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R U Woke? Part 5

Chapter 12 of Genesis

Sermon notes by Pastor Jim Jester

January 9, 2022

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 51:1-2

Introduction

Picking up from where I left off in the previous sermon, there are some other points to make concerning “the curse of Canaan” in Genesis.

The term “uncover nakedness” in Scripture usually refers to sexual contact, thus in this case, Ham had relations with his mother. Whatever actually happened in Genesis 9:20-25 we cannot be sure, but is left to speculation. It is true that when people are drunk and possibly passed out, they can easily be taken advantage of in a sexual way. But it is hard to prove if either Ham or his son Canaan did something like this. It could be that this case may not have been a sexual event at all.

Where Are We Supposed to Live?

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

January 2, 2022

Scripture Reading: Genesis 4:14

In Jim’s sermon, given on November 14th of this past year (2021), he had the following quote from Josephus, the great ancient historian:

“He [Cain] first of all set boundaries about lands; he built a city, and fortified it with walls and he compelled his family to come together to it; and called the city Enoch, after the name of his eldest son Enoch….” – Antiquities of the Jews, Flavius Josephus, Book 1, Chapter 3, paragraph 2.

And what became of Cain’s descendants?  Josephus adds in the same paragraph:

“Nay, even while Adam was alive [he lived 930 years], it came to pass that the posterity of Cain became exceedingly wicked, every one successively dying one after another, more wicked than the former.  They were intolerable in war; and vehement in robberies; and if anyone were slow to murder people, yet was he bold in his profligate behavior, in acting unjustly, and doing injury for gain.”

Perspective and Preparation in These Times

 
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by Pastor Lawrence Blanchard

December 26, 2021

Scripture Reading:  2 Kings 17:6-18

In Old Testament times, Israel's wickedness had gone too far and to a point of no return.  We are in that position again and we are in a state of extreme judgment.  We must prepare for ongoing judgment.

Two Opinions

By Pastor Don Elmore

Leviticus 20:24: “But I [the LORD God] have said unto you [Israel], Ye shall inherit their land, and I will give it unto you to possess it, a land that floweth with milk and honey:  I am the LORD your God, which have separated you from other people.”

On April 18, 2020 there was a special six-hour Concert called: “One World:  Together at Home.”  There were hundreds of performers who sang and talked about the COVID-19 that had sprung up throughout the world. This television special was put on between Global Citizen and Jewish singer-songwriter Lady Gaga, which benefited the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.  Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert were the hosts of the show.

'Tis the Season

 
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HIS SERVANTS YE ARE TO WHOM YE OBEY

By Walter Giddings

December 18, 2021

Greetings Kindred and fellow Sheep.  Is Sin blinding?  Are People who practice Idolatry convinced that they do no such thing? Is our world in America today levels of both deception and extortion?  Has this world of Malice ever been a friend to Jesus?

Can we hear our kindred now from Churchianity?  “That word’s for Israel; it is not for us.  All that is old stuff; it’s done away!”

Jeremiah 10:2  “Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven;  for the heathen are dismayed at them.” 

“Learn not the way of the heathen.”  Should Christians today learn the way of the heathen?  Does that even sound good?  Or should we learn “the way” of Jesus?

R U Woke? Part 4

 
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Chapters 5-9 of Genesis

Sermon notes by Jim Jester

December 12, 2021

Scripture Reading: Genesis 5:1-2

Introduction

Many people have wondered why the Bible includes genealogical records. They have the impression that the Bible is a universal book for everyone; therefore, the question in the judeo-Christian mind is, “Why are these here? It doesn’t matter who you are.” Thus, they skip over these records as insignificant to the biblical revelation. But yet, these genealogies stand, in both the Old and New Testaments, staring us in the face, testifying to the racial context of the Bible.

The response most pastors give regarding genealogy is, “God cares about everybody and knows us by name.” That may sound sweet and caring, but that is not a serious response from a theological perspective. The serious Bible student knows that all Scripture must fit together as a harmonious and unified whole. This task is not always easy to do, and is why we end up with various different opinions and doctrinal positions among churches. 

But first:  In the News

Only PUREBLOODS will survive the vaccine / spike proteins cause genetic DISINTEGRATION — Natural News, Nov. 19, 2021

"Today’s podcast is a bombshell that needs to be understood by anyone hoping to survive the vaccine holocaust, because it’s really a “genetic bomb” against humanity."

Faith as a Mustard Seed - Part 2

 
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By Alan Breitenstein

December 5, 2021

In the last message one version was given on what mountains may pertain to. This message is another version.

We will start out with verses that describe the many meanings that mountain has.

Scripture Reading:  Matthew 23:12

All Men are Created Equal

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

November 28, 2021

Scripture Reading:  Joshua 24:15

When the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, it was a call for the right of statehood rather than individual liberties.  Many scores of years later many Americans began reading the affirmation that “all men are created equal” in different ways than the framers intended.   When the Continental Congress adopted the historic text drafted by Thomas Jefferson, they did not intend it to mean individual equality. Rather, what they declared was that American colonists, as a people, had the same rights to self-government as other nations. Because they possessed this fundamental right, they could establish new governments within each of the states and collectively assume their “separate and equal station” with other nations. It was only in the decades after the American Revolutionary War that the phrase acquired its compelling reputation as a statement of individual equality.

The Battle of Blood River

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Updated audio and full graphics on https://kinsmanredeemer.com/BloodRiver.htm

There are those who would reduce Blood River to secular history, but the Holy Spirit will not permit me to ignore the divine ramifications and the miraculous destiny that our Lord has planned for His people, Israel. This is the extraordinary story of God delivering the Boers of South Africa in a one day battle against the fierce and unrelenting Zulu's in 1838.

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