The Founding Fathers: Were They Christian?


By Pastor Don Elmore

March 25, 2012

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 15:11-18

"Most historians agree that 17th--and early 18th century Christian America was a ‘light on a hill’ to the rest of the world. After such a noble beginning, how is it America finds herself where she is today—despised by most of the world? The answer must be some incisive change in the country’s spiritual course.

What made 17th--century Colonial America unique among all the other nations? Many of the Colonies’ governments were based upon the laws of Yahweh instead of the laws of man. When Americans stopped believing in the perfection of Yahweh’s moral law and reverted to man’s law, everything changed. This occurred in 1788 when the States ratified the United States Constitution” Bible Law vs. The United States Constitution; The Christian Perspective; Page 1.

“History doesn’t lie. Look at America before and since the Constitution’s ratification. Before 1788, America was principally Christian. Since 1788, America has become progressively less Christian in every respect. This alone speaks volumes about the Constitution” Ibid, Page 3.

What were the religious beliefs of the Founding Fathers’ of the American Revolution and the formation of our new nation? Some say they were basically Christian; others say they were basically humanistic; others say a few were Christian—what is the correct answer?

Notice what I found on a website which illustrates what I used to believe: “White Christians such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson had such an inborn hatred of tyranny and oppression of our God given liberty to govern ourselves by ‘God given rights’. God drove this trait into our blood in Egypt all those generations in bondage and we never will take to tyrants, dictators, evil rulers, or communists posing as presidents. Adam’s family loves liberty as no other race on the planet does, even to the point of dying to secure it for family loved ones, as we know from looking at American history and other white Christian lands.”

There was George Washington, Samuel and John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, James Monroe, Charles Thompson, Benjamin Franklin, Haym Salomon, Robert Morris, Anthony Johnson, Paul Revere, Roger Sherman, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Patrick Henry, John Jay, George Mason, Edmund Randolph, Robert Henry Lee,and a host of more people who contributed to this experience of the founding a new country.

A few of the founders were orthodox Christians, like John Jay and Patrick Henry. John Jay, for example, as Congress’s Secretary for Foreign Affairs, argued (unsuccessfully) for a prohibition forbidding Catholics from holding office. On October 12, 1816, Jay wrote, “Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty, as well as the privilege and interest, of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers.” It is John Jay that many modern Christians have in mind when they talk about the Founding Fathers; but he was not in the majority.

The men responsible for building the foundation of the United States were men of The Enlightenment, not men of Christianity. Most were Deists who did not believe the Bible was true. They were Freethinkers who relied on their reason, not their faith.

When the Founders wrote the nation’s Constitution, they specified that “no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States” (Article 6, section 3). This provision was radical in its day—giving equal citizenship to believers and non-believers alike. They wanted to ensure that no religion could make the claim of being the official, national religion, such as England had.

None of the Founding Fathers were atheists. Most of them thought the universe had a Creator, but that he does not concern himself with the daily lives of humans, and does not directly communicate with humans, either by revelation or by sacred books.

They spoke often of God, (Nature’s God or the God of Nature), but this was not the God of the Bible. They did not deny that there was a person called Jesus, and praised Him for His benevolent teachings, but they flatly denied His divinity. By reading their own writings, it’s clear that most of them were opposed to the Bible and the teachings of Christianity in particular.

So, was America founded as a Christian nation? Is America now a Christian nation? We will look at FOUR patriots from our list and examine their religious beliefs and try to come to a conclusion about America’s religion.

Haym Salomon

This is one of the Founders which the majority of Americans have probably never heard of; his name was Haym Salomon…his religion was the same as an antichrist—for he was Jewish. If it wasn’t for Haym Salomon, we would all probably be taking with British accents!Say many people who do know of him, mostly Jewish history students. For it was Haym, through Rothschild, who was responsible for financing the American Revolution and many of her Congressman.

Haym Salomon came to this country as an immigrant from Poland. America was the first country since the early days of the Roman Empire that eventually gave the Jews equality. This happened when the United States Constitution was ratified. But before this occurred, there were only about 2,000 Jews in America at the outbreak of the Revolutionary War; that was about 1/10th of 1% of the population.

They were concentrated in a handful of cities, but were educated and influential. When the British arrived they arrested Haym as a spy in New York City. Very soon after, the British recognized that Haym’s ability to speak six languages would be useful to them so they feared him and used him as a translator instead. Around this time there were German-speaking Hessian soldiers working with the British, Haym spoke to these soldiers in secret and convinced many to leave the British Army and gain the promise of free land in America. Maybe the original British theory that he was a spy wasn’t so far wrong after all.

He was forced to flee and went to Philadelphia where he, because he was an agent of the Rothschild bank in Europe, had access to a lot of wealth. Philadelphia was essentially the capital of the country and Congress met there. Yet these were the early days in a new country and the government didn’t always pay their Congressmen. Haym Salomon often paid them. He continued in his generous role by helping to finance the War. But we aren’t talking $50; we are looking at over $600,000. Rothschild had its fangs into America from the beginning.

Legend has it that George Washington asked Haym Salomon on Yom Kippur to help finance his raggedly clothed army. A religious Jew, Haym realized that serving his country was part of his religion, and he stopped the service until he collected enough pledges of support from the congregants (all Jews), and THEN carried on with the service.

Even back in 1780, the government couldn’t repay people and today the money he provided is worth approximately $39 billion dollars. Our government did make a stamp in his honor and there is a monument in Chicago of him standing with George Washington and Robert Morris. Jews played an important role in the Revolutionary War; not with sword or guns; but they used their financial power to finance the War.

<- George Washington, in the middle, shaking hands with English –born Robert Morris and Polish-Jewish Haym Salomon, on his left. Located along Wacker Dr. near Chicago R. btw. State & Wabash.

What did Haym Salomon receive for his generosity…Jewish equality as written in the Constitution of the United States by the elimination of the Christian Test for office?

Haym was a Jewish banking agent from Europe; he was not a Christian. He arrived in America right before the Revolution and gave to many of the patriot’s--money to fight the War and to keep others from being homeless and bankrupt.

Question: Was Haym Salomon, an anti christian, sent by our God to finance the American Revolution and give to our nation their independence?

Anthony Johnson

When and How Slavery Started in the United States

The Pilgrims, or Separatists, that began their arrival in the New World in 1620 and later joined by many Puritans, made up the vast majority of immigrants in the Northeastern part of our country for over 100 years; were Christians. And they established a Christian-based society. Many paid their way to the New World by becoming indentured servants; where they would be someone’s slave for six years. The seventh year they were released and given 50 acres of land and some provisions to start their new life.

The institution of slavery—so often exclusively blamed on European peoples—was in fact legally established by a black African in Virginia in 1655, official records have shown.The institution of slavery is one of the psychological weapons which the Jewish ANTICHRISTIAN extremist controlled mass media continually use to incite racial hatred and instill guilt in European Americans.

Yet the reality is that the first legal recognition of slavery was created in the colony of Virginia by a court case launched by an African, Anthony Johnson. Up to that time, there were no perpetual slaves in America, only “indentured labor.” The institution of indentured labor—where someone worked for a certain period of time, usually to pay back a debt or the cost of passage to the New World; once that time period was up, the laborer was “free” to go. You can find this in the Bible. The longest period of time that a person could normally serve was six years.

”And if thy brother, an Hebrew man, or an Hebrew woman, be sold unto thee, and serve thee six years, then in the seventh year thou shalt let him go free from thee.

And when thou sendest him out free from thee, thou shalt not let him go away empty.” Deuteronomy 15:12-13.

Notice that when he was let go as a servant, he was not to go away empty…he had to be provided by his master the means to have food and a means to make a living. For the Israelites (Hebrews; not Jews) were at one time slaves in Egypt.

This is the reason why a large number of the first “slaves” or indentured laborers in early America were white; another fact often suppressed in modern “history” books. A Hebrew slave could be a perpetual one if he agreed to and wanted to be one. When he did, he had to have his ear pierced with an awl which showed to the world his decision; he had a hole pierced in his ear lobe.

The indentured laborer system was also applied to Africans purchased from Atlantic slave traders. All masters were required to free their servants after their time was up and six years was the limit that an indentured servant could be held.Upon their release they were granted 50 acres of land of their own to start a farm—and this included any African.

This system was ended in 1655 when one of the free Africans, named “Anthony Johnson” (a European name he adopted) brought a court case against one of his own indentured servants, a fellow African. Johnson was brought to the United States to work on a tobacco farm in 1619, and upon his release, he set up his own farm on his allocated 50 acres. By 1651, he held 250 acres and had five black indentured servants.

Three years later, in 1654, one of these black indentured servants, named John Casor, was about to end his period of service when Johnson told him that he was unilaterally extending his period of service. Casor simply left Johnson’s farm, and took a paid job with a white farm owner, one Robert Parker.

Johnson brought suit in Northampton County court against Robert Parker in 1654 for detaining his “Negro servant, John Casor,” saying “Hee never did see any [indenture] but that hee had ye Negro for his life”. In the case of Johnson vs Parker, the court of Northampton County upheld Johnson’s right to hold Casor as a slave, saying in its ruling of 8 March 1655:

“This daye Anthony Johnson negro made his complaint to the court against mr. Robert Parker and declared that heedeteyneth his servant John Casor negro under the pretence that said negro was a free man. The court seriously consideringe and maturely weighing the premisses, doe fynde that the saide Mr. Robert Parker most unjustly keepeth the said Negro from Anthony Johnson his master … It is therefore the Judgement of the Court and ordered That the said John Casor Negro forthwith returne unto the service of the said master Anthony Johnson, And that Mr. Robert Parker make payment of all charges in the suit.”

Thus, the first legal in perpetuity slave-ownership in America was established—by a black man.Casor became the first legal permanent slave and Johnson the first legal slave owner, as opposed to the holder of indentured labor. Surprisingly, both men were black!

This court case set the precedent for the 1670 law, passed by the Virginia colonial assembly, which permitted free whites, blacks, and Indians the right to own blacks as slaves.By 1830 there were 3,775 black families living in the South who owned black slaves. By 1860 there were about 3,000 slaves owned by black households in the city of New Orleans alone.

Question: Was Anthony Johnson, a black man who was not a Christian, sent by God to eliminate indentured servitude and institute permanent-slavery in the United States by having black slaves until the day they died made legal?

Charles Thompson

A third person of our Founding Father list was Charles Thompson, the Congressional Secretary from 1774-1789. Charles was very close to the people of the American Revolution and he wrote a detailed history of the men who were made heroes; but he did not make his book public.

He later wrote about this time in American History and he said: “No, for I should contradict all the histories of the great events of the Revolution, and show by my account of men, motives and measures, that we are wholly indebted to the agency of providence for its successful issue. Let the world admire the supposed wisdom and valor of our great men. Perhaps they may adopt the qualities that have been ascribed to them, and thus good may be done. I shall not UNDECEIVE future generations” Ruler of Evil, p. 125.

This is a very revealing quote considering Charles said it in reference to publishing his written account of the American Revolution. Instead, he chose to burn it, ensuring that perhaps the best account of those events was lost forever.

There is a movement afoot to white-wash the history of the founding of the United States of America. It is promoted by pop-historian, David Barton of Wallbuilders. This movement is gaining momentum within the Christian Church. This is understandable considering the country’s slide into socialism, but at what cost?

Everybody wants to have earthly heroes’, Christians are no exception. But is this really what believers are supposed to be seeking after and reveling in? Do we really need our country to have been founded by super-Christians; or should Christians be about knowing and dispensing truth, wherever it leads?

Barton’s tactics of taking the words of the Founders out of context to make them appear to be something other than what the totality of their words and actions say is tantamount to the worst kind of deception. To leave out actions and sayings of many of the nation’s Founders is designed to cause Christians to shift their faith in the true Gospel, to faith in the false god of Christian nationalism. By doing this Christians little realize that the adherence to these false beliefs are unwittingly placing the traditions of men on par with Christ.

“Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ” Colossians 2:8.

Charles Thompson was also a Freemason. The current Presidential Seal has an eagle in it. The eagle replaced the Phoenix (the original national bird) in 1841 as the national bird of the United States. The Phoenix has been a Brotherhood symbol since ancient Egypt. The Phoenix was adopted by the Founding Fathers for use of the reverse of the first official seal of the United States after a design proposed by Charles Thompson, Secretary of the Continental Congress.

Charles was also Secretary for the Constitutional Convention. As such, he recorded the minutes of the meeting and the words that he penned would be as close to the actual words of the Founding Fathers and what they intended to say. Thompson’s own book was burnt before it was published, but we do have some of his writings. Look at what Thompson wrote about some of the goings on at the convention:

“When the war was over and the victory over our enemies won, and the blessings and happiness of liberty and peace were secured, the Constitution was framed and God was neglected. He was not merely forgotten. He was absolutely voted out of the Constitution. The proceedings, as published by Thompson, the secretary, and the history of the day, show that the question was gravely debated whether God should be in the Constitution or not, and, after a solemn debate he was deliberately voted out of it….There is not only in the theory of our government no recognition of God’s laws and sovereignty, but its practical operation, its administration, has been conformable to its theory. Those who have been called to administer the government have not been men making any public profession of Christianity….”

Question: Was Charles Thompson, a Freemason and not a Christian, sent by God to burn his book that would have exposed the majority of Founding Fathers as not being Christians?

Thomas Paine

The American Revolution actually began with Thomas Paine. “A free America without her Thomas Paine is unthinkable,” Marquis de Lafayette wrote. Thomas Paine was an outstanding writer who lived in England. While he lived in England, he became friends with Benjamin Franklin, who was a well-known printer. They both were Freemasons. But it was Franklin who encouraged Paine to write the pamphlet entitled: Common Sense.

This book was anonymously printed, but after several years the colonists found out who wrote it; and as a consequence Thomas Paine became well-known and famous. Common Sense became the pamphlet that was read by many of the people of America, 2/3 of the colonists, which convinced them to fight for their independence. The truth is found written on his tombstone:


On this site was buried
Thomas Paine
Author of
Common Sense
The pamphlet that stirred
The American colonies to independence


John Adams said:
“Without the pen of Paine the sword of
Washington would have been wielded in vain.”
“History is to ascribe the American Revolution to Thomas Paine”


Thomas Paine had only been in the United States of America, a phrase that he was the first to use, for only a year at the request of his good friend Benjamin Franklin when he wrote Common Sense. But his fame was short-lived. For after the Revolutionary War was over, his anti christian book, The Age of Reason was printed and read by the colonists. Here are just a few of many quotes from this humanistic book:

“When I see throughout the greater part of this book (the Bible) scarcely anything but a history of the grossest vices and a collection of the most paltry and contemptible tales, I cannot dishonor my Creator by calling it by His name” Age of Reason, Page 21.

Thomas Paine believed in a god; but not the God of the Bible. Thomas Paine did not believe that the Bible was God’s Word.

“What is it the Testament teaches us? To believe that the Almighty committed debauchery with a woman engaged to be married and the belief of this debauchery is called faith” Age of Reason, Page 171. Thomas Paine did not believe in the Virgin Birth of our Savior; he called it a debauchery.

It was because he believed his reason told him that the Bible’s version of the Virgin Birth of the Savor was not true. But “the virgin birth of Christ is key and core to the whole redemption process of Adam/Israel. The picture of redemption and atonement were embedded in the rituals of the Tabernacle and Temple worship and sacrifices.

There had to be a lamb, without blemish, slain and the blood sprinkled on the mercy seat and altar. If Jesus Christ were not conceived of a perfect seed, he would be an imperfect lamb and thus an imperfect sacrifice. It takes the power of the Spirit to allow us to have genuine belief that Mary was impregnated by the Holy Spirit and not by an adulterous sexual relation.

The writers of the seed of Cain and Esau do not have this Spirit and faith; therefore their media streams of articles and media continually question, challenge and deny this conception. They continually spin the verbiage of their father from the Garden denying what God has said and trying to say what God has not said.

Mary was shocked at this announcement by the angel. She knew very well that it took a man to initiate pregnancy. She knew also that to be pregnant before marriage was the death penalty and much humiliation. She blurted out to the angel that this was not possible since she had never known or had sex with a man.

The angel was very explicit to explain that God Himself would come upon her and plant His seed in her womb. The angel informed Mary of her Aunt Elizabeth who was also miraculously pregnant.” Commentary of the New Testament, The Promises Kept; E. G. Ramsey, DD, THD., Page 11.

Mary later understands the nature of what was happening, when she says that, ‘God hath helped His servant, Israel, as He promised our father Abraham and His seed (descendants) forever’ Luke 1:54-55. Israel is the servant nation of God to take dominion of the earth”; Ibid, Page 13.

Thomas Paine wrote about the thinking of the enlightenment thinkers of Europe. He understood that reason would govern the affairs of your life, not God’s Laws. He believed that Christianity was nothing more than a fable; and the Bible…”It would be more consistent that we called it the word of a demon, rather than the Word of God,” Age of Reason; Page 18.

Thomas Paine was very close friends to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. If Thomas Paine was not a Christian, but an antichrist, what did his friends believe? Birds of a feather flock together.

Thomas Paine wrote about his humanistic feelings openly; most of the Founding Fathers were more cautious about what they wrote and revealed. This was true also about Paine’s involvement with secret societies. Many of the Founding Founders were also members of anti christian Freemasonry, but did not write about it.

“The flame of faith had begun its migrations a century earlier when some European aristocrats transferred their lighted candles from Christian altars to Masonic lodges. The flame of occult alchemists, which had promised to turn dross into gold reappeared seeking to recreate a golden age” Fire in the Minds of Men, Pages 5-6.

On May 1, 1776, a Jesuit priest by the name of Adam Weishampt, met in a cave in Bavaria with several Freemasons to form the illuminati and to determine what its job was to be in the world. It was a plan using the inter-circle of Freemasons, to spread out in the world in Masonic lodges. He taught that their aim was to put Freemasons into the governments of the world. They used their trilogy: Liberty, equality and fraternity.

No longer were they going to take the orders of the Monarchs, they would be the underground secret societies that would be instrumental in spreading democracies around the world. Notice, that the philosophy that was set forth from America is the philosophy of the illuminati:

  1. Separation of church and State (Attack on the church)
  2. Controls on the powers of the state (Attack on the state)
  3. Emancipation of women (Attack on the social order)

Most do not know that Thomas Paine lived with Nicholas Bonneville and his wife from 1797 till 1802. Who was Nicholas Bonneville? He was a member of the Bavarian illuminati who was converted by Weishamp’s top man, Christian Bode. Bonneville and Paine were roommates!

Benjamin Franklin, Paine’s close friend, was a master of the Lodge of the Nine Sisters, in Paris, France; the most influential lodge in all of France. He initiated Jesuit Priest and a supplier to America of how to have their government work, Voltaire, into the Freemasonic Lodge. Remember, Thomas Paine was a very close friend to both Franklin and Washington.

“Paine’s writing skills and friendship with Franklin and Washington enabled him to stay at the forefront of the political action and he was made Secretary to Congress’ Committee for Foreign Affairs from 1777-79.”

After Paine left this position, he continued to be active in foreign affairs, and letters from Paine to Washington reveal a personal friendship at this time with Washington arranging a hefty salary for Paine.

“With the help of friends like the Freemason, Marquis de Lafayette, he entered the political arena, assisting in forging the new French Constitution”. In 1791 Thomas Paine published “Rights of Man” which so stirred Britain that he was indicted for treason. He fled to France and was elected to the National Convention. He opposed the execution of Louis XVI which landed him in jail for ten months. He escaped the guillotine only through the fall of Miximilien Robespierre. After Paine was released from prison, he was aided by James Monroe, then United States ambassador to France and later United States President.

“A number of (Masonic) lodges in the USA were also named after Paine, and when he died many lodges throughout America honored him.” In his last will and testament, Paine listed the things that he thought were his great contributions to the world:

“I, Thomas Paine, of the State of New York, author of the work entitled Common Sense which awaked of the work entitled Common Sense which awaked also of a work lately published, entitled, ‘Examination to the Passage in the New Testament,’ quoted from the Old and called prophecies concerning Jesus Christ, and showing there are no Prophecies of any such Person.”

Thomas Paine in this writing made a statement that was of the spirit of antichrist. He denied that the Bible had any prophecy which told of Jesus Christ.

“And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God; and this is that spirit of antichrist, of which ye have heard that it should come, and even now already is it in the world.” 1 John 4:3.

Wasn’t that Thomas Paine? “The Christian theory is little less that the idolatry of the ancient mythologists and yet remains to reason and philosophy to abolish the amphibious fraud” Age of Reason.

Question: Was Thomas Paine, an anti christian, a hater of Christ and Christianity, sent by our God to start the American Revolution?


We have seen four Founding Fathers who were very influential in the American Revolution and in influencing the colonists’ life before and after the War with England.

    1. Haym Salomon was jewish. We couldn’t say his vast financial contributions to the new government were Christian; for they were anti biblical.


    1. Anthony Johnson won the court case which disbanded God’s law on Hebrew indentured servitude for seven years and granted to America that black slaves could serve for life. We couldn’t say this drastic change in God’s law was Christian because Anthony Johnson was a black man.


    1. Charles Thompson wrote a book about the Founding Fathers, but burnt it because he did not want to destroy their heroic portrayal. We couldn’t say that this was done by a Christian, for Charles Thompson was a freemason.


  1. Thomas Paine was the man who is given credit to starting the American Revolution; but he lived in England. He wrote with a mighty pen. We can’t say that the American Revolution was started by a Christian for Thomas Paine was a humanist.

Thomas Jefferson, who spent five years in France, was the author of the Declaration of Independence and the embodiment of our nation’s expressions of freedom, is the Founding Father who is most often said to be a Christian. But his writings prove very easily that he was not one. He rejected the belief of the Virgin birth; nor did he believe that Jesus was God; he denounced the resurrection and ascension of Christ, he was materialistic and did not believe the Bible.

George Washington was a Deist who dressed up in his Freemasonic apron and outfit at the dedication of the Congress Building. His inauguration was made on the Masonic--Bible taken from the local Freemasonry lodge.He took money from anti-Christian Haym Salomon in order to finance his army. He never took Communion in the Episcopalian Church where his wife attended and was a Freemason.

Benjamin Franklin called himself a printer, but he had many other talents as well: diplomat, scientist, inventor, philosopher, educator and a public servant. He organized the first library in America, and the United States Postal System. He invented many things, including the lightning rod and the Franklin stove. It was he who persuaded the English to repeal the hated Stamp Act and he convinced the French to aid in the American Revolution. Franklin helped draft both the Declaration of Independence, written on the back of a freemasonic white, lambskin apron, and the American Constitution. But Benjamin Franklin was a Deist, not a Christian. He was a Master of Lodges in three countries: America, England and France: Master of the Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia, and a member of the Lodge of the secret, sexual, lustful and Satanic occult Hellfire’s Club in London, Master of the Lodge in France, from which sprang the French Revolution.

Patrick Henry, an Episcopalian, was the orator against the ratification of the Constitution. In 1775, when Virginia was discussing whether to go to war against England, he uttered his dramatic conclusion. Henry declared, with arms raised toward heaven, “I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!” Not many Christians have thought out this question: If Patrick Henry was a Christian, and he was, then why was he so opposed to and fought so strongly against the ratification of the Constitution?

We are not so different at this time than the nation was in 1776, except we were given the basis of Christian living that was embedded in American society. Down through the years we have gradually lost this Christian basis and have changed to a humanistic one. From Sabbath breaking, women’s emancipation, birth control and aborticide, Federal Reserve System, elimination of the indenture system, fiat money, property tax, the establishment of judeo-christianity, miscegenation,lesbianism, gender transfers, homosexuality, sodomites, same-sex marriages, fornication, prisons, etc. the change has been gradual, deadly and extremely sinful, but most of it was Constitutional.

None of the Founding Fathers were aware that the seed of Israel had been taught generation by generation that there was a God and Yahweh God was their God. They were NOT aware of their responsibility to God and all other races under the law. They were NOT aware that their forefathers had violated that law and rejected the covenant. Thus, they were NOT aware that this generation and many before them were divorced and cut off from any hope of this covenant (Ephesians 2:11-15) without a redeemer Saviour.

“Our problem today is that we have filled the church with multitudes of people who have been led to believe they can become covenant people by saying ‘I believe,’ praying a prayer and being baptized. This has resulted in a belief that all people can be spirit-filled, spirit-led, and rule in God’s kingdom and bring justice and righteousness to the earth. What a travesty and what a deception on society.

But it is worth noting that international leaders of the Canaanites and their world organizations have taken our sons to war to bring down all white Christian Adam/Israel national leaders in Russia, Rhodesia, South Africa, Nigeria, China, and many European nations. They then replace these Christian leaders with non-covenant people who can be easily bribed, controlled by fear, greed and power.

These international leaders then go in and literally steal the natural resource of the lands from the people for profits in the world of trade. The dictators put in power are enriched by payoffs, drug money and our own national aide programs, but the people continue to starve suffer and bleed our nation with poverty and tears until we pour out our wealth on them…I am in favor of helping the poor. But God said to help the household of faith first (Galatians 6:10).

In summary, the ‘Gospel’ is the good news of the coming of Jesus Christ to redeem His people and establish His kingdom. This is not the Gospel to non-covenant people.” A Commentary of the New Testament; The Promises Kept, Page 4.

We are part of the remnant covenant churches that have always existed throughout the world. Hold fast to the truth that you have learned and be thankful for what you have been given.

May our God remember His covenant that He made and the oath that He swore to our fathers and to their seed? Blessed be the LORD GOD of Israel.