We’ve covered quite a bit of territory concerning the writing of Scripture from men who were inspired by God to convey the Lord’s unadulterated thoughts as to which way we should go in this life. It’s been referred to as an owner’s manual, which is appropriate for ‘heirs of the promise.’ The will of God is bequeathed to certain beneficiaries, but they must follow the instructions of the will in order to inherit the Kingdom of God. I have a bookshelf and a corner of it occupies a stack of owner manuals. If I were to confuse my chainsaw manual for my horizontal freezer manual, it might be a cold day in hell before I ever find the pull chord, between the frozen chicken thighs and lamb chops. Well, isn’t that just silly?
One of the last things that we are warned about in the Bible is Rev. 22:18-19, “I testify to everyone who hears the prophetic words of this book: If anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues that are written in this book. And if anyone takes away from the words of this prophetic book, God will take away his share of the tree of life and the holy city, written in this book.” If God hadn’t anticipated that our owner’s manual would be convoluted with the uninspired thoughts of other gods and mortals, this passage wouldn’t have been necessary. The wicked have changed the will of God to include other beneficiaries. And the true heirs have been obscured from knowing that the owner’s manual pertains to them exclusively.
A friend of mine recently said, “Politics is completely corrupt and will not save us” and I would agree and add that it would not have been possible for the political morass to reach such depths of depravity unless first the religious leaders of the land polluted the very Word of God and the people loved to have it so (Isaiah 5:31). The prophet Jeremiah leveled stinging reproofs at his contemporaries and aptly applies to the modern pulpit as well, which will not save us. It’s a serious thing to mess with the inspired word of God, as the Word itself warns, “Is not My word like as a fire? Saith the Lord; and like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces? Therefore, behold, I am against the prophets, saith the Lord, that steal My words everyone from his neighbor” Jer. 23:29-30. God inspired Jeremiah to write to His people because, “They have forsaken My law… and have not obeyed My voice…But have walked after the imagination of their own hearts… I will scatter them among the heathen… I will send a sword after them” Jer. 9:13-16. Should we think that history will not repeat itself? Today, the heathen are scattered among us and their weapons are directed at Whitey.
‘Answers in Genesis’ and its master debater and carni rat entrepreneur Ken Ham, have forsaken the Law of God and prophesy a Noah’s Ark theme park right here in northern Kentucky. If we are to believe Jeremiah, these local Hamites will build a multi-million dollar extravaganza to the carnival glory of evolutionary mongrelization, which you will never find in the Bible; and they will wallow in the pig sty of multicultural diversity with a knife in their throat. They are not Creationists, they are destructionists of the worst sort who steal God’s words for their own self aggrandizement. Christian Identity has a book that they must not have read, that clearly reveals serious consequences will befall those who forsake the Laws of God and promote their own evolutionary theories of race and race mixing contrary to the Word, given by inspiration of God.
Conversely, beautiful blessings come to those who prove and believe that the Bible is God’s inspired word and obey it. King David wrote: "Blessed are [they]… Whowalk in the law of the Lord… Your commandments make me wiser than my enemies… Yourword is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path… Great peace have those who love Your law, and nothing causes them to stumble… All Your commandments are truth… The entirety of Your wordis truth" Psalms 119:98, 105, 151, 160, 165. “I have made all these things; that is why all these things have come into being, declares the Lord; but to this man will I look, even to him that is poor and of a contrite spirit, and trembles at My word” Isaiah 66:2. When you weigh things in the balance between the inspired word of God and its armchair theologians, you are left with a clear choice, if you are intellectually honest with yourself.
Christians, like the Psalmist David, want to know more about God in Christ the Messiah, to know more about the teachings of the Word, and the duties of our faith. When we understand that we are the true Israel, we also realize what our newfound responsibilities are. David had a foreboding sense that he and his prayers were not worthy before such a benevolent God who bequeathed so much promise. Likewise, we are heirs of the promise and yet every waking moment is not dedicated to the praise of God. We should make the Word of God our rule in everyday conversation, rather than the exception. We should look up to God as a lump of clay to be shaped in perfect form by the Potter; to help this honorable vessel glorify Him. When we glory in the Lord, we are spreading His reputation. It was by His design that His repute would be through His people; even the enemies of His people would stand in awe of such a fearsome and jealous God. And it was all because we have His Word; an owner’s manual, if you will, for having communion with Him, not just for today, but for eternity.
The Bible is different than every book that has ever been written because it is through the auspices of Almighty God. Think about that for a moment. Most religions of the world have their own so called holy book, but our Holy Bible is the only one that claims to be the actual words of God. More than 3000 times we read “thus saith the Lord” or “God said,” followed by a direct quotation. No one knows exactly how many books have been published throughout history, but according to Google’s advanced algorithms, the answer is close to 130 million books. And there is only one book that can qualify as being inspired or more succinctly, the Word of God. In Christianity we hear the word ‘inspiration’ all the time coupled with the word ‘infallible.’ This prompts the inquiry: why would the “Author of our Faith” (Heb. 12:2) use fallible men to write Scripture? Well, think about it; we don’t have any of the original documents or autographs from which copies were made and survived as our only resource.
One of the Bible's most outstanding proclamations is that it plainly claims to be the inspired word of Almighty God. This is what Paul, a highly educated Israelite proclaimed, "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God" (II Tim. 3:16). Peter wrote that the content of Scripture "never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit" (II Peter 1:21). To early church leaders, inspiration was not an ecstatic overpowering of the writer's consciousness, as described in the occult as “automatic handwriting,” but rather a high degree of elucidation and divine awareness of God's revelation. Scripture indicates, and the early church recognized, that God inspired the biblical writers to use their own minds and their own styles to write what God wanted them to write. Likewise, we are all unique in the eyes of God, not just robotic disciples.
A general review of what makes the Bible inspired.
Part 1: A look at the mystery and miracle of God processing His thoughts and ways through the Holy Spirit to 40 chosen White men; granting them the unique insight to convey the Lord's revelation to the rest of our race.
Part 2: Going further into the racial aspects of canonical Scriptures, which has been historically interrupted by the apocryphal writings, the Gnostic gospels and secular science.
Part 3: In this presentation, the Word of God is proven to be amazingly accurate through prophecy and validating factual persons, places and things through archaeology.
Part 4: Concludes with an important history of the Septuagint and the Masoretic text; helpful recommendations for biblical interpretation.
When Jesus began His ministry, at the age of 30, after 40 days of fasting, He returned “to Galilee in the power of the Spirit, and news about Him spread throughout the whole surrounding region. And He began teaching in their assembly halls and was praised by all” Luke 4:14-16. His popularity was spreading like wildfire, because they were excited about somebody fasting that long; surely there would be a significant revelation. He went to His home town of Nazareth, which was similar to today’s White Nationalists (who give lip service to the Creator of our race, but do not serve Him), and had the expectation of a warlike Messiah delivering them from Rome. Some of the locals remembered the birth of Christ as something scandalous; as Mary claimed to have been miraculously impregnated by the Holy Spirit.
On one of these occasions where Jesus spoke to the assembled, we read the account in Luke 4 where He stood up to read from Isaiah 61:1-2, “The Spirit of the Lord is on Me, because He has anointed Me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent Me to proclaim freedom to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set free the oppressed, To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord. He then rolled up the scroll, gave it back to the attendant, and sat down. And the eyes of everyone in the assembly were fixed on Him” Luke 4:16-20. A miracle, to give sight to the blind, is it not? Or hearing to the deaf? But that’s not what they wanted to hear. Although the clause “He hath sent Me to heal the brokenhearted” in Isaiah 61:1 is inspired, all of the Greek texts omit this passage in Luke (even though the KJV has added it).
Christ was reading about Himself; He not only came to heal the blind, but to open the eyes of those who were spiritually blind as well. God told Moses, “Who has made man’s mouth? Who makes him mute, or deaf, or seeing, or blind? Is it not I, the Lord” Ex. 4:11. Israel has always had this blind side.
From the KJV we read about “strong delusion” and that was my original title for this message. However, upon reviewing other translations, instead of the word ‘delusion’ was the word ‘error.’ The Ferrar Fenton read “the energy of error”; the Christogenea NT read, “an operation of error” and still others said, “a working of error,” “a deluding influence,” and “a misleading influence.” I wondered how could there be such a disparity of terms and what are these verses really talking about. It obviously has something to do with the contest between truth and lies. Common sense here tells us that the best safeguard against error or more poignantly the delusion (the mental condition in which you believe something that is not true) is “the love of the truth.”
Christianity today is plagued with tens of thousands of denominations, because Christians have lost the meaning of biblical adoption and have adapted to other religions of the world. Apostasy means a ‘falling away’ and abandoning previously held beliefs. Nothing could be more reinventing than the hyphenated “judeo-Christianity” and cause for another writ of divorcement from God. At one time, blacks and other dark people knew their place in White society; and White Christian Americans understood their place in God’s scheme of things; His law and order for a civilized society. They were the ‘heirs of the promise’ with a divine destiny.
I have used the phrase ‘God’s plan for the ages’ many times, but have not expounded upon it before. So I thought today would be the perfect time to talk about it. If we have a perfect God, then He must have a perfect plan. Thus far, we have learned what it means for the White race to “Be ye perfect,” to be ‘White Supremacists’ and to believe in the perfect incarnation of God in Jesus Christ. From today’s reading in Romans 8, we can surmise that there is a perfect orchestration of events as they unfold throughout history and our own lives, that give us a glimpse of Paradise, where God’s Kingdom was a done deal for the first man or Adam, which 6,000 years ago (more or less) did not include other races (they have never qualified as Adam-man). So Paradise was basically an all-White society by Intelligent Design and it was not without a purpose. Although since that time, it has been obscured and driven in all the wrong directions away from God’s intent. That’s because Adam-man has not always loved God with all his heart or responded to a divine calling. God is perfect by way of His promises, none of which have ever been broken. Prophecy is another element to convince His people that He is the only entity in the universe that can perfectly predict the future.
I’ve never picked an interpolation, a spurious addition to the biblical text, for the Scripture reading before, but a combination of things warrants a review of what should have been learned in church kindergartens when we learned to count with our fingers. We have had some dynamic guest speakers in the last few weeks. Dr. Blanchard said that America, for all intents and purposes, is dissolved and we can thank the apostate church prostituting itself for the almighty state. And then, Pastor Brian Jones gave us a sermon about ‘Taking the Lord’s Name in Vain,’ which was much more than just cussing. That Sunday, we sang the old hymnal ‘Holy, Holy, Holy’ containing the 3 in 1 gods of the iconic dogma of the Trinity with the lyrics “God in three persons, blessed Trinity.” It’s ironic that another stanza says, “there is none beside Thee [in reference to Isaiah 45:6], Perfect in power.” This song has always bothered me, because it’s based on the catholic lie and manmade invention of the Trinity, a word and concept that is not to be found anywhere in the Bible.
Once again the Holy Spirit has brought someone else’s commentary to bear fruit on our understanding of perfection with Paul’s description of the armor of God and specifically verse 19 with the phrase “the mystery of the gospel.’ The brother said this, “Paul was explaining how the scriptures in his day had been manipulated to hide the one fundamental principle of the message from God's word. Paul flatly said he was chosen to reveal this mystery to the nations of Adam. Almost nobody in the Identity movements know, or can say whaft this mystery is, because it was sealed up again until the latter time: Paul tells us this mystery is so important, it is the ONE thing a believer must learn and believe in order to a) be "established in the faith," b) be "made complete in Christ."
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?