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Should We Vote?

A skit by FGCP congregation members

Narrative compiled by Alan Breitenstein based on Old Testament Scripture

April 14, 2024

This message would best be heard than read. 

Opening Scripture Reading:  Joshua 24:15c

And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.

NARRATOR      1st Samuel Chapter 8 

1  And it came to pass, when Samuel was old, that he made his sons judges over Israel.

2Now the name of his firstborn was Joel; and the name of his second, Abiah: they were judges in Beersheba

3And his sons walked not in his ways, but turned aside after lucre, and took bribes, and perverted judgment.

4Then all the elders of Israel gathered themselves together, and came to Samuel unto Ramah,

ELDERS   

5 Behold, thou art old, and thy sons walk not in thy ways: now make     us a king to judge us like all the nations.

The Bruising of Christ

by Pastor Jim Jester

March 31, 2024

SCRIPTURE READING: Isaiah 53:1-6

We'll start today with the Apostle's Creed.  The Creed outlines the basic doctrines of the Christian faith: Jesus Christ came as incarnate Deity; was tortured, crucified and died for our atonement; resurrected from the grave for our redemption and sanctification; then ascended to the Father; from whence He shall come in judgment, bringing to earth the restitution of all things. The Creed exemplifies basic Christian doctrine.

The Antisemantics of the Word 'Jew'

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Originally published in August 2017

Scripture Reading: Revelation 2:9

We hear a lot about anti-Semitism, which is a misnomer in its usage, but we don’t hear anything about anti-semanticism. Semitism comes from Semite and Semite comes from Shem, the son of Noah. We are Semites carrying our genetic seedline from Adam to Christ to the present day racially pure Israelite. I thought I had invented this new term. Semantics is the study of the meaning of words. If something is ‘anti’, it is against or contrary to something and is replaced with another meaning. Such is the case with the little four letter word ‘jews’. But, I was wrong; “anti-semantics” is online and cleverly rubbing next to the fish scales of “anti-antisemitism” in the fishy-slimy Urban Dictionary. It says, “Being against the arguing of meanings or definitions of words”. And then gives an example: "Look, I just don't care if the Holocaust refers specifically to the murder of the Ashkenazi Jews or if it can be used more broadly to the Nazi's persecution of other minorities!" Who would've thunk? Of all the myriad of examples, they pick the jews. In other words, it doesn't make any difference to them if a word has been adulterated for nefarious purposes. If you google “antisemantics”, this article doesn't show until page 3 and before that it's 2 pages of whining jews. The misnomer must be defended at all costs by the jews.

Jews and Christian Identity - Part 2

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

March 24, 2024

Scripture Reading: Matthew 13:39, 40:

39) “The enemy that sowed them [tares] is the devil; the harvest is the end of the world; and the reapers are the angels.

40) As therefore the tares are gathered and burned in the fire, so shall it be in the end of this world.”

These are the concluding scriptures of the parable of the wheat and the tares. The wheat was sown by the Son of Man, while the tares were sown by His enemy, the devil. Who are the tares that are to be gathered and burned in the fire? The wheat is to go into God’s kingdom, while the tares are to go to the place where the Talmud, the Jews “holy book,” says that Jesus is now—in hell....

Christian Identity today is split into three main groups.  Why is this?  This message gives one opinion.

Doctrine of Balaam - Part 4

 
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By Walter Giddings

March 17, 2024

Relevant Scripture: Romans 9:1-7

Has the thought ever occurred to us that, outside of congregational assembly, many of our friends and neighbours, and even family members, routinely confess they have committed a federal offense!  Admissions and Confessions are most interesting!  We have already confessed or have done many things!  Our deeds or fruit have already revealed what kind of family tree we are.  Our confessions mean our deeds are not hidden.  What need have we for a trial?!  Not all, but several of our friends and neighbours, and even family members, will freely confess to reading The General Epistle of James.  What is an “epistle”?  The 1828 Webster’s Dictionary defines EPISTLE as “a letter” and “a letter missive”.  

Another Mistranslation

 
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By Jim Jester

March 10, 2024

SCRIPTURE READING: Genesis 4:1-2

And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD.” (Gen. 4:1)

Most people reading this will conclude, Well, that's perfectly clear, Adam was the father of Cain.” But this assumption conflicts with New Testament references to Cain. We would expect this from judeo-Christianity, but this also seems to be the same response by some in Christian Identity. Unless one can grasp the true significance of Genesis 4:1, much of the balance of Scripture will remain a mystery. To show that the Hebrew of Genesis 4:1 is indeed corrupted, I will use the following two witnesses:

Jews and Christian Identity - Part 1

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

March 3, 2024

Scripture Reading: John 10:26

America has experienced and is experiencing the judgments of Almighty God. Texas and a small part of Oklahoma are experiencing the greatest bush fire in its history. Close to one million acres has already burned. California and Nevada are experiencing a huge windstorm (up to 100 mph) and as much as twelve feet of snow. What will we experience next week?

Brother Nathanael Kapner grew up in a Jewish household. Both of his parents were Jewish, and his father took him behind the scenes,when he was young, to where the B’nai B’rith met after the synagogue meeting was over. As a result, he was an eyewitness to a lot of the evil work that the Jewish influencer of Freemasonry (B’nai B'rith) had accomplished and were accomplishing.  He is a Jew who claims that he is now an Orthodox Russian Christian.

Memorial Stones

 
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by Pastor Jim Jester

February 25, 2024

SCRIPTURE READING: Joshua 4:1-3

It is a new year, January and February have special significance, so I thought of Memorials. I need not mention what February is about; besides the Dresden holocaust against Germany on 13-14 February, 1945.

January is often referred to as “Generals Month” since no less than four famous Confederate Generals claimed January as their birth month: James Longstreet, Jan. 8, 1821, Robert E. Lee, Jan. 19, 1807, Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson, Jan. 21, 1824, and George Pickett, Jan. 28, 1825. It is ironic that MLK day sits between two of these birthdays, Lee and Jackson.

Lee-Jackson Day was a state holiday in Virginia begun in 1889. Its observation was eliminated in 2020, replaced by Election Day as a state holiday. Confederate History month, begun in 1994, happens to be in April because the Confederate Memorial Day falls during this month. It has been observed by seven southern states.

Of course we realize that all Confederate memorials have been under attack and nearly all of them removed. The Robert E. Lee Monument in Richmond, Virginia, was the first installation on Monument Avenue in 1890, and would ultimately be the last monument removed from that site. The statue was taken down on September 8, 2021, then sent to storage.

Doctrine of Balaam - Part 3

 
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By Walter Giddings

February 18, 2024

Relevant Scripture: Deuteronomy 6:24 

In Lesson 2, The Doctrine of Balaam, we began the summation of our 1st two lessons with the end time prophet Micah’s impassioned plea to Israel that we “may know the righteousness of the LORD”!   In Micah, 6:6, does Micah call us to remembrance?  Without remembrance can we “know the righteousness of the LORD” (2 Peter 1:12-13).  Did one of the Apostles “think it meet” to put us “always in remembrance of these things”?

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