Deuteronomy Part 7


Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 28, 2018

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 4:39-40

39) “Know therefore this day, and consider it in thine heart, that the LORD He in God is heaven above, and upon the earth beneath: there is none else.

40) Thou shalt keep therefore His statutes, and His commandments, which I command thee this day, that it may go well with thee, and with thy children after thee, and that thou mayest prolong thy days upon the earth, which the LORD thy God giveth thee, forever.”

This past week there was a variety of things to discuss. The first one, I was going to completely ignore, but after looking at it, I realized that it was very important. As a result of the research here is what I found:

The second Women’s March in Cincinnati sponsored by United We Stand.

On the one-year anniversary of Donald J. Trump's presidency, thousands of people marched Saturday (January 20, 2018) in the streets of Cincinnati to denounce his views and his administration. The marchers gathered at noon outside the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center for the second Cincinnati Women’s March, organized by United We Stand.

Participants walked along to the beat of songs like Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” while chants such as, “We need a leader, not a creepy tweeter!” filled the air. Shouted refrains included “Love, not hate, makes America great!” and “Love, not fear, everybody’s welcome here!”

Thousands participate in the Cincinnati Women's March Saturday, January 20, 2018.

Protesst Marcher Signs raised high into the sky displayed messages such as “Our Rights Are Not Up For Grabs,” “I Will Not Go Quietly Back to 1950” and “My Outrage Cannot Fit On This Sign.” A little girl poses for a portrait with her sign at the Cincinnati Women’s March Saturday, January 20, 2018 in downtown Cincinnati.  Donna Boutilier of Symmes Township and Molly Fitzmauricle of Loveland both had traveled to the Women’s March in Washington D.C. last year. “I have three daughters. I march for them and a better world,” Boutilier said. “Here we are again, fighting for our daughters, our rights, but more so our daughter’s rights as women.”

[Does she think that murdering her child in her womb is the right of her daughters? Does she think that to become an abomination to the LORD God of the Bible, i.e., to become a lesbian, is her daughters’ right? Does she think that it is her daughters’ right to become a feminist? Does she think that it is her daughters’ right to marry anyone of any race? Does she think it is her daughters’ right to produce grandchildren for her who are mongrels?]

Who is responsible for Europe’s multiculturalism?

The jews are behind what is going on in the White nations of the world. Multiculturalism, with the goal of abolishing the white race, is one of the Pharisee’s chief goals. Is “the white race the cancer of human history”? And Barbara Spectre, as well as the cover of National Geographic, tells us of what the jews are doing in Europe, particularly in Sweden.

Barbara Spectre:  Jews are going to be at the center of the multicultural transformation of Europe. "Europe will not survive."Susan Sontag, Jewish activist:  "The White race is the cancer of human history."Noel Ignatiev:  The goal of abolishing the White race is desirable.

Democrats wanted to pass legislation to provide a path forward to citizenship for an estimated 700,000 DACA recipients, while Trump wanted Republicans to put language into the deal to help fund his border wall.

Back to the women's march ... thousands participated in the Cincinnati Women's March Saturday, January 20, 2018. Those in attendance stepped off from the Freedom Center just after 1:30 p.m. Saturday, the march taking them north on Race Street and back to the Freedom Center via Vine Street.

Ginny Southgate of Covington didn’t attend last year’s march but said she wanted to protest the Trump administration’s views towards women and minorities. 

“I don't care about the Democratic agenda, I really don’t,” Southgate said. “I’m much more interested in making sure that the people’s voices are heard. Men, women, gay, straight, I don't care. Equal protection under the law is not happening, and I hope that we move in that protection.”

Outside the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center before the Cincinnati Women's March in downtown Cincinnati Saturday, January 20, 2018.[If God says that it is an abomination to Him to have homosexuals prancing around in His kingdom, what should we say? Should we “not care.” Do gays, lesbians, and transvestites have equal protection under God’s Law?  Notice the flag being raised by 3 protest marchers at the women's march:

Leviticus 18:22-24:

22) “Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.

23) Neither shalt thou lie with any beast to defile thyself therewith; neither shall any stand before a beast to lie down thereto: it is confusion.

24) Defile not ye yourselves in any of these things; for in all these the nations are defiled, which I cast out before you.”]

[Are we, the White nations, practicing what the Amorites were doing when the Hebrews were led out of Egypt in the exodus? Are we defiling ourselves like all the nations that God cast out were defiled? Were the Amorites committing sodomy, murdering infants, practicing interracial marriages, bowing down to idols, etc.? Will this, as the Women Marchers advocate, be a “better world” if they get their way?]

Marchers were joined by performers including:

  • Rhythm Dancers

  • Dance Flash Fusion

  • MUSE

  • The Cincinnati Women’s Choir

  • BLVCK SEEDS’ Aziz Love

  • Siri Amani

At the stage, keynote speakers Sandy Theis, Executive Director of Progress Ohio, and grassroots advocate Portia Boulger energized the vast crowd. Representatives from Women Helping Women, Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati and former Cincinnati City Council candidates Lesley Jones and Michelle Dillingham also spoke.

[I must say a few more words about this Women’s March. It is sponsored by United We Stand. What is the United We Stand organization and what do they believe?

United We StandSo, to find out, I googled it and read their website. United We Stand in Cincinnati is committed to the National Women’s March on Washington (NWMW) Agenda, as an officially recognized sister organization to the NWMW, we will continue to participate in their strategies and actions.

Their mission and Vision:

1.) Committed to Human Rights For All.

We affirm--Women’s Rights as Human Rights, Reproductive Freedom, Equal Pay for Equal Work, Affordable Housing, Free Public Education, Affordable Childcare, Healthcare and Parental Leave. We support LGBTQ rights, Planned Parenthood, The Equal Rights Amendment and CEDAW convention of the United Nations.

2.) Committed to Grass Roots Organizing.

Our strength is in the number of people we can mobilize for human rights issues, and we want that to be our continued focus, not in building administrative infrastructure.

3.) Committed to Supporting Human Rights Efforts

Spearheaded by Greater Cincinnati Social Justice Organizations, doing excellent work in championing human rights, we support them and do not compete with them. We will attempt to act as a sharing space for information regarding Human Rights advocacy/activism in GC [Greater Cincinnati].

4.) Committed to Supporting the Efforts of Communities of Color and other Minorities.

We want to show up for them and help them in ways they define.

5.) Committed to Being Non‐Partisan, Non‐Party Affiliated.

The mission of Human Rights for All supersedes any one candidate, election cycle or party affiliation. We will support issues, not candidates and politicians.

6.) Committed to Kingian Nonviolence.

We believe the realization of Dr. King’s idea of the “Beloved Community” can be made manifest if we strive for the inclusion of as many groups and individuals as possible, supporting all to achieve full enfranchisement.

That is the mission and vision of the organization that sponsored the Women’s March in Cincinnati. There were women’s marches held in many United States’ cities as well as cities throughout the world.

The people who support United We Stand are in favor of:

  • The murder of children in the womb;

  • The homosexual, gay, lesbian, transvestites, activities, including same-sex marriage;

  • Human rights;

  • Feminism;

  • Minority rights;

  • Love, not hate;

  • Destroying all Biblical knowledge to the covenant people of God.

  • Etc.

They are all for love. They don’t hate anyone or anything. They love someone who rapes their daughter. They love someone who makes love with the same-sex. They love the person who robs their homes. They love someone who willfully murders their family member. No one should hate anyone or anybody. They love someone who has different religious beliefs than they hold (except for White Supremacist). That is their philosophy.

Insignia of the United We Stand Representative Contact InfoNotice the insignia of their Representative Contact Info. The upside-down broken cross; the sign of the antichrist.

In the website, it tells its readers that this symbol is known as the “peace sign.” Throughout the 1960’s and into the present day, this symbol is the Teutonic rune of death. 1950’s peace advocate Gerald Holtom may have been commissioned by communist sympathizer Bertrand Russell to design a symbol to unite leftist peace marchers in 1958. Either Holtom or Russell deemed the Teutonic (Neronic) cross as the appropriate symbol for their cause.

“Throughout the last 2,000 years this symbol has designated hatred of Christians. Nero, who despised Christians, crucified the Apostle Peter on a cross head downward. This hideous event resembled the Teutonic cross and became a popular pagan insignia of the day. Thereafter, this sign became known as the ‘Neronic cross.’”

United We Stand, means UNITED with the women of the colored races, to STAND against the things that the LORD God commanded His people to hate: such as abortion, homosexuality, feminism, integration, idolatry, etc. These are the things that the Amorites were doing that defiled them. God tells us not to defile ourselves. But the jewish/communist’s agitators are trying hard to destroy our nation(s).]

Other events that happened this week:

  • The latest U.S. government shutdown ended when congress passed another continuing resolution extending government funding through February 8th.The federal government shut-down: The Democrats blame the Republicans; the Republicans blame the Democrats. Same ole, same ole. It came to an end on Monday. To be continued in about three weeks.

  • The Democrates thinking about running Ophray Winfrey for president in 2020. I imagine that 95% of the women in the Women’s March in Cincinnati would vote for her. She is such a good candidate. She is a biracial, antichristian, who is a multi-billionaire. It is like Meghan Markle, the American biracial actress, who is the future bride of Prince Harry. The biracial element is sweeping the world.  The latest U.S. government shutdown ended when congress passed another continuing resolution extending government funding through February 8th.

  • The German court convicting a grandma to 14 months in jail for denying the Jewish Holocaust.

Ursula Haverbeck, dubbed the “Nazi Grandma” is yet to go to jail.  Under German law, Holocaust denial constitutes a crime and carries a sentence of up to five years in jail.What! She is 89-years-old and she was first sentenced to eight months in jail in 2016 after she claimed Auschwitz was not a concentration camp in a letter to a mayor of one of the towns in Germany. Then, after she passed out pamphlets entitled “Only the Truth Will Set You Free” during the appeal session, she was given an additional ten months of imprisonment. This made 18 months of jail time, but that was reduced to 14 months.

If she went to jail now, she would be 91-years-old when she gets out of confinement. She and her late husband were members of the Nazi party during the Second World War. The two of them founded a now-banned educational center and she has written for a right-wing magazine where she has argued that the Holocaust never happened. She has been convicted on five other occasions for similar charges of incitement of racial hatred, but she has remained free as her lawyers appealed. Her lawyers plan on taking the case to a top regional court for a final appeal against the jail term.

Ursula Haverbeck, dubbed the “Nazi Grandma” is yet to go to jail. Under German law, Holocaust denial constitutes a crime and carries a sentence of up to five years in jail.

“Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD.” In Germany and other White nations, it is against their laws for anyone to deny the jewish Holocaust. For anyone to do so, they would be put in jail. They claim that would incite racial hatred. That would be racial hatred against whom? And were these the same people who do not want any more hatred shed on them, whether it is correct or not, and the same people who were kicked out the cities, villages, states and countries of most of Europe?

But what is the jail sentence if you:

  1. Deny the resurrection of Jesus the Christ?

  2. Deny that Jesus even existed?

  3. Deny that Jesus was the Son of God and that He is now in hell, boiling in a hot cauldron?

Now tell me—which one is the most important? The three questions about Jesus the Christ or the jewish Holocaust?

Cities of Refuge

Moses instructs his people, on his final day of life, that the LORD is the only God in heaven and in earth and there can be no other. If Moses was the lawyer for the “Nazi Grandma”, he would argue that the three questions, above, (that were about Jesus the Christ), are capital offenses in the White Nations.

For they are related to the first commandment that was given in the Ten Commandments. Hear, O Germany:

Deuteronomy 5:6, 7:

6) “I am the LORD thy God, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt, from the house of bondage.

7) Thou shall have no other gods before me.”

There is only one God and He has given His love and chose our fathers and Jacob’s seed. And this seed is instructed that the most important thing that they can do is to be obedient to keeping God’s holy Laws. For example:

The six cities of refuge in Israel.Deuteronomy 4:41-43:

41) “Then Moses severed three cities on this side Jordan toward the sun rising;

42) That the slayer might flee thither, which should kill his neighbor unawares, and hated him not in times past; and that fleeing unto one of these cities he might live:

43) Namely, Bezir in the wilderness, in the plain country, of the Reubenites; and Ramoth in Gilead, of the Gadites, and Golan in Bashan, of the Manassites.”

The three cities of refuge were not for any purposeful murder. It was for an accidental homicide.

What if a person committed a willful homicide and fled to the city of refuge. Was he safe?

Deuteronomy 19:11-13:

11) “But if any man hate his neighbor, and lie in wait for him, and rise up against him, and smite him mortally that he die, and fleeth into one of these cities,

12) Then the elders of his city shall send and fetch him thence, and deliver him into the hand of the avenger of blood, that he may die.

13) Thine eye shall not pity him, but thou shalt put away the guilt of innocent blood from Israel, that it may go well with thee.”

The person who committed the act of murder, on purpose, was to be killed. The city of refuge was not his refuge. The elders of his city shall fetch him and deliver him into the hand of the avenger of blood and the friend of the murder victim shall execute him.

There was to be shown no pity for him. It didn’t matter whose son that he was; whether he was the offspring of a rich man, or a priest, or a poor man or a baker--he was to be executed. No bribes. No favors. No pity. No mercy.

And the book of Joshua gives us some more information:

Joshua 20:1-9:

1) “The LORD also spake unto Joshua, saying,

2) Speak to the children of Israel, saying, Appoint out for your cities of refuge, whereof I spake unto you by the hand of Moses:

3) That the slayer that killeth any person unawares and unwittingly may flee thither: and they shall be your refuge from the avenger of blood.

4) And when he that doth flee unto one of those cities shall stand at the entering of the gate of the city, and shall declare his cause in the ears of the elders of that city, they shall take him into the city unto them, and give him a place that he may dwell among them.

5) And if the avenger of blood pursued after him, then they shall not deliver the slayer up into his hand; because he smote his neighbor unwittingly, and hated him not before time.

6) And he shall dwell in that city, until he stand before the congregation for judgment, and until the death of the high priest that shall be in those days: then shall the slayer return, and come unto his own city, and unto his own house, and the city from when he fled.

7) And they appointed Kedesh in Galilee to mount Naphtali, and Shechem in mount Ephraim, and Kirjatharba, which is Hebron, in the mountain of Judah.

8) And on the other side Jordan by Hericho eastward, they assigned Bezer in the wilderness upon the plain out of the tribe of Reuben, and Ramoth in Gilead out of the tribe of Gad, and Golan in Bashan out of the tribe of Manasseh.

9) These were the cities appointed for all the children of Israel, and for the stranger that sojourneth among them, that whosoever killeth any person at unawares might flee thither, and not die by the hand of the avenger of blood, until he stood before the congregation.”

If a person was innocent of willful murder, he was supposed to go to any one of the six cities of refuge. He would then explain his situation to the elders of the city. If they approved of his innocence he was to dwell in that city until the high priest died.

If the avenger of blood showed up at the refuge city, he was kept away from the slayer. But the slayer had to go in front of the congregation. If the congregation found him innocent, then he had to remain in that city of refuge until after the death of the high priest. After that he could go home and resume his former life. If he left the city of refuge any time before this time of the death of the high priest, the avenger of blood could kill him and he would be free of any punishment.

Numbers 35 gives more details on this issue. It tells us of the six cities, three on each side of the Jordan, for refuge for any person who kills a person accidently. These six cities shall be cities of refuge from the avenger, that the manslayer die not, until he first stands before the congregation in judgment. These shall be for Israelites, for (racial) strangers, and for all sojourners among them, that any man who kills another accidently may flee for protection.

If a man slays another by an instrument of iron, or by throwing a stone, or by weapon of wood, then he is a murderer. He shall surely be put to death.

But if a man kills another accidently, without hatred or malice, and without lying in wait for him, regardless of how the accident occurred, then the congregation shall judge between the slayer and the revenger of blood in justice. The congregation shall deliver him out of the hand of the revenger of blood, and restore him to the city of his refuge where he has fled. The man shall stay in the city of refuge until the death of the high priest. But if the avenger of blood at any time shall find the slayer outside the city of refuge and it suburbs, he may slay him, because the slayer should have remained in the refuge city until the death of the high priest. After the death of this official, the slayer shall return to his home and the land of his possession.

What does United We Stand say about all these laws that God gave to His covenant people? What if a person is involved in an accidental two-car crash that kills the innocent person driving in the other car. In God’s Law the person can only live if he flees to a refuge city and stays there until there is a death of a high priest. If he leaves, for any reason, the avenger of blood can kill him with no penalty. But if the person kills another willingly, he is put to death by the avenger. There is no prison time of any length. They would only be in prison until the trial. It would make no difference if the person was wealthy or poor, they would be no amount of money that could bribe the judge(s).

In fact, is the prison system the right way to punish criminals? In Kentucky, we have 24,600 offenders in prison at a cost of $570,000,000 a year. The prison population is expected to grow by another 4,400 beds over the next decade, adding an extra $500,000,000 in corrections cost.

Larry Nasser, this past week, was sentenced to 60 years in prison on child pornography charges and 40 to 175 years for molesting three girls, and is awaiting sentencing next week on three counts of criminal sexual conduct. What is he going to get? What if he is sentenced to 300 years of jail time. If that love? Or is it hate?

God’s law doesn’t put anyone in a prison sentence. If he steals, he must pay restitution. Twice the amount that he stole. This way the victim gets some benefit out of the tragedy. And the society does not have to pay for the prisoner’s upkeep while in jail.

What if he doesn’t have the money to pay twice the amount that he stole? He becomes the slave of the person that he robbed until he works off the amount that he owes him. What if he doesn’t want to be his slave? He is executed by the authorities.

Now, which system of laws is better? Which one is based on love and which one is based on hate?

To be continued.

Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.