Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
October 1, 2021
Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 29:7
“And seek the peace of the city [Babylon] wither I have caused you [House of Judah] to be carried away captives, and pray unto the LORD for it [the city]: for in the peace thereof shall ye [captives of House of Judah] have peace.”
When God’s people failed to follow the laws of their God, God raised up a couple of the countries nearby to invade the land and take the people of Israel into exile. First, the Syrians took the Israelite tribes east of the Jordan River and then the Assyrians invaded the rest of the House of Israel and the House of Judah and then later the nation of Babylon invaded Jerusalem and took the remaining captives of the House of Judah to Babylon. Before the exile, false prophets had claimed that what Jeremiah prophesied was untrue and that the exile would only last for two years. Jeremiah warned that the exile would last for 68 more years.
“Build homes, and plan to stay. Plant gardens and eat the food they produce. Marry and have children. Then find spouses for your children so that you may have many grandchildren. Multiply! Do not dwindle away! And work for the peace and prosperity of Babylon where I sent you into exile. Pray to the LORD for it, for its welfare will determine your welfare” (Jeremiah 29:5-7 NLT).
This sermon will begin with a short question: Who wrote the two paragraphs, which contained the above verse (Jeremiah 29:7), which will be given shortly in this sermon, which was taken from the author’s small booklet? Everyone here will recognize the author’s name when it is given. Was he a preacher, a teacher or just an ordinary believer? Maybe he wasn’t a Christian at all. Maybe he was an atheist or an agnostic or a skinhead. Some say that he was a hero; many say that he was a villain. Some say that he was both.
Who do you say that he was? I will give you a small clue: His birthday (November 10th) was on the same day as mine. I will reveal the correct answer shortly.
Here are the two paragraphs from the unnamed author’s booklet in which he wrote about the Jews:
1) “Should someone think I am saying too much – I am not saying too much, but much too little! For I see in writings how they curse us Goyim and wish us all evil in their schools and prayers. They rob us of our money through usury, and wherever they are able, they play us all manner of mean tricks; (what is worst of all) they mean to have right and well in this, that is, they think they have rendered God a service in this and teach that such should be done. No heathen has done such things and none would do so except the Devil himself and those whom he possesses, like he possessed the Jews….
2) In their schools they so horribly curse us Christians…and from that draws the conclusion that they must not be the people of God. For if they were the people of God, they would act like the captive Jews [Judeans] did in Babylon, to whom Jeremiah writes thus:
‘Pray for the King of the city where you are captive; for their peace is also your peace.’
But our bastards and false Jews [Judeans] think they must curse us, hate and do us all manner of harm wherever they can do so; for which they have no reason whatsoever. Therefore they certainly are not God’s people.”
Who wrote these two paragraphs that was taken from a small booklet written about the enemy of Christ and His followers? It was finished shortly before his death. It tells of the group of individuals, who the world believes are the covenant people of God, but who the Bible says are antichrists. Before I give you the answer, I will offer you a little…
My wife’s parents, when she was growing up, took her to the Lutheran Church in Cleveland, Ohio where they were members. Her grandfather and grandmother, on her mother’s side, both immigrated from Sweden to America, but at different times. They met and married and had their children, which included my future mother-in-law. I guess you could say that my wife’s mother was a full-blooded Swede. My mother-in-law then married her husband, whose ancestors immigrated to America from Prussia over 300 years ago. That makes my wife half-Swedish and half-Prussian or something very similar to that.
The Lutheran Church is the State Church of several European nations, including Sweden. So, my wife’s maternal grandparents and her mother were all reared in the Lutheran Church. They spoke Swedish at the church that they went to that was located near Akron, Ohio. Most of the members of that church were immigrants from Sweden too. The church eventually converted to the English language, but the ministers never told any of their congregation about the book that was written by their church name’s sake -- Martin Luther. For it was Martin Luther who wrote the introductory two paragraphs of today’s sermon.
World-wide, most Lutherans don’t know that Martin Luther wrote this book. Not even most of the students who are in Lutheran seminaries. Very few Protestants know about this last book that he wrote. If they do and they ask their minister, they are told it was written near the end of his career when he was suffering from a severe case of being senile. It is never given any credence.
But Martin Luther is the father of the Protestant Reformation. He is remembered and cherished by Protestants around the world as the stalwart saint who almost singlehandedly launched the Protestant Reformation in the 1500’s. However, not one Protestant in a million has seen his book, let alone read it, “On the Jews and Their Lies.”
Every Christian should read this book. It was certainly Luther’s most controversial, but also his most important writing. Most Christians are also unaware that he was helped by Jewish humanists during his early and middle career. During this time, Luther was trying to convert Jews to Christianity; but was unsuccessful. He even wrote a booklet titled “That Jesus was Born a Jew”. But late in life, Luther, like Hitler, discovered that the Jews were the eternal enemy of Christianity, not friends. He learned that his earlier book, “That Jesus was Born a Jew”, was flawed.
At the end of Luther’s life, he was not only anti-Catholic, but he was also blatantly anti-Jewish. He lists his reasons in this booklet. Modern Lutherans are embarrassed when they are told that Martin Luther wrote this negative booklet about the Jews. Other Protestant churches ignore Luther’s booklet and hope it will just go away. But Luther’s reaction to the Jews of his day is a matter of record. Luther held to many Romanish doctrines, he wasn’t perfect, but we need to preserve this “censored” piece of history so that it will not be forgotten in the shadow of media-fabricated history.
In the front of his book, Luther writes the following:
“I had decided not to write anymore, neither of the Jews, nor against the Jews. Because I have learned, however, that those miserable, wicked people do not cease trying to win over to themselves us, that is, the Christians. Also, I have permitted this booklet to go forth that I might be found among those who have resisted such poisonous undertaking of the Jews, and have warned the Christians to be on their guard against them. I would not have thought that a Christian would permit himself to be fooled by the Jews, to share their exile and misery. But the Devil is the God of the world, and where God’s word is not, he has easy sailing, not only among the weak, but also among the strong. God help us. Amen.”
Most Christians don’t know much about Martin Luther. They would be surprised to learn that Martin Luther had Jewish support during most of his battle with the reforms of the Catholic Church. It is especially true when he began to teach his version of the doctrine of predestination. It is now known as “Calvinism”. The Jews were there to protect their interests in the doctrine (they always try to do this) and because they hated the Roman Catholic Church. They were supportive of predestination if Luther taught that all peoples could be chosen or elected by God. For that would include them – the Jews. Election wasn’t exclusive in their eyes. It was available to everyone to be a candidate to be chosen by Almighty God. Luther taught this, but it was a gigantic improvement over the Roman Catholic Church’s doctrines. To say that God elected who He wanted and not the other way around was considered heresy in most churches. But it still was not the full truth.
It was in the last days of his life that Luther found out about what the Jews were doing and wrote his final book about them. Luther never supported usury that was conducted by the Jewish banks. But in a little twist of history, John Calvin, another famous predestinationist, promoted usury to his countrymen.
HOW DID WE ALL GET HERE?
But, let’s stop for a minute and think about how we all got here. We all started out believing nothing. Have you ever thought about why you believe doctrines that they average church goer has never even heard of? Have you ever thought about what is your purpose in living?
How did you get your parents? When were you born? Why are you living at this particular time in history? How did you meet your spouse? What job(s) do, or have you had? What do you believe is the truth?
Should I believe the Protestants or the Catholics or should I believe someone else? Is salvation exclusive or inclusive? Is salvation Calvinistic or Arminian? Does God elect His people or do the people choose God? Did God only die for some of the people or did He die for everyone? On what was His death based?
What is the basic difference between us and the rest of the religious, Christian world? It is that the rest of the world doesn’t know the mystery of the kingdom of God. They don’t know that it was:
- The white race, and them alone, that are descendants of Adam and Eve,
- Part of the white race that are the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
- Part of the white race that were married to the LORD God
- Part of the white race that had the LORD God who reigned as their literal king over their nation for over three centuries,
- Part of the white race that were divorced by their divine Husband,
- The divorced and non-divorced Israelites that were rejoined by the death, burial, resurrection and ascension of their LORD God and Savior.
- Part of the white race that the Bible was written to, for and by.
- Part of the white race that were given instruction as to how they could receive blessings or curses from their Almighty God.
If this is true, then why should we believe that any individual in the world who is “justified by faith only” was chosen by Almighty God? Did God:
- Choose from any totally depraved person in the world, and then
- Unconditionally save him, by
- Giving to him the gift of limited atonement, and
- Then provides for him irresistible grace, and
- Ensures that his salvation will last forever.
All this is based on the Almighty God’s Sovereign will. Salvation in the Calvinists’ mind has nothing to do with the covenant that God made with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
- Does any person living on the earth choose to admit that he is a sinner, and then
- That person conditionally experiences election by repenting, and then
- That person believes that Jesus died on the Cross and shed His blood to pay the price for his sins, and that He rose again, and then
- That person seeks sanctification, and then
- Obeys Christ’s command to be baptized, and then
- Spends time every day in prayer and reading God’s Word, and then
- Must continually believe that he/she can be lost once again and must repeat the whole process over again.
Is the Bible the books of truth or is it books that tell myths? What was the covenant that God made with the fathers; Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and their seed? What is the destiny of the individuals who were not in the covenant? Where do we get the answers to all these questions? Our original source is where the true answers are found. It is in the Holy Writings that are given to us in the Bible.
This takes us to a few more questions. Do preachers choose their own career or does God choose those who He wants to be messengers of His Word? What do you know about your preacher, if you have one? When did God choose your preacher? Was he a graduate of a seminary, who had to forget practically all the church doctrines that he had learned – like Pastors Ramsey, Blanchard, Gayman and Jennings? Was your pastor fortunate enough to have NOT gone to a seminary but learned the Christian Identity message from other preachers in the church that he attended or supported?
Do you know a few things about the wives of the preachers? For example:
- There is Everett and Linda. Linda has proven that she is dedicated to the faith and is a very big help to this Homecoming Conference and has served as a personal nurse for Everett in the past.
- There is Larry and Sandi. Sandi has proven that she is not only an enormous helper, piano player, typist and nurse for Larry, but is a true partner in the faith.
- There is Charles and Marylee. Marylee has proven that she has been a tremendous helper, typist and supporter for Charles over the long years of their belief in Christian Identity.
- There is Dave and Martha. Martha has proven that she is Dave’s helper and has dutifully served as an able nurse when he suffered his traumatic disease.
- There is my wife (Randa). She has proven that she is my aid, helper, proofreader, piano player and my nurse, who probably saved my life or at least, my health, several times.
Is there any preacher that never brings his wife? Is there a preacher that never talks about his wife? Is there a preacher that never says that his wife is his helper? Is there a preacher and you have never seen his wife? Is there a preacher and no one knowns anything about his wife?
And what do you know about the preachers’ children? Do you know if they have any children or grandchildren who have married outside their own kind? Do you know if any of his descendants have married a strange or foreign spouse?
Pastor Ramsey has told us of one his granddaughters who has married an individual who is not one of us. Shouldn’t a preacher let the people who he is preaching to know if his daughter(s) and/or son(s) or grandchildren are dating or have married the wrong seed? Is Pastor Ramsey looking forward to any of the mongrel grandchildren that this marriage could produce. No, he is praying that they don’t have any children!
At least his granddaughter didn’t marry a Jew, but she despised the covenant. Notice what Luther wrote in this same booklet:
“Therefore know, my dear Christian, that next to the Devil you have no more bitter, more poisonous, more vehement an enemy that a real Jew who earnestly desires to be a Jew…Scripture reveals that the two seeds of the serpent and of the woman are at enmity, and there is no concord between God and the Devil. This is also found in gross form in their writings and prayerbooks.”
Do we believe what Luther wrote in the above paragraphs that “Scripture reveals that the two seeds of the serpent and of the woman are at enmity…” This is not revealed in Judeo-Christian churches; not even in Lutheran churches. If we believe this, what is revealed in the Holy Scriptures, how can there be peace on earth if both two seeds are in existence? And who are the two seeds; the seed of the serpent and the seed of Eve that are discussed in the early chapters of Genesis? Why is it that most churchgoers have no knowledge of this event?
Politics and religion must mix if we are to have any success. The decline of America and all the West is evident in the rising of the Jew because they have taken Christian practice and Christian morality from public life. If politics and religion did not mix, there would have been no Reformation, and many of the other great events which built our Western Civilization would never have happened. We can only find success when we bring the two together, and once again acknowledge Christ as King over our White nations.
The two most prominent humanists who found themselves at the head of Luther’s reform movement, were Philip Melanchthon and Ulrich von Hutten. Melanchthon was in the Lutheran Church and von Hutten was not in any church. Melanchthon was the grandnephew of Johann Reuchlin and was under his influence on many occasions. Von Hutton was an active supporter of Johann. Melanchthon became the second most important man in the Lutheran Church, only behind Luther himself.
Reuchlin was a student of the Talmud and the Kabballah (the most important Jewish “holy” books). And he waged a lengthy campaign against Catholic officials who sought to destroy the writings of the Jews. While Jews were not in the foreground of the Reformation, they were certainly in the background. Many pagan Jewish humanists rallied to Luther as they too were against the Catholic Church authority.
But despite all its other faults, the Catholic Church managed to suppress the Jew. The Protestants failed to do so and embraced them instead. We can only have success when we bring our politics under the shield of our Christian religion, and acknowledged that Christ is King, while the infernal Jew is His eternal enemy.
HOW DO YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE?
How do you act as you live out your life? What do you base your actions on? Is everyone on the earth your brother? What if he sins against you, what should you do? Should we argue with him? Should we have “fisticuffs” with him? Is it proper to tell a friend what this brother did to you without telling the sinful brother? What should we do?
Matthew 18:15: “Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell him his fault between thee and him alone: if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained thy brother.
Why would the first thing that you should do is go to your brother who you thought sinned against you and talk it out with him alone? I would think that 90% of the cases would end after you had a talk with him by yourself. In many situations he wouldn’t have any recollection that he caused you any pain. In many situations someone misinterpreted what was said or done. In some cases, if he was guilty, he would then ask for your forgiveness. You must forgive your brother. The case is over, and you have gained your brother.
Matthew 18:16: But if he will not hear thee, then take with thee one or two more, that in THE MOUTH OF TWO OR THREE WITNESSEES EVERY WORD MAY BE ESTABLISHED.
Why is the next step to take one or two witnesses with you and discuss your problem with your brother who sinned against you? If the first step failed, you then take one or two, not more than that, with you and try again to come to an agreement with him. What if he still disagrees with you and your witnesses and no decision is made in the case?
Matthew 18:17: And if he shall neglect to hear them, tell it unto the church: but if he neglect to hear the church, let him be unto thee as an heathen man and a publican.
We should tell it to the church. Most people don’t belong to a church; that is a major problem today. Is a church only for our brothers; no strangers or aliens? I have never seen or heard of anyone doing all three steps if a brother has sinned against him, but I am sure that it has happened. But it is a very rare occurrence in today’s world. But if he fails to respond to any of these three ways, you are to treat him differently. You are to treat him as a heathen or a publican. What if the church rules against you? You are to accept their judgment, even if it is incorrect.
WHO IS YOUR BROTHER?
1 John 4:20: "If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?”
Is his “brother” everybody in the world? No. It is only his kin. It is a person who he is not allowed to charge usury to.
Deuteronomy 23:20: “Unto a stranger thou mayest lend upon usury; but unto thy brother thou shalt not lend upon usury: that the LORD thy God may bless thee in all that thou settest thine hand to it in the land whither thou goest to possess it.”
Notice the difference between “thy brother” and “a stranger.” It is a person who he would have to forgive his debt on the seventh year. I only know of one person who did this, although I know there were others.
1). “At the end of every seven years thou shall make a release.
2) And this is the manner of the release: Every creditor that lendeth ought unto his neighbour shall release it: he shall not exact it of his neighbour, or of his brother; because it is called the LORD’s release.
3) Of a foreigner thou mayest exact it again: but that which is thine with thy brother thine hand shall release.”
Notice the difference between “his neighbor, or his brother” and “a foreigner.” It is a person who he could consider to be a ruler over him if he meets the qualifications.
Deuteronomy 17:15: “Thou shalt in any wise set him king over thee, whom the LORD thy God shall choose: one from among thy brethren shalt thou set king over thee: thou mayest not set a stranger over thee, which is not thy brother.”
Notice the difference between “thy brother” and “a stranger.” This makes Barak Hussein Obama and Kamala Harris unacceptable as President and Vice-President of our Israelite nation.
LOVING YOUR BROTHER DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU MUST LOVE EVERYONE ON THE EARTH
1 John 4:21: “And this commandment have we from Him, That he who loveth God love his brother also.”
If God died for all our kin, why would we hate any of the people who God died for? If one of our kin sins against us, we have the remedy that is given to us in Matthew 18:15-17. If we preach all the truth that has been given to us and neglect this one principle, what good are we? If we love God, then we must love our brothers and sisters; not any of our strangers or foreigners.
LUTHER’S LAST SERMON
In Martin Luther’s final sermon, given at Eisieben, Germany, a few days before his death in 1546 he said these final words:
“Besides, you also have many Jews living in the country, who do much harm…You should know that the Jews blaspheme and violate the name of our Saviour day for day…for that reason you,…men of authority, should not tolerate but expel them. They are our public enemies and incessantly blaspheme our Lord Jesus Christ, they call our Blessed Virgin Mary a harlot and her Holy Son a bastard and to us they give the epithet of changelings and abortions…
Therefore deal with them harshly as they do nothing but excruciatingly blaspheme our Lord Jesus Christ, trying to rob us of our lives, our health, our honour and belongings.”
I agree with Martin Luther on the issues that he wrote in his final booklet. Every Christian should read it. The Jews are not our brothers, but our enemies. They say that this book was written by a senile old man. I would guess that they would call me a senile old man too, since I believe what he wrote.
Martin Luther summarized the following in his booklet that was given in a chapter addressed as ADVICE TO PREACHERS:
“Let us also speak of this in a subtle, and as Christians, in a spiritual way. Thus, says our Lord Jesus Christ:
Matthew 10:40: “Whosoever receiveth Me, receiveth Him that sent Me.”
Luke 10:16: “He that despiseth you, depiseth Me; and he that despiseth Me, despiseth Him that sent Me.”
John 15:23: “He that hateth Me, hateth also my Father.”
John 5:23: “That all men should honor the Son as they honor the Father. He that honoreth not the Son, honoreth not the Father who hath sent Him.”
Do we believe what our Savior said, or do we believe the people who are possessed by the devil and all his angels. Are we represented by the wheat or are we represented by the tares? Are we children of God or children of the devil?
A preacher’s job is two-fold:
(1) To tell God’s people the great blessings that their Savior did for them; those who are the covenant seed of the fathers, and
(2) To tell them who His and His followers have as their eternal enemies.
Protestantism fails on who the recipients are on step #1 and fails completely on step #2. If they had believed the booklet written by one of the founders of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther, they would have only failed partially on step #1. May our preachers be faithful to both steps.
Is the following sentence true or false?
“If we wish to find a scapegoat on whose shoulders we may lay the miseries which Germany has brought upon the world--I am more and more convinced that the worst evil genius of that country is not Hitler or Bismarck or Frederick the Great, but…Martin Luther.” -- Reverend William Ralph Inge, three-time Nobel Prize nomination, Anglican priest, anti-egalitarian, anti-democracy, pro-nudism, 1944. Was this man a hero or villain or both?
Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.