Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 5


Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

May 21, 2023

Scripture Reading: Luke 13:6-9

6) “He spake also this parable, A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and he came and sought fruit thereon, and found none.

7) Then said he unto the dresser of his vineyard.  Behold, these three years I come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and find none:  cut it down; why cumbereth it the ground?

8) And he answering said unto him, Lord, let it alone this year also, till I shall dig about it, and dung it:

9) And if it bearfruit, well:  and if not, then after that thou shalt cut it down.”

Christianity is not a religion with no disagreements.  It is full of them.  Here are some examples. 

There are churches that teach that:

  • The earth is flat,
  • The universe is only 6,000 years old,
  • There were no giants on the earth; Goliath was only seven or eight feet tall,
  • There were dinosaurs on the earth, but there are churches that don’t know exactly when they were on the earth,
  • Noah’s flood was world-wide; the earth’s population was reduced to eight people 4500 years ago,
  • The entire population of the world lived in the land of Shinar and spoke only one language about 4300 years ago,
  • All creatures of the earth are created equal,

As well as churches that:

  • Have sodomites, individuals that God classifies as being an abomination to Him, as their leaders,
  • Have women, who fail to meet the qualification of having only one wife, who are their pastors,
  • Preach an Arminian doctrine where people chose God for salvation or preach a Calvinistic doctrine, where God chooses people for salvation; both are universal,
  • Preach a premillennial or a mid-millennial or a postmillennial doctrine,
  • Instruct its congregations that the people of God of the Old Testament were the Jews and the people of God in the New Testament are the churches, whose members have a few Jews and the rest Gentiles (non-Jews),
  • Celebrate transubstantiation [eat flesh (cannibalism)and drink blood(vampires)] each time they meet,
  • Have classes of authority, i.e. Cardinals, Popes, Bishops, Monsignors, etc.,
  • Ignore the diet that the LORD gave to His people; for example, they wrongly say that the pig was cleansed in the sacrifice of our Savior,
  • Have individuals that are not of the Abrahamic covenant as their leaders and members of their congregations,
  • Practice usury on any loans or bonds to their brothers,
  • Have Israel and Jews (Ashkenazi, Sephardic, Hassidic, Mizrahim, Ethiopian, orthodox, reformed, conservative, etc.) as synonyms of each other,
  • Have “Gentile” to mean all non-Jews,
  • Have Jews to be remarried during the future millennium to God the Father,
  • Have Gentiles in the church to be married to Jesus during the future Tribulation Period,
  • Have descendants of the Kenites, Canaanites, Edomites and the House of Israel no longer in existence,
  • Have Jews descended from the kingdom of Judah,
  • Have in the future many Jews who are converted,
  • Have speaking in tongues with no interpretation as being common,
  • Have rock &roll hymns habitual in many services,
  • Etc.

When Jesus was in His ministry, He met:

  • Judeans who were pure descendants of the tribes of Judah, Levi and Benjamin,
  • Some Judeans who had married a person from another race, and a host of Judeans who were not of either of these three tribes.  They were Idumeans or descendants of Esau.

Many times, when He spoke, there were these two different groups of individuals. Jesus spoke many parables when both groups were present.  That is why He spoke in parables. It was not for all the groups to understand what He said in the parable.  The truth of the parable was only for the pure-blooded descendants of the tribes of Judah, Benjamin and Levi to understand. This was a very small remnant. Jesus didn’t want His enemies and the enemies of His people to have a complete and full understanding of what He was saying.

After He sent the multitude away, He called for His disciples (pure-blooded) to come to the house and He explained the parables to them.  The disciples would later teach the pure-blooded Israelites the truth of what He was teaching.  So, why would the never-changing God change to permit the Judeo-church to have a mixed-racial crowd to hear what Jesus had said?

One such parable was the parable of the fig tree.  It was a parable about a fig tree that bore no fruit; only leaves. 

  • Who did the fig tree represent?
  • Who was the owner of the vineyard? 
  • What did the vineyard represent? 
  • Who was the dresser of the Vineyard?

Luke 13:6-9:

6) “He spake also this parable, A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and he came and sought fruit thereon, and found none.

7) Then said he unto the dresser of his vineyard.  Behold, these three years I come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and find none:  cut it down; why cumbereth it the ground?

8) And he answering said unto him, Lord, let it alone this year also, till I shall dig about it, and dung it:

9)  And if it bearfruit, well:  and if not, then after that thou shalt cut it down.”

What do the dispensationalists teach about this parable?        Let’s examine a typical dispensational teaching on these verses given by Salvationcall.com.

Luke 13:6-9:

“This parable is designed to enforce the foregoing admonition. It seems primarily to be applicable to the Jewish people, blessed with peculiar advantages, but disappointing God’s expectations; yet spared a little longer at the Redeemer’s intercession, till having tried them another space, and used in vain the most powerful means for their conversion in the mission of his apostles, at last he devotes them to utter ruin for their unbelief and impenitence, cutting them down as a barren tree, and casting them into the fire. But whatever reference the parable hath to them, it is of more extensive use, as containing a warning to all who enjoy the means of grace; and who, if they are not converted by them, will fall under heavier wrath and condemnation.”

[He implied that the fig tree represented the Jews.  For he said that they were given “peculiar advantages”, yet they failed to meet His expectations.  Since they failed to be converted, they were destined to be cut down and thrown into the fire or hell.  But the author implies that this also is a warning to those in the dispensation of grace that these, if they fail to be converted, will fall under a heavier wrath.]

The owner justly expected to find fruit on this tree, as the Lord doth from all who have a place in his church, of whom he requires the fruits of grace and holiness, as well as the leaves of profession.”

[What church is this?  Is it western Catholic, Greek Catholic, Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Amish, Anglican, Episcopal, etc.?  Are the Fellowship of God’s Covenant People one of these churches who the author includes in the word “church”?  And why is this parable talking about the church when the church hadn’t even started yet and none of the listeners were in a church?]

“Great was the disappointment: he found none, and therefore complains to the vine-dresser how long he had waited, and how useless was this tree which impoverished the ground, and occupied the room of one that might be profitable. With much more reason may the Lord complain of many professors, who bring him no honour, and continue barren and unfruitful? He comes from year to year, for three, for thirty, yea, sometimes for threescore years together: so wonderful is his patience and forbearance, and finds them still cumberers of the ground, whose ill example is more extensively pernicious the longer they are permitted to stand.”

[Here there is disagreement on the number of years that were spent working with the fig tree.  For the verse says that He had come three years…it doesn’t mean that he came one year or sixty years.  The vinedresser requested one more year and then if no conversions, the tree would be destroyed.]

 “He dooms it to fall, cut it down; since the tree bore no fruit, it was only fit for the flames. Such is the awful sentence of God against the impenitent sinner; cut him down, and death is ready to lift the axe, and cast body and soul into the fire of hell. How awful, how alarming the thought!”

[So, the fig tree with only leaves is not a particular nation or people, but all impenitent sinners.  And their destiny is hell fire.]

 “The vinedresser begs another year; if it be spared, he will take fresh pains it may yet bear, and then all will be well; but if not, he consents to leave the tree to its just doom. Christ is this vinedresser; at his intercession are sinners spared, and every minister under him fails not in like manner to be an advocate for those among whom he labours….”

[The author implies that one more year means that God has mercy on everyone in the world who is a sinner.  But those who continue in the obstinate impenitence, will be left to the wrath of God].

This website article had this Summary:

  • Fig tree: Jews, also a type of the impenitent sinner in or out of the churches/cast into hell
  • Vineyard:  The Church
  • Owner of the Vineyard:  The LORD
  • Vine dresser:  Jesus Christ

Or, is it what John Gill, another dispensationalist, explained:

  • Fig tree: Scribes and Pharisees; People of   the Jews
  • Vineyard:   Jewish nation and later the   Church
  • Owner of the Vineyard:  LORD God or Jesus, His Son

4) Vine dresser:  None mentioned

Or is it what Gotquestion.org says:

  • Fig tree: Nation of Israel and the individual
  • Vineyard:  Not identified
  • Vineyard Owner:  God
  • Vine dresser:  Jesus the Christ

Or, other dispensationalists with different interpretations?


Luke 13:6-9:

6) “He spake also this parable, (1) A certain man had a (2) fig tree planted in his(3) vineyard; and he came and sought fruit thereon, and found none.

7) Then said he unto the (4) dresser of his vineyard.  Behold, these three years I come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and find none:  cut it down; why cumbereth it the ground?

8) And he answering said unto him, Lord, let it alone this year also, till I shall dig about it, and dung it:

9)  And if it bear fruit, well:  and if not, then after that thou shalt cut it down.”

What does this parable teach?  This is the reason that He spoke in parables—so the multitudes would not be converted.  He later told the meaning of the parables to His disciples. 

The parable of the fig tree emphasized that the evil seed line was present in large percentages while Jesus was speaking to the multitudes.  The time covered by it begins with His three years of ministry.Jesus made no converts from among the Jews, only from the few pure-blooded Israelites of the tribes of Benjamin, Levi and Judahwho lived among their enemies in Judea but more from the vicinity of Galilee.

How many pure-blooded descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob were living in Judea during the ministry of Jesus the Christ?  Jesus Himself didn’t even live there—the Edomite Judeans had been trying to assassinate Him since He was newly born.  Jesus went with His parents to live in Galilee, after a short stay in Egypt, which was the northern most part of ancient Israel.  It was where most of the pure-blooded Benjaminite’s lived.  

Map of Judea, Samaria and Galilee with Idumea on the bottom.

It is a historical fact that 99.5% of the pure-blooded Israelites, including the Judahites, who had been deported to Syria, Assyria (722 B.C.) and Babylon (586 B.C.) never returned to the land of Israel but after several centuries appeared mainly in Europe.  This means that only 0.5% of the Israelites were living in Judea at the time of Jesus’ life.  That is one out of every 200 Israelites were living in Palestine at the time of Jesus’ death and resurrection. 

Yet, the blind pastors of today, leading the blind members of their congregations, teach that God’s very enemies, the vile, perverse, wicked, hideous Canaanites to be the LORD God’s people.  Truly, they ignore the Prophet Hosea declaration: “My people are destroyed because they lack knowledge…” (Hosea 4:6a).  The knowledge of who their enemy is.

Less than 50,000, a tiny remnant of the House of Judah (out of 3,000,000) returned to find a land filled with alien peoples [one out of 60].  And many of these intermarried with the aliens and caused much turmoil in Israel (Ezra and Nehemiah).

The three paragraphs above (beginning after the map) are taken from a book that was written by a man who was born in America (Wisconsin) but became a British naval officer and soldier in World War I.  He later became involved with the British Secret Service in which he studied war and arrived at the conclusion that the Bolshevik-Jewish-influence was attempting to corrupt Germany and England racially through sexual libertarianism.   This American-Britisher wrote that the Jews were friendly toward homosexuality and claimed that the Jews had infiltrated British nobility and planned to control the British Empire.   The name of this author was Harold Sherwood Spencer.

In his book, Democracy or Shylocracy, written in 1919, he gives this quote:

“The Jew and his Bank are to-day the master of all Europe—of Education, of Civilization, of Socialism:  of Socialism above all, by means of which the Jew is going to tear up Christianity by its roots and destroy its Civilization.  And when nothing but Anarchy remains the Jew will put himself at the hand of all.  For while propagating Socialism among all the Nations, the Jews will remain united among themselves; and when all the wealth of Europe is dissipated there will still remain standing the Jew’s Bank”.

The showing of a few quotes from the above book is to just prove that the Jew has been known throughout its history, but not now, as a people that have an evil, genetic hatred against Christianity and its God and people and that their goal is to rule the world.  Spencer says in his preface, that:

“There is one enemy power against which our Government [Britain] has never declared war, and that is the power wielded by the international financiers under the suzerainty of the Shylock of Frankfort.  We declare to the world that we are a Democratic Empire, fighting to make the world safe for Democracy.  In truth, Britain is not a Democracy at all, but a Shylock-racy, and the dancing puppets of Westminster [English monarchs], who move and talk as King Shylock pulls their strings, are merely political marionettes.”

Practically all Bible students agree that the fig tree is the symbol of the same people who are the Shylocks of today, the Jews; not the symbol of anyone else.  It is the same Jews, with their same antagonistic attitude against everything that our Savior did; that is the problem that is faced by the world. The fig tree was not the symbol of the pure-blooded Israelites or the kingdom of God or any African kingdom or Oriental kingdom or any other people of the earth, except the Jews of the land of Judea.


Was it the Idumeans, or Jews who were the usurpers of His kingdom?  Jesus not only did not make any converts from among these enemies, but they attempted to murder Him seven times in the Scriptures and they were only successful at Passover.  And they would have failed that time too, except Jesus laid down His life…they were unable to murder Him.

Jesus said to the Edomite/Idumean Jews:

John 10:26: “But ye [evil, wicked seed line] believe not, because ye [evil, wicked seed line] are not of My sheep, as I said unto you[evil, wicked seed line].”

These people were NOT His sheep.  They never believed because they were NOT His sheep.  If they are NOT His sheep, He was not their shepherd.  They were an entirely different animal that was an enemy to sheep. 

If the modern-day Jew goes to church today, like the Messianic Jew, they will still not believe the true gospel.  They will never be converted.  It is impossible.  They have a different father than the sheep.  If they will never be converted; will they ever produce any fruit?  Will they always be barren?   Will they always be liars?  Will they always act like their father? The meaning of this parable is that the fig tree, representing the Jews, have and will never be converted; not in our past, nor in our lifetime nor in the future.

Messianic Jews go to Christian churches and believe the false gospel that is taught at this institution. The Messianic Jews never believe the “gospel of the kingdom” which Jesus and His disciples taught. For the Jew believes that He is the recipient of the Abrahamic covenant, not anyone else.

But they can believe a universal gospel which leaves out the exclusive recipients of the blessings of the Abraham covenant.  It makes every one of every race (including the Edomite Jew) equal in the eyes of Christ during this dispensation (#6).

But listen to what He says in the next verse to His sheep:

John 10:27: My sheep hear My voice, and I know them[My sheep], and they [My sheep] follow Me.”

His sheep today are the descendants of the patriarchs with whom the covenant blessings apply—the children of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  Will His sheep be able to produce fruit?  Will His sheep be a barren or a fruit producing tree?  Does the shepherd know His sheep?  Will the sheep follow Him?  Will His sheep be able to hear His voice?   The gospel preached to the sheep was the “gospel of the kingdom.”

Acts 26:6, 7:

6) “And now I stand and am judged for the hope of the promise made of God unto OUR fathers [Abraham, Isaac and Jacob],

7) Unto which promise OUR twelve tribes [not three tribes], instantly serving God day and night, hope to come.  For which hope’s sake, king Agrippa, I am accused of the Jews[wicked seed Judeans].

So, there were two basic kinds of people in Judea during the ministry of Jesus the Christ.  There are His sheep (pure-blooded Israelites) and people who are NOT His sheep (mixed-racial seed line).  So, who does the following represent:

Matthew 21:19: “And when He [the LORD Jesus] saw a fig tree in the way, He came to it, and found nothing thereon, but leaves only, and said unto it, Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward for ever.  And presently the fig tree withered away.” 

In the morning, as Jesus and His disciples walked from Bethany back to Jerusalem, they passed a fig tree.  Jesus went to the fig tree looking for figs but found none.  Jesus says that it was the fig tree, being symbolically the Jewish nation, who had usurped their power over the Kingdom of Judah. 

He went to the fig tree looking for fruit, as He was hungry, but found none.  In the same manner, He came to the Jewish nation looking for spiritual fruit, but despite all its outward signs of religion, spiritually it produced no fruit for God. By causing the fig tree to dry up, Jesus illustrated the judgment that would fall on that nation after it finally rejected the Messiah. It proved their deception.  They were NOT His sheep.  The Jews would not produce any fruit forever.

If the Jewish nation would not produce any fruit, who would?  Who could?  Would it be the Chinese?  Or the Mexicans? Or the Incas?  Or the Canaanites?  Who could produce the fruit of God:

  • Love,
  • Joy,
  • Peace,
  • Patience,
  • Kindness,
  • Generosity,
  • Faithfulness,
  • Gentleness,
  • Self-control, as well as keeping all the other commandments of the LORD God?  Such as:
  • No race mixing,
  • No killing of the unborn,
  • No charging interest to their brother,
  • Etc.?


Isaiah 27:6 “He shall cause them that come of Jacob to take root:  Israel shall blossom and bud, and fill the face of the world with fruit.”

The seed of Israel or Jacob would be the one that brings forth the fruits of the Kingdom of God. 

Hosea 14:8: Ephraim [one tribe from the House of Israel] shall say, What have I to do any more with idols?  I have heard Him, and observed Him:  I am like a green fir tree.  From me is Thy fruit found.”

Ephraim is one of the sheep of God, because they heard His voice and his descendants produced fruit. Ephraim’s descendants were to become a multitude of nations.  They were to produce fruit. But the Jews can never and have never produced any fruit. 

Matthew 13:10, 11:

10) “And the disciples came, and said unto Him, Why speakest Thou unto them in parables?

11) He answered and said unto them, Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given.

Jesus’ disciples asked Him the question, “Why do you speak unto them [the Idumeans] in parables?”  He answered because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven, but it is not given to any other race or group.

Who was it given to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven?Israelites or Jews?

Who was it not given to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven? Israelites or Jews?

Matthew 13:12, 13:

12) For whosoever hath, to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance:  but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that he hath.

13) Therefore speak I to them in parables:  because they seeing see not: and hearing theyhear not, neither do they understand.”


Jeremiah 24:1-10:

1)“ The LORD shewed me [Jeremiah], and, behold, two baskets of figs were set before the temple of the LORD, after that Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon had carried away captive Jeconiah the son of Jehoiakim king of Judah, and the princes of Judah, with the carpenters and smiths, from Jerusalem, and had brought them to Babylon.

2) > One basket had very good figs, even like the figs that are first ripe: and the other basket had very naughty figs, which could not be eaten, they were so bad.

3) Then said the LORD unto me, What seest thou, Jeremiah? And I said, Figs; the good figs, very good; and the evil, very evil, that cannot be eaten, they are so evil.”

[Two baskets of figs were before the temple of God during the time of the captivity by Babylon. The House of Israel and most of Judah had already been taken in captivity over a century-and-a-quarter ago.  These two baskets represented those who lived in Jerusalem.  One was a basket of very good figs, the other was rotten figs.  Which groups did they represent?]

4) Again the word of the LORD came unto me, saying, 

5) Thus saith the LORD, the God of Israel; Like these good figs, so will I acknowledge them that are carried away captive of Judah, whom I have sent out of this place into the land of the Chaldeans for their good.

6) For I will set mine eyes upon them for good, and I will bring them again to this land: and I will build them, and not pull them down; and I will plant them, and not pluck them up.

7) And I will give them an heart to know me, that I am the LORD: and they [good figs]shall be my people, and I will be their God: for they shall return unto me with their whole heart.

8) And as the evil figs, which cannot be eaten, they are so evil; surely thus saith the LORD, So will I give Zedekiah the king of Judah, and his princes, and the residue of Jerusalem, that remain in this land, and them that dwell in the land of Egypt:

9) And I will deliver them to be removed into all the kingdoms of the earth for their hurt, to be a reproach and a proverb, a taunt and a curse, in all places whither I shall drive them.

10) And I will send the sword, the famine, and the pestilence, among them, till they be consumed from off the land that I gave unto them and to their fathers.”

Two baskets of figs:  one a basket of good figs; the other a basket of bad figs.  Who did they represent?

Basket of good figsCaptives of the House of Judah who were taken prisoner to the land of Babylon.  God said that He would protect them, and they would be His people and He would be their God.

Basket of evil figsThe King and his princes and the residue of Jerusalem who remained in the land of Judea and who later went to the land of Egypt.  Jeremiah and his secretary and the king’s daughters were the exception for they did not go to Egypt voluntarily. 

These bad figs represented the Kenite-Canaanite-Edomite Judeans who rejected Jesus the Christ, along with any Israelite in Judea who followed them and mixed themselves in intermarriage with them.  Their destiny was doomed.

Many preachers today (John Hagee, for example and the rest of the dispensationalists) want you to think that there can be good figs which came from Jerusalem, although their ancestors were and even, they themselves, are deniers of Christ.  These false preachers, and there are many of them today, believe that the Jews can bear good fruit. They do not believe Christ, because, as John tells us, they cherish the honor of men more than they cherish the honor of God!   The United States government gives to the nation of Israeli over $25,000,000,000 a year.

If Christ tells us that there would never again be any good fruit having come from that fig tree, which represented the evil figs of Jerusalem, which was permanently and irrecoverably withered, how can men esteem otherwise, without being deniers of Christ? John the Baptist knew that the Gospel of the kingdom would separate the Wheat from the Tares.  Therefore, he exclaimed that:

Matthew 3:10: “And now also the axe is laid to the root of the trees:  surely any tree not producing good fruit is cut down and cast into the fire!”

Christ instructed us in Matthew:

Matthew 7:15-20:

15) “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

16) Ye shall know them by their fruits.  Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?

17) Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.

18) A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

19) Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire.

20) Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.”

So, I will ask two simple Bible questions: 

  •   Can the descendants of a corrupt tree produce good or evil fruit? 
  •   Can the descendants of a good tree produce good or evil fruit?

Today’s Jews are followers of the Talmud, which has its roots in Babylon, which says that our Savior and Kinsman Redeemer is now in hell boiling in a pot of evil ingredients. Have you read the Talmud?  If you haven’t, you should.  It will change your mind.  It changed Martin Luther’s.  They deny that Jesus was or is the Son of God.  They deny that He is divine. 

According to the Jews, the future Messiah will be instrumental in returning the Jewish people to their homeland, rebuilding their temple, and reigning as King during a time of great peace. In contrast, the humble Jesus who predicted the temple would be destroyed, who was crucified, and who seemed to cause dissension among Jewish leaders, doesn’t fit their description of the Messiah at all. The staunchest skeptics insist that Jesus was a dangerous, false prophet who committed blasphemy. They say that He is now in hell, being punished for His sins.

Dispensationalists say that the Jews rejected Jesus because they thought that He would come as a Lion and not as a Lamb.  They thought that He would establish His kingdom with the Jews in control.  As a result, they rejected Him, and a new plan was devised by our Savior.  God put the Jews on hold for a dispensation of time.  God started dispensation #6 called Grace. 

God began dealing with the Gentiles (non-Jews) instead of the Jews.  God opened the gates of salvation for every race, i.e. the Gentiles.  He established the church.  This will all end when He secretly raptures the church and then begin the seven-year tribulation period for the Jews.  While this seven-year plan goes on, the church will be in heaven being married to Jesus.

The dispensationalists teach that during the Tribulation period, the Jews will be punished severely and, as a result, many of them will be converted.  After the Tribulation period is over, Jesus returns with the church and meets with the Jews and establishes the millennium with them both.  During this period the Jews will be remarried to God the Father.

But this plan will never come to pass.  One reason it won’t is because there is no such thing as a good Jew.  Why?  Because a rotten tree cannot produce good fruit.  While some Jews seem to act for good, they are really being deceitful.  They are always contrary to the words of Christ and the commandments of God.  Judeo-Christians base their belief on the Jews of the future.  They know that the Jews of the Old Testament rejected Jesus, but they believe most Jews will be converted by the end of the Tribulation Period.  But they deny God’s word that a bad tree cannot produce good fruit. 


The Jews grew from just a few thousand to several million in several decades in the United States.  They now have equal status as citizens.  There are now 6,000,000 Jews in our country (One for each person killed in the Holocaust!).  They can vote, hold office and be a candidate for any job in America.  Most are members of the Democratic Party, but there are many Jews who are influential members of the Republican Party too.  They control both Parties. 

What fruit have they produced while they have been here?  Well, let’s do a fast check and see:

  • Have you noticed how most Republicans call Senator majority leader Schumer and his kind—liars,
  • Have you noticed how they [the Jews] have blackmailed presidents and got one of them off a prostitution charge and in return got a Jew onto the Supreme Court,
  • Have you noticed how the Jews got us into World War I, even after the president had run his campaign of keeping us out of that European War,
  • Have you noticed how the Jews began the War with Germany in 1933 and they said that they would destroy the German people,
  • Have you noticed that it was a Jew that started the Feminist movement?
  • That it was a Jew that sponsored the Civil Rights movement. 
  • That it was a Jew that sponsored the Federal Reserve usury system. 
  • That is was a Jew that sponsored the integration of racialstrangers into America. 
  • That it was a Jew that supported the Teacher’s Union. 
  • That it was a Jew that supported the elimination of the Blue Laws of the Sabbath day in America. 
  • That it was a Jew that permitted pornography being legal on the newsstands, on the computer and at the theatre. 
  • That is was a Jew that started the study of Psychology.
  • That it was a Jew that sponsored the Federal Income [wages] Tax. 
  • That it was a Jew that supported the Black Lives Matter Marxists movement. 
  • That it was a Jew that supported the notion that Hunter Biden's laptop was Russian misinformation.
  • That is was a Jew that said that they are the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob even though none of them are descended from the 10 tribes of the northern kingdom.
  • Etc., Etc., Etc. 

Are these good fruit or evil fruit?

Malachi 1:4: “Whereas Edom saith, We are impoverished, but we will return and build the desolate places; thus saith the LORD of hosts, They [Edomites; Jews] shall build, but I [the LORD God of Israel] will throw down; and they shall call them, The border of wickedness, and, The people [Edomite Jews] against whom the LORD hath indignation for ever.”

The LORD God of the Israelites said that He would have indignation for how long?


This is the main point—is there even one member of the Kenite, Sephardic, Canaanite, Edomite race that has ever produced good fruit?  Or is their mixed-race likean old rotten tree that has and will never produce any good fruit? 

  • If the Jew has never and will never be converted, then dispensationalism is totally in error.
  • If the Jew has never and will never be converted, then British Israelism is also in error.
  • If the Jew has never and will never be converted, then Oliver Cromwell made a terrible mistake.
  • If the Jew has never and will never be converted, then John Hagee is lying.
  • If the Jew has never and will never be converted, then the Messianic Jews Ministries, like Jonathan Cahn’s, with a worship center made up of Jew and Gentile, of all nations, backgrounds, and denominations is antichristian. 
  • If the Jew has never and will never be converted, then how can the Jews be equal to the rest of mankind? 
  • If the Jew has never and will never be converted, then Christian-Identity is right!

Like it did to the Apostle Paul in the old days, the Jews’ religion has practically destroyed our nation and religion.  This is since the Jews have promoted the ideas that:

  • The Bible was their book,
  • They were the Hebrews, and thus
  • They were the chosen people of God. 

And we have many false prophets who agree with what the Jew has said.  The end is near.

To be continued.

Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.