrayal, Stupid

 
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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.

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