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Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 8

 
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Psalm 80

by Jim Jester

April 11, 2021

Scripture Reading: Psalm 55:1-11

The historical event of Psalm 80 is uncertain; but again we have a national lament for the restoration of God’s people. Did you notice the repetition at the turning-points of the psalm, the refrain is repeated that God would “turn them again” and cause them to be saved, in verses 3, 7, 19. Note also the ascending climax of how God is addressed: God; God of Hosts; and, LORD, God of Hosts. So, when Scripture repeats itself, it is not always because of emphasis. It often has much more significance for us. And, we will see more examples as we proceed.

“Turn us again, O God (v. 3). Three times this prayer is repeated, but with slight, though noticeable, difference. Here, it is addressed only to God. But the second time (v. 7), it calls on God as “God of hosts.” The eye of faith in the psalmist saw the ministers of God’s power around him, the hosts of the holy angels who waited to do God’s will. Then the third time (v. 19), it is the “Lord God of hosts” on whom the psalmist calls, making mention of the covenant name (Yahweh, Jehovah, LORD, G-sus) by which God was known in Israel as their personal, familial, racial, God. Thus, the argument for faith – if God be our God, then He will help us. Therefore, be instant in prayer. “Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints” (Eph. 6:18).

Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 7

 
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PSALM 79

by Pastor Jim Jester

March 14, 2021

Scripture Reading: Psalm 6:1-10

Through the centuries, the church has regarded Psalm 6 as the first of the seven Penitential Psalms. The psalmist was dreadfully sick and thought he was going to die. It was common in those days to believe that sickness unto death was in punishment for some sin. Now, while this is a possibility, it obviously is not always the case:

“And as Jesus passed by, he saw a man which was blind from his birth. And his disciples asked him, saying, Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind? Jesus answered, Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him.” – John 9:1-3

However, the psalmist pleads with God to stop his chastisement. He speaks of his bones being troubled because his bones represent the whole man. His reference to flooding the bed with tears is a typical exaggeration made for emphasis. David pleads for deliverance by appealing to God’s steadfast love. He maintains that there is no praise to God while in the grave. His prayer is expressed in the words of Jeremiah, “O Lord, correct me, but with judgment [i.e., tempered judgment]; not in thine anger, lest thou bring me to nothing.” – Jer. 10:24

Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 6

 
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Psalm 77

by Jim Jester

Scripture Reading: Psalm 142:1-7

In our scripture reading, David was praying while in the cave of Adullam. First Samuel chapter 22:

1 “David therefore departed thence, and escaped to the cave Adullam: and when his brethren and all his father’s house heard it, they went down thither to him. 2 And every one that was in distress, and every one that was in debt, and every one that was discontented, gathered themselves unto him; and he became a captain over them: and there were with him about four hundred men.” – I Sam. 22:1-2

God answered David’s prayer by sending him 400 (later 600, 1 Sam. 23:13) men to surround him. Notice how the common folk gathered around him, and the “discontented;” not a particularly savory group, but “deplorables.” It is the same today – most of the common working class of America have gathered around Trump who is now in exile in Florida (his “cave” in Mar-a-Lago). However, there must be times when Trump feels that “no man cared for my soul” (v. 4), when one by one those with political aims switched sides in betrayal and persecution. White America now faces discrimination and oppression from the Left.

I cried unto the LORD with my voice…” (v. 1). Have you ever literally cried before the Lord Jesus Christ? Certainly, there are times when all of us have come before the throne of God in such a manner, for one reason or another. This is good, and this is normal, for God has made us emotional people.

Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 5

 
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Psalm 74

by Jim Jester

February 7, 2021

Scripture Reading: Psalm 28

If I could bring a State of the Union Address to America, I would say this.

My fellow Americans, Covid-19 is cover for a Communist coup! Resist! How long will you wear the mask of submission? One year, two years, or beyond? The so-called “experts” have already said it will never end. This PLANdemic is only the conditioning part of preparing you for an economic reset to take America into a communist state. It can end, if you dare to end it! 

Fear Not the Disease ... Fear the Dictatorship

Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 4

 
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PSALM 60

by Pastor Jim Jester

January 10, 2021

Scripture Reading: Psalm 25:8-22

Psalm 25 David’s Lament

Our Scripture reading (Ps. 25:8-22), begins with the statement, “He will teach sinners in the way.” In this, King David is acknowledging his past and his many sins, and perhaps even present shortcomings and/or sins; but David’s heart is not as a rebellious type of “sinner”, but as a sinner who is humble enough to be taught by the Spirit of God. Thus, the next verse confirms this by saying, “The meek [humble] will He guide in judgment: and the meek will He teach His way” (v. 9). As people, we have not always been perfect, but we are learning; and we are humble enough to keep on learning of God’s perfect ways for us. These verses are not speaking of habitually sinful or rebellious people who reject God’s ways, or His forgiveness. God’s faithfulness and Covenant love are available for those who take seriously their Covenant relationship as expressed in the Law: “All the paths of the Lord are mercy and truth unto such as [those who] keep His covenant and His testimonies” (v. 10).

Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 3

 
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PSALM 58

by Jim Jester

December 13, 2020

Scripture Reading: Psalm 13

What if America were a dictatorship, or perhaps a monarchy? A dictatorship usually has a negative connotation; and a monarchy, not as feared; but no matter what the case, it can be good or bad, depending upon the individual in charge. A dictatorship in America may sound preposterous and unthinkable because it is not a part of our constitution; but really, we have seen it before not too far back in our history; the prime example being the jew, Abraham Lincoln and the War Between the States.

Is it possible that America could come under a dictatorship? We wouldn’t think so; but this week I discovered something I had not previously known. It is a law revealed in the following post.

Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 2

 
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PSALM 44

Jim Jester

November 22, 2020

Scripture Reading: Psalm 5

“To the chief Musician upon Nehiloth [flute or wind instruments: perforated pipe], A Psalm of David.

1 Give ear to my words, O LORD, consider my meditation.

2 Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my King, and my God: for unto thee will I pray. 3 My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O LORD; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up.

4 For thou art not a God that hath pleasure in wickedness: neither shall evil dwell with thee. 5 The foolish shall not stand in thy sight: thou hatest all workers of iniquity. 6 Thou shalt destroy them that speak lies: the LORD will abhor the bloody and deceitful man.

7 But as for me, I will come into thy house in the multitude of thy mercy: and in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy temple. 8 Lead me, O LORD, in thy righteousness because of mine enemies; make thy way straight before my face.

9 For there is no faithfulness in their mouth; their inward part is very wickedness; their throat is an open sepulchre; they flatter with their tongue. 10 Destroy thou them, O God; let them fall by their own counsels; cast them out in the multitude of their transgressions; for they have rebelled against thee.

11 But let all those that put their trust in thee rejoice: let them ever shout for joy, because thou defendest them: let them also that love thy name be joyful in thee. 12 For thou, LORD, wilt bless the righteous; with favour wilt thou compass him as with a shield.” – Psalm 5

The personal prayer of King David (Ps. 5) and the national lament and prayer of Israel (Ps. 44).

Psalms for Turbulent Times - Part 1

 
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by Pastor Jim Jester

November 8, 2020

Scripture Reading: Psalm 3

The books of Isaiah and Psalms are the most often quoted by the writers of the New Testament. The hymn that Jesus sang with his Apostles at the Last Supper was likely the Egyptian Hallel (Pss. 113-118) or a part of it. In the agony of the cross, Jesus meditated upon Psalm 22:1, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” (Matt. 27:46; Mk. 15:34). And, according to Luke 23:46, it was with the words from Psalm 31:5, “Into thine hand I commit my spirit…” that He died. The hymns that Paul and Silas sang in the Philippian jail (Acts 16:25) were probably some of the Psalms. Paul recommended the singing of Psalms to the congregations addressed in Ephesus (Eph. 5:19) and Colossae (Col.3:16).

Interesting facts about the Psalms ...

The Holy Name Doctrine

 
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by Jim Jester

October 18, 2020

Scripture Reading: I John 3:23

For many years, those in Christian Identity have felt isolated from mainstream judeo-Christianity; and indeed, we have separated from judeo churches for many good Scriptural reasons. We recognize different holy days rather than pagan holidays. We are not universal in regard to race, as they are, for we believe in the Covenant. We also have used different terms for the name of God to set us apart, most prominently, the “God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob”. Many in our movement have also used alternate names for God, such as “Yahweh” and “Yahshua”. Some Bible translations use “Jehovah”. Some of us have not made a big deal over these names and have used them at times. Even judeo ministers have used them, along with us in C. I., of which, some have been very insistent and dogmatic about these names.

I think it is time to examine the doctrine of the Holy name.

Our Race is Our Religion

By Jim Jester

October 11, 2020

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 51:1-2

Article includes a video of Pastor Jester's presentation at the 2020 Homecoming Conference.

Well, the enemies of Christianity want us to give up our faith. They want us to give up our Whiteness. How can we do that? It is impossible! Our Scripture reading tells us to look to our race: “…Look unto Abraham your father, and unto Sarah that bare you.” Look to the pit you were dug from.

In this sermon, I will attempt to prove that the religion of Jesus Christ and the Adamic race are inextricable. That is, they are so entwined and interwoven that they can never be disentangled. Perhaps our enemies know that our faith and race cannot be separated as well! That is more than I can say for the typical judeo-church.

Wrong or Reich? - Part 9

 
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The Teutonic KnightsWARRIORS FOR THE KINGDOM

by Jim Jester

September 20, 2020

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 6:10-13

Introduction

This is the final installment of my series on World War II. In brief review of the series, we have learned that:

  • France was the first to invade Germany in early 1923.

  • The jews declared war on Germany one day after Hitler became Chancellor, March 24, 1933 – over six years before the official start of World War II, September 1, 1939. Although this was an economic war, it was all the more effective and disastrous because of the 1929 Stock Market crash; and because of Germany’s economic difficulties resulting from the abuses of the Versailles Treaty after World War I.

  • The British were the first to bomb cities, not Hitler.

  • Under the dedicated leadership of Adolf Hitler during the world depression, Germany broke its economic bonds with the jews and recovered to lead Europe in its opposition to Communism.

  • Adolf Hitler was a Christian believer and promoted a “Positive Christianity” for the nation. During his reign, 2,500 churches were built in Germany. His program had no tolerance for paganism; nor forms of jewish perversions in the arts.

  • National Socialism in Germany was not Marxian Socialism (the communist form of Soviet Russia), but respected individual rights. Only jews were restricted, not German citizens.

  • Hitler was always open to negotiate peace anytime during the war and initiated at least nine attempts himself.

  • The number 6 million was out in the public before WWII ever started and before any actions were taken against jews.

  • The “final solution” for the jewish problem was not “gas chambers”, but a homeland in Madagascar with German support.

  • The jews plotted to totally exterminate the German nation.

If there is one myth that persists in the minds of the masses concerning WWII...

Wrong or Reich? - Part 8

 
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by Jim Jester

September 6, 2020

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 11:1-6

Introduction

In part seven of this series, I ended with examples of jewish revenge against Germany after the war was over. This sermon will continue with the Nuremburg Trials.

What happened in Europe between 1945 and 1950 was nothing else but a fulfillment of the prophecies of the Protocols of Zion. In this way, the victorious western Allies lost their autonomy and moral judgment. They took pride in themselves and their systems of jurisprudence that demanded fairness and justice; but now they have come to realize jewish revenge. And in the shadow of their national flags associated with Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independence and the Code Napoleon, the Nuremberg Trials began.

Covid Confusion

 
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by Jim Jester

August 2, 2020

Scripture Reading: 1 Corinthians 14:33

“For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.”

Introduction

When the Covid scare began earlier this year, I thought to myself, “I’m tired of hearing about this; just go away, I never want to hear about it again.” Perhaps you felt the same way, for it signaled in our minds the beginning of what we have known most of our lives: the dreaded New World Order of anti-Christs. This is how they are pulling it off, through a rampant disease (or so it would appear as such). We did not know how they would pull it off: by war, disease, economic collapse, or other emergency. Now it is upon us and it is not going away. Therefore, we must deal with it.

All that is happening in America is part of a well-planned concoction: from the very top of wealthy bureaucrats, to the Deep State attack on president Trump since the election of 2016, to the Impeachment, to Covid, to lockdowns, and to lawlessness in the streets by Communist agitators. All these work together for evil to the benefit of those who hate the Lord. Therefore, Christian people must reject all these things, not just piecemeal, but in total.

Wrong or Reich? - Part 7

 
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by Jim Jester

July 12, 2020

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 32:43

RT's 2018 WW2 Documentary Corrects Distortions of Anglo Media – Michael Bateman, Russia Insider, May 9, 2020

Revisionist debates about WW2 are raging as the old media hegemony disintegrates, and others have a chance to present their side of the story. On the Russian side, you have the argument that it was the Soviets who did the lion's share of the job, and don't get enough credit for it. Ukrainian nationalists argue that they were on the right side in joining Hitler against the evil Bolsheviks. And conservative voices, including in Germany, are arguing that Hitler never wanted war and that the war was forced on him by England and the US, who did want it; and that among other things, the Holocaust never happened.

RT's documentary film division makes a high quality contribution to the debate supporting the Russian view. It contains extensive interviews with German historians confirming much of what the Russians are saying.

Wrong or Reich? - Part 6

 
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by Jim Jester

June 21, 2020

Scripture Reading: Matthew 24:21

Introduction

This continues from where we left off in Part 5 of our series on WWII, so our verse is the same. Most of us have never experienced such tribulation as we have been studying about; for this we are truly grateful to the Almighty. There may well come a time that such things come to America, and indeed, it appears that things are going in that direction. Yahweh help us as we lean upon Your grace and deliverance.

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