Researching the subject of baptism has taken many twists and turns in an attempt to discover the truth. In our series, "The Shining Light of Glory", not only were many parallels made between biblical light and water baptism, but also that they were one and the same. This prompted some curiosity as to why there is such a diversity of interpretations as to what baptism really is and where those dogmas come from. After reading assertions about full body immersion-styled baptisms that came from the pagan mystery religions, I began research to prove whether or not this was true, because I didn't want to advocate something that was contrary to the Word of God. However, what I discovered was far from such a simple premise.
Over the expanse of time, the history of baptism has become very convoluted. I dare say that if you ask a dozen Christians what the meaning of baptism is, you'll get a dozen different answers. After half a year, I had traversed, in depth, hundreds of articles, dozens of books and prayerfully seeking what God would have us do. "Seek, and ye shall find" (Mt. 7:7). I think I've found some unconfusing resolves to this issue. It is not my intent to create controversy or jerk anyone's emotional chain.
In criminal law, William Blackstone formulated the principle that: “It is better that ten guilty persons escape than one innocent suffer.” The actual numbers or ratio is not as important as the idea that the State should not cause undue or mistaken harm "just in case." Historically, the details of the ratio change, but the message that government and the courts must err on the side of innocence is constant. The concept is much older than The Commentaries on the Laws of England, which is why I choose today's Scripture in Genesis 18, about the destruction of Sodom which, it must be noted, God did eventually destroy, but with the innocent getting out of Dodge beforehand. Similarly, we are told in Rev. 18:4 to, “Come out of her [Mystery Babylon] My people [Israel]... that ye receive not of her plagues.” Blackstone's maxim was also absorbed into American common law, cited repeatedly by our Founding Fathers, later becoming a standard drilled into law students all the way into the 21st century. I would be shocked and dismayed if Kurtis' prosecutors never heard of this fundamental precept of law. Perhaps it's as diminished as one hour of instruction on nutrition in medical schools. Or the spiritual analogy from seminaries that religion is only for people to feel good.
“Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them” Heb. 13:3 ESV. I wonder how many Christians heed this passage or even understand the ramifications of what they're being admonished to do. Although it's not Scripture, we have heard the idiomatic expression, “There but for the grace of God go I.” I wonder how many people have committed crimes and have never been caught? I wonder how many Christians think so and so should be in jail for something they think he did wrong, when in fact incarceration is no where to be found in God's Law. The only justice meted out in the Bible is restitution or death, which is a pretty good deterrent against crime or what we call sin. But, this passage in Hebrews isn't necessarily talking about criminal actions, or debt or immorality and certainly not your more heinous crimes of malevolence, but rather those who are in bondage for the sake of Christ. Today we call them political prisoners or prisoners of war (POW's). This is often the case with God's elect standing on principles and demonized in a nation under occupation and not under God. You know you're doing something right when “men shall revile you, and persecute you, an shall say all manner of evil against you falsely” for the sake of Christ (Mt. 5:11). I dare say that the antichrist jew would like to put every racist, what they consider an “antisemite,” and every politically incorrect hate group in concentration camps to die. They are so bold today, to talk of the White race and Christianity in the past tense, in the most disparaging terms. But in spite of this, the Holy Spirit compels White men to proclaim the Good News of the Gospels and to produce good fruit. You usually won't find them in the churches, but you'll find them in the trenches of racial consciousness. That's where the real battle is being fought, in the hearts and minds of our kind.
We should not forget those who dare take a stand. We should admire those who, as the KJV puts it, “Prove[s] all things; hold fast [hold on to] that which is good” I Thes. 5:21. The CNT renders it, “But scrutinize all things, hold fast that which is right.” Unfortunately, when a society has a government that no longer adheres to proof or scrutiny, it no longer is a terror to the evil, but to the good and righteous. In lieu of jewish death camps for the goyim, we have instead a criminal justice growth industry, whereby innocent men and women can be thrown into prison on the flimsiest of pretext(s).
If our people don't understand why they were born into this world, they certainly won't understand why other races occupy the same planet. In light of the recent alien invasion under the guise of “children” and the congressional clamor for immigration reform, I've been hearing this inane cliché that 'it's not their fault they were born that way.' What way? As mongrels, or as the Bible identifies them as 'strangers.' In other words, anyone who is not born White, cannot be blamed for what they are. Does that make any sense? Perhaps to the thinking of a universalist or egalitarian, it would be heartless to blame these little Latinos crossing our borders illegally. But to Christian Identity, the issue should not be the legal status of young goats, but rather their racial disposition. The last two messages about Kurtis Monschke dealt with the subject of innocence. Today, I want to discuss the theology of guilt, because if we don't know the source of unrighteousness, how can we ever hope to know what is righteous?
Part 1: A real life chronicle of one outstanding skinhead falsely accused of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. He exemplifies the true grit of what young Identity Christian men should be. An amazing story of an innocent man fighting for his freedom and yours.
Part 2: Evidence from Washington state transcripts and witness testimony that proves the innocence of a man who has spent the last ten years in federal prison and who has exhausted all legal remedies, leaving one last option of clemency and your prayers.
In the 1st century AD Jesus was born into the world where the timing and location had to be perfect for Him to fulfill His divine destiny. Judean culture at that time had a great expectation for the prophesied Messiah in anticipation of being delivered from the Roman occupation of what comprised the territories of ancient Israel. Our people had to wait over 700 years for the prophesied Messiah of Isaiah 53. Likewise, the Second Coming is a long wait and Israel would again be under a beastly occupation. But, when the Anointed of God finally came 2000 years ago with His Plan of Deliverance, the people of the land refused to acknowledge the authority He brought with Him. The Pharisees were among the people who did not approve of Jesus; Christ was not behaving in the manner they expected the Messiah to behave in. Christ was not validating the religious establishment; the commonplace everyday blasphemies of the good old boys club; nor was He submitting himself to peer psychology whereby He was the clay and the people were the Potter. He just didn't play the game of the orthodoxies of error that had become the matrix of society. We feel the same rejection in Christian Identity, because we don't fit in to most congregations out there.
And I have to wonder, is it any different today with Pharisees behind the pulpits of America, indicting those who function in the power of God with the same kind of inane disdain. How dare you implicate Jesus having a racial message. And yet we come for the same lost sheep of the house of Israel that Jesus Christ said He came for (Mt. 15:24). The Pharisees within Identity and without in judeo-churchianity can say all manner of evil against me and other Bible believing Christian Israelites falsely, but when they perjure the authority of my witness or misrepresent testimony of our brethren with outright lies, they have blasphemed the spirit of one's calling from God. Perjury is the deliberate falsification of the facts under oath. So if one calls themselves a Christian, they are automatically sworn to tell the truth; otherwise they commit the sin of bearing false witness. Are we not oath-bound to the God of Israel? If they did it to Christ, they will do it to His followers. Jesus said, “If the world hates you, understand that it hated Me before it hated you” John 15:18. I tend to believe that our detractor's problem is not with us, but with God. The Disciples of Christ had the same problem of people becoming Christians for the wrong reasons.
This is a message guaranteed to irritate politically correct liberals or even kosher conservatives who pretend to be defenders of a moral culture, when in fact, both contribute to the decadence and corruption of society. My original title was “A Time To Hate' from the book of Ecclesiastes and then changed to 'Hate Is A Family Value,' but I decided to settle on the proactive title 'I Love To Hate,” because it's self explanatory (which I'll explain in a moment) and logical. It would be a contradiction to say I hate to hate. That's like Bill Clinton saying, “We will not tolerate intolerance.” Let me say from the onset that there's nothing wrong with hate unless someone comes along and redefines it to mean something malicious, malevolent, sadistic or satanic etc, which is exactly what totalitarians do in a dictatorship; they can make words mean whatever they want; and it becomes a war of words. Orwell exemplified this in his classic novel '1984' with three slogans: war is peace, freedom is slavery and ignorance is strength. If they make sense, you're either a master of doublethink or have stopped thinking altogether. The last thing a dictatorship wants, is it's subjects hating what the regime wants you to think.
If Hollywood were to make a movie called 'Silence of the Goats,' it would be about jews being gassed in concentration camps by evil White Christians. There would be “weeping and gnashing of teeth,” (Mt. 13:52), “bewailing... and lamenting... when they see the smoke of her burning” (Rev. 18:9) and “clothed with terror... trembling” Ezek. 26:16 NIV. What? You say they've already made that movie? Yes, hundreds, if not thousands of fictional dramas depicting the perpetual horrors of jewish persecution... they just have different titles: Schindler's List, Sophies Choice, The Pianist ad nauseam. Try as they may to depict the audible sounds of genocide, there has never been anything substantial to prove actual gas chambers or crematoria designed for mass executions. Instead, we have been inundated with hysterical propaganda and neurotic jewish actors pretending to have escaped the so called Holocaust. They preceded the contemporary batch of crisis actors that mold public opinion in the controlled media from 9-11 to Sandy Hook.
The prostituted pulpits of America likewise butcher the Bible so that hardly anybody knows who the real sheep and the real goats are... or why Jesus is going to divide the sheep on His right hand and the goats on the left. Those of you who are familiar with my work, know that on occasion I have said 'we owe the jews a Holocaust.' Today, I'm going to show you, biblically, how that will come to pass; how the goats will be silenced forever. For it is we, White Christians, who have been “accounted as sheep for the slaughter” (Romans 8:36) as it is written in the talmud. We contemplate the near impossibility of communicating the Christian Identity message to our countrymen and it's all due to the jewish lies that have permeated most of our defeated and demoralized people, who are more lost now than ever before. They put on the facade that they are concerned about our nation and a future for their children, but their souls are putrefying in a puddle of multicultural lies. You see, the talmudists don't want you to get too knowledgeable about their contempt for you and how they regard you as cattle or chattle (enslaved people seen as property).
Darkness is the absence of light, just as racial purity is the absence of mixed blood. “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil” John 3:19. One of the fruits of the Holy Spirit is goodness, which is an absence of evil. Upon God's perfect Creation of 'kind after kind', He declared, “that it was good.” Sin had not yet entered the world. Darkness is mentioned early on in Genesis 1:2 as simply the difference between night and day. However, as a figure of speech it can mean misery, destruction, death, ignorance, sorrow, wickedness and obscurity. Historically, whenever great White civilizations mingled with the dark races, their societies collapsed. When Daniel prophesied about the beast empires, it was the once great civilizations that embraced mixed blood and hence, in the eyes of God, the darkness was destined for destruction; not necessarily without cause, but the effects of forsaking the light of goodness. There's always a load of rationalizations for racial diversity, but there is no biblical justification. Isaiah said, “Woe to them that call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness... because they have cast away the law of the Lord of hosts, and despised the word of the Holy One of Israel... and if one look unto the land, behold darkness and sorrow, and the light is darkened” (5:20, 24, 30). Are we going dark?
As a sequel to 'Going Dark,' I promised something about going light. However, I have a four part series on 'The Shining Light of Glory” already and I don't want to be repetitive. But, there is another word, which we're going to explore today. I recall a cartoon I have in my files called 'the Lite Church' with a drawing of a little church and a sign that read “24% fewer commitments, home of the 7.5% tithe, 15 minute sermons, 45 minute worship services. We have only 8 commandments – your choice. We use just 3 spiritual laws and have an 800 year millennium. Everything you've wanted in a church... and less.” What I want to convey today is that half measures will avail us nothing. You have a barn to paint that requires 2 gallons and you only have 1, so you add a gallon of water; within a few weeks or months the paint begins to crack and peel. All that work for nothing, because you cut corners. By the samcare token, we have a Divine Law (Deut. 23:2) that prohibits mixed blood from entering the congregation of any assembly in Israel, but somebody comes along and says 15% mongrel is an acceptable level to be considered White. There's a reason why God's Law is not to be diluted or modified, and that is, it's perfect the way it is. We can't cut corners, because if we do, we'll wind up with something inferior. The churches today in churchianity are not only inferior to the will of God, they are repugnant.
Part 1 "Going Dark": Social and biblical aspects of what the metaphor of darkness implies from the historical record to current events; the jewish complicity of generating ignorance and decadence contributes to the demise of White civilizations.
Part 2 "Going Lite": Another Gospel and another Christ diminishes the genuine Gospels and the true Christ by removing the seriousness, substance and complexities of Scripture. Take to its logical conclusion, the Lite Church and/or Christian leads to physical and spiritual defilement. New revelations about the brain reveal our relationship with God.
I wish there was a way to know you're in the good old days before you actually leave them. I hate to think that these trying times (some say trials and tribulations) will someday be the good old days. I guess the good old days were when we thought it couldn't get worse. A good barometer would be leadership. There was a day when all it took to impeach a president was illegal wiretapping or having sex with a White House intern in the broom closet. About 200 years ago the French historian Alexis de Tocqueville observed that, “America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.” Today's sermon really is not about nostalgia, but we do have a memory system that recalls times of happiness. But, how far back in time do we go to determine that happiness. Individuals can certainly go back, usually to their unencumbered childhood (before they became tax slaves), and say the good old days were the happy days. I can remember when I was 4 years old and the neighborhood boys began digging holes in the backyard; we were treasure hunters and the world was our oyster; nothing could dispel our elation of shoveling a deep pit. However, it became anticlimactic when our shovels hit something metallic, which wasn't a treasure chest, but a water pipe. What concerns me with this message is how far back in time do we go to determine the happiness of the White race.
Time is a like a river, you can't touch the water twice, because the flow that passed will never return. The good news is that there's more water where that came from. If we were to pick a time in the Bible that comes closest to the good old days, it would be the Garden of Eden, sometimes called Paradise. We don't know how much time elapsed before the Fall of Adam, but it must have been a splendid time of goodness, because sin had not yet entered the world; the good had not yet been contrasted to the manifestation of evil. But, when it did, after the Fall of man, days of goodness were only fleeting and transient. Once, Adam fell from grace, from his glorified body to a carnal physical body, he must have thought, “Wow, those were the good old days.” Hindsight is always 20/20. The word 'paradise' is not found in the Hebrew, but the idea is not lost in the Greek word paradeisos (#3857) as used in Rev. 2:7, which simply means “park i.e. (specifically) an Eden (place of future happiness).” The park or garden of Eden signified an exquisite place of delight and pleasure.
When Jesus launched His ministry, in what would become a three year exhortation to our race exclusively, the first thing He declared was repentance. Of all the things He could have said as the opening salvo (because it was spiritual warfare), He choose something the people really didn't want to hear, even though it had a lot to do with deliverance. They envisioned a Deliverer who would come to destroy the Romans. Their Great White Hope would have said, “Come follow me, and we shall slice the Legions to ribbons.” I hope you got the gist of the title i.e. the similarity between repentance and change. When America's first black dictator made the campaign promise for “change you can count on,” the voters didn't think he meant a Marxist change agent who was seriously going to instigate the redistribution of wealth by changing the very concept of American law to a plethora of executive orders and a pathway to antichrist totalitarianism. Obama cares? Since 2009 there has been a trance formation of America violating Deut. 17:15. It's a negro world (an Obamanation) brought to you courtesy of the White man's sins. The success of multicultural hegemony has literally put the mutts in charge; they have become the head, and we have become the tail. This major invasive surgery on the body politic has been an exquisite operation. Almost insurmountable in correcting the capsized ship of state; a ship that only leaks from the top. If you think black churches preach repentance, you're dreaming the same dream as M.L. King, which has become the White man's nightmare. If you think catholics are going to repent of their Pope shaking hands with Obama this week (3-27-14), then we'll have to reinvent the meaning of repentance.
But, there is a glimmer of hope. And I mean more than just a cliché of the darkest hour just before the dawn. “The peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus” Phil. 4:7. Our predicament in life depends on our perspective. Is the glass half full or half empty? If you don't understand how something can rise from the lowest ebb of despair to the highest pinnacle of optimism permeating reality, then you need to change.
A patient is in a hospital bed coming out of a coma from a head injury; as his vision begins to focus, seeing doctors and nurses he says, “Who am I?” As soon as I decided on this sermon title, I read a description of a movie in the TV guide that said, “An amnesiac struggles to remember who he is while getting experimental therapy at a facility for the terminally ill.” This is a fascinating question, because there are so many answers. One could say their name, their religious affiliation, their nation of birth etc. We very rarely bump into other Identity Christians, but it happened to me once when I walked into a little T-shirt shop and the proprietor asked me, “Do you know who you are?” And I said without hesitation, “I’m an Israelite” and he just about fell off his chair. Nobody identifies themselves racially these days, because it’s not politically correct. In fact, to announce yourself as a Christian Israelite, hardly anybody would know what you’re talking about. And if you don’t eat pork, surely you’re some sort of converted jew. Oh, if our people only knew who we really are. Our race has sustained a traumatic head injury and collectively we suffer from spiritual amnesia. Thousands of denominations experiment on your mortal soul; their dead churches even plaster the words ‘life’ and ‘living’ on the front edifice. But, it is our faith that restores the focus to clearly remember who we are while we’re alive. We are “the children of God” who hath been quickened, becoming the mature “sons of God” and “heirs of the promise.”