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Baal Worship in Judeo-Churchianity Part 4

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

November 27, 2011

How to Bring Down the Baals

Scripture reading: Judges 6:25-32

If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, we have at least to consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family anatidae on our hands.  Can we say that it’s probably a duck?  Can we say with 100% certainty that it is indeed a duck?  Someone might put forth the allegation that we in Christian Identity are duck hunters and they would be right.  But, it’s not necessarily the small aquatic bird variety.  If it looks like the 12 elements of Baal worship given in Part 3, we can not only say it probably is the worship of Baal, but that it is also a perfect match.  There is no reason not to believe that it is alive and well in the churches and synagogues from which churchianity gets its cues.  This begs the question for the true believer: could we bring down the Baals?; should we bring down the Baals? Would we dare bring down the Baals?  If you are in the affirmative, then welcome to the duck club.

Before the holy quartermaster issues you your ammunition, let me emphasize that we are dealing with a particularly dirty and unclean bird.  In Revelation 18:2, the depravity of Baal worship is described as “The habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird.”  The figurative language is conveying the idea of utter desolation, which begins with the words, “And is become,” pointing to a complete destruction on par with ancient Babylon.  But the modern prophetic allusion is made to an economic-religious consortium of papal Rome, jews and those crazy fundamentalist churches who want to jump on that bandwagon.  Put together, it is a state of mind that has drawn all sorts of men and heathen into spiritual adultery; forsaking and making merchandise of the true God, by which the mixed multitude have lived deliciously in the self serving luxury of wickedness.   Fair warning is given to all that expect mercy from God, that they should not only come out of this beast system, but assist in its destruction.  

The Seven Last Words of Christ

 
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by Pastor Jim Jester

March 19, 2023

SCRIPTURE READING: Isaiah 53:1-8

Every year on Good Friday, or Passover, Christians take time to meditate on Jesus’ sacrifice for us in a humiliating and torturous death by crucifixion. It’s a time to dwell on what our Lord suffered for us, in all its pain and intensity, without rushing straight ahead to the good news of resurrection and new life.

The seven last statements of Jesus Christ from the cross reveal much about our Savior’s personality. The first two words reveal his deity; the remaining five reveal his humanity. One of the ways Christians have traditionally meditated on the events of this day is by reading and reflecting on the seven last words of Jesus from the cross.

A person who anticipates being crucified does not prepare a speech for the occasion. Even less so Jesus, who had advised His disciples: ”But when they deliver you up, take no thought how or what you shall speak, for it shall be given you in that same hour what you shall speak. For it is not you that speak, but the Spirit of your Father who speaks in you.” (Matt. 10:19-20)

So let us spend some time at the foot of the cross and listen to the precious words and try to understand their meaning. Perhaps they will reveal God to us more than the longer speeches of Jesus, which involved some preparation, whereas the words on the cross were spontaneous expressions of himself.

Parenting 101

 
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by Pete Vollmer

March 12, 2024

Scripture Reading:  Psalm 127:3-5

Good scriptural advice for parents on raising their children.

Golden Calves - Part 1

 
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Golden Calves and Modern Day Israelites

by Garry Maddux

March 5, 2023

Scripture Reading:  Exodus 32:1-4

Why were calves worshiped at Mt Sinai? Why are they worshiped in churches today?

  • Golden calves represent a symbol of a god (catholic symbols)
  • Golden calves can be seen as a visible god (Pictures of Christ)
  • Golden calves are a substitute for God (The anti-Christ today)
  • Golden calves are idols (Idols brought into churches)
  • Golden calves were hated by God

Does God hate how most Israelites worship today?

“(Ross 2020) An important context is that the people who worshipped before the golden calf had personally and recently witnessed some of the greatest miracles God had ever performed. Yet, despite these awesome numerous miracles they had recently experienced, after forty days of Moses’ absence they doubted both the existence of God and Moses.

Golden Calves

by Garry Maddux

Part 1:  What are golden calves?  Why were calves worshiped at Mt Sinai? Why are they worshiped in churches today?

Part 2:  What God says about Jeroboam.  The sin of Solomon and the rise of Jeroboam.  The golden calves at Mt Sinai.  Jeroboam's sins and control.

The Temple - Part 1

 
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by Walter Jennings

February 26, 2023

Scripture:  Exodus 25:8

Greetings kindred and fellow sheep.  We are on a first name basis here.  My name is Walter.  I am your classmate in God’s Classroom.  The Holy Spirit whose name is Jesus Christ is our Teacher.  Our Saviour prophesied the Destruction of the Temple: 

Matthew 24:1-2

1  And Jesus went out and departed from the temple:   and his disciples came to him for to shew him the buildings of the temple.

2 And Jesus said unto them,  See ye not all these things?  Verily I say unto you, There shall not be left here one stone upon another that shall not be thrown down. 

What was the fulfillment of this Prophecy?  Within the years named Anno Domini (Latin for the year of our LORD), do we have a temple in Jerusalem?  What happened to the Temple after Jesus ascended?

Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 3

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

February 19, 2023

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 2:11-12

Dispensationalism is a very popular and widespread way of studying the Bible. But it only originated in the late 1500s with the pen of one of the Catholic Jesuits.  It was picked up two-and-a-half centuries later in the teachings of John Nelson Darby of the Plymouth Brethren in the United Kingdom and Ireland.  Then the doctrine was spread through the channels of:

  • The writings and speeches of Darby and Americans James Inglis, James H. Brookes, Dwight L. Moody, Cyrus I. Scofield, Lewis Sperry Chafer, Harry A. Ironsides, Arno C. Gaebelein, J. R. Graves, Billy Graham, R. A. Torrey, Gary North, Pat Robertson, Renald Showers, D. J. Kennedy, R. C. Sproul, Arthur Pink, etc.
  • A series of major prophecy conferences in the 1880s,
  • The more than 100 Bible institutes founded in the United States in the first half of the twentieth century,
  • Publication of the Scofield Reference Bible which was published in 1909.

R U Woke? Part 21

 
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Ezekiel

Sermon by Pastor Jim Jester

February 12, 2023

SCRIPTURE READING: Ezekiel 14:13-14

INTRODUCTION

If anyone believes that a nation is not held accountable for its corporate sin, let this passage of Scripture set him straight. A nation does sin, and that nation pays for the sin it commits. We really have not seen, as yet, the retribution God will place upon America for its disobedience. But there are many signs: extreme weather, cyber threats and hints of nuclear war.

The background to Ezekiel’s prophetic ministry is Judah’s apostasy following the death of the last good king, Josiah, in 609 B.C. From that time on Judah’s kings seemed to go out of their way to avoid righteousness, and the kingdom rapidly declined. Sounds like the present national administration in America, 2023, does it not?

Dispensationalism vs. Christian Identity Theology - Part 2

 
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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

February 5, 2023

Scripture Reading:  Romans 1:16

The questions are: who is the “Jew” and who is the “Greek” mentioned in this verse of Scripture?  There are several possibilities that interpreters of the Bible have come up with:

  • The Jews are really anyone who is a Jew (be it an Ashkenazi, Sephardic, Mizrahi, Ethiopian, Hassidic, conservative, orthodox, reformed, etc.) and the Greeks are all the rest of the people or Gentiles.  That means everyone who is alive, i.e. universalism.  NIV has translated “Gentile” instead of Greek for this verse.
  • The Jews are really Judeans and the Greeks are the Greek speaking people; no blacks, Orientals, Pacific islanders or others are categorized in either group. 
  • The Jews are really the House of Judah and the Greeks are the House of Israel.
  • The Jews are really the Edomites or Idumeans and the Greeks are the people of Alexander the Great’s empire who spoke Greek.

The Bible can only be understood if the Holy Spirit reveals the correct interpretation to His chosen people.  Without the Holy Spirit, you can get all kinds of different views and ministries based on the Bible.  You can find almost any church that has the beliefs that any person may hold, no matter how much they are filled with heresies or weak doctrine.

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