2013 Sermons

The Joys of Tribulation


by Pastor Mark Downey

July 1, 2013

Scripture Reading:  Romans 5:1-11

I no sooner commenced to sitting down with a yellow legal note pad to write down this message, when a bird in the backyard began squawking. I wondered, "What's his problem." It sounded like some kind of warning, rather than the happy chirping of an early bird catching a worm. Perhaps another animal was encroaching upon his meal.

I love how the Holy Spirit works. Before I began to write anything about tribulation, the sounds of God's creation gave me a sermon example from the get-go. Through this otherwise mundane morning activity of nature, it came to my mind of a situation we had last year in our driveway.

Black Kali and White Devils


by Pastor Don Elmore

June 23, 2013

Scripture Reading:  Exodus 23:25-33

KaliThe modern religion books say that Hinduism has grown to become the world’s third largest religion, after  apostate (1) Judeo-universalism-Christianity and (2) Muslim Islam. But with 1,000,000,000 adherents to their religion, they vastly surpass true covenant Christianity.  It is the dominant religion in India, Nepal, and among the Tamils in Sri Lanka.  And it has become in recent years a major influence in both Christianity and among non-Christians in the United States and around the world.

Hinduism differs from Christianity and other monotheistic religions in that it does not have:

  • A single founder
  • A specific theological system
  • A single concept of deity
  • A single holy text
  • A single system of morality
  • A central religious authority
  • The concept of a prophet.

About all my knowledge of Hinduism was what I learned in school. 

Pagan Christianity Part 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

June 16, 2013

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 10:19-25

The authors tell you “Reading this book takes courage” not because of its contents, but what you must do after you read it.  I say it takes perseverance to wade through the misconceptions they’ve given, because the book is a smokescreen for a new spiritual fad and fads are wrought with bait and hook.  They are not fishers of men, but poachers.  If you’re already disgruntled with whatever typical church is out there, then this is an easy excuse to find not only an alternative church, but an alternative Jesus.  Or maybe you’ll just drop out of being a Christian altogether. 

After they put a burden of guilt upon you, you are primed for the next step of participating in spontaneous anarchy in the name of “the Church.”  The point of this review is not to make a big deal about the origin of church practices and how we worship, but to warn you of how our faith can be undermined by an even more hideous hyper-apostasy than churchianity, which calls itself “organic,” as if that makes it pure as the driven snow. 

The church or ecclesia must be understood in the context of race.  If the race card is not played, then you have a stacked deck.  In other words, if the relevance of Israel in the Bible is trivialized with universalism, then the church itself is corrupted.  

Pagan Christianity Part 1


by Pastor Mark Downey

June 2, 2013

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 55:6-11

I received a copy of this book in the mail from our Australian friend, Hank Roelofs of Christian Identity Ministries.  Evidently, it is causing some controversy over there and here as an idea that is either loved or hated; and he had an uncomfortable feeling about it and asked if I would review it.  While the book purports to support 1st century Christianity (and guess what? So do I, but not the way they do), Hank said it seemed to have the odor of rebellion (citing Korah, Dathan and Abiram in Numbers 16, which we will look at later on).  He suspects a rather effective disruption to Christian thought through the wedge of ‘divide and conquer,’ but couldn’t quite put his finger on it.  I think I can point the fickle finger of fate to these authors who have written a book paved with good intentions and where that road leads to. 

The most important thing I could ascertain from this book is that it was void of the same thing it was chastising i.e. the modern church and that is identifying the people for whom the Bible was written and what their responsibilities are. 

Pagan Christianity

by Pastor Mark Downey

This is a review of a book about the pagan influence upon the Christian church. 

Part 1: A so-called organic church movement to destroy conventional church worship and practices is countered by a Christian Identity perspective with historical and biblical facts.

Part 2:  This book review refutes the spiritual anarchy to eliminate church buildings; i.e. the hallowed ground reserved for White-only congregations, sermons and pastors, dress codes.  A commentary of Numbers 16 as it pertains to the authors of 'Pagan Christianity'.

The Grandson of Esau


by Pastor Don Elmore

May 26, 2013

Scripture Reading: Genesis 26:34-35

While reading some of the New Covenant Messengers of the past, I became interested in the bible study notes that were written by my friend, Steve B. of Knoxville, Tennessee.  I used his study, published 15 years ago, for many of the facts brought in this message.

It was a bible study that dealt with Amalek. Who was he?  Genesis, chapter 36 gives us the answer.  This chapter is all about the genealogy of Esau.   It tells of the early family tree of Esau.   Esau had four wives; three of them are mentioned in Genesis 36. 

Esau married at first two Canaanite women (Adah and Aholibamah) and later, after being rebuked by his father and mother, he then married two Ishmaelite women.

Isaac had instructed his twin brother NOT to marry any Canaanite women (Genesis 28:6b).  He then journeyed to Syria to find himself a wife from his mother’s family.  Esau saw that the daughters of Canaan pleased not Isaac his father so he went and married a daughter of Ishmael.   

O Stranger, Where Art Thou? Part 2


O Stranger, Where Art Thou?


by Pastor Mark Downey

May 5 and May 19, 2013

Scripture Reading: Exodus 12:37-43

Salvation of colored people and mulattos was not of too much concern to the average White or White Christian until about a century and a half ago when abolitionists caused the death of over half a million White American soldiers. Through the millennia philosophers, emperors and a priestcraft had the luxury to pontificate over the status of non-Whites in the scheme of world events. In contrast, the average White man’s only consideration was providing for his family in a hostile world. Since the White man’s only focus was for his own kind, caring about the welfare of other races, whether it was their past, present or future status, had to be pounded into their minds through any means.

It shouldn’t come as any surprise to the Christian Identity community then, that the White person who discovers his biblical heritage as the Israel people of Scripture and has not yet developed a racial consciousness, because of a lifetime of brainwashing, innocently inquires about the salvation of other races, especially if they have been reared in the catholic/orthodox judeo-Christian churches or given k-12 years of public indoctrination/education.

Four Hundred & Thirty Years


by Pastor Don Elmore

May 12, 2013

Scripture Reading:  Exodus 12:40-41

Have you ever wondered what these two verses mean in Exodus 12:40-41?  It seems that Israel was 430 years in Egypt; however, it took a while before I learned that Israel wasn't in Egypt that long.   Below is a table that will explain the timing.

Communist America


by Pastor Don Elmore

April 28, 2013

Scripture Reading Psalms 55:15

Before I begin my message, as I promised you:  I will not forget about the Sandy Hook massacre which was a hoax.  Here is another hoax of the government’s misleading comments:

Natalie Hammond, the assistant principal in the Sandy Hook shooting that took place in December 14, 2012, was heaped praise at the Boston Bruins ice hockey game.  She was given the award of tossing the puck to begin the game.  It was only a ceremonial toss, but it was a gesture that honored her.  She walked out onto the ice and dropped the puck between the two opposing players.  After she did this, they both shook hands with her.  Then the game began after she walked off the ice.

But which story is correct?

Abraham's Family


by Pastor Don Elmore

April 21, 2013

Scripture Reading: Romans 9:6-8

Romans 9:6-8 “Not as though the word of God hath taken none effect.  For they are not all Israel, which are of Israel: Neither, because they are the seed of Abraham, are they all children:  but, IN ISAAC SHALL THY SEED BE CALLED. That is, They which are the children of the flesh, these are not the children of God:  but the children of the promise are counted for the seed.

Series of newspaper articles on six million Jews

To properly understand today's Scripture reading, one has to be able to understand the family of Abraham.  Who was it who eventually became the wife of Almighty God? 

Race Mixing is Not Christian


by Pastor Mark Downey

April 14, 2013

Scripture Reading: Nehemiah 10:28-30

Christian Identity has restored one of the most prevalent issues found in the Word of God and that is the subject of race. However, in an attempt to bring forward the righteous corrections of faulty teachings, it is somewhat like revisionist historians dealing with the holocaust industry. Christian Identity does not enjoy the glut monopoly of merchandising information as does the establishment religions and media, although we do have a gift of discernment and an unwavering love for truth wherever it may lead. What we have been told about race in the Bible has been an unmitigated fraud to destroy us. What the Bible actually says about race will preserve us. We are like David standing up against Goliath having a wealth of encyclopedic facts to sanction the mixing of the races. This has been accomplished over a long period of time by contaminating the historical record and the Bible itself with disinformation.

The Destructive Spirit of a Hypocrite


by Pastor Brian Jones

March 31, 2013

Pastor Brian gives us a good synopsis of the symptoms that cause our nation to suffer and some biblical solutions to correct it.

Available in audio only.  Scriptures discussed: 

Make Love Not War


by Pastor Don Elmore

April 7, 2013

Scripture Reading: Matthew 27:20-27

This week the Supreme Court held opinions on the issue about same-sex marriages.  There are nine (9) states out of fifty (50) so far that have made it legal; and the Supreme Court is to decide if this is constitutional and if the federal government can grant the national benefits of marriage to the sodomites.  

The Supreme Court consists of 6 Roman Catholics and 3 Jews; 6 men and 3 women.  What!  No Protestants!  No Bible believers! Some women?  Prior to our Constitution, every one of the 13 State Charters forbid all Roman Catholic and Jewish members from holding any office which would include any office in the Supreme Court or even voting in any election--only white Christian men, and not all of them!

Three of the Supreme Court Judges are women.  They couldn’t hold a state office or even vote after the Constitution was made valid; that is during the first 131 years of the nation's existence.  Women, in the United States, gained the right to vote in 1920; after many years of meetings, debates and struggles which finally led to an affirmative vote.  There has been more years in our country when women could not hold office or vote that when they could; 131 to 93!  What was the difference--we were more Christian back then and more jewish now.  We were free back then and are jewish Communists now.

Kol Nidre


by Pastor Don Elmore

March 17, 2013

Scripture Reading:  Hebrews 13:20

Kol Nidre is one of the major secrets of the Jewish religion.  On the evening service of the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, the jews all over the world gather in their synagogues and hear the prayer chanted three times.  It is an annual event for them. But let’s go to the Jewish Encyclopedia and see what it says about this prayer and how it is performed (emphases mine).

“Prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on the Day of Atonement; the name is taken from the opening words. The ‘Kol Nidre’ has had a very eventful history, both in itself and in its influence on the legal status of the Jews. Introduced into the liturgy despite the opposition of rabbinic authorities, repeatedly attacked in the course of time by many halakists, and in the nineteenth century expunged from the prayer-book by many communities of western Europe, it has often been employed by Christians to support their assertion that the oath of a Jew can not be trusted.


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