What is truth? There are 224 verses in Scripture with the mention of truth. Jim had 119 in the New Testament. Search these verses out and you will find that you can replace the word truth with Yahweh, the words of Yahweh and the works of Yahweh.
Trouble and suffering often trickles down to the grassroots level — the people. And, it is often left to the people to remedy such situations. But how can the people act unless they truly know what is happening in their nation? This is the main reason for the church, to keep their people informed with the truth. “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” (John 8:32) Further, the church is not just the source of theological truth, but of all truth. “Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth is come, he will guide you into all truth.” (John 16:13) The word truth appears 119 times in the New Testament alone. We instinctively know the importance of truth. We also have the most powerful weapon in the world — prayer. But if we do not know the truth, then how can we direct our prayers and exploits to the source? We must know the truth and we must know our enemy. Duty is ours — the results are up to God.
Of all the books in the Bible, the book of Exodus ought to be the simplest book to recognize the racial implications contained therein. The message of identity is obvious in the language of Scripture, even though the judeo-Christian world refuses to acknowledge it. All we can say is “come now, let us reason together.”
In the “burning bush” experience, Moses meets the God of his fathers; and God says to him; “Come now therefore, and I will send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayest bring forth my people the children of Israel out of Egypt.” (Ex. 3:10)
The Israelites had been in Egypt 215 years (most say over 400 years); the twelve sons of Jacob/Israel had long passed on. Now the Israelites were a multitudinous number, feared by the Egyptians, and made slaves to Pharaoh. God spoke to Moses with the promise of deliverance for His people, the progeny of Israel. The deliverance (the salvation), was not for the Egyptians, but for the covenant people of God. “My people” denotes possession.
Who among us has witnessed “rebuke before all” in any church assembly? Who has witnessed someone in church assembly being rebuked “before all”? Is this rare or nonexistent? According to the verse above, when are we commanded to rebuke? Are we commanded to rebuke when sin is in active commission?Is watching the Stupid Bowl a sin? Greetings kindred and fellow sheep. Who here does not see the need for this lesson?
Luke 17:3 Take heed to yourselves: If thy brother trespass against thee, rebuke him; and if he repent, forgive him.
If Jesus was in this pulpit right now, and said “take heed to yourselves”, what would we do? Does it sound very dangerous if we do not “take heed” to ourselves? Is it unthinkable to mess this up?! How difficult is it to think of ourselves being in law enforcement? Does rebuking someone sound risky? Before we try this risky rebuking stuff, would we want to know a lot more about it?
What is “rebuke”?Rebuke is translated from the Koine Greek word G2008 epitimao, ep-ee-tee-mah’-o, whose seed meaning is to censure. Have we heard of legislative bodies censuring one or more of its members? G2008 epitimaho is also translated elsewhere charge. In two places in The Gospels Jesus charged the Apostles not to tell anyone he is The Christ, or Messiah.
Does the Scripture Sanction the Sacraments? by Pastor Jim Jester
April 10, 2022
The question before us as a church is, does the Bible demand that we observe the alleged sacraments of the historic Christian faith?
Holy Communion by Pastor Don Elmore
There are different ways and different formulas that every church uses. Which one is correct or are several correct? Which ones are wrong? They all can’t be correct. Maybe none are correct. What are we as a covenant church to believe and do?
My name is Garry, I am honored to be able to share today. The title of my message is Scriptural Events After the 1st Resurrection. I have enjoyed studying future events in the bible since I was in high school. I believe God has given us special areas to study. Some like bible history, some like current events as related to the Bible, some like mysteries of the bible. My passion is the future prophecy relating to the tribulation and future Kingdom here on the earth. So today, I will share a little about myself, happenings shortly after the 1st resurrection, and experiences later in the Kingdom.
This is going to be more of a Bible word study than a sermon this morning, but I think the subject matter is very important, because if one reads the Old Testament and doesn’t understand this word we are going to talk about this morning, one can get rather confused, and also see what seem to be contradictions in the scriptures.
The word we are going to look at this morning is going to be the word Stranger, or what has been translated as Stranger in English from the Hebrew in the Old Testament. I think maybe a good title for this message would be Stranger Danger, like the Neighborhood Watch program’s slogan. Because if one does not understand what the Hebrew word is being used when Stranger is translated in to English in the Old Testament, this person is in for some dangerous theological errors.
Who is Jeremiah writing about? Who are the false prophets who are lying to His covenant people? Who prophesies false dreams which shall not profit His people at all?
The following is from an email that I received from Pastor Lawrence Blanchard. He got it from the American Renaissance website, January 17, 2022. The article was written by Jared Taylor and was named, “Eyewitness Report: A Multi-cultural Inauguration for Virginia”.
“In 2020, Virginia voted 55 percent to 45 percent for Joe Biden over Donald Trump, so Glenn Youngkin’s upset is supposed to herald great things for Republicans. Republicans depend on whites — 85 percent of Mr. Trump’s 2020 voters were white — and the huge crowd at the inauguration was more than overwhelmingly white.
Does secession break the American Covenant of Perpetual Union?
Have Americans, We the People, become the Enemies of The God of The Bible? What made this question so alarming is that the behavior of We the People in succeeding generations precisely mirrors the behavior of Israel. Israel,in succeeding generations, rejected the Covenant they made with The God of The Bible!We the People, in succeeding generations, rejected the American Covenant of Perpetual Union our forefathers made with The God of The Bible?Did The Framers of The Republic believe The God of The Bible to be a Covenant God?
This sermon brings us to the conclusion of the Genesis portion of the series. Upon studying through the book of Genesis, we have often discovered areas that were not quite clear or lacked specificity. We could even say, a bit confusing. Most of this we observed in the first sermon of this series where we covered the Gap Theory and the Second Account Theory of mankind; and then in the fourth and fifth parts, the Curse of Ham theory. It seems that this anomaly occurs more in Genesis than any other book of the Bible. Why? Besides jewish tampering of the Masoretic Text; age-old Christian tradition says that Moses wrote the book of Genesis out of eleven ancient documents available in his day, probably handed down from generation to generation. Genesis is composed of:
America is ruled by the mafia: Genovese, Gambino, Lucchese, Colombo, Bonanno or as they are called: the American Mafia. They, along with Yale University’s Skulls and Bones secret society, started in 1832, and the government’s CIA, have assassinated and/or controlled Presidents to protect their investments.
The robber barons consisted of Carnegie, Brown and Rockefeller. Dulles, Liddy, the Bushes, LBJ, Nixon, etc.; they have ruled as puppets with the mafia pulling the strings behind the scenes.
President Biden is an international mafia criminal too. Look at what his son, Hunter, has done, and look at what has happened to him! Practically Biden’s entire family; brothers, son, wife, brother-in-law, etc. are mixed-up in performing the business of the mafia. And what is done about it? – a lot of threats, but nothing.
“But those mine enemies ... slay them before me.” --- Jesus.
In our 1st Lesson, The Birth of America, we studied The Evidence that demonstrated America was not born in rebellion. At every turn of circumstance or event our Forefathers who framed The Republic worked tirelessly to preserve their 13 Colonial governments under 13 Charters. Two parties voluntarily forged these 13 Charters: Englishmen and their King. We found 2 forgotten historical events. The 1st forgotten event was the October 26, 1775 Speech by King George III to Parliament proposing to remove The Colonists from His Protection and treat them as Foreign Enemies! The 2nd forgotten event was Parliament’s passage of The Prohibitory Act December 22, 1775. A member of Parliament David Hartley, said, “An inflexible majority in the Parliament have now declared all America to be an independent hostile state.”
“An independent hostile state.” Does this mean that the Englishmen of all thirteen states (!) had independence 7 months before July 4, 1776? Did that mean then they were no longer Englishmen? Were they now Americans? Did that mean the proverbial Rug of humbly appealing to return to their Rights as English-men was yanked from under foot?! Do we recall from Lesson 1, The Birth of America, “The Notes of Proceeding” of the Second Continental Congress of 1776?
Compiled from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
Audio not available. Published, in part, in the New Covenant Messenger Jan 2022
This psalm (Psalm 90) was written by Moses and was called a prayer. It is supposed that this psalm was penned upon occasion of the sentence passed upon Israel in the wilderness for their unbelief.
They were punished for all their unbelief, murmuring and rebellion that their carcasses should fall (all those over 20 years old) and be buried in the wilderness.
That they should be wasted away by a series of miseries for thirty-eight years together.
And that none of them that were then of age (20 years and older) should enter Canaan.
What if we were living at this time? Suppose we were thirty years old when the punishment was explained to us by Almighty God that we would not be allowed to go into the Promise Land. Everyone over the age of 20 years old, except for the faithful two Israelite spies, Caleb and Joshua, would spend the next 38 years being buried in the wilderness. We would just wander around till the 38 years ended and all of us had died. How depressing would that time period be? Would we need something to help us get though this long time? We couldn’t enter the Promise Land, we just had to wait and wait and wait. How depressing. Moses’ second song was written for this purpose.
Our Scripture Reading is the opening paragraph of the account of Jacob’s interaction with the people in Canaan, sometimes referred to in Bible headings as “The Defiling of Dinah” (rape by a non-white). It is another example illustrating the racial context of the Bible. In this series, we are comparing Critical Race Theory with Biblical Race Theory, in an attempt to convince many good people that the current trend of race-mixing and miscegenation in America is against God’s Word; and actually helps our ancient foe.
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.