by Pastor Mark Downey
Before you jump to any conclusions, let me preface the start of this message by saying that some of my pet peeves are backward baseball caps, White people speaking ebonics and men with pierced ears. This latter fad began with homosexuals and was then popularized by the antichrist MTV 'I want to be like a negro' crowd (unless you’re Michael Jackson). It's decayed into even more primitive body mutilations with lips, noses and eyebrows. Unfortunately, it has become a cultural norm and symbolic of politically correct rebellion, which should not be confused with a godly resistance to Babylonian conformity. “Be ye not conformed to the world” Romans 12:2. Rebellion, we know, is likened to witchcraft.
What I want to look at today is the mentality or spirit of a slave and how that relates to opportunity. Because, if we go back into the Bible regarding pierced ears, we'll see that it involved servitude and bondage. If we accept my Webster's 1847 definition of a slave, which is far superior in scope to my Webster's 7th Collegiate Dictionary that only says, "A slave is a person who has lost control of himself and is dominated by something or someone"; whereas, the 1847 says, "1. A person who is wholly subject to the will of another, one who has no freedom of action, but whose person and services are wholly under the control of another. 2. One who has lost the power of resistance or one who surrenders himself to any power whatsoever." Slavery is defined in the following manner, "Slavery may proceed from crimes, from captivity or from debt. It is also voluntary or involuntary. Voluntary when a person sells or yields his own person to the absolute command of another; involuntary when he is placed under the absolute power of another without his own consent." We are in captivity under ZOG (Zionist Occupational Government) and the national debt has skyrocketed astronomically without my consent or yours.
I believe that every White man, every Israelite, is a slave to one thing or another. In fact, if we are not a slave to God, then we are a slave to the world, and by that I mean a slave to vices or virtues, righteousness or unrighteousness, positive Christianity or judeo-Christianity etc. Here's the ironic reality: that, justification (in other words, the righteousness of Christ that gives us a new start) sets us free from the slavery of sin and ultimately death and we become as Paul said in Romans 1:1, "A slave of Jesus Christ."
Just as we cannot avoid slavery, neither can we escape the Law, whether it is of man or God, even if you're an anarchist, there are laws of nature that one cannot pretend that they don't exist. Romans 8:2 states, "For the law of the Spirit of life in Jesus Christ hath made me free from the law of sin and death." But, I Cor. 7:21-24 asks the question (and I'm paraphrasing), "Were you chosen as a slave? Don't let it bother you. If you can be made free, then let it be your preference. For if a slave (of the world) is called by God, he is the Lord's freeman; likewise the freeman is a slave to Christ. You were bought with a price, so do not become slaves of men. Whatever state of slavery we find ourselves, remain with God."
A true Christian is obligated to be God's bondservant. We voluntarily yield to the absolute authority of Christ, by surrendering our will and our lives over to the care of our Master. The problem with some people is that they are involuntary Christians, not consenting themselves to a subservient position. And then there are some White people who are not Christians who think they can do things without the God of the White race. David Lane coined the ’14 words’, which has become the mantra of the White Nationalist Movement, to wit: we must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children. Christianity, on the other hand, secures more than a mere existence, it offers life that we may have it more abundantly. Because the ’14 words’ is so weak in its import, I’ve taken action to promulgate ‘the new 14 words’ to wit: we must turn our hearts and minds over to the care of our God.
The involuntary Christians don't know their place with God, because they have not consented to surrender anything to the absolute command of God. Why do some people reject this idea of what their proper relationship with their Creator and Redeemer should be? Well, perhaps it's like these negroes with an attitude who don't know their place around White people. Our own race is in rebellion to God, because of pride or ignorance or any number of other lame excuses. Maybe they're under the illusion that they're already free without submitting to Christ. Maybe they're living independently, not having to depend on anyone or anything including God. Maybe they're happy as a clam, who've gone soft, without any backbone, within a hard shell of darkness.
There's many so called believers who don't believe on calling upon God with prayer or communion. And there's some so called Caucasians who cannot be slaves to the Master Jesus Christ, because they are not racially pure. Whether they know it or not, there's something in their genealogical woodpile. And therefore, some people can only understand slavery with an involuntary kidnapping of sorts, similar to the jewish business of selling Africans into America. Leave it to the jews, to give slavery a bad name; its spelled g-r-e-e-d. Edomite jews have not only made merchandise of the coloreds, but are the menstealers among White Christian Israel that separates us from our God. Esau is waging war against Jacob by way of deception.
We are slaves purchased by the blood of Calvary. We haven't been redeemed so that we can go about our merry ways, doing as we please, doing what we think is right, when God has already done the thinking for us about what is righteous in His righteous Word and Laws. Another thing might be people's ego… what will other people think about me if I go around espousing slavery to Jesus Christ? All of these racial connotations about slavery, like the jewish importation of Africans to America, have nothing to do with what the Bible is talking about. The Bible is a book about White people. Genesis 5:1 doesn’t get much plainer than, “This is the book of the generations of Adam.”
Therefore, let's go to the scriptures for an explanation; that's what the Word of God is there for…. to help us understand our place with God. Everything a Christian does is an opportunity, but if the Christian does not know their place, chances are, the opportunity will be missed. It just aint gonna happen. It's a matter of being at the right place at the right time for the right reasons. God makes sure of that. “Moreover I will appoint a place for My people Israel, and will plant them, that they may dwell in a place of their own, and move no more” II Sam. 7:10.
I got the title 'Christian Ear Piercing' from Exodus 21:5-6, which explains the law of perpetual bondservants. We read, "But if the slave plainly says, 'I love my master, my wife and my children, I will not go out as a free man,' then his master shall bring him to God, then he shall bring him to the door or the doorpost. And his master shall pierce his ear with an awl; and he shall serve him permanently." Back then, if you bought a Hebrew servant/slave, he would serve for six years, but on the seventh year he'd go out a free man without payment. The masters were supposed to let their slaves go free even if the debt was still outstanding, just like the soil is to rest every seven years, but not to rest indefinitely. By the same token, we have the choice between which God or gods we may follow and the form of government which will rule our lives.
Brothers and sisters, what shall we do with this new found freedom? This is where our White Christian ecclesias must step forward and pierce the ears of those who volunteer to be members of the body of Christ. Not literally, but figuratively. The heathen religions of the world will be our competition for the hearts and souls of mankind. We will be victorious of course; because we will choose God's plan and our purpose will be in harmony with His. The Holy Spirit or the godly motivation of separating ourselves from evil will find its ultimate fulfillment in the believers of Christ's words in John 14:12, "The works that I do shall he do also, and greater works than these shall he do." Wow, talk about opportunities awaiting us. Can we believe it?
These miraculous things, as prophesied, will draw the White race to its Creator and Master. The true Christ is impossible to reject by our people; the problem is, they don't know the Kinsman Redeemer, they just know the long haired jewish wimp who loves every mutt and mongrel on earth. So how do we obtain these greater works and perform the miracle of repenting our race towards the divine cause? It may only be a remnant that goes for the ear piercing, who enjoy worldly freedom for a season, but must return to their Master, out of a heart of love or agape duty, the highest calling of responsibility. It's like the Uncle Sam poster, except it's God pointing His finger saying 'I want you'.
Was the Old Testament practice of piercing one's ear lobe to the door or doorpost with an awl just a weird law, no different than today's farmers tagging cow ears? Or is there something more significant and symbolic? Well, of course there is. This law shows us how to become the bondservants of God. The ear piercing was done to signify the opening of the ear i.e. when the ear of the servant is opened; he hears and obeys his Master's voice. The Hebrew word shama (#8085) is translated both 'to hear' and 'to obey' meaning the same thing. One cannot claim to be a Christian if they say they've heard the Word or seen the light, but does not obey. Obedience is the proof of one's calling. Hearing one's call from God results in obedience. This is what is meant to pierce the ear with an awl.
We know that the Old Testament provides us with types and shadows for things to come, indicating the advent of Christ. I'm sure you're glad to hear that we don't have to take ancient practices literally today, thanks to the fact that Jesus Christ is our door; He said, "I am the door of the sheep" (John 10:7). There is only one race of people that are called ‘sheep’ in the Bible and no, there aren’t any honorary sheep. Christ said, “My sheep” not “My zoo.” Indeed, He is our door of opportunity that awaits us to knock… and it will be opened (Mt. 7:7). Praise the Lord, He brought with Him a New Covenant whereby the Law is now written in our hearts and we are now comforted by the Holy Spirit, that His laws are not grievous; in fact, David anticipates the heart of the coming Messiah as He declares in Psalms 40:6-8, "My ears thou hast opened… and I delight to do thy will, O my God, Thy Law is within my heart."
The Law says we are to have a very special relationship with the Lord, not some kind of warm and fuzzy saccharine infatuation, but a seriously solemn arrangement where we have our ear bored to the door by the divine awl. Are we nailed or bored, fixated, fastened, riveted… to Christ? The KJV uses the word 'bore'; "His master shall bore his ear through with an awl", thus creating a hole or opening. The metaphor is to have an open mind or open ear to hear and obey. The Scripture does not say anything about jewelry or ear rings. It was an identification mark… a mark of God. Today, we fulfill it spiritually. We are “Transformed by the renewing of our mind” (Romans 12:2).
The word 'bore' is also a term used in calibers of gun barrels. May the good Lord gauge us, who volunteer into His service, to measure up to the standards He sets before us. We are still His battle ax and weapons of war (Jer. 51:20). There is no conflict of interest as to whether or not the warfare is spiritual or physical, for it is both. Do we accept the Master's timetable that "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven" (Eccl. 3), even if it's a time to kill, a time to die, a time to hate or a time of war or do we just pick and choose the sentimentalities and emotional trappings of churchianity.
If you do not agree that the Word/Law is righteous, then you are not yet qualified for the fight God has planned for His enemies. The fight is not an opportunity for the vain glory of glory hounds. It's not a matter of being perfected by the Law; it's your heart/attitude towards the Word of Truth. You can't be a half-hearted volunteer. You can't be a Christian if you add to or take away from the written commands of your Master. You can't take advantage of the opportunities to fight the enemies of God if you're lukewarm. Many of our stiffnecked people have tried to seek new ways to justify their rebellion and disobedience. However, as soon as we engage in the ways of the world, we are no longer living by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God (Mt.4:4).
The Gospel must be seen as not only having faith in Jesus as the Messiah-Anointed of God, but also His divine vindication through the righteousness of God by raising Him from the dead. His blood sacrifice, likewise, gives unto us the hope of resurrection. There may be all kinds of hyphenated Christians claiming to be a friend of Jesus, but Judas, the disciple and friend of Jesus, betrayed Him; because he didn’t believe He had to die for the sins of the world.
Today, we are looking forward to the Second Coming of Christ where the focus will be on our racial birthright from since the time of Gen. 1:28, the ‘Dominion Mandate’. The birthright belongs to those chosen to bring forth the fruits of the Kingdom. Does this right belong to other races? No, and it doesn’t belong to the apostate church who plays the part of a modern Judas. The New Testament is an account between Jesus and the political/religious leaders of His day. The conflict is still with, between the government of God and the government of Babylon; between Jacob-Israel and Esau-Edom. In II Thes. 2:3 we read, “Let no one in any way deceive you, for it [the day of the Lord] will not come unless the apostasy comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of perdition.” Judas was the ‘son of perdition’ and is represented today by those who have fallen away from the Gospel message. The ‘sign of perdition’ is found in Phil. 1:28 where it’s talking about our Christian unity, “And in nothing terrified by your [our] adversaries; which is to them an evident token [sign] of perdition, but to you of salvation, and that of God.” I think Christian Identity signifies this mindset.
In 1948, jewish leaders decided to usurp the name of ‘Israel’, which was a usurpation of our birthright. In doing so, they claimed to be called God’s chosen people… apart from Jesus Christ. The man of lawlessness or perdition are the same collective judaizers we have today and will meet a similar fate as their predecessors did in 70AD, rejecting the Son of God. Indeed, Mt. 21:38 reports a parable of then and now of an antichrist saying, “This is the Heir [Christ], let us kill him and seize His inheritance.” Have White Christians been ripped off? You better believe it.
When a slave returns to his master, it is not because he has to, but because he wants to. And guess what? There's a bonus, a promotion, an elevation in status. Let's read the parable of the steward and his servants in Luke 12:42-44, "And the Lord said, 'Who then is that faithful and wise steward, whom his master shall make ruler over his household, to give them their portion of meat in due season. Blessed is that slave whom his master finds so doing when he comes. Of a truth I say unto you, that he will make him a ruler over all that he hath'." This is on par with being a son, as Jesus refers to this law in John 8:34-36, "Jesus answered them, 'truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is the slave of sin. And the slave of sin does not remain in the house forever; but the Son does remain forever. If therefore the Son shall make you free, you shall be free indeed'."
Christ redeemed us by purchasing us from the slave master called Sin. The redeemed must serve the redeemer, but as Jesus said in verse 35, "the slave does not remain in the house of his master forever." Then there's the option of being set free when the debt is paid or the year of release comes. However! "The Son does remain forever." When the slave returns to have his ear bored to the door, it means that he becomes like a son and remains in the house of his master forever. Those who reject the ear piercing, the godly calibration, who want to be free from the obedience to Christ and His Law will not obtain Sonship. Neither will there be many opportunities to glorify their Creator. If opportunity has anything to do with blessings, we will see the firstfruits of reaping what is sown. We all have the same opportunity to clean house, love God and help others, which sets the example and plants the seeds for harvest.
As much as some self-righteous judaized Christians would like to nullify this process, much to their chagrin and shame, other doctrines of theology and political correctness are irrelevant to freedom and the opportunities to proclaim liberty throughout the land and to the inhabitants thereof. Such shallow and apathetic religion will not earn that person much in the Kingdom of God. Where is the love of dedication and discipleship? Where is the awesome power of God to bless His people? Where are the opportunities?
But, here are the bonus points, closing this message on a friendly note. Jesus is speaking in John 15:14-15, "Ye are My friends, if ye do whatsoever I command you. Henceforth I call you not servants; for the slave does not know what his master is doing, but I have called you friends; for all things that I have heard of My Father I have made known to you. You did not choose Me, but I chose you, and appointed you, that you should go and bear fruit, and that your fruit should remain, that whatever you ask of the Father in My name, He may give to you." I leave it to your imagination as to the great works at your disposal when you have access to the throne of Heaven.
A master would never confide in the slave who does not dedicate his love and loyalty. To the slave who does puts his ear to the door, making an eternal commitment; to such a servant will become the friend of God. And hence as Hosea 1:10 states, "It shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them, ye are not My people, there it shall be said unto them, ye are the sons of the living God." You may think that the opportunities are not happening to your satisfaction, but they are, according to God's schedule. They're right on time.
“Blessed is the man that endureth temptation; for when he is tried [tested], he shall receive the crown of life” James 1:12. Abraham became the great patriarch of our race when he offered his son Isaac upon the altar. “And the scripture was fulfilled which saith, Abraham believed God, and it was imputed unto him for righteousness; and he was called the friend of God” James 2:23.
Lord, we pray that you give us the strength to serve you as did the heroes of faith before us and that we face the challenges confronting us today with the heart of a Christian servant and the mind of a friend.
Recommended follow up reading: Kingdom Slavery