Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 11

What is a Revival? Part 2

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

August 26, 2023

Annual Missouri Homecoming Conference 2023

Galatians 1:13, 14

13) “For ye [Israelite brethren of the churches in the city of Galatia] have heard of my [Apostle Paul’s] conversation [way of life] in time past in the Jews’ religion [Judaism] how that beyond measure I [Apostle Paul] persecuted the church of God and wasted it:

14) And profited in the Jews’ religion [Judaism] above many my [Apostle Paul’s] equals in mine[Apostle Paul’s]own nation, being more exceedingly zealous of the traditions of my [Apostle Paul’s] father.”

Is the Talmud part of the Christian Bible?  No, the Talmud isn’t even part of the Jewish scrolls. It’s a commentary on the Torah written by Babylonian (in one edition) and Palestinian (in another edition) rabbis, which sets down the oral part of the Law and then interprets the Torah. It’s a purely Jewish document that contradicts Christian theology throughout and says things that are totally against Christianity and its God.It is the antithesis of Christendom.  No other religion has this antithesis. 

Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 10

What is a Revival? Part 1

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

August 25, 2023

Annual Missouri Homecoming Conference 2023

Scripture Reading: Galatians 1:13, 14

What is the Jews’ religion?  It is Judaism.  Saul, before he was converted and changed his name to Paul, was in the Jews’ religion, which led him to persecute the church and blaspheme Almighty God.  Paul was suddenly converted when he was on the way to arrest members of the Lord’s church and after a period of over four years became one of the hardest workers and writers for the New Covenant Church.  He was a pure-blooded Israelite. 

And what did the mixed-racial Jews do who remained in their synagogue of Satan?  They continued persecuting the new church and its eternal God; including the man who later became the Apostle Paul.

Is that still true today?  Who persecutes the Christians who have the truth of God’s word?  Do the people who believe the Talmud and Kabbalah persecute Christians and are they the descendants of the ones who assassinated the Kinsman Redeemer of the Christian/Israelites?

Templeton Address

By Richard Ibbett

Alexander Solzhenitsyn was born on December 11, 1918 at Kislovodsk, which lies in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains in southwestern Russia. He grew up in the town of Rostov, on the Don River. Desiring to be a writer from childhood, he attended the grammar school there, leaving in 1936. During WWII he served as the commander of a sound-ranging battery in the Soviet Army. He was decorated three times for heroism. Arrested in 1945 for criticizing Stalin, he was sentenced to eight years in a labor camp. At the end of his sentence he was exiled for life to Kok-Terek in Kazakhstan. This exile was cut short by the death of Stalin. In the early 1960's he was allowed to publish some of his works. Solzhenitsyn was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1970. After the publication of ‘The Gulag Archipelago’ he was again arrested in 1974, stripped of his citizenship, and flown out of the country to Frankfort, West Germany.

In speeches given throughout the free world, he warned against the dangers caused by the internal moral decay of the nations of the West.

Separate

 
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“Come out from among them, and be ye separate.”

by Walter Giddings

August 20, 2023

Scripture Reading:  2 Corinthians 6:14-18

How many of us have felt that we are permanently trapped, even encased in Mystery Babylon?  How many of us feel like we are helplessly, hopelessly trapped in Mystery Babylon, handcuffed to the rail in the last boxcar on a speeding express freight train going into the abyss!  The bridge is out!  (Revelation 18:2-4).  How many of us feel we are permanently ensnared in Babylon with no hope of escape from being “partakers of her sins” and receivers “of her plagues”?

Washing Feet

 
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by Pastor Jim Jester

August 13, 2023

SCRIPTURE READING: John 13:1-11

In my last sermon, People of Light, I concluded at one point that, “Forgiveness is one thing, but cleansing is quite another.” But I did not explain the difference between the two concepts, as that was a lesson for another time. Well, this is that time; but I do think that most hearing this sermon have some grasp of understanding on the difference between forgiveness and cleansing. First John 1:9 clearly reveals the two concepts:

Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 9

 
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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

Compiled from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

August 6, 2023

Scripture Reading: John 7:13 and John 20:19a

13) “Howbeit no man spake openly of Him [Jesus] for fear of the Jews.

19a) “Then the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews,…”

It seems that America and most of the rest of the world is afraid of the Big Bad Wolf. But their European ancestors weren’t. For they kicked the “Big Bad Jews” out of their cities, counties and nations many times in the past--over 100 times. But now, many of these same nations have laws that one can go to prison for saying anything that is against the Jews, even if it is true. Russia was the first nation to have these laws, called antisemitism hate laws, after the Bolshevik Revolution and the penalty was death!

People of Light

 
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by Pastor Jim Jester

July 30, 2023

SCRIPTURE READING: Matthew 5:14-16

Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid.15 Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house.16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works,

Support the Light People of Europe.  Count our Blessings not our Faults.  Say No to anti-White Fashion.Instead of calling our people “White,” we should start calling our race the “people of Light,” a Biblical term. We know the Left hates White folk because they are presently demonizing the word “white” in every way possible. “White Supremacy,” the ultimate evil? ““Light supremacy. Who can find fault with that?  So, why not change our byname from White to Light. After all, the “W” word is not quite accurate anyway, for we aren’t literally White in shade of color but are a light flesh tone. And by changing our appellation, we take away a part of the liberal’s warped concept of how “evil” (sic) White people have been “throughout history,” according to their theory. Of course, we should not forget to use our proper racial name — Aryan; and the name we were labeled with after our Israelite migration — Caucasian. Race and religion are inextricably entwined. Why is that? Because God Almighty made a covenant with a particular family line.

So, what does the Bible say about Lightness and Darkness?

Covenant

 
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By Walter Giddings

July 23, 2023

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 13:20

What is a covenant?  This question is not intended for the pastors or elders.  This question is intended for the pew sitters, of faithful attendance.  You have “received the word with all readiness of mind and searched the scriptures daily whether those things were so” [Acts 17:11].   This inevitably leads to becoming teachers, evangelists, and elders, and even pastors.  I am a “was”.  Many of you are an “is”.  You are the future:  The Congregation; Christ’s Body! …the only Family Instrument he uses on Earth.  What is a covenant?

How To Love Your Brother With Biblical Communication

 
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By Garry Maddux

July 16, 2023

Opening Scripture: Mark 12:29-31

I have taught public speaking and interpersonal communication at the college level for the past 15 years. Most textbooks on interpersonal communication use theories or ideas from the Bible. I am still learning ways to speak that represent that I love my brother. Every time I teach a class, I learn something new or reaffirm my biblical beliefs.

In this lesson, I believe it’s important for Christians to know how to speak in a healthy way biblically. I will give some theories on communication and scriptures to reaffirm these ideas. Additionally, I will give examples of poor and healthy communication.

Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 8

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

July 9, 2023

Scripture Reading: Revelation 20:7, 8

History is fascinating.  If you just had a little idea about who is who, it will be harder for the media to fool you.  They still can, but it would be harder. 

When ex-president Trump left his indictment hearing, he went to a Cuban restaurant and bought everyone who was there a meal.  But there was something strange that happened after he made his announcement to provide this service.  What was it?  A prayer was said for all the participants in themeal bought by the ex-president.  But it wasn’t just the prayer that was said, it was who said the prayer.  It was a Jewish rabbi.  Which god was he praying to?  For he is an antichrist!

I’ve heard Republicans say that the southern border is wide-open, and the Biden Administration wants it that way.  Then they add, I don’t know why they are doing this?   The answer to their question is easy.  They want it that way because they are Communists.   Communists want open borders.

A Sketch of Revival History

 
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By Pastor Jim Jester

July 2, 2023

SCRIPTURE READING: Nehemiah 8:1-6, 8

In today's scripture reading,  the words understanding, understand and understood appear. The first two, according to context, likely mean that the people could audibly hear clear enough to understand. In the last “understood” (v 8) it means to comprehend because of the words “clearly” and “they gave the sense.”

Also in this passage we can see things that we do today when Christians meet for a worship service. Ezra stood on a “wooden pulpit” (a raised platform) so his voice would reach greater distances by not being obstructed by the crowd. They did not have electrical amplification back then. Also, the people stood up for the reading of the words of God. We do that too; and we also say “Amen,” raise our hands (sometimes) and bow our heads (but not usually to the ground lying flat). More from this passage as we continue.

My opening thesis regarding a genuine spiritual revival is this. I see two prerequisites for true revival. 1) Revival is born out of truth; and 2) Revival is born among God’s people.

For His Name's Sake

 
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by Walter Giddings

June 25, 2023

Sermon Scripture: Psalm 106: 4-8 

(The 23rd Psalm, verse 3).  Whose name?  What is in a name?  In the Hebrew of The Bible we are told that this is “A Psalm of David”: 

                3 He restoreth my soul:  he leadeth

              me in the paths of righteousness for

              his name’s sake.  The Twenty-Third Psalm. 

It is “The LORD”.  “He” it is who restores our souls; “He” it is who leads us in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake”.  In this instance “The LORD” translates the Hebrew tetragrammaton H3064, Yod, he, vav, he, a repeated form of the Hebrew verb “to be,” the I Am that I Am, or the Great I Am, for short. (Exodus 3:13-15). All Israel did not know “his name” until Moses asked God this question at the Burning Bush: 

Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 7

 
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WORLD WAR I

Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

June 18, 2023

Scripture Reading: Revelation 20:7, 8

7) “And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison,

8) And [Satan] shall go out to deceive the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth, God and Magog, to gather them together to battle: the number of whom is as the sand of the sea.”

When in the past, present or future is this verse talking about?  In other words, when will the devil deceive the nations?  It is clear from verse seven that it will occur after the 1000-years of his imprisonment are terminated.  But when did that happen: the past, or in the present, or is it in the future? It is after his 1000-year prison term is over that the devil deceives the nations.

Children of God

 
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By Pastor Jim Jester

June 11, 2023

SCRIPTURE READING: I John 3:1-6

Who are the “sons of God” and the “sons of men?” These terms should be the same; but sometimes there are variations in meaning which reveal certain types of men. The sons of God should be identical with the sons of men, if men refer to Adam, correct? Adam is called the “son of God” in the genealogy given in Luke 3:38, “The son of Enos, the son of Seth, the son of Adam, the son of God.” And, sons of God automatically imply there are daughters of God as well. The “children of God” should also be added as synonymous with the other two phrases: sons of God and sons/daughters of men. But strangely enough, the first time “sons of God” appears in Genesis chapter six, it seems a bit odd, as if it were a mistranslation. And that appears to be the case. But, there are times when these phrases reveal different characteristics of men.

Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 6

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

June 4, 2023

Scripture Reading: Revelation 20:1-3

The book of Revelation, chapter twenty, is one of the most controversial apocalyptic passages of the whole Bible in Christian theology.  Is Daniel’s seventieth week separated from the other sixty-nine weeks by over 2000 years or has the seventy weeks been finished 2000 years ago?

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